The Westin Warsaw

Address: ul. aleja Jana Pawla II 21, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-854, Poland | 5 star hotel
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Warsaw

          Reviewed by ourgreatescapes

          A Fantastic Two Day Stay

          Reviewed Aug 25, 2014
          by (8 reviews) Edmonton , Canada Flag of Canada

          This is a beautiful and well maintained hotel. The lobby restaurant is under construction, but there is a second eating area on the second floor.

          The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Great beds and linens, as would be expected in a Westin Hotel.

          We had a great view from the 18th floor, and found the location of the hotel is great.

          There is free internet in the lobby, which we found worked all the way up to the 18th floor. You just need to get the code from the main desk.

          We had dinner and two breakfasts in the hotel. The food was fantastic.

          This is by far the best hotel we have stayed in so far on our European Tour.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by robynstravels

          it was ok for a couple of nites

          Reviewed Oct 11, 2011
          by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          the lift was the best part of this motel the rooms were not really any different to other lesser star hotel we have stayed at

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Westin Warsaw

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Warsaw

          Warsaw Stock Exchange

          ... regime in Poland, and ultimately, the end of the Soviet Union.

          This morning our Fulbright group walked a few blocks from the hotel to the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).  It was a really cool place, all trades are done electronically, and the WSE is one of the busiest and most productive stock markets in all of central and Eastern Europe.  We had a great briefing and saw the trades being done all morning.  After the WSE, we walked about 30 minutes ...

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          It's my Birthday!

          ... too many interesting things for sale. The gov also wants to shut down this place to make room for either a new football stadium or a renovation. Either way, they don't want a flea market here anymore. Dad and I try to find the stadium. Dad aks some people where it is and the most common answer is where already here. You see the flea market is called the Stadium. We eventually get to it and we sneak in. Damn this place is a dive. According to my dad ...

          Warsaw, Poland kasia-waw

          ... the call from 2 officers "tickets everyone". At first I'm a little tweaked because of my past experience but I know that my ticket is in order. I have a 7 day pass that I validated on Thursday. All is well with my ticket and I continue enjoying my seat on the tram (it's the unused conductors' area). Best seat in the house because the elderly won't glare at you if you are in that seat. So some of you must be dying to know about my past ticket ...

          Warsaw, Poland kasia-waw

          ... in pitched battles with the Nazis spanning several months. When the fighters eventually realised that the infrastucture of the city had been destroyed, they had no food or water, and that the Allies were not coming to their aid, they were forced to surrender. Under the terms of the surrender, all of the remaining partisan fighters were sent to labour camps or concentration camps, and the remaining civilians driven out of the city, with the provision that what ...

          Warsaw, Poland dangabesisaak
          We saw 'Warsaw'

          ... it was quite difficult to even think about the devastation of wartime. Our stay in Warsaw ended with some heavy rain (which Courtney seems to think is following us, she's not far off!), so we stayed in doors with some traditional Polish kababs and beer. We had a good old yarn with some Melbournians who were staying in the same hostel as us. Our next destination is Krakow. An early departure by the train again.

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