The capital will soon regain Hotel Warszawa. The five-star hotel located in the restored Prudential is delightful.
One of the most anticipated projects on the Warsaw hotel market is entering the final stage of implementation. After years of complex renovations, the legendary Prudential at Plac Powstańców Warszawy will soon be opened to the capital. Once the renovation works are completed, the luxurious Hotel Warszawa will be opened.
The building of the Prudential Insurance Company, built between 1931 and 1933, has become an iconic landmark in Warsaw. The art deco building was the tallest structure in Poland and the second tallest in Europe. In the 1950s, the building already served as a hotel. Under the now restored name of Hotel Warszawa, it offered guests 375 rooms, a restaurant, a café and a club. The renovation, which will soon be completed, started in 2010 and was interrupted due to the construction of the second metro line. Work resumed at the turn of 2015/2016.
The new Hotel Warszawa will offer 147 five-star rooms. They will be divided into six categories – Standard two-person with an area of 35 sq m, standard four-person with an area of 50 sq m, Standard area: 60 sq m, an eighty-meter Delux apartment, and a Presidential Apartment with an area of 160 sq m, which is located on the top floor of the building. Guests of the room have access to the observation deck located on the roof.
The hotel will also feature two restaurants, conference rooms, a wellness area with a swimming pool and a spa. According to Expedia, the cost of Standard rooms will start from PLN 550 per day, and Deluxe from PLN 1,345.
The owner of the hotel is the Likus family, which purchased the property from Polimex-Mostostal in 2009. Leszek Likus is responsible for the interior design of the luxury hotel. The graphic design, including the logo, was prepared by Marianna Stuhr, from a family known in show business.