How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atos Warsaw
Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... that has excellent gluten free pastries and cakes, Laura was in heaven. We stopped there and had our drink and cakes - our lunch! As it was Sunday the royal route is closed to traffic. The crowds are huge with every day Poles out for a Sunday stroll. There were plenty of buskers, ballon sellers, souvenir shops and cafes with their umbrellas out and lots of people riding their bikes. As We walked towards the old town, passing many fine historic churches, ...
... Ma and Pa and a feast fit for kings!
The next morning we had our bargain breakfast which cost a whole Euro we headed out to explore Warsaw! After a while of walking around we found our way to the Old Town where we visited the square and saw various churches. The temperature had dropped a little recently so we dived into a cute little café where we treated ourselves to a hot chocolate and a latte. Once we were warm enough to venture outside again we decided to head to ...
Actually had some free time this morning, which is why I've now caught up with this TravelPod stuff. Late morning, off we went to the old town quarter of Warsaw, visiting various sites on the way, including the Warsaw Ghetto plus a very weird statue of Chopin with a tree/hand thing over his head. I would have thought that it'd make more sense sticking a piano in front of him instead, but not being the Polish minister for statues, I don't get much say in these things. I have the bad news ...
... had determined that "lines" didn't matter as they were constantly walking back and forth, mostly trying to add more people in front of me. And the utter lack of appreciation for personal space made for quite a frustrating morning.
Eventually, two lovely ladies from Canada came up behind me and we chatted for a bit, which helped pass the time. They had been traveling for almost a month-visiting one's daughter who was teaching in ...
... are amazing and have a very close relationship and I felt very much at home with them. We met Agniewska (Olek's wife) and their two children. He has a beautiful family and I was glad that they spoke a little English as they could chat with Alan and help me out when my Polish failed me. As in typical Polish tradition, Dzidka and Agniewska had prepared a feast - we ate, we drank (Polish vodak of course). Please God don't let me gain too much weight on this ...