The art deco fantasy world of Hotel Rialto takes you back to the roaring twenties with its glorious decor, impeccable service and elegant atmosphere. Colourful stained glass ceiling makes for a grand entrance and so does the replica of the lift inspired by the legendary Polish ocean liner - MS Batory.
The luxury rooms have been individually designed with antique furniture sourced at auction houses across Europe. The restaurant is supurb, with plenty of epicurean skill and enthusiasm, making a great addition to this trendy neighbourhoods food scene.
Rooms: 44 rooms and apartments Rates: Double rooms from 315 zł, breakfast 75 zł per person Check in: 14:00 Check out: 12:00 Facilities: Restaurant, private parking (100 zł per day), free wifi, sauna, gym, steam room, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, concierge, dry cleaning, laundry, shoe shine, library, in rooms: LCD Tv, fast internet, telephone, safety deposit box, luxury toiletries.
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The corner rooms are more spacious with a great view.
Aghata Christie novel read in here gets a lot more real.
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Take a look at some of the iconic art of Tamara de Lempicka, Warsaw born Polish Art Deco artist.
Salto is the signature restaurant of Martin Gimenez Castro, recognised in Poland for winning the Top Chef competition. The menu reflects his Argentinian roots full of fish and seafood as well as famous Argentinian steaks all given fine dining looks and taste.
The restaurant interior has been inspired by The Great Gatsby with true twenties Art Deco glam.
The intimate spa has a sauna and steam room as well as gym and a selection of treatments on offer.
Kids are welcome and cots and extra beds can be organised.
The hotel has its own private parking (additional charges apply), that needs to be booked in advance. Warsaw main railway station (Warszawa Centralna) is a 10 minute walk (1km away) whilst the nearest coach station Dworzec Zachodni is 3 km away.
The landmark Palace of Culture is a short walk away and offers what it says on the tin - museums, theatres, cinema, viewing platform and a mixture of restaurants, cafes and shops. Hotel is also right in the centre of Warsaw's culinary world with neighbouring streets Wilcza, Poznańska and Hoża full of modern dining and bars aplenty. Getting into the Old Town will require a taxi ride or a longish 40 minute stroll.
See our Guide to Warsaw to find out about the capital's highlights.