No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Warsaw
Before 9 and 1/2 months of roughing it, a little luxury is called for - so for anyone planning to visit Warsaw, may I recommend the Hotel Rialto - particularly for its marbled bathrooms and fluffy bathrobes (sadly too bulky to cram in a rucksack). Warsaw is a great city which I much preferred to Berlin as it seemed more lived-in, lively and fun. …
... 1943 and the other is the Warsaw Uprising (of the Polish underground) also against the Nazis in 1944. The latter is the one to which this museum is dedicated). Not far from our hotel was the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and a lovely park that used to be in front of the palace. Our walk to the Uprising Museum ended up taking much longer than we expected because the main thoroughfare was all torn ...
... dropped us off near an office where we picked up the keys to our apartment, located in Old Town Warsaw. The apartment was a classic European closed-floor layout - consisting of separate spacious rooms for the bedroom, living room and galley kitchen, each with its own doorway. I had a hard time figuring out which door belonged to which room, especially in the middle of the night. It had everything we needed except wifi (I didn't realize we had to pre-request it ...
... strength. I mentioned dumplings in my title of this blog because if you ever get to Poland you must try their traditional dumplings, they are amazing. Stuart and I found a nice restaurant in old town and had home made lemonade and shared two different fillings in our dumplings; mince and feta & spinach. The tag line of the restaurant was "grandma makes the dumplings like a boss" how can you go past marketing like that? After lunch we did ...
... A VERY LONG STREET.
About to cry and put down my laptop (which won't fit in the VERY HEAVY back pack now) and called my host.
While talking to Iowa, a Polish lady stopped and asked if she could help. I told her I was on the phone to my host (who couldn't hear me too well) so I put her on. It turned out her Aunt lived in the same building a few years ago and even more amazingly, she said her car was parked a couple of minutes away and she would take me there! I couldn't believe ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Rialto Warsaw
Loved the hotel
Very lovely, small hotel.
Excelent services and amenities.
helpfull staff doing everything to make my stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible. Would recomend it to anyone. Hope to come back
Intimate hotel with excellent service
Stayed at the Rialto on a recent business trip and was really impressed with the decor, friendly staff and intimate atmosphere. Waiter service breakfast is a delight.
I booked this hotel as a result of reviews on Tripadvisor.I was not disappointed.As a lover of Art Deco it was for me a unique and enjoyable experience to stay in this hotel.So much care seems to have been put into period detail.Yet there inthe middle of it there is a DVD player with a plasma screen on the wall.The bathroom was bigger than some hotel bedrooms i have slept in.Only 2 minor blemishes.I thought that the breakfast at 54 zlotys was expensive and the buffet was not very extensive.Also a cup i brought with me for morning tea in my room disappeared.After i complained about this the chambermaid came to my room bringing a basket containing dried flowers 2 apples,2 bottles of wine and my broken cup neatly wrapped in cellophaneNice gesture but would have been better if they had admitted they had broken it before i found out about it.However i would not hesitate to recommend this hotel.
Stylish Choice in Warsaw
Spent 3 nights at the Rialto, in a charming suite on the 5th floor. Very well designed bathroom. 2 plasma screen televisions, 1 in the bedroom, 1 in the living room. Great stereo system. Truly, a beautiful and stylish design. The hotel feels small, and the staff is somewhat serious and stiff. This may be because their English skills are limited, and this caused a few awkward moments, especially the first day. But everyone was helpful, and the restaurant serves an excellent breakfast. I was sorry to see that the restaurant did not get much business at night, as it is probably the best in town. The location is a little out of the way, but once you get your bearings, well worth it. Overall, a top-rated experience.
I have just returned from a stay at The Rialto with two work colleagues and we all agreed it was a beautiful hotel which, although quite pricey by Warsaw standards, by any other measure represents amazing value for money.
Best place in town
Based on the Tripadvisor reviews I stayed at this hotel and was not disappointed. Rooms were excellent and so was the service. Although some rooms can be on a small side, my room was of a decent size. My recommendation is to request a room with a large bed (a double). I also stayed at the Hotel Regina and although also exellent the stay at Rialto was more satisfying. I would not stay in any other Hotel in Warsaw but this one.
My mother and I stayed at this hotel for four nights. It was fantastic. The rooms were stunning, absolutely beautiful and spotless. The bathrooms were amazing, the beds lovely and comfortable and the bedding of beautiful standard. The hotel staff were brilliant - we had a slight problem with our shower on our first day and it was mended immediately. They were always friendly and extremely helpful with all our enquiries. This was our first trip to Poland following the death of my Polish grandparents so it was a very emotional trip and I couldnt have wished for a better hotel to be taking my mother to. I cannot rate it highly enough. I'd go back at the drop of a hat and have absolutely no complaints.
We recently spent two nights in this wonderfully renovated hotel; the young staff, though, is one of its best selling points. They speak excellent English, and were very friendly and accomodating to our every need. The double rooms are a bit small for the price, but the marbled bathrooms were absolutely over the top in elegance; heated towel bars, footed bath tub and separate rain shower, every amentity you could name, etc. The air-conditioned rooms have the latest technological features combined with fantastic art deco mahogany woodwork, beveled glass doors, and heavy, solid fixtures that gleam. There is an excellent fitness center and sauna located on the sixth floor. The only complaint we had (besides the snug room size), was the soft mattresses; we felt they should have been firmer and of a higher quality given the status of the hotel. That said, we would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Warsaw that doesn't mind splurging a bit for excellent service.
Great, quiet place for exlusive stay during a business trip, located at the city center, great kitchen too, provided by a Swiss Chef Kurt SCHELLER,
Great design and service
Small boutique hotel - all furniture and interiors are Art Deco - five star quality and as such the most unique interior of any hotel I have stayed anywhere. Extremely friendly and helpful staff that speak very good English. Outstanding breakfast included in rate (we paid 157 EUR total for 2 persons during a weekend). Great "rain" type shower plus bathtub. Ten minutes walk from major business areas, fifteen to Nowy Swiat restaurants or Folk Gospoda for cheap and great Polish food, and twenty to Old Town. Minor downsides: Executive twin beds are very narrow ("cot size" in American terms) and no iron/ironing board in room. We did not try the gourmet restaurant. Nifitest thing: great heavy art deco pens to take with you!