Romantic, idealistic and historical; Poland's capital Warsaw offers it all. After being flattened during the war it has been working hard to replace what was lost and it now has a wonderful mixture of old and new to suit all tastes.
Sofitel Victoria Hotel's rooms overlook the 18th century Saxon Gardens and the famous Pilsudski Square. The hotel is perfectly located in the very heart of Warsaw's Old Town, not far from the Grand Theatre, the Royal Palace and the most fashionable shops in the city.
3 Nights, 5 Star Sofitel Victoria Warsaw Hotel.
Bed and Breakfast
Travel on selected dates between 20 May - 30 June from £179.
Prices are based on departures from Stansted. Flights are also available from Birmingham, East Midlands, Liverpool, Bristol, Luton, Southend, Gatwick, Glasgow Prestwick and Manchester for an additional supplement.
Sofitel Victoria Hotel overlooks the 18th Century Saxon Gardens and Pilsudski Square in the heart of Warsaw's Old Town. Guests can relax in the bars and restaurants and watch the world go by or visit some of the city's historical and cultural sights including The Royal Palace and the Grand Theatre. Warsaw is home to some of the most fashionable shops around. The ideal base for exploring the City Centre. The hotel offers guests reception area, conference facilities, internet access, gymnasium, indoor heated swimming pool, massages, laundry/dry cleaning service, shop, babysitting service, car hire and car parking facilities. There is a ground floor restaurant and a bar to relax in with a drink or two. Sofitel Victoria Hotel comprises of 343 rooms spread over 5 floors including 41 Deluxe rooms and 11 Suites. All rooms are equipped with in-room safe, internet access, satellite TV, telephone, bath, shower, hairdryer, mini-bar, kitchen and air conditioning. Suites also have a BOSE sound system, Hermes toiletries, complimentary mineral water, coffee maker and a spacious lounge area. The Deluxe rooms also have L'Occitane toiletries, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary mineral water.
Warsaw is the capital of Poland located on the Vistula River approximately 300 km from the Carpathian Mountains and 260 km from the Baltic Sea. Warsaw has many tourist attractions including the Royal Castle, Market Square, Barbican and The Old Town Quarter. The Old Town is now part of UNSECO as a World Heritage Sight. The city was fully reconstructed after World War II as it had been demolished during the war. The mayor of Warsaw holds power over the city and is responsible for the city's administration, annual budget and he represents the city itself. It is divided into 18 different districts, each with its own mayor.
Warsaw has some well known symbols including the Mermaid which appears on the Coat of Arms, Flags and Bugles. The symbol is also used as part of the campaign "Fall in Love With Warsaw". Tourists can enjoy the variety of shopping malls in Warsaw with a majority of them being undercover. They tend to be open from 08.00-22.00 and have a good choice of restaurants, cinemas and shops. The city is full of unique restaurants and not chain restaurants therefore tourists will experience typical Polish food. There are plenty of kebab shops around Warsaw making it perfect for those on a budget. Clubs are very popular in Warsaw and are usually full every evening. Most of the nice popular clubs can be found in Srodmiescie. Warsaw is perfect for those looking to discover the cultural side of Poland as well as enjoying the nightlife.