Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw

Warsaw Hotel
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ChainRadisson Hotel Group
Brand
Radisson Blu
Built2002
Renovated
Total Meeting Space590 sq. m
Guest Rooms311
Grzybowska 24
Warsaw 00-132

Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw

Warsaw Hotel
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Ratings

Northstar
4

Awards

2016 - 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner 2015 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame-Certificate of Excellence for 5 years

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • Voicemail Box

Facilities

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service

Services

  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Equipment

  • Dance Floor
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space590 sq. m
Meeting Rooms8
Largest Room346 sq. m
Second Largest Room294 sq. m
Exhibit Space200 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms311
Singles (1 Bed)191
Doubles (2 Beds)120
Suites19

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Nearby


Local Attractions

Skwer I Dywizji Pancernej

Shopping
10 minutes away
Opened in 2007 the Złote Tarasy Shopping Center is located in the heart of the city - just next to the Main Railways Station of Warsaw. Customers can find over 200 shops, 40 restaurants and 8 cinema halls, Fitness Center and underground car parking.
Złota 59
Warsaw, PL 00-120

Royal Castle

Historical Landmark
2 km away
The Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski) dates back to the 14th century when a tower and wooden buildings stood here. The construction of the Castle in its current form began towards the end of the 16th century. King Sigismund III. (Zygmunt III.) ordered the expansion shortly after Warsaw became the capitol of Poland in 1596. Later the castle was expanded several times. King Wladyslaw IV. built the Wladyslawowska Tower (in the courtyard) and King August III remodeled the outside of the castle facing towards the Vistula and the wing facing towards the north. The largest modifications were done by Poland’s last King Stanislaw August Poniatowski after he came to power in 1764. He changed several things inside the castle and built the south wing. In the Second World War a huge part of the castle was damaged in 1939, later in 1944 the remaining parts were destroyed. Today’s Royal Castle is a reconstruction of the old castle. Fortunately lots of original details can still be seen today as they had been kept at a secure location during the war. The decision to rebuild the castle came in 1971, so that the reconstruction took around 50 years from its destruction.
Plac Zamkowy 4
Warsaw, PL 02-277

Multimedia Fountain Park

Park
4 km away
Multimedia Fountain Park in summer season (from May until September) presents a water, light and sounds show after the sunset (21:30 - 22:00). 367 water jets create a spectacular free of charge show with different themes.
Skwer I Dywizji Pancernej
Warsaw, PL 00-221

Lazienki Park

Park
4 km away
King Stanisław August Poniatowski engaged outstanding architects – Dominic Merlini and Jan Christian Kamsetzer – to create his summer mansion. Beautiful facilities in the classical style: the Palace on the Island, the Amphitheatre, the White House and the Old Orangery with King Stanisław’s Theatre are the effects of their work. Renowned painters and sculptors created unique interior which housed the collections of exquisite pieces of art. These structures are surrounded by beautiful gardens, diversified in terms of style. The whiteness of the Palace on the Island is reflected in the gloomy waters of the pond. The park is intersected by numerous channels. Romantic bridges lead to shadowy avenues being the place of rest in hot summer days. Peacocks stroll dignified on the Palace’s courtyard. Lush vegetation, including the specimen of rare trees and bushes, supplements splendid architectural facilities. Fryderyk Chopin monument, next to which concerts are organized in the summer, is located in the park. The Varsovians have an opportunity to watch theatre performances or movie shows. The Old Orangery houses numerous exhibitions. The place is visited by crowds of citizens and tourists.
Łazienki Królewskie
Warsaw, PL 01-999

The Polin Museum

Museum
2 km away
The Polin Museum is dedicated to telling the history of Polish Jews, situated in what was once the heart of Jewish Warsaw. This area was later turned into a ghetto by the Nazi’s during World War II. Today, the museum sits at the center of a significant location in the Polish capital, close to Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. These all present a different chapter in the story of the Polish Jews, creating a memorable, transformative and thought-provoking experience.
Anielewicza 6
Warsaw, PL 00-157

Chopin's Museum

Museum
2 km away
Opened on March 1st, 2010, definitely one of the most modern and hi-tech museums in the world, Fryderyk Chopin Museum presents the viewers with wide spectrum of various exhibits documenting Chopin’s life and work. Placed in the historic Ostrogski Castle and covering 4,600 m2, the museum allows you to step back in time to fully experience the atmosphere of the past. Led by a chip card, your very own electronic tour guide, you immerse in Chopin’s reality for as long as you wish - there are four tour options that vary in length. Thanks to the technology used by the designers, every visitor is able to experience with all senses even the most fugitive aspects of Chopin’s everyday life, such as street noises or the smell of violets - the composer’s most favourite flowers. The futuristic interior, spiked with electronics, leaves enough room for the past nonetheless - there are rooms in the museum designed as true copies of those Chopin used to live in. The creators of the museum thought not only of the adult visitors but of children as well. There is a place created especially for the youngest ones, full of modern, attention - attracting appliances, aimed at triggering kids’ interest in Chopin’s music. During your visit, you will be able to view a selection of over 5,000 exhibits stored in the museum, namely: autographs, first editions of Chopin’s works, his correspondence, souvenirs, documents, important editions of the composer’s compositions, pictures, graphics and sculptures. Those interested in other, non-musical aspects of Chopin’s life will find it exciting to be able to see the articles of daily use once owned by him, such as a pencil, his notes, a plate, a gold watch as well as more unusual souvenirs - a strand of composer’s hair or a dried twig collected during his funeral. The Museum is truly unique for the fact of offering visitors almost tailor-made sightseeing routes with their personal, electronic tour guides, so that (apart from the obvious educational aspect) the visit to the museum becomes a value and adventure in itself.
Okólnik 1
Warsaw, PL 00-368

Wilanow Palace

Park
8 km away
The Palace is one of the most beautiful monuments of the Polish Baroque architecture, a museum of interiors and a collection of European and Oriental art. Built in the second half of the 17th century, the Palace initially served as a summer Royal residence of one of the greatest Polish monarchs - King John III Sobieski. Decorativeness of both the facades and the luxurious – recently restored - interiors fully accords with the unspoiled beauty of its surrounding nature. The Wilanów Park embraces several types of historical gardens: Baroque, English-Chinese, landscape and the magical rose garden.
Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16
Warsaw, PL 02-958

Distance from Airport

  • 8.8 km from Venue

Parking

  • Complimentary Parking
  • Valet Parking

More

Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw, is conveniently located in the heart of the business district and tourist quarter of Warsaw, the five-star Radisson BLU Centrum Hotel welcomes both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is close to the Palace of Science and Culture and the Warsaw Central Station, and just a 20-minute drive from the airport. The Radisson BLU Centrum Hotel offers some of the finest conference facilities in the city with eight meeting rooms spread over 588 sq meters.

Additional Information

Nominated as: 2010 Poland's Leading Business Hotel Our hotel has received the Safehotels Executive certificate – the first hotel in Central and Southern Europe to achieve this. Radisson Blu Centrum has been a recipient of the Green Key eco-label since 2010. Green Key is the largest worldwide eco-label for hotels. It is an external recognition of this hotel’s environmental actions in energy and water savings, waste management, environmental management and guest involvement. A Family Friendly Hotel certificate – amenities for children, including high chairs in restaurants, bottle warmers, cots

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