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Warszawa

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Belwederski

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The Belwederski Hotel is located just next to Łazienki Park, a 15 minutes’ drive from the Central Railway Station and a 20 minutes’ drive from the Old Town. The excellent location of the hotel makes it possible to go for a walk in the Park in the evenings and to admire such attractions as Palace on the Water, Old Orangery with the Stanisławowski Theatre, or Myślewicki Palace. In summer evenings, you can listen to classical music at the Chopin Statue.
Our hotel in Warsaw offers spacious rooms with desks, cable TV and free Internet access, thus ensuring a peaceful stay and comfortable working space for guests. Each room has a private bathroom with a shower.
Professional service and friendly atmosphere at the Warsaw hotel guarantee a perfect stay for every traveller. In the hotel, you can also take advantage of concierge services.
The hotel is pet-friendly!

 

 

Hotel przyjazny zwierzętom!

 

Dear Guests, we kindly inform that from 18.07.2016 for 4 months in Belwederski hotel in Warsaw renovations are taking place. in this respect it will be completely closed.

Hotel<br>Belwederski

telefon: 22 840 40 11

email: belwederski@amwhotele.pl

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Room facilities

  • TV SAT
  • radio
  • free Wi-Fi
  • telephone
  • hairdryer on request
  • daily newspappers
  • iron on request
  • electrical kettle on request
  • mineral water

Additionally

  • pet-friendly hotel

The layout of rooms

  • 34 standard rooms
  • 6 business rooms
  • 11 suite rooms
  • 2 superior apartaments
  • Total number of rooms: 53

Conference rooms

Belwederski Hotel is an ideal place for organising business meetings and conferences in Warsaw. The rooms are designed both for large training courses or shows, as well as intimate meetings in an elite group.

Contact

Belwederski Hotel, Warsaw

  • ul. Belwederska 4 C
    00-594 Warszawa
    Masovian Voivodeship
  • tel: 22 840 40 11
    fax: 22 840 08 47
  • belwederski@amwhotele.pl

How to get to us?

GPS
N - 52.210113
E - 21.028478
Airport

from Warsaw Chopin Airport

get on a Route 188 bus, get off at “Metro Politechnika” bus stop, take a Route 131 bus to get off at “Spacerowa” bus stop, and walk towards Belweder along Belwederska Street

from the Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport

get on am Mbus towards “Stacja Modlin” (1 bus stop), then take a Route KM9 train, and get off at “Warsaw Centralna” stop; from the Main Railway Station, take a Route 131, 501, or 519 bus; get off at “Spacerowa” bus stop (7th bus stop), and go towards Belweder Palace along Belwederska Street (if you go by Route 501 or 519 bus, the final “Spacerowa” bus stop is a request stop)

Railway
station

from the Main Railway Station

take a Route 131, 501, or 519 bus; get off at “Spacerowa” bus stop, and go towards Belweder Palace along Belwederska Street (if you go by Route 501 or 519 bus, the final “Spacerowa” bus stop is a request stop)

Bus station

from the bus station
Warsaw Wschodnia bus station: take an SKM train (S1 or S2 or S3) to Warsaw-Śródmieście; then from the Main Railway Station, take a Route 131, 501, or 519 bus; get off at “Spacerowa” bus stop, and go towards Belweder Palace along Belwederska Street (if you go by Route 501 or 519 bus, the final “Spacerowa” bus stop is a request stop)
Warsaw Zachodnia: take an SKM train (S1 or S2 or S3) to Warsaw-Śródmieście station; then, from the Main Railway Station, take a Route 131, 501, or 519 bus; get off at “Spacerowa” bus stop, and go towards Belweder Palace along Belwederska Street (if you go by Route 501 or 519 bus, the final “Spacerowa” bus stop is a request stop).

Tourist attractions

  • Łazienki Park
  • Royal Castle
  • Belweder
  • Wilanów Palace and park complex
  • World Buildings’ Garden
  • Palace of Culture and Science
  • Old Town
  • Copernicus Science Centre
  • Warsaw Uprising Museum
  • Ujazdowski Castle
  • Jabłonowski Palace
  • Fryderyk Chopin Museum
  • Warsaw’s Syrenka
  • Nożyk Synagogue
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Highlights

  • Warsaw bugle call is played every day at 11.15 a.m. This is the moment when the clock stopped on the burning Castle Tower, during the bombing in 1939. The melody is repeated three times, symbolising God, Honour and Fatherland.
  • Warsaw’s location is crossed by a meridian of 21°00’ longitude. It is marked with a line located at Theatre Square.
  • Warsaw Chopin concerts begin in May and last until the end of September. Their history dates back to 1959.
    Syrenka (mermaid) was in the coat of arms of Warsaw as early as in 1390. Initially, the figure looked like an animal with the trunk of a dragon. Currently, Syrenka is a woman who instead of legs has a fish tail.
  • In 1596, King Sigismund III Vasa moved the capital from Cracow to Warsaw, since the new location ensured access to important administrative points of Poland and Lithuania.
  • On the signboard of one of the Warsaw tenement houses of the Old Town, there appears a basilisk, which – according to a legend – lived in its basement. The creature’s task was to protect a treasure and to turn into stone the adventurers who wanted to steal it.
  • In 2012, the competition for the typical Warsaw food was won by ‘farafki’, or sweet rolls with honey and poppy seeds.
  • Warsaw can be seen from several vantage points, including the terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science, and the bell tower of St. Anne’s Church.
  • In Płatnicza Street, you can see gas lamps that were transferred there from the city centre in the interwar period. The atmosphere of the charming street favours evening walks.
  • In 1980, Warsaw’s Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • In Warsaw, there are many lakes and forest areas, which are a remnant of the Masovia Forest.
    After World War II, the Warsaw dialect began to fade away due to the influx of new residents. However, on the right bank of the Vistula river, you can hear some of the phrases even today: instead of garnitur ‘suit’, you can hear ancug, and instead of kawa ‘coffee’ – brazyliana.

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