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Take off to Warsaw, the Polish capital. Our Première Classe budget hotel enjoys an ideal location giving you easy access to the city. Also take advantage of modern rooms, parking, Wi-Fi and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. Comfortable and affordable travel.

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Indulge yourself in our Première Classe hotels in Warsaw. You will discover the Première Classe experience from the moment you arrive: affordable, friendly and comfortable hotels. Bright, modern spaces. Everything you need for a good night's sleep at a low price.


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What to do in Warsaw?

A short stay in Warsaw
Week-long visit to Warsaw
Discover Warsaw with your family
Planning to go to Warsaw for a weekend? For this short stay, check out the essentials of the capital. The old town (Stare Miasto) is a delight, with its cobblestone streets and its historical monuments. The Royal Castle and Lazienki Park represent the symbols of the city. Extend your walk to the Palace of Culture and Science, with panoramic views, and to the Uprising Museum. Do you have some free time left? Close to your hotel, discover Wilanow Palace, the summer residence of kings John III Sobieski and Augustus II.
A week in Warsaw is ideal for admiring all the treasures close to your Première Classe hotel. This gives you time to stroll around the palaces, parks, and museums. Walk around the old town to your heart’s content. Here you come across the heart of Chopin, the markets, cemeteries, important places of remembrance for the city. Also break up your excursions with delicious stops by trying the local gourmet cuisine. If you would like to continue your trip in Poland, make a stop in Wroclaw. Its marketplace is simply sublime.
Starting from your Première Classe hotel room, countless activities await you to enjoy Warsaw with family. Want to spend time outdoors? Dash off to the zoological park, home to around 4,000 animals. The parks and banks of the Vistula also make for lovely outings. Are you with budding scientists? Suggest to them a trip to the Copernicus Science Center. Experiments and hands-on experience make it a fun outing. For lovers of history and heritage, go back in time with a visit to the castle, not far from the hotel.
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Gourmet trip to Poland

Start your gourmet day by enjoying breakfast at your Première Classe hotel. After a walk or some sightseeing, give in to the local gourmet cuisine. Among the culinary specialties, you won’t want to miss the soups, a true institution. The most popular of which is bortsch, a hot soup with fermented beets. There are also many other iconic dishes, such as pierogis. These kind of raviolis can be stuffed with potato, meat, cheese, vegetables, and more. Want a dessert? Sernik is the Polish cheesecake!
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The top events in Warsaw

Warsaw is home to a host of events to discover during your stay at our Première Classe hotel. In the heart of the city of Chopin, the unmissable international festival “Chopin and his Europe” is held in August-September. Classical music concerts are also on the agenda at Lazienki Park. If you are passionate about music, you also won’t want to miss the International Open Air Jazz Festival, with its sounds filling the old town during the summer. The International Book Fair and the International Film Festival make Warsaw a cultural capital.
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Anecdote about Warsaw

In the Old Town Square and on the Warsaw coats of arms, you may have perhaps encountered a strange mermaid. Legend says that a mermaid, adapted to the city’s banks, set free the fish from fishermen’s nets. Charmed by her singing, they made do with the situation. One day, a merchant captured her so that he could benefit from the prodigy.* At the sound of her crying, a group of fishermen set her free. The mermaid thus promised them protection; that is why she is represented with a shield and sword.