Warsaw’s landmark Prudential tower reopened, fifteen years after closing its doors to the public. Measuring 66-meters in height, the skyscraper was Poland’s tallest pre-war structure, and the second highest in Europe. Originally built to house Prudential’s Warsaw offices, as well as lavish apartments on the higher floors, it was from here Poland’s first TV broadcasts were transmitted.Bought by the Likus group eight years ago, the Art Deco marvel has since been sensitively restored and transformed into the luxury Hotel Warszawa featuring a top floor presidential apartment with its own private viewing deck, a spa, cigar lounge and a restaurant.
It is situated 700 m from Parade Square and Holy Cross Church. Providing their guests with a 24-hour front desk, this property also has a sun terrace. Hotel Warszawa is located 800 m from Palace of Culture & Science, while Zacheta National Art Gallery is less than 1 km away. The nearest airport is Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, 9 km from the hotel.
The rooms in Hotel Warszawa come equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Certain rooms offer a terrace, while all units feature a wardrobe. The rooms are gorgeous and very comfortable. The shower and bath were amazing with really nice products to use.
The guests are provided with an access to spa and wellness facilities including a sauna and an indoor pool during their stay at the property.