The hotel Bristrol is located on the heart of Warsaw old city - walking distance to many of the city's attractions. We were greeted with a very warm smile at the check in desk and when I presented my passport the clerk spoke my native language. The staff went above and beyond to make us feel welcomed. Those small touches make a truly unparalleled 5 star's experience. We were celebrating a special moment and our room was upgraded to a junior suite - high floor with great front views, they also presented us with a bottle of prosecco and a note. We ordered in room dining and the 3 courses dinner was tasty and impeccably served to fine dining standards. The hotel building is an historical asset and the facade is stunningly beautiful. The lobby and rooms have their old charm but could be renovated to incorporate contemporary items. The swimming pool was opened but the rest of the spa was closed due to covid restriction. Pool is reasonable size and room was decorated with good taste. The bathroom is finished to high standard with separate shower room (Bathtub and shower), dressing area and toilet.…
Excellent hotel , staff very good , all in uniform very smart and professional , my room was cosy with a great bathroom ,didn,t go into the restaurant but the Coffee & lunch Cafe was lovely quite old fashion , the old town just down the road , i believe the Germans used it as one of their main Headquarters during the War
A dull reception hall, a boring set up in the dining hall, a boring breakfast and unmotivated staff in the restaurant. Rooms are ok, but bathrooms have a stupid glas door in front of the bathtub, no showers. Looks like the seventies, I tried it the first time but will not use it again.
If visiting Warsaw, particularly for the first time, there's no better place to stay than the Hotel Bristol. Located adjacent to the Presidential Palace, it's a short walk into Old Town and some of the city's best shopping. The rooms, while a little on the small side, are very comfortable, quiet and sparkling clean. We had no issues during our three night stay and enjoyed the great service. The Column Bar is a great spot to grab a cocktail and be sure to have breakfast or lunch in the Cafe Bristol (the schnitzel is excellent!). A great and tasty souvenir is the Bristol Torte which comes in several sizes.
Staying for one night with my wife and little one. Nice room with very comfortable bed and view for main Street. We had 3 course meal at Cafe Bristol.. and that is wonderful place with amazing interior and atmosfere. But food... Believe me that food was outstanding! You have to give a try! That was probably the best Żurek in my life, one of the best Salmon and great ice creams. I have been eating in Spain, Italy, Greece, England or Dominican Republic but Bristol's kitchen just jumped to my first 3 for sure. Give a payrise to you Chefs. Waiters also very professional and kind. One of the "must have to" visit if you are in Warsaw.