Jan III Sobieski Hotel

The hotel`s characteristic and colorful facade is an easily recognizable architectural feature of Warsaw and an elegant threshold to the district of Ochota. The four star hotel was designed and built by an Austrian – Polish team, and received its first guests in 1992. The common historical element connecting both countries is King Jan III Sobieski – a great Pole and outstanding statesman, who led his troops to the rescue of besieged Vienna. 
The status of the Patron places the hotel under an obligation to render royal-standard services and cultivate national traditions, including the renowned Polish hospitality.
The strong presence of a Polish spirit is the backbone of the hotel`s marketing strategy. An authentic “Polish base” is also an asset on a competitive market, making the hotel`s offer unique. The utmost dedication to guests and careful selection of the offered products have let the hotel become one of Warsaw’s leading business hotels since its very opening. High quality of service is exactly why the hotel has an excellent and unquestionable reputation on the market.
The hotel is famous for its fine cooking, innovative culinary promotions and splendid balls.

Address:
Plac Artura Zawiszy 1 
02-025 Warsaw

Telephone:
+48 22 650 44 80

Ratings:

Price:
90$-300$

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