Poland is known for its romantic small towns and picturesque cities and boasts a beautiful selection of luxury hotels to reflect the country’s qualities. Like its regions each hotel presents unique character and charm; from grand dame historic hotels, elegant Art Nouveau boutiques through to some of the world’s leading names in luxury hotels the choice is diverse and the experience first class.
Browse our collection of luxury hotels in Poland.
This 5-star hotel is well-suited for both business and leisure travellers. Sightseers will appreciate the hotel’s location as it is within walking distance of some of the city’s major tourist attractions including Florian’s Gate, Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, Wawel Castle and Bagatela Theatre. The hotel features 196 spacious rooms, eight conference rooms, a business centre and an underground car park. Each room is equipped with modern conveniences including a flat-screen television, high-speed Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facility, just to name a few. Radisson Blu Hotel has three exquisite restaurants where guests can enjoy meals and drinks. These are Solfez which serves breakfast every morning, Milk&Co which specialises in fresh seafood and Salt&Co, a relaxed bar that serves wine, cocktails, and beer among other drinks.
The Bonerowski Palace
The Bonerowski Palace is an elegant boutique hotel located in the heart of Kraków. It is housed in a refurbished medieval building that is a few minutes walk from popular tourist attractions like Czartoryski Museum, Collegium Maius, Krakow Barbican, and Wawel Castle. The 16 smoke-free guest rooms are spacious and are decorated with classic, elegant décor. Each room has a flat-screen TV, in-room computer, a sitting area, free internet access, and a tea and coffee maker among other room amenities. Guests who want to relax can head to the swimming pool, fitness centre, casino, garden or spa. Sports enthusiasts can engage in a variety of sports including basketball, badminton, and golf. Parents with young kids will love the fact that the hotel offers child care services.
This luxury hotel is located on the bank of the Wisla River and at the foot of the Wawel Castle. It is within walking distance to Kazimierz district and The Old Town (the areas with popular tourist attractions). The 232 rooms and suites were designed by the London-based designer, Alex Kravetz. The hotel houses an indoor heated pool, a restaurant, lobby gift shop, sauna, fitness centre, and club lounge. The nicest thing about Sheraton Grand Krakow is that it offers exclusive member rates and its members get to earn Starpoints after making a reservation.
Hotel Copernicus, a member of Relais & Châteaux, is housed in a Renaissance building that was once the residence of cathedral canons. It has 29 rooms equipped with a mini bar, internet connection, safe deposit box and satellite TV. Some parts of the hotel feature a medieval wooden beam ceiling and a restored fresco dating back to 1500. The bathrooms are finished with beautiful marble and travertine details. Celebrities who have dined in this hotel include Morgan Freeman, Roman Polański, and Andrzej Wajda.
PURO Krakow Stare Miasto
This hotel is located within walking distance of major historic attractions, restaurants, cafés, and shops. Its floor-to-ceiling windows offer guests a stunning view of the city. Each room features a well-stocked mini bar, free Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen TV. The hotel has a restaurant and a conference room equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.
Having hosted famous musicians, politicians and even royalty, this is arguably the most lauded hotel in the country. A grand exterior gives way to Art Noveau interiors housing an ESPA spa, pool, hammam, Viennese café, the Marconi Restaurant serving national cuisine, a swish cocktail bar with outdoor seating and 206 bedrooms offering Elemis toiletries. Built right at the turn of the 20th century, its public areas exude the kind of opulence that fits the hotel’s location – right beside the Presidential Palace. Upgrade to a suite for a premium experience, including round the clock butler service, antique furnishings and glittering chandeliers adorning the ceilings.
H15 Boutique Hotel
For a funky, contemporary experience with a sense of heritage, choose H15 Boutique Hotel. Here, the cutting edge designer rooms are encased by the Neoclassical architecture of the original building. A black and white chequered patio serves as a feature lobby – bold monochrome is somewhat of a theme running through the decor. Fine artist Rita Zimmerman’s vibrant photography in the form of large prints accent the rooms’ walls, along with minimalist framed four-poster beds and Italian furniture pieces. Peep through internal glass walls and dine in the Michelin starred restaurant. H15 Warsaw is a member of the Great Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Sofitel Victoria Warsaw
Interiors by architect Didier Gomez bring a French flair to this central venue, popular with business travellers and couples. Overlooking Warsaw’s oldest public park, it offers a prime location, close to theatres, museums and concert halls. 368 rooms are spread across five floors. And guests can dine at the open kitchen brasserie, or drink in its Victorias Lounge enjoying views of Pilsudski Square. The sultry, moodily lit, mirrored pool is not to be missed – an ideal nook for relaxing after a day’s sightseeing.
Raffles Europejski Warsaw
Also known as Hotel Europejski, or The European Hotel, Raffles Warsaw boasts one of the largest private art collections in the country; guests can book tours, or arrange private gallery viewings. The hotel offers four different places to dine, including the Long Bar (inspired by its iconic Singapore counterpart), a cigar lounge and a renowned patisserie providing visitors with a traditional tea brewing ceremonial experience. A state of the art spa caters for couples or individual treatments, while the pool area features a 1960s statement mosaic by Krystyna Kozłowska entitled “Abduction of Europa”. The service style is warm and personal, with a focus on attention to detail.
Nobu Hotel Warsaw
Made up of two separate wings, 37 rooms are housed in Nobu Hotel Warsaw’s Art Deco section. While 80 more are found in the minimalist and modern other half of the building. But this hotel is all about the cuisine and well suited to discerning foodies. A reservation at its fine dining restaurant is one of the most sought after in town. The famed international culinary brand brings its Japanese-inspired gastronomic panache to its Polish property, in the form of both a cafe and formal eatery. After dinner, pop into the Jazz Club downstairs.
This five-star skyscraper (the third tallest hotel in Europe) is part of the IHG chain and found in the city’s financial district. Its soaring stature provides superb views, especially from the wellness centre’s 43rd and 44th-floor indoor pool and hot tub. Rooms begin from the 24th floor; there are 414 in total, including self-catering suites. Acclaimed local celebrity chef Karol Okrasa is at the helm of the hotel’s restaurant, Platter. Plus there’s a new chocolatier in the lobby, for some decadent Polish sweet treats. Two floors of conference facilities offer excellent resources for events – be they personal or professional.
Hotel Gdańsk Boutique
This luxurious establishment perfectly combines elements of both old and new as it is located in both a fully restored 18th-century granary as well as an enchanting modern marine-style building. All of the rooms here are extremely stylish and guests can choose between a view of the Old Town or the pretty yacht marina. The most spacious rooms also come complete with their own private seating area and this is a great place to relax and unwind. Beer lovers will also be in their element as the hotel includes it’s very own brewery and no stay would be complete without allowing the time to sample a glass or two or this award-winning beer.
Located in the picturesque Old Town district, this elegant and historical hotel is an attraction all by itself. This is the perfect place to stay for couples who are planning a romantic trip and by far the best option is the grand deluxe rooms, which treats guests to a stunning view of the Motława River and Old Town from their balcony. There are more river views to soak up while dining ion style on the restaurant terrace, while the main dining room is extremely grand and is sure to impress.
Set in the heart of the picturesque Tricity Landscape Park the Dwór Oliwsk ifeatures a unique atmosphere and the 70 luxury rooms, including 2 apartments and 11 spacious junior suites include plenty of homely yet luxurious touches. One of the main features of the hotel is its spa and guests should also allow plenty of time to unwind in the jacuzzi after a busy day of seeing the sites, while those who are in search of a little pampering will also be able to take their pick from a wide range of spa treatments. The hotel’s restaurant offers French cuisine and flavours blended with traditional Polish classics and in the summer months eat alfresco in the garden terrace
PURO Hotel Gdańsk Stare Miasto
This contemporary hotel brand takes full advantage of its marina setting and even guests who don’t have a marina facing room will find plenty of secluded alcoves where they can soak up the scenery. The rooftop restaurant offers some of the best views in the whole of Gdansk as well as a good selection of tasty dishes and a very extensive beer menu that includes a number of local brews. The décor here is light and fresh with plenty of splashes of colour, while guests are invited to make full use of the onsite spa and wellness centre which includes a steam bath, sauna and gym as well as an comprehensive treatment selection.
IBB Hotel Długi Targ
Set in one of the city’s iconic townhouses in the heart of the city moments away from Green Gate and a few steps from Long Market. This smart hotel is both stylish and very luxurious, and each of the 70 rooms and apartments is spacious enough for couple and families. The dining room comes complete with several secluded alcoves where couples can sit and gaze out at the city while enjoying a cup of coffee or a glass or wine. The hotel is also famous for its bar, which attracts many of the city’s residents on the weekends and it also includes an in-house spa offering a range of massages and spa treatments.