Warsaw, a city rich in culture. Warsaw with its magical atmosphere. Sightseeing, relaxation and entertainment. Rich in history for centuries, Warsaw is now a modern and lively metropolis.
Visit the Old Town with the Royal Palace, a UNESCO heritage site. Don't miss the panoramic view from the Palace of Culture and Science. Take a shopping trip in the streets of the Royal Route and don’t forget to sample some Polish cuisine in one of its many restaurants.
The dance floors with live music along the embankment of the Vistula River are the perfect place to end the day with a drink. And if you love the nightlife, you can party in the bars and clubs in the city centre until the early hours.
Warsaw offers its visitors many faces, colours, flavours and aromas. Situated right in the city centre, Residence Diana is the ideal starting point, whatever you decide to see.
The monumental Palace of Culture and Science is one of the tallest buildings in Europe. It houses several museums, cinemas, theatres and cafés. You will find that there is an amazing view of the city from the 30th floor .
This dominant landmark in Warsaw is situated on Defilad Square, some 650 metres from the hotel.
A popular place for tourists and locals is just a pleasant 250-metre walk away from the hotel. You'll find luxury shops and boutiques, restaurants, cafés, bars and nightclubs, as well as countless cultural attractions on this route connecting several streets. From spring to winter you’ll be right at the heart of things on Warsaw’s Royal Route.
The dominant landmark of the historical centreis the perfect place to visit on a romantic stroll or for sightseers. The 13th century Royal Palace is steeped in Polish history. And you can see some of Rembrandt's famous paintings, as well as other valuable works, at the local gallery .
You can find the Ogród Saski public park about a kilometre from the hotel. The locals go running there or come to feed the ducks, but you can also relax in the fresh air on a bench in the shade of the maple trees. Amidst all this greenery, don't miss a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier or enjoy some time sitting by the Marconi fountain.
One of the country’s oldest museums offers a lavish cultural program whatever the weather. You can admire paintings, sculptures, coins and applied art and design here. The museum’s collection contains some 830 000 exhibits from Poland and other countries.
Copernicus Science Centre
Want to relax, have fun, yet still learn something new? The whole family will enjoy the Copernicus Science Centre. It offers exhibitions for visitors of all ages, a planetarium and many other attractions that offer a slightly different view of science.