Hotel Bristol, Warsaw
A Luxury Collection Hotel
What it is
An iconic 1901 landmark founded by composer Ignacy Paderewski, with 206 rooms, three lauded restaurants and a champagne bar, plus a tricked-out ESPA spa with an indoor pool.
What it isn't
Hands off. Butler service is at-the-ready for each guest, should you require your shoes shined, your bag unpacked, or even someone to draw your shades and bring you a cuppa and the morning paper. Need something else? Just text them.
What we think
Artists and musicians have gathered in this Neo-Renaissance respite for more than a century. For proof, look no further than the guest list: Pablo Picasso, Sophia Loren, Placido Domingo, and Martin Scorsese have all booked a stay at the Hotel Bristol for much-needed R&R. Live like a Grammy winner in the Paderewski Suite, which is stocked with a private grand piano and comes with both a Mercedes limousine transfer and a soprano concert upon your arrival. But even the 312-square-foot Classic Guest Room is worthy of a ballad, with its marble-lined bathroom, Tiffany blue and grey color palette, and luxe amenities, like 24-hour room service, Nespresso machine, Byredo toiletries and nightly turndown service. While you’re staying here, be sure to spend at least one evening at the rooftop Belle Epoque Champagne Bar, where you can overlook the skyline’s panorama with a coupe of bubbly in-hand.
You're here because
The turquoise-lit heated indoor pool is as cinematic as they come, and the perfect treat after hours on a plane.
Tucked into your leather banquette at the Art Deco Café Bristol, you feel a bit like you’re time traveling. You take another bite of your white chocolate cheesecake and squint: is that Sophia Loren at the marble table across from you, or just her exact twin?
Restaurants & Bars
Here, in the historic centre of Warsaw there is a spot where fine dining lovers find culinary Eden. Marconi Restaurant tempts with elegant, Art Deco interiors, which captivate the architectural harmony. Delicate colour scheme and opulent details, such as crystal chandeliers, exceptional mirrors and romantic candles create the elegance and sophistication. The restaurant got its extraordinary name from the famous Warsaw architect. It was Marconi who designed the neo renaissance building of Hotel Bristol, an important venue for Warsaw.
Marconi Restaurant is reflection of culinary passion of the executive chef, Carlos Teixeira, who creates culinary masterpieces with traditional and seasonal Polish ingredients. The signature dish is roasted duck with caramelized apples, abundant with flavours of rosemary, garlic and clove. Every Sunday enjoy the best Brunch in town, complete with a lavish cold and hot buffet and live stations. It is perfect way of spending Sunday afternoon with family or friends.
Bristol Wine Bar is a point of departure for a genuine journey through the amazing world of wines originating in the best known vineyards of the world. The new bar offers an unforgettable experience to wine lovers. Onquestionable connoisseurs of fine wines invite Guests to join them for an unparalleled voyage, sharing and enjoying with them exquisite flavours hidden in simple bottles enriched with a selection of flaunting snacks, carefully prepared by Chef de Cuisine.
Bristol Wine Bar is an epitome of contemporary Hotel Bristol - a venue where prestige, tradition and luxury blend seamlessly, creating an exceptional, vibrant atmosphere and adding modernity to this extraordinary place.
Column Bar - the Institution - This rare Art Nouveau masterpiece is an unique place in Warsaw. The spectacular interior has been restored to the original grandeur enriched with details creating an intimate ambiance, perfect to enjoy excellent food, drinks and atmosphere.
Dark stained timber panels and genuine Otto Wagner wall lights harmonize perfectly with walls treated with a specialist paint finish. Black and ivory leather paneled cushions of the banquette seats reflect the geometric aesthetics of the historical frieze above.The atmosphere of this truly matchless interior wouldn't be complete without live piano music and extraordinary wide assortment of alcoholic beverages. Here, in the heart of the city, our Guests can celebrate big days of their lives or just enjoy delightful drinks and delicious snacks.
Just across from the Presidential Palace, and a two block walk from the Polish National Opera house, painstakingly rebuilt in 1965 after the 1833 original was flattened in World War II.