Destinations in Poland

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Poland

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.3, 958 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.The 5-star, H15 Boutique Hotel is a part of an impressive, historic building in the centre of Warsaw where in the pre-w ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.3, 902 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.Hotel Indigo - Warsaw - Nowy Swiat is a 4-star, boutique hotel located in a renovated 19th century building, in the cen ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.3, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.This hotel is housed in a beautifully restored 19th-century building, only 650 feet from Warsaw's popular Nowy Świat S ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.1, 419 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.Hotel Warszawa is a 5-star hotel offering a fitness center, spa and wellness center along with free WIFI. It is situate ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.0, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.Located in the very centre of Warsaw, at the famous Nowy Świat Street surrounded by popular cafes and restaurants, jus ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 9.0, 851 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Warsaw! 4-star, boutique Hotel SixtySix is located in the historic house on famous Royal Route of Warsaw, right by Nowy Świ ...

— Warsaw, Poland

(Rated 8.9, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Warsaw.The Westin Warsaw is located in the centre of Warsaw, 5 minutes’ walking distance from the Palace of Culture and Scie ...

Poland - The Land Of Endless Fields

Poland’s diverse geography and culture makes for some of the most distinctive sights found anywhere in the world. The contrast begins in the south of Poland, which is filled with rolling and rugged mountain ranges, while in the northern Baltic coastline you’ll find a number of golden sandy beaches. The capital city of Warsaw is always bursting with a mixture of Polish and global culture, and in the second largest city Krakow, you’ll find stunning historical towns, churches and castles. Gdansk is another popular summer destination on the seaside, along with the cities of Sopot and Gdynia. For a thought-provoking look at the darker times of World War II, visit Auschwitz concentration camp. For a taste of Polish cuisine, drop in to one of the many restaurants and food stalls on the streets. Traditional Polish food includes dishes like: Bigos (sour hunter’s stew), Pierogi (Polish dumpling) and Paczki (Polish donuts). As for the polish people, they may seem shy at first, but once you get them talking, the locals are warm, generous and have a great sense of humour. Just another reason to love this gorgeous country.

Travel Poland

Walk Through The Main Market Square

While in Poland you have to check out the Main Market Square in The Old Town in Kraków. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Poland, this medieval town square is Europe’s largest, and dates back to the 13th century. The main attraction of the square is the Cloth Hall, with it’s renaissance style architecture and stunning attic.

Marvel At The Grand Malbork Castle

Malbork castle was built in an attempt to defeat the Polish so the Teutonic Knights could rule their own Baltic territories. The knights stayed in this residence until they finally retreated in 1466. Today the castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malbork.

See The Moving Dunes Of Slowinski

Journey to northern Poland, and you’ll find the Slowinski Sand Dunes, which are a part of Slowinski National Park. The park get its name from the Slovenians who once lived in the area. These extraordinary wave-like dunes can grow as high as 30 meters. The form of the dunes also changes with every season, which has earned them the nickname of “the moving dunes.”

Tips And Travel Information For Poland

Money The currency in Poland is the Polish złoty (zł). Credit cards are widely accepted in Poland, especially in tourist areas. Polish ATMs are usually in sync with international networks, but check with your bank if you wish to use a debit or credit card abroad. But mostly there are no ATM fees in Poland. Getting Around Popular forms of transport in Poland includes water, road and rail transportation. The country has a reliable and large network of public transportation available. Including buses, trains and trams. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (May - Sep) Moderate (Mar, Apr & Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Feb) High season in Poland is between the months of May and September. During this you’re in for sunny blue skies from June to July, but also be prepared for rain in other months. Low season is between November and February, when the snow in the mountains brings skiers to resorts across the country.

Find Boutique Hotels In Poland

For a stay just as compelling as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Poland.