Originally when searching for accommodation in Warsaw, I thought that staying in the Old Town would be ideal. When I stumbled upon Hotel Rialto though, located in central Warsaw, my opinion changed. I’d stayed with members of the Preferred Hotels and Resorts before, and knew that the quality of the hotel would be worth the tram ride to the Old Town. Upon opening the door to our suite, I knew we’d made the right decision.
Located on the fifth floor, our suite in Hotel Rialto was absolutely stunning. A spacious common area gave way to a large living room with plush chairs and a beautiful fresh fruit platter awaiting our arrival.
The suite had everything one could need from entertainment equipment to a peaceful work space.
The view out our windows offered views of the Palace of Culture and Science, and a gorgeous sunset to top it off.
If you stay at one hotel in the world and want to be blown away by their breakfast, stay at Hotel Rialto. Unlike most restaurants, this is not a buffet breakfast. It’s restaurant-quality, individually ordered dishes off a set breakfast menu.
The breakfast ranges from Eggs Benedict to porridge with fresh fruit to cottage cheese pancakes and even a filet minion with mushrooms and potatoes.
You could order anything you’d like, and as much as you’d like, off the breakfast menu. As someone who sampled almost everything on the menu, I can say that it was the most delicious breakfast I have ever been served at a hotel, and I could barely walk afterwards! In fact, it may be the best breakfast I have had, period. So, eat up!
If you’re a health-conscious traveler, Hotel Rialto has a spa and gym in-house. The gym is equity with plenty of machines and weights, and is stocked with water and apples for a post-workout snack.
Everything else aside, I hadn’t realized that Hotel Rialto was situated a quick walk from the central bus and train station; this turned out to be incredibly convenient for us as we had come by bus from Riga and were leaving via train to Kraków.
Unfortunately, our trip to Warsaw was a short one. Good news is that I not only know that I’ll be back, but I already know where I will stay too!