Good location for those who're coming for concerts or other events at the Atlas Arena also the train station is close. The staff was friendly enough. That's the "good" part....
The bad ... Receptionist was surprised to see me, good thing I've had my conformation of reservation. The room as the whole hotel has nothing to do with comfort or design, it was old, dusty, cold and with no soundproofing at all. The breakfast was poor.
Generally, this hotel is good if you coming for one-day-trip and your expectations aren't high.
excellent for the price. the reception staff were helpful and friendy, the room was nice and clean. location is very good for the train station although a short walk to the old time. i'd definitely stay here again if passing through.
The only plus is the location - close to the train station and the Atlas Arena (as someone going to a concert). Unfortunately my room was much worse than those on the pictures. Old equipment (unstable table, under the bed additional leg to avoid collapse, no any coverlet, as it is on photos, armchair collapsed.) Never again would I return. The price for the room that I got was too high. Breakfast was OK.
Stayed at the Mazowiecki on business March 2007 and found it quite nice.It was my first time in Poland and wasn't quite sure what to expect.
I know what you're thinking....What was the food like?
Well most of it was good apart from a small stone in one steak and breakfast is well - not English shall we say.
The rooms are average size. Furnishings are a bit sparse and I haven't seen that sort of curtain material since I lived with my mum 30 years ago.Would have been nice if the curtains actually met in the middle as well.Eat downstairs in the bar.The staff have got a tiny bit of English but you won't be getting into any deep conversations anytime soon.
The beer is bottled Heinekin and nice and cold.The room rates are exceptional.I think we paid about £80 for 2 nights including dinners and beer.Bargain!.