Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed for two nights in October. Rooms were nice and pretty comfortable. The hot breakfast was not great but lots of choice from the cold selection. Staff were very friendly and helpful Great location would stay again
I book this hotel because i thought that is a 4* but is not(mor like a 3 *+ hotel). Heating is done by ventilation and is rather colder in the room. You can easily reach from the airport by bus 175 in 20 minute. Same bus from the hotel reach to the old city center. It is very close to the new city center-only 3 bus stops. In the area of hotel is an area with office buildings and the evening is a bit wildnes.
Tired and dated, this is really NOT a four star hotel. No spare pillows. Towels = modesty sheets designed to dry a person approx 2 foot tall. BUT Really comfortable bed, and actually a great nights sleep. Rooms not hot. King size beds with duvets. Friendly staff. Great position to explore Warsaw from. Cheap! We were in a group of seven, split into three rooms. One pillow per person. Asked for one more each the first morning (none in the wardrobes) all told by reception it would be done. Upon returning in the evening -you got it - no pillows. Sent my husband down to reception to be told there was not a single spare pillow in the whole hotel. At 6'4 my husband really was in dire need of one. So I adapted and overcame. I borrowed one from the bar area, only to be chased down like a shoplifting irk whilst a blonde waitress jammed her foot in the elevator door demanding I return the "bar pillow", and informed me if I want a pillow - go to reception. I politely, but firmly informed her I had and there was not a single one in the whole hotel. This one was now mine. The following morning my friend and I asked a chap cleaning rooms if there were any spare pillows - he immediately found us some. Towels. I cannot abide hotels that do not provide bath sheets - to be four star you cannot give people towels that are too small to actually dry anything. On the positive side, I personally am a "sleep princess" - I need it pitch black - I mean pitch black - no blinking red lights or smoke alarms etc, cracks in doors. Our room was perfect for that. The bed itself was pretty comfy and I had the best sleep I've had in hotels for a while. Our room was on the 7th floor and faced the main street - minimal noise interference. it was clean but starting to show wear and tear around the ages - chips, scuffs, peeling chrome. The shower was dire.....it was an apology for water pressure. But that was just our room. Breakfast was average. Its half the price in the Campanille next door and we suspected comes from exactly the same kitchen. We ate in both. All in all - if you get a cheap deal and expect three star quality you won't be disappointed. If you are expecting four star it does not deliver.
Having spent two days at the sister hotel in Krakow we were looking forward to staying in Warsaw. We found our room tired and were disappointed - all round the bath the black mould had not been cleaned off and the room didn't seem to be clean. Whilst we were there we had freak weather so it was really hot. We tried to put the air con on because it was 26 degrees in our room and we couldn't sleep but it would only put out hot air. We complained and asked for it to be repaired, we were told it was October and the air con was no longer in use, it would only give out hot air. When we pointed out how hot it was the receptionist laughed and said she knew but we could always open the window! We were at the front of the hotel, right by a very bust traffic junction and the nice was terrific, especially from the emergency services - police and ambulance sirens constantly going past. We had no choice but to keep the window open but lack of sleep did not bring about an enjoyable stay. One day the bathroom was not cleaned, there were stains where we had left tooth brushes, etc. The breakfast was no where near as good as the Krakow hotel. There was no bacon, but there was always two types of Polish sausage which were highly spiced or garlic. Not to the Brits taste. One morning they ran out of scrambled egg, we kept asking for it but it didn't turn up until we had finished our breakfast. There was also a two slice toaster to accommodate a whole restaurant breakfast run. It was ridiculous trying to use it. Not a good experience.
Very good value for money. Spacious Comfortable rooms with a reasonable bathroom. You can't get ironing boards to your room, instead you must go to a communal room on one of the floors. Not a major complaint from me as it's ready on demand, but something to be aware of. I've stayed at this hotel twice now and will always check them, largely because their pricing is excellent for Warsaw when booked at least 3 weeks in advance.
Very nice business hotel in the city center. The rooms are a good size with desk and everything you need. The gym is very small and more or an exercise room, the menu is good but limited along with the option of a buffet lunch and breakfast. very good but if you pay just a little more you can stay at the Radisson Blu across the road
The hotel was lovely and clean for me and my friend, the staff were very welcoming and attentive. The facilities were very good and the location of the hotel for Warsaw Centre and Old Warsaw was fantastic. I would be very happy and very honoured too stay here again.
This hotel is about an half an hour walk from the old town but a tram route runs nearby. The rooms are reasonably sized and there are the usual facilities but the price of the beer in the hotel is twice that of the bar located round the back. I was satisfied with the breakfast which was self serve. The reception staff were friendly and explained how to get to the old town and whivh trams went there etc.
Stayed here 19-22/09 . This was a 2 centre package booked via the Daily Mail/ Broadway travel. Krakow and Warsaw for 6 nights The Hotel is situated 10 min walk from Central Train station and in a run downs happy area. It is on a large junction with 4 lanes of traffic on every road. The noise was worse than New York. The entrance isn't the most inviting and the reception small. The Reception staff were friendly , helpful and spoke English, they were very helpful explaining directions and how to use the public transport. Unfortunately you need to use this as The Old/New town is quite a distance away. But upside it is very easy to use. Especially on Friday which was ticketless day. Back to the Hotel , the corridors are lit by sensor lighting and takes ages to activate we found ourselves walking along dark corridors , our room was situated on the 3rd floor and at the back, it was very tired looking and small , There was a bed side lamp missing. Only one pillow each on the beds, we rang reception for another pillow on 2 occasions this never arrived. There is Tea/coffee making facilities but no milk , again we asked on 2 occasions for milk but this again never arrived. The bathroom was also shabby and very small , there was only one hook on door so nowhere to hang towels. Nowhere to put out toiletries either. The drain from the sink took at least 5 minutes to empty very noisily!!! The toilet was disgusting! Fortunately we couldn't hear most of the traffic noise except for the constant sirens from emergency vehicles. The room smelled of smoke despite there being a smoke alarm, and couldn't open window which was locked. The breakfasts were just about average. We had evening meal in restaurant one night and this was ok. I do not know how they can class this as a 4 star hotel , It is in need of a lot of renovation. Sorry I can not recommend this hotel.
Stayed here for two nights. Very basic hotel with convenient downstairs parking, ok comfortable and spacious rooms, good sleep quality, overpriced breakfast and more than average friendly staff:) Water in the sink would flush down only in 5 minutes, but the rest was ok. A MUST TO TRY: accross the street there is an old train station, and in there is a great choice of various asian cuisine in that area with many nice trendy people, DJ music etc. I guess it is only in warm season and Thursday-Saturday or Sunday
- Walking distance to Warsaw Uprising Museum
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour fitness center
Located in Centrum within a short walk of Warsaw Uprising Museum, Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Palace of Culture and Science. This 143-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Warsaw, the hotel is also near Lazienki Park and Royal Castle.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
All 143 soundproofed rooms feature refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
At Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for PLN 60 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include 8 meeting rooms, a conference center, and free newspapers.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 602 reviews