October 22, 2015

Review: Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre

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Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre executive room on the 22nd floor

Date of stay: October 18-19, 2015
Address: Grzybowska 63, Warsaw 00844
Nightly Rate: 335 Polish Zloty with breakfast (Upgraded to an Executive Room as a gold member)
How to get here: Take bus 175 from the airport to the city and then tram 24


Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre exterior

Reception

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre reception

Lobby

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre lobby

Executive Room

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Room 2207

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre sofa and work table

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre work table with complimentary wifi

Internet and power outlets

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre flat TV

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre flat iron and safety box


Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre bathroom

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre with Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre shower

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre bathtub

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre toilet

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre view from my room

During my stay in April 2016, I had a room with the view of the city including the Palace of Culture and Science building.

Executive Lounge


Entrance to the Executive Lounge located on the ground floor


Executive Lounge Opening Hours


Video of the Executive Lounge taken in April 2016


Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Lounge snacks

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Lounge seating

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Lounge snacks

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Lounge snacks

Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre Executive Lounge drinks

Executive Lounge "Relaxation Lounge" located on the 2nd floor

Executive Lounge workstations located on the 2nd floor

Executive Lounge "Evening Offer" from 6-8pm included:

Grilled vegetable & Mozzarella
Cheese
Canape with salami
Salad
Pumpkin Soup
Chili con Carne
Penne with tomato sauce (although the pasta was actually farfalle)
Alcoholic beverages

The breakfast buffet selection included bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, baked beans, boiled eggs, coldcuts, salad, yogurt, cereals, juices and coffee/tea.

Restaurant (Breakfast Buffet)


Meza Restaurant for the breakfast buffet


Bar

Business Center


PC stations in the business center

Pool & Fitness Center


Locker room for men


Fitness center

Elevator

The elevators have screen mostly showing BBC and CNN


Floor guide

Panorama on the 26th Floor


Panorama on the 26th floor although it was closed when I checked it.

CONCLUSION

After staying at the Double Tree by Hilton Warsaw the night before, I was excited to see how the two Hilton properties differ from each other. There are lots of things I loved about this hotel. First, the room was really very nice and spacious with a great view of the city. Also, it was my first time to see the Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities on those bigger sizes and I loved them. The offering on the Executive Lounge during the evening hours from 6-8pm was much more like a dinner that I didn't really need to go to a restaurant after that. Of course, the breakfast buffet which had an extensive offering was very good. I was able to have a tour of the fitness center and it was really enormous although I was not able to see the swimming pool. The location is also ideal as it is not very far from the main attractions like The Warsaw Rising Museum and the Palace of Culture and Science. Overall, I really enjoyed my stay in this hotel and would definitely stay here again when I'm back in town. Special shout out to Daniel of the concierge for giving me tips on how to get around the city.


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