Exclusive Hotel Bristol is located in the heart of Warsaw at Krakowskie Przedmieście Street. It is the oldest operating hotel in the capital. Hotel Bristol captivates with luxury, neo-Renaissance façade and Art Nouveau interiors. The author of the building is the Polish architect Władysław Marconi who, based on the design of Tadeusz Stryjeński and Franciszek Mączyński, created this architectural work of the beginning of the 20th century.
The Bristol Hotel's official opening took place in the 1901 year. It was then the most modern building in the city, for the construction of which, for the first time in Warsaw, refractory reinforced concrete ceilings were used. The hotel had its own power plant, central heating, ventilation and fire hydrants, as well as 11 elevators. One of them - Crystal, designed for guests, took up to 8 people on all 4 floors of the building. Some of the rooms had their own bathroom and toilet. The hotel also installed 6 telephone numbers.
After regaining independence, political debates took place here, also with Ignacy Paderewski.
During the German occupation, only the Germans stayed at the Bristol Hotel. The building was not seriously damaged during the Warsaw Uprising. After the war, it was renovated in the style of then-fashionable socialist realism and again served as a hotel, serving mainly foreign tourists.
The luxury hotel slowly declined, until a long-term renovation was decided. The restored Hotel Bristol was put into use in the 1993 year, and the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher attended the opening ceremony.
After many years, the interior renovation was again carried out, which ended in 2013 year and from now the Hotel Bristol belongs to the prestigious hotel chain - A Luxury Collection.
During its long history, the exclusive Hotel Bristol was visited by world-renowned guests. In the years 30 of the twentieth century Wojciech Kossak had his studio here, and his paintings hung in one of the restaurant rooms. During his stays in Warsaw, Jan Kiepura stayed at the Hotel Bristol and gave concerts to his faithful fans.
Hotel Bristol in Krakowskie Przedmieście is a pearl of architecture from the beginning of the 20th century. Its neo-Renaissance façade and Art Nouveau interiors still enchant with its beauty.
This luxury hotel has 165 comfortably furnished rooms and as many as 41 apartments. Guests can use the Marconi Restaurant and Cafe Bristol, as well as enjoy cocktails in the Column Bar.
Restaurants and bars
The hotel Restaurant Marconi serves delicious dishes by the chef Michał Tkaczyk.
Cafe Bristol invites you to wonderful desserts and sweet starters, and also offers coffee from around the world.
The Column Bar is a climatic place where you can try original drinks and coktails.
The exclusive Hotel Bristol has elegant conference rooms decorated with Art Deco details and offers services at the highest level.
Rooms at the Bristol Hotel
Classic rooms are proposed for guests who value comfort and convenience. The specially designed interior combines timeless elegance with modern design. The rooms have a separate space for work and rest, and the windows offer a magnificent view of the Presidential Palace, park or patio.
Rooms of this type have a separate day zone and a part for rest with one large bed or two separate ones. Luxuriously furnished rooms have windows facing the Presidential Palace, Krakowskie Przedmieście or a patio.
The comfortable Bristol Executive rooms are designed in a quiet zone of the hotel,
where, in addition, the view from the window onto the green patio affects relaxation. In addition to the zone with a King bed, there is also a daytime living area, equipped with an additional sofa and a small table.
The modern interior design of the apartment combined with Art Deco details creates a unique atmosphere. There is a bedroom with a separate living room or living room. The windows overlook the Krakowskie Przedmieście or an elegant patio.
These apartments provide guests with relaxation and rest in an extremely calm atmosphere. The windows of the spacious bedroom and elegant living room overlook the park or the green patio.
Apartments of this type consist of a stylishly furnished bedroom and a living room, they are also equipped with an additional wardrobe. The windows overlook the park or Krakowskie Przedmieście.
Apartments of this type have been designed with attention to every detail. For guests who value luxury, a bedroom with a dressing room, a spacious living room, a dining room and a seating area. The corner location allows you to enjoy the view of Krakowskie Przedmieście and the park.
At guests' disposal was a luxurious apartment composed of two separate bedrooms with a wardrobe and a spacious living room with dining room. The windows offer a unique view of Krakowskie Przedmieście and the park.
An exceptionally luxurious apartment consisting of two separate bedrooms, a dressing room and a spacious living room and dining room. Behind the windows there is a unique view of Krakowskie Przedmieście and the park.