Where to Stay in Warsaw

Where to Stay in Warsaw

Discover the best places to stay in Warsaw, whether you prefer the historic charm of the Old Town center or the modern allure of Śródmieście, located next to the Palace of Culture and Science.

The capital of Poland has grown at a dizzying pace in recent years, so the accommodation offerings in Warsaw are numerous and varied. Hotels, guesthouses, hostels... You'll have no problem finding the accommodation that best suits your preferences.

Best places to sleep in Warsaw

Warsaw boasts two distinct facets: the historical and the cosmopolitan. Depending on the duration of your stay in the Polish capital and your personal preferences, we recommend three areas for accommodation in Warsaw.

For an immersive experience in the heart of Warsaw, consider staying in the Old Town (Stare Miasto), where charming small hotels and apartments are available. This area is ideal for a weekend visit, offering proximity to most of Warsaw's monuments and tourist attractions.

If you prefer a more modern setting, we suggest booking a hotel in Śródmieście, the newer part of Warsaw situated between the financial district and the old city limits. Here, you'll find a variety of hotels and apartments, providing options to compare prices and services.

The Praga district is an intriguing option for those seeking a budget-friendly stay and a glimpse into a lesser-known side of Warsaw. This hipster residential area features several hostels and other types of accommodations.

Hotels in Warsaw

If you book accommodation in advance, you can find double rooms in centrally located hotels starting at 45 (US$ 48.70) per night. The price varies depending on the season and the area you're staying in, but in general, hotels in Warsaw are cheaper than in other European capitals.

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Apartments in Warsaw

When deciding on your accommodation in Warsaw, especially if you're planning an extended stay or if you prefer the convenience of cooking, consider booking an apartment. This option is increasingly popular in the Polish capital, with the amount of apartments available growing each year.

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Hostels in Warsaw

Warsaw has hostels in the Old Town, the Śródmieście district, and the Praga district. This is the cheapest option and can be fun if you're traveling with friends, family, or in large groups. Prices per person per night range from 10 (US$ 10.80) to 15 (US$ 16.30).