When holidaying in Warsaw, visitors to the Hotel Rialto will be able to enjoy a stylish and luxurious experience in the city’s first boutique hotel. Established in 2003, the hotel has been designed to reflect the architectural and artistic traditions of interior decor in old Warsaw, being located in a fully-restored early 20th-century tenement house at the intersection of the Wilcza and Emilii Plater streets.
Its art deco exterior is reflected in the interior design of the 44 rooms and apartments, all of which are equipped with original auction-bought furnishings from the 1920s, while also sporting flourishes such as stained glass windows, bakelite light switches and an elevator that replicates those seen on the legendary Stefan Batory cruise ship. However, even if the decor and ambiance is meant to evoke the early 20th century, the services and amenities are everything one would expect from a 21st century five-star hotel.
The Rialto offers deluxe single, executive double and one-bedroom suites to suit all tastes, while the on-site Salto restaurant allows visitors to experience authentic South American dishes and flavours cooked up by head chef Martin Gimenez Castro. Since the hotel is located in the city centre, it provides easy access to many of the most important and popular points of interest in Warsaw, including cultural monuments, business and entertainment centres, and tourist attractions. When they are not out and about, guests can enjoy a wide range of on-premise facilities, including an aromatherapy centre, a fitness room and a sauna, while a concierge service is also on hand to provide assistance, advice and general time-saving support.
Business visitors, meanwhile, can take advantage of Hotel Rialto’s Lido and Astoria conference rooms, which are ideally equipped for business meetings, conferences and presentations, with media playback devices, loudspeakers, screens and air conditioning systems built into each room. All of these features help make Hotel Rialto one of the best and most welcoming places to stay in Warsaw, whether you’re there for business, pleasure or both.