Located near Parade Square and the Church of the Holy Cross, the 5-star Hotel Warszawa is a favorite with travelers who want to dive deep into the local culture.
The hotel is located in a building considered a landmark in Poland’s post-war architecture.
Thanks to its massive modern steel and concrete architecture that towers over the capital, it became a powerful symbol of the ‘reawakening’ of Warsaw after the war.
The furnishings were chosen to blend tastefully with the contemporary style of the building in which they are found. Upholstered in orange and black leather, the A.B.C.D. armchairs and footstools make a statement in the stunning lounge.
A similar look for the hotel rooms is courtesy of the A.B.C. armchairs and Eden sofa beds, both designed by architect Antonio Citterio for Flexform. Sleek Bangkok ottomans in woven cowhide suede complete the bedroom decor.
Courtesy Hotel Warszawa.