Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel Warsaw
plac Zawiszy, Warsaw, Poland
22 579 10 00
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Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel Warsaw Reviews
Sobieski :) Feb 17, 2016
I have nothing but good things to say about this hotel. This is one of the more well-known hotels in Warsaw. Its name evokes only good memories to most of Poles. Jan III Sobieski was one of the best Polish monarchs. He was a formidable opponent on the battlefield (he commanded the victorious army in the Battle of Vienna in 1683) and is a proof that in the times when most of the kings had had dozens of mistresses, there was a king who was devoted totally to his queen. Sobieski loved his Marysienka (he was calling her Astra, which means a Star) truly and above all.
I really enjoyed this hotel. Great value for the money I paid. It is a four star hotel and you get what you pay for.
The rooms were recently renovated. They are fully knitted out in a way you would expect from a four star hotel. My room was roomy and well furnished. The bed was comfortable as well. Maybe it wasn't the best bed my body has ever seen but still I think it was better than good. I had a twin bed since I stayed with my friend. The room had free wi-fi which was really fast. The room was cleaned every day and also had tea, coffee and hot chocolate left in my room. They even replaced it everyday! 2 complimentary bottles of water were replaced everyday as well. The room had a mini bar, a LCD TV and a safe. Anything to moan about. Most of the rooms face the street so did mine. I had the view of the city center and few of Warsaw's skyscrapers.
I really liked the bathroom. It was a really good bathroom with a shower and a bath in one. The bathroom was cleaned everyday and not a single hair on the floor of the bathroom could be found (well, except mine haha).
The hotel's restaurant calls "Trilogy". The Trilogy is a series of three novels (With Fire and Sword, The Deluge, Fire in the Steppe) written by the Polish author Henryk Sienkiewicz. The series follows dramatized versions of famous events in Polish history, weaving fact and fiction.
The hotel is not located in the very center of the city but near the major junction with excellent public transportation options. It has a good location super close to bus routes and tram lines with the stops right outside the hotel's door. The train stops next to it as well, but ofc underground. Tickets can be purchased from the reception shop or there is a machine right outside the door. It is also only a short taxi ride from the airport. There is also 175 bus line, which goes from the airport to the New World Street (street that leads to the Old Town). It is located a ten minute walk to the Warsaw Uprising Museum (which I would say is a must) and a five minutes bus ride to the Old Town or the National Museum. Furthermore, it is just 2 tram's stops from the Central Rail Station. Its location provides several options for eating, drinking and shopping around. Really nice hotel in Warsaw!
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