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If you’d like to find some of Warsaw’s hidden gems, we can recommend a few very interesting places.
Hotel Mazurkas * * * *
We would like to invite you to our four star Hotel Mazurkas, conveniently situated along the international route E30, nearly 12 km from the center of Warsaw and 11 km from the International airport Fryderyk Chopin. We trust that the luxurious interior of our hotel as well as its originative exterior design will come as a pleasant surprise.
Hyatt Regency Warsaw, a luxurious state of the art hotel adjacent to the Royal Gardens of Lazienki Park in the Heart of the diplomatic district. Venti-Tre Restaurant featuring Italian contemporary food, Q-Club Music Lounge & Restaurant offering Asian fusion cuisine and Lazienky Lounge for a selection of snacks, pastries and beverages. 1200 sq meter Fitness Centre and comprehensive Spa facility. Indoor pool available. High tech Regency Ballroom accommodating up to 400 guests and 13 flexible meeting and boardrooms. Largest Casino in Poland.
InterContinental Warsaw offers 328 large guest rooms with city views & 76 Residential Apartments - stay longer and feel at home! Unique RiverView Wellness centre on 43rd floor with panoramic city views & a rich choice of restaurants and bars - the stylish +One Bar, Frida - new wave of a Mexican cuisine from the table of Frida Kahlo, Downtown for international and asian choice and Hemisphere for a great informal atmosphere.
Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is situated in the heart of the Warsaw Old Town close to the Royal Castle, National Opera and a few minutes walk from the Warsaw Business District. This 5-star hotel occupies a fully restored 18th century palace and offers 61 guest rooms and suites, wellness area with indoor swimming pool, sauna and massage room, lobby bar, 2 conference rooms, fine dining restaurant with sommelier’s service and summer courtyard.
The historical Polonia Palace Hotel is a definite architectural landmark of Warsaw. The recent renovation restored the hotel to its former splendour and pre-war class. It delights the guests with its beautiful surroundings and state-of-the-art technical solutions, offering excellent conditions to work and relax at the same time. The Polonia Palace Hotel, located in the city center, features 206 air-conditioned Deluxe rooms with high-speed Internet access and 7 elegant, high-tech meeting rooms which may accommodate up to 350 people in a theatre style. Among them there is the most picturesque in Warsaw, Ludwikowska Ball Room, designed in Louis XVI style. This unique venue can be tailored to any kind of business meetings. The hotel houses also Strauss Restaurant offering Polish and European dishes and a modern, trendy Bojangles Bar&Lounge with swing music.
Central European Distribution Corporation (CEDC), leading producer, distributor and importer of alcoholic beverages in Poland, has become a member of the Warsaw Destination Alliance. Joining the WDA will result in strengthening of the hotel and restaurant sector in Warsaw, which is crucial to both, company and foundation. We believe that close cooperation with WDA will promote Warsaw as a perfect destination to visit, to live in, to enjoy – says Sławomir Kojło Vice-President of the PWW from the CEDC Group..
CEDC distributes alcoholic beverages consisting of various alcoholic products, including spirits, vodka, wine, and beer, as well as nonalcoholic beverages. The company distributes its products directly to off-trade establishments, as well as to on-trade locations, such as bars, nightclubs, hotels, and restaurants. CEDC operates 16 distribution centers and 76 satellite branches.
The company exists to benefit and refresh everyone it touches. Founded in 1886, is the world's leading manufacturer, marketer, and distributor of nonalcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups, used to produce nearly 400 beverage brands. The company's headquarters are in Atlanta, with local operations in over 200 countries around the world.
KP is one of the biggest companies of the brewing sector in Poland, using state-of-the-art technology and long years of expertise in the brewing industry. In many aspects it is the leader of the brewing industry in Poland.
Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is a leader among Polish airports providing service to 48% of the total air traffic. For several years now the airport serving the capital city of Poland has noted a high increase in the number of passengers. First of all, this has resulted from the air traffic market liberalization, which admitted the access of the Low Cost Carriers (LCC’s) to Polish market. Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport has taken many steps to attract new carriers, launch new flight connections, and increase the frequency on the existing routes. Today, Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport offers direct services to over 100 cities across Europe, in America, Asia and Africa as well as Far and Middle East.
The travelers enjoy more comfort as they now use the new terminal building opened in March, 2008, which offers a wide range of shopping opportunities and catering services. Comfort and security have been enhanced thanks to a bigger number of the following facilities: check-in stands, hand baggage security check-points and gates.
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