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More about Warsaw

Warsaw lies at the heart of Poland, which itself is at the heart of Europe, making it an ideal location for hosting international business events.

As the business, scientific, political, and cultural hub of the Central and Eastern Europe Region, the Polish capital offers an impressive infrastructure for event organizers and plenty of attractions to explore, including the atmospheric Old Town.

Our venues in Warsaw

Perfectly located for both international and domestic business meetings

Warsaw is easily accessible, with two international airports providing direct flights to over 180 destinations. Most flights to Warsaw land at Chopin Airport, about 10 kilometers from the center with regular bus and train services into the city. 
Warsaw Modlin Airport is around 35 kilometers northwest of the city center. Koleje Mazowieckie trains into the city center depart from Modlin railway station, which can be reached by a special airport bus that leaves from the airport terminal at times coordinated with the train timetable. 
Warsaw is also well connected by rail. The city has three large railway stations offering international and domestic long-distance routes.

Things to do with your group

  • Discover Warsaw’s beautiful Old Town, restored after being destroyed during World War II. 
  • Don’t miss the moving Uprising Museum, dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. It's one of Poland's top cultural must-see attractions. 
  • Walk the Royal Route, encompassing five connecting streets on which many of Warsaw’s historic landmarks are located, including the Royal Castle, Łazienki Palace, and Wilanów Palace. 
  • Visit the National Museum, one of the largest and oldest museums in the country that features over 800,000 exhibits 
  • Get a taste of Poland’s finest and most famous chocolate during a tour of the Wedel Factory 
  • Explore Royal Łazienki Park, home to palaces, pavilions, orangeries, an amphitheater, a planetarium, water features, and monuments of national standing.

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We’re committed to environmental sustainability, which is why we offset the carbon footprint for every event taking place in our hotels at no cost to you.