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General

5 stars accomodation in Poland capital.
Perfectly located in the business district, the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel offers proximity to major office buildings such as the Atrium Tower and Sienna Center. Corporate travelers can stay within walking distance of the Warsaw Financial Center, also appreciate an abundance of historical and cultural attractions like the Jewish Ghetto and Roma Theater, within 2 kilometers of the hotel.


With an ideal location in Warsaw׳s business district, the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel is close to major office buildings such as the Atrium Tower and Sienna Center. If you׳re visiting Warsaw for work, you can stay within walking distance of the Warsaw Financial Center and the eye-catching Rondo ONZ Tower, making it easy to get to meetings. You can also enjoy the abundance of historical and cultural attractions nearby, including the Jewish Ghetto and Roma Theater, both within 2 kilometers of the hotel.

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Hotel

Perfectly located in the business district, the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw offers proximity to major office buildings such as the Atrium Tower and Sienna Center. Corporate travelers can stay within walking distance of the Warsaw Financial Center ,also appreciate an abundance of historical and cultural attractions like the Jewish Ghetto and Roma Theater, within 2 kilometers of the hotel.

In the hotel you can enjoy
HEALTH

Wirleless internet
Transfers from the airport
Elevator
Heated pool
Hot tub
Suites

Rooms

Rest well in 5 star accommodation conveniently located by the Atrium Tower in the city center. Our hotel features 311 well-appointed rooms and suites with welcoming amenities such as coffee provisions and a safe to store valuables. Additionally, we offer smoking rooms and also accessible rooms for disabled guests upon request.

In every room you can enjoy
3 telephones with voice mail system
Coffee and tea provisions
Free high-speed, wireless Internet access
In-room safe
Mini bar.

Internet in the room
Rooms with minibar
Satellite TV broadcasts
Safe
Kettle

Area

Warsaw, capital of Poland, is an amazing city, manages to combine a rich history and exceptional atmosphere lively pace of life and up to date. Traditions of the East and West merge here in perfect harmony, with luxury palaces, beautiful parks and yet keep its history.

Places to visit and attractions in the city
Old Town of Warsaw
Old Market Square - was once the main square of Warsaw. In the square there were different markets. The square was completely destroyed during World War II, and after reconstruction, is currently one of the most picturesque sites in the city, thanks to the colorful surrounding buildings.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews - the museum is housed in a modern colossal building, the structure was inspired by the crossing of the Red Sea. At the entrance you can find the Rappaport Monument, built in memory of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Tour the streets of the former Warsaw Ghetto – in the ghetto streets we can return to the past and find the last remnant of the ghetto wall, the famous bunker of the leader of the uprising, Mordechai Anielewicz. The Jewish cemetery, the remains of a bridge that connected the two parts of the ghetto and even the orphanage of Janusz Korczak, who is still active, and therefore can be seen only from the outside. From the famous -Transports square- in Stawki busy street, from which the trains to the death camps left , now stands a monument. All of these give the impression of a city that does not forget, however continues into the future. The impression is strengthened when you visit the -Nożyk- Synagogue, the only building that survived in the ghetto.

It is recommended to take a walk along the cozy paths of the Oz-nki city park of Warsaw, the park turns green and has spacious flowers and many trees. The main attraction of the park is a Oz-nki palace which is located on an artificial island on the bank of a wide lake. After the war, the palace has been refurbished and is now possible to take a tour and view King-s rooms

Excursions

Warsaw, capital of Poland, is an amazing city, manages to combine a rich history and exceptional atmosphere lively pace of life and up to date. Traditions of the East and West merge here in perfect harmony, with luxury palaces, beautiful parks and yet keep its history.

Places to visit and attractions in the city
Old Town of Warsaw
Old Market Square - was once the main square of Warsaw. In the square there were different markets. The square was completely destroyed during World War II, and after reconstruction, is currently one of the most picturesque sites in the city, thanks to the colorful surrounding buildings.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews - the museum is housed in a modern colossal building, the structure was inspired by the crossing of the Red Sea. At the entrance you can find the Rappaport Monument, built in memory of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Tour the streets of the former Warsaw Ghetto – in the ghetto streets we can return to the past and find the last remnant of the ghetto wall, the famous bunker of the leader of the uprising, Mordechai Anielewicz. The Jewish cemetery, the remains of a bridge that connected the two parts of the ghetto and even the orphanage of Janusz Korczak, who is still active, and therefore can be seen only from the outside. From the famous -Transports square- in Stawki busy street, from which the trains to the death camps left , now stands a monument. All of these give the impression of a city that does not forget, however continues into the future. The impression is strengthened when you visit the -Nożyk- Synagogue, the only building that survived in the ghetto.

It is recommended to take a walk along the cozy paths of the Oz-nki city park of Warsaw, the park turns green and has spacious flowers and many trees. The main attraction of the park is a Oz-nki palace which is located on an artificial island on the bank of a wide lake. After the war, the palace has been refurbished and is now possible to take a tour and view King s rooms.

Attractions

Warsaw, capital of Poland, is an amazing city, manages to combine a rich history and exceptional atmosphere lively pace of life and up to date. Traditions of the East and West merge here in perfect harmony, with luxury palaces, beautiful parks and yet keep its history.
Places to visit and attractions in the city:
Old Town of Warsaw
Old Market Square was once the main square of Warsaw. In the square there were different markets. The square was completely destroyed during World War II, and after reconstruction, is currently one of the most picturesque sites in the city, thanks to the colorful surrounding buildings.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews. The museum is housed in a modern colossal building, the structure was inspired by the crossing of the Red Sea. At the entrance you can find the Rappaport Monument, built in memory of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Tour the streets of the former Warsaw Ghetto. In the ghetto streets we can return to the past and find the last remnant of the ghetto wall, the famous bunker of the leader of the uprising, Mordechai Anielewicz. The Jewish cemetery, the remains of a bridge that connected the two parts of the ghetto and even the orphanage of Janusz Korczak, who is still active, and therefore can be seen only from the outside. From the famous Transports square in Stawki busy street, from which the trains to the death camps left, now stands a monument. All of these give the impression of a city that does not forget, however continues into the future. The impression is strengthened when you visit the Nożyk Synagogue, the only building that survived in the ghetto. It is recommended to take a walk along the cozy paths of the Oznki city park of Warsaw, the park turns green and has spacious flowers and many trees. The main attraction of the park is a Oznki palace which is located on an artificial island on the bank of a wide lake. After the war, the palace has been refurbished and is now possible to take a tour and view Kings rooms.

Restaurants

galil - bistro
37 Zielna st., 00-108 Warsaw
misedet.galil@gmail.com

Directions

Airplane

There are many flights that depart daily and land in Warsaw.

Train

From Central Railway Station
By bus- Take bus 174 and go one stop to Dworzec Centralny 03.
By tram- From Warsaw Central Station, go to the tram stop heading toward Zoliborz- take tram 16, 17, 19 or 33 and go two stops to Hala Mirowska.
By foot- From Central Railway Station, turn onto Aleja Jana Pawla II, pass Zlote Tarasy shopping mall on the right and continue straight until the second traffic light- the hotel is on the right, next to the PZU Tower.

Bus

From Warsaw Chopin Airport WAW.
By bus and tram From Warsaw Chopin Airport WAW, take bus 175 and get off at the Warsaw Central Station. Transfer into a tram heading toward Zoliborz. Take tram 16, 17, 19 or 33 and go 2 stops to Hala Mirowska, or take bus 500 or 510 and go 2 stops to Rondo ONZ. Bus and tram stops are 200 meters from the hotel.

From Central Railway Station
By bus- Take bus 174 and go one stop to Dworzec Centralny 03.
By tram- From Warsaw Central Station, go to the tram stop heading toward Zoliborz- take tram 16, 17, 19 or 33 and go two stops to Hala Mirowska.

By foot- From Central Railway Station, turn onto Aleja Jana Pawla II, pass Zlote Tarasy shopping mall on the right and continue straight until the second traffic light- the hotel is on the right, next to the PZU Tower.

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