Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
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H15 reflects Warsaw’s recent past rather well: a grand old building that was made into an Embassy by the Soviets, survived World War II and now, having been left untouched for many years, has been transformed into a modern, thriving hotel.
Despite being positioned as more of a boutique ‘aparthotel’, H15 has many of the usual facilities that you would expect from a regular hotel, including a great restaurant downstairs serving delicious local dishes, a gym, bicycle hire and a charming little bar.
The style here is sleek and modern with smooth, wooden floors, rather smart Italian furniture and contemporary artwork by local photographer Rita Zimmerman. A great choice for your holiday in Warsaw – particularly if you plan on staying for a while.
A buffet breakfast is each day, served either in the restaurant or in the hotel’s inner courtyard (dependent on season). Signature, H15’s own restaurant, serves delicious Polish dishes alongside modern European cuisine. The Pierogi (Polish ravioli) is a house speciality. If you fancy heading out for food, we would recommend a wander through the lovely little food court only 5 minutes’ walk away.
The 47 rooms come in a variety of different shapes and sizes – with the Standard Doubles offering more traditional, hotel-style rooms compared to the Suite options, which offer more space and come with small kitchenettes. Bathrooms are spotless, chic and modern, and boast smart marble surfaces.
The hotel boasts a well-equipped gym, great for putting yourself through your paces after sampling Poland’s rich (and often heavy) cuisine. There’s also a collection of bicycles that guests can use, great for exploring the city.
H15 is located on one of Warsaw’s oldest streets in the buzzing downtown Sródmiescie district. There are loads of great cafes, restaurants and bars close by and the Old Town area is around a 30-minute walk away or a 10-minute taxi drive.