The Intercontinental Warsaw sits in a uniquely shaped building, and is across the street from the Museum of Modern Art, the Palace of Science and Culture, and many shops and restaurants.
Rates were extremely low during my stay, around $80. I am not sure if the hotel is normally priced that low, or if we went during a slow period.
The lobby is on the smaller side, but is elegantly decorated. There was a medical conference going on at the time, so the lobby was usually somewhat congested. There is also a Sixt car rental agency within the hotel.
There is a small café in the hotel, which I did not get the chance to try.
Upon entering the room, the bathroom is to the right. The bathroom itself is fairly large with a lot of space to maneuver.
There is a single sink with plenty of counter space.
A glass enclosed shower with fantastic water pressure and temperature. There are dual shower heads, so you can double your pleasure if you choose.
There is a separate tub, which looked good for soaking after a long day.
The toilet was wedged between the shower and sink.
The hotel featured Agraria bath products, which had a refreshing citrus scent.
The King bed came with four fluffy pillows, and a robe and slippers decorated the bed. The bed was very comfortable, and sleep came with little problems. There was a bench at the foot of the bed as well.
In the corner was a chair and small coffee table.
There was a dresser with a flat screen TV, which was on the smaller side compared to most hotels of similar stature.
Next to the bed was a kettle, the in room safe, tea and glasses.
The closet was spacious and held a luggage rack, ironing board and iron, along with a small chest of drawers.
There was a complimentary bottle of water and Nespresso maker behind the desk.
Service throughout the hotel was very good. All employees were friendly, and we were greeted by the doorman whenever we entered or left the property.
There is a small grocery store located next door, and the main train station is a 5 minute walk from the hotel.
The Intercontinental Warsaw is an area with plenty to do, and I would not hesitate to stay here again in the future.