Hello, I'm posting here because I cant create thread in travel section. I have a conference in Poland next month. I'm one of those people that like to have everything well planned ahead so I decided to ask you few questions. Can you recommend me a good hotel? I would like something cozy and elegant. And the second question: Can you recommend me a place I can take my friends (we are all about 25 up to 30 y.o) to have a drink, eat something good(maybe taste something that Poland is famous of). Any Gentelman's club or Night clubs are welcome.
Do you know good hotel in Warsaw Bonobo, or are there any Varsovians over here that can recommend a good hotel, pubs, café's, restaurants, and night clubs to go out. It is sad that Tufta is gone, he would probably know good addresses in Warsaw.
The Bristol is good, in fact maybe the best. There's also the Marriott, its rival (which has an amazing top floor bar) Depends if you want to be near the old town and the 'going out' area or the station and the business district. Or if you prefer old-world elegance or 90s bling. Both are good. Personally I like the Intercontinental on Emillii Plater that has a 30th floor indoor infinity pool which is a bit like swimming in the sky over the city. Nice bar too, though prices are based on most of their customers getting corporate discounts.
I always recommend the MDM on Plac Konstitucji. Good price, good area, good quality but not as obviously upscale as the other three mentioned.
As for Gentlemen's Clubs, there are none in Warsaw - the OP will need to go to London to find the Atheneum, the Army and Navy, the Royal Overseas Institute, the National Liberal Club etc, however I've noticed a trend for sleazy strip joints/brothels in Poland to put up signs saying "gentleman's club". There are plenty of those in Warsaw, most appearing in the past two or three years. I've no idea which are the best, however any man (or group of men) walking near the junction of Nowy Swiat and Chmielna at any time of the evening (and often daytime too) will be approached by employees and invited in to one of them. Very much at their own risk.
Personally I like the Intercontinental on Emillii Plater that has a 30th floor indoor infinity pool which is a bit like swimming in the sky over the city. Nice bar too, though prices are based on most of their customers getting corporate discounts.
Thanks for this opinion.
BTW, I prefer to avoid pools inside high rise buildings. When they shoot anti-armour bullets into the ceiling beneath such a pool, it can crack and the cascade of water can flush you out of the building. Isn`t it crazy?