Warsaw is an exciting city to stay in these days, with Poland’s transformation since the Cold War being one of the most dramatic and successful of any eastern European nation. One of the notable features of this has been the establishment of a number of top-class hotels, particularly in Warsaw as the city has developed.
The Malmaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is one of these hotels, with a fantastic city centre location and truly wonderful food being part of the attraction. Featuring 58 rooms and three fine suites, each with its own unique decor, this great hotel is situated on the historic Mokrowski Palace, one of the most historic buildings in Warsaw. Not many hotels can claim to actually be part of an attraction.The other city centre attractions are all nearby, including the UNESCO world heritage site of Warsaw’s old town, the Royal Route including Holy Cross Church, where the composer Chopin’s heart is entombed. Also nearby is Lazieni Park with its Chopin monument, while the zoo, Palace of Culture and Science plus a load of other historic attractions are all within easy reach. Many of them can be enjoyed on the tourist tramway.
Warsaw also has many good places to eat out, but those staying at the Malmaison have the best of all reasons to dine at the hotel, with the L Rotisserie Restaurant being truly outstanding. La Rotisserie is a perfect haunt for food-lovers who enjoy sampling fusion cuisine. It blends together French, Italian and Polish culinary influences to produce some unique but sensationally tasty dishes. Renowned chef Pawel Oszczyk and his team have created a wonderful range that extends from hot and cold starters to magnificent mains and superlative desserts. Add some fine wines, liqueurs, teas, coffees and after dinner cigars and the experience will be a truly memorable one. With the restaurant being open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, many guests will conclude they won’t want to eat anywhere else.