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Holiday Inn Warsaw
  • Pets accepted
  • Family Rooms
  • Fitness center
  • Game room
  • Swimming pool
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Tennis
  • Business center
  • Meeting rooms
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Data port
  • High-speed internet
  • Dry cleaning/laundry

Holiday Inn Warsaw

Holiday Inn Warsaw

Holiday Inn Warsaw

Holiday Inn Warsaw -
Holiday Inn Warsaw -


48-54 Zlota Street
Warsaw, PL

Description: Holiday Inn Warsaw

The Holiday Inn Warsaw is situated in the city center, approximately five miles from Okecie International Airport and a mile from Castle Square. It is located in the heart of the city and opposite to Palace Of Culture and Science-the icon of capital city. Offices of international companies eg. Accenture, Alstom, Aon, At Kearney, Ernst and Young, General Electric, Kimberly Clark, Nokia, and the World Bank are at walking distance. Across Narrow Street from the hotel, a new generation multi-functional complex Zlote Tarasy is located (shopping, cinema, entertainment, Hard Rock Cafe, Akwarium Jazz Club). The hotel is located two minutes away from Central Railway Station. This hotel combines fine polish hospitality, international cuisine, and modern business facilities (high speed and wireless Internet). The hotel has 336 comfortable air-conditioned rooms (suites, standard, executive, and non-smoking). One can enjoy the traditional Polish Menu in the Symfonia restaurant or simply have a drink in the Prolog bar. To relax, the hotel offers a fitness center including sauna, Jacuzzi, solarium, and gym. This hotel is the best location for international events, exclusive board meetings and seminars. There are 11 conference rooms with modern multi-media equipment. The room amenities include cable TV, coffee and tea makers minibars, desks, and high-speed Internet access.

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