With over 100 years of exceptional history, Hotel Bristol has been one of Warsaw’s landmarks and an emblem of a proud nation. The hotel is situated in one of Warsaw's most prestigious locations on the historic and renowned Royal Route, just a step away from Poland's most fashionable street - Nowy Swiat. The majestic neo-renaissance facade of the Hotel Bristol is surrounded by the Old Town and the Royal Castle, adjacent to the Presidential Palace. The hotel's magnificent location will captivate every explorer looking for an unforgettable traveling experience and the touch of living history.
The Legendary Landmark and Cultural Heart of Warsaw since 1901 - Hotel Bristol, with more than a century of heritage, has always been at the center of Warsaw’s cultural life, enlightening and inspiring Warsaw elite and cultural influencers to gather and discuss art. Ignacy Paderewski founded Bristol - world recognized composer and piano virtuoso. Since the opening of its doors has been witnessing the amplification of Polish and international cultural life. It is a place where Polish celebrated painter Wojciech Kossak had an atelier and created his finest artworks.
Jan Kiepura, a Polish tenor recognized in London, Paris, and Berlin, performed to masses from Bristol’s balcony. Karol Szymanowski, a Polish composer, used to gather with philharmonic musicians to discuss Polish culture. Hotel Bristol has a tradition of being a magnet for alluring artistic bohemia. Since 1901 the hotel has been a bridge linking Poland with the world’s culture and an unequaled choice for foreign, most creative, and acclaimed minds visiting Warsaw such as Pablo Picasso, Marlene Dietrich, Sophia Loren, Placido Domingo, Douglas Fairbanks, Artur Rubinstein, Woody Allen or Martin Scorsese.
Comfort of the Highest Standard - Hotel Bristol is recognized as a prestigious place offering the highest quality of luxurious hotel services. Its staff aims to approach guests' needs and fulfill the wishes to make their stay in Hotel Bristol unforgettable. The celebrated Royal Route, next to the Presidential Palace and just a short stroll from the Old Town, Royal Castle, and National Theater and Opera House, Hotel Bristol has served as a city landmark and distinguished destination 1901. A captivating union of history and modernity, the over-century-old Café Bristol, Marconi Restaurant, and two bars offer singular epicurean indulgence. Simultaneously, the indoor pool and gym—with state-of-the-art equipment, a sauna, and steam bath, form a soothing sanctuary.
Rooms & Suites - Comfort of the Highest Standard - Equal parts enchanting and emblematic. The refined guest rooms and suites boast distinct, understated interiors: harmonizing Art Deco nuances inspired by the hotel’s evocative roots, with modern yet timeless classic details. Mahogany framed windows, and in select suites, French doors with balconies, open to reveal various encapsulating sights, including the Royal Route, city park, Presidential Palace, and hotel courtyard, while simultaneously illuminating a small sitting area and filling the space with fresh air.
Indoors, individually controlled air-conditioning, combine with state-of-the-art entertainment, including an LCD television with multilingual programming, an iPod docking station, and a radio and alarm clock. A minibar provides private refreshments, while a work desk allows for seamless communication thanks to Wifi. Unrivaled relaxation comes courtesy of the soothing gray marble bathroom, where premier Waterl'eau GD bath amenities unite with plush bathrobes and slippers. Additionally, nightly turndown service on plump, alluring beds wrapped in crisp white linens ensures an unrivaled night’s sleep.
Dining - Hotel Bristol’s iconic Art Nouveau facade, Art Deco-inspired décor, and unwavering dedication to providing rare experiences infuses each of its dining venues, beginning with the famous Café Bristol, which has served as a top city venue for over a hundred years, thanks to its unsurpassed selection of recherché desserts and coffees. The hotel’s innate elegance also extends to Marconi Restaurant’s two dining rooms and split-level green patio, which serves as a stunning backdrop to the restaurant’s inspired international, Polish-influenced cuisine and buffets, including Sunday brunch. Indelible pre- or post-dinner drinks and snacks, meanwhile, come courtesy of the Column Bar, features an impressive cocktail menu, and Bristol Wine Bar, which serves a meticulously curated selection of wines from the world’s most celebrated vineyards. Additionally, pleased to offer 24-hour In-Room Dining as well as Wi-Fi in all dining venues.
Spa & Fitness - Uniting the fabled magnetism of Warsaw with the enchantment of Hotel Bristol, offering numerous services and amenities that ensure guests arrive with ease and, once at the hotel, can enjoy and embrace the city’s rare offerings. For on-site relaxation and rejuvenation, the Pool & Gym, with its heated, indoor swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam bath, and massage room, keep guests relaxed and energized.
Bristol Spa - For more than a century, the hotel has taken care of guests from all over the world. The philosophy is that beauty is skin deep and enhanced by inner happiness and harmony. Experience a profound sense of elegant tranquillity in Bristol Spa. Every detail of this enchanting escape has been meticulously tailored to create the ultimate destination for wellness and self-discovery. Its scenic, calming interior houses a relaxation area, a sauna, a steam room, a heated swimming pool bathed in climatic lighting and timeless décor, and a new fully equipped gym. Perfectly tailored to your needs and expectations, ESPA-trained therapists have performed all treatments with internationally renowned ESPA skin and body care products. You will leave refreshed, with renewed strength and enhanced beauty.
Area & Activities - Idyllically situated on the Royal Route in the heart of the city, surrounded by historic palaces, churches, and statues dating from the 16th century to the present, Hotel Bristol is nestled next to the National Museum, overlooking the Presidential Palace. It is also within walking distance of Warsaw's most renowned sights, such as the Old Town, Royal Castle, National Theater, and Opera House. The latter two are over 200 years old and continue to feature classical world-renowned works by top composers, including Beethoven, Bellini, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Puccini, Wagner more.