Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre

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Warsaw Hotel
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Total meeting space3,000 sq. m
Guest rooms314
Grzybowska 63
Warsaw 00-844

Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre

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Warsaw Hotel

Need dates

  • 04/06/202004/09/2020
  • 04/27/202004/28/2020
  • 05/11/202005/15/2020




World Travel Award Poland's Leading Business Hotel 2017 World Travel Award Poland's Leading Conference Hotel 2017 World Travel Award Poland's Leading Hotel Suite 2017 World Travel Awards 2013 & 2015: Poland's Leading Business Hotel World Travel Awards 2014: Poland's Leading Hotel Suite Aimia Passion for Excellence Award 2014 Business Superbrands 2014/15 2014 & 2015 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Whirlpool

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space3,000 sq. m
Meeting rooms17
Largest room1,896 sq. m
Second largest room1,406 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms314
Double (2 beds)94
Tax rate8%




Local Attractions

Palace of Culture & Science

Historical landmark
1 mi. away
The Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in Poland. It has over 3000 rooms. The big attraction is a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace. The Palace of Culture and Science was built between 1952 and 1955; it was a "gift of the Soviet people to the Polish nation", offered by Joseph Stalin himself. The architect was Lew Rudniew. The Palace is the highest building in Poland, standing at 230.5 m (which is 42 floors) with an area of 817,000 m2 and has over 3,000 rooms, including offices, institution headquarters and the Polish Academy of Sciences. Moreover, the Palace has a post office, cinema, swimming pool, museums, libraries and theaters. The palace is one of the largest conference facilities in Warsaw, comfortably accommodating more than 4,500 participants at a time, at dozens of meetings and training conferences annually. The Congress Hall (Sala Kongresowa) and Concert Hall (Sala Koncertowa) are without a doubt among the most important concert halls in Poland. The former is by far the bigger of the two: it can accommodate up to 2,880 persons, while the second holds only 550 people, but is now one of the best-equipped in the country in terms of modern technology. The Congress Hall has seen numerous prestigious acts of guest artists over the years, such as Marlene Dietrich, Procol Harum, Bruce Springsteen, Cesaria Evora, The Rolling Stones, Woody Allen with his band and many other international artists. It has been known for many years now as the home of jazz in Poland. The big attraction for tourists and residents is the 'trzydziestka', a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace (at a height of 114 m), where you can admire the gorgeous panorama of Warsaw. On New Year’s Eve, 2000, the Palace of Culture and Science unveiled the second-largest clock in Europe: its four discs are each 6 m in diameter, and it is highest clock tower in the world.
Plac Defilad 1
Warsaw, PL 00-901

Warsaw Rising Museum

3 minutes away
Museum located in former trams power station was open for public on the 60th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising. One of the main attractions is a replica of the bomber Liberator B-24J. The Warsaw Rising Museum is one of the most visited places in Warsaw. Opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in the city, it is a tribute to those who fought and died for a free Poland and its capital. The exhibition shows the struggle of everyday life before and during the Warsaw Uprising and the horror of occupation – which was a complex international situation – to the post-war communist terror and the fate of insurgents in the PRL. Images and sounds present the days prior to the outbreak of the Uprising, its subsequent phases, as well as the insurgents’ exit and their subsequent fate. With an area of over 3,000 meters, there are nearly 1,000 exhibits and 1,500 photographs and films. The heart of the Museum is a steel monument, passing through all the floors of the building. On its walls is engraved the Uprising's calendar of events, and the sound of a heartbeat which can be heard from inside symbolizes the life of Warsaw in 1944. A special attraction is the Museum tower, with a beautiful view of Warsaw and Freedom Park with the Memorial Wall, on which are engraved the names of more than 10,000 insurgents who died during battle. In the central part of the wall the ‘Monter’ bell is hung: weighing 230 kg, it is dedicated to General Antoni Chruściel. From August 1st, visitors can see the 3D movie ‘The City of Ruins’. It is the simulation of the Liberator plane flights over destroyed Warsaw in 1945.
ul Grzybowska 79
Warsaw, PL

Fryderyk Chopin Museum

2 mi. away
Housed in Ostrogski Palace (Pałac Ostrogskich), strikingly situated on the Vistula escarpment, it is a baroque-classical jewel of a building. The Museum’s beginnings date back to the 1930s: in 1935, the Chopin Institute (as it was called then), founded by prominent representatives of culture, began to purchase and collect several valuable manuscripts from the composer’s relatives. As such, the museum’s exhibits make up the world’s richest and most varied collection of memorabilia related to both Chopin as an individual, and his work. The collection includes manuscripts and printed copies of Chopin’s works, his correspondence, autographs, notes, works of art, personal items belonging to the composer and his piano. There are also some extremely valuable and moving exhibits on show, most notably the post-mortem face mask, and a cast of his hand. The newly-opened museum in the renovated Ostrogski Palace is the most modern biographical museum in Europe. Multimedia exhibitions and touch screens – here the real world meets the virtual. The ticket to enter this magical world is an electronic card; by using it, one may hear commentary and information in several languages, and listen to music. No matter if you are a tourist, a musicologist, or even a child – everyone will find something to interest them. This museum was specifically designed so that everyone can create their own sightseeing route and itinerary, in accordance with their personal interests. The entire exhibition consists of 15 rooms, each one creating a separate ‘mini-museum’. You can thus see and experience how Chopin lived: take a stroll through Warsaw, then enjoy ‘his Paris’, listen to the twittering birds in Nohant, inhale the scent of violets – Chopin’s favourite flowers, meet some women from his life, sense when the composer was displeased, listen to his works… and finally, enter the room of death, which is designed as a big black box.
ul. Okolnik 1
Warsaw, PL

Museum Palace at Wilanow

Historical landmark
8 mi. away
One of the most precious monuments of Polish Baroque built for King Jan III Sobieski. The garden is the 'frame' of Palace. The Wilanów Palace is one of the most precious monuments of Polish Baroque. Built for King Jan III Sobieski at the end of the 17th century and gradually expanded by successive owners, it represents an unusual combination of a traditional Polish court with an Italian rural villa and a French chateau. The interiors of the palace, with their original design and decadent furniture, represent three style eras. The oldest, Baroque royal apartments are located in the main building, while the south wing represents an 18th century style and the more modern rooms, decorated by the Potocki family in the 19th century, are in the northern wing. The Crimson Hall, the Cabinet of the Etruscans, the Lapidary and the pre-Gallery Cabinet are all part of the historical museum founded in 1805. The first floor houses the Polish Portrait Gallery of Works from the 16th to the 19th centuries, with portraits of kings, representatives of great aristocratic families, distinguished Poles and cultural figures. Among them, characteristic Polish coffin portraits and Sarmatian Counterfeits are also displayed. The two-level garden is the 'frame' of Wilanów Palace, and somehow manages to combine a stylish Baroque garden, a romantic English-Chinese park, an English landscape park and a neo-Renaissance garden into a stylish and harmonious whole. The eastern part of the grounds are surrounded by a lake, the southern end of which has a cascading water feature, and the whole of the garden is decorated with sculptures, fountains and miniature samples of architecture.
ul Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16
Warsaw, PL 02-958

University of Warsaw Library

2 mi. away
The BUW building was opened in December of 1999. This ultra-modern library consists of two buildings: the front lobby area (the so-called Rogal) and the main section. These two sections are connected by a small passage – almost a little street, actually – which is covered by a glass roof. Parts of the ground floor are rented by commercial institutions. The entrance of the library building proper is dominated by a large open book with the inscription 'Hinc Omnia'; the library itself consists of four floors. Guests and book-lovers have direct access to the main part of the library's bounty, which can be reached through the sides of the building – meaning that students occupying the central areas are not disturbed by visitors. The library offers all visitors unrestricted access to study desks; these may be small tables, individual work stations, or completely isolated small rooms, which can be rented for a few days or even a number of weeks. Whilst in the library, drop by the Polish Poster Gallery (Galeria Plakatu Polskiego), which exhibits original post-war posters, some of which are very rare and valuable. The collection has about 7,000 pieces including movie, theater, entertainment and political posters. In the gallery you may first admire the originals, and then buy copies of posters by outstanding Polish graphic artists such as Henryk Tomaszewski, Andrzej Pągowski, Jan Lenica, Jan Młodożeniec, Franciszek Starowieyski and many, many others. The biggest attraction is the BUW's roof garden, which spreads over an area of more than 1 hectare, making it one of the largest and most beautiful roof gardens in Europe. The garden is open to the general public (although it is enclosed) and is the perfect resting place not only for students or researchers, but also for Warsaw residents and tourists. The garden consists of two parts: the upper area is 2,000 m2, and the lower area is 15,000 m2, linked by a fountain of cascading water. Plant-lovers will find much to admire, and those looking for a great view of the city will not be disappointed: from the deck, you get a sweeping view of Warsaw, the Vistula river and the Świętokrzyski Bridge. The garden’s visitors can also see directly inside the library through special windows, or the glass roof itself.
ul. Dobra 56/66
Warsaw, PL

Old Town

Historical landmark
1 mi. away
Historic centre and oldest part of the city, it is also a living, breathing cultural salon. Founded in the 13th century as the prince's castle, it is surrounded by walls. During World War II, 90% of it was destroyed, but thanks to its excellent restoration and recovery, in 1980 it was granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Culture. Currently, it is a lively place, bustling with tourists and locals, and full of galleries, cafés and restaurants.
Warsaw, PL

Various clubbing venues

2 mi. away
There are various clubbing venues in close proximity of the Hotel
Warsaw, PL

Royal Castle

Historical landmark
2 mi. away
Built in the 13th century, this castle served as residence of Mazovian princes. Once the capital was moved to Warsaw from Krakow, the castle served as seat of the king and the government. The castle has been renovated repeatedly and destroyed completely during World War II. It was rebuilt between 1971-1988 using castle remains and rubble. Today, the segment with the clock tower opens the way to the Old Town. Museum attractions include two original Rembrandt paintings as well as works by Bernard Bellotto, aka Canaletto, court painter to Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski. Canaletto’s paintings were vital during Warsaw’s post-war reconstruction. On the Vistula side are the recently renovated Kubicki Arcades which support the foundations and the cliffs and give the structure its shape. Following the 1831 Uprising they were used as stables and barracks, and then as garages. The arcades are original, as they were not destroyed during World War II. Currently they house an archaeological exhibit and pension.
Plac Zamkowy 4
Warszawa, PL 00-277

Distance from airport

  • 8 km from venue

Affiliated Organizations


Welcome to Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre in the capital of Poland, just 25 minutes by foot from the historic Old Town and only 20 minutes by car from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport. The hotel is perfectly situated within walking distance of restaurants and shops, and puts leisure and business travellers within easy reach of attractions like the Royal Castle, the Palace of Culture and Science, the Copernicus Science Centre, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum, the Warsaw Rising Museum and the beautiful Lazienki Park. The conference hotel houses state-of-the-art event space suited to weddings, international exhibitions, business meetings, workshops, seminars, banquets and private galas. Host an elegant party at the stunning Warsaw Hall venue, taste fine dining at Meza restaurant, or enjoy a visit to the Holmes Place Premium Club & Spa with large indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and sauna.


High season
Jun 1 – Jun 26
May 6 – May 31
Sep 2 – Oct 23
Shoulder season
Mar 1 – Mar 31
Apr 1 – May 5
Low season
Jan 1 – Feb 29
Dec 15 – Dec 31
Jul 1 – Aug 31

Cancellation Policy

All terms & conditions will vary depending on the details of the request.

Additional Information

Set in Warsaw’s thriving business district, Hilton Warsaw provides an ideal setting to relax. Retreat to a contemporary guest room or deluxe room. Relax with a movie on the flat screen TV or catch up on work with internet access. Internet access is available in all areas of the hotel. Indulge in a corner suite or executive room with panoramic city views and Executive Lounge access. The Executive Lounge offers complimentary breakfast and refreshments. Unwind after a busy day at the contemporary Pistaccio Lobby Bar & Lounge boasting floor-to-ceiling city views. Indulge in coffee, cognac or a malt whisky before sampling Polish and international cuisine at Meza Restaurant. Enjoy Batida pastry shop or try delicious food & cocktails at our seasonal Piazza Lounge & Grill.