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One of the most unique Warsaw hotels, the upscale deluxe Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is also amongst the best hotels in Warsaw and welcomes you to the heart of this vibrant, cultural city. Set within the historic Mokrowski Palace, the hotel is a destination in its own right. Expertly...
This is a classy boutique hotel in an excellent location near restaurants, shops, museums and a short walk from the old city square. It doesn't feel like a touristy area at all so you get the best of both worlds.
The hotel has a lovely...More
Our experience at the Le Regina did not meet the 4 to 5 star ranking, but was a solid 3 to 3.5 star hotel. The location is convenient to Old Town (approximately 5-10 minute walk), the rooms were clean, and the breakfast buffet was sufficient....More
Clean, comfortable & convenient.... excellent stay !
The staff was super friendly and very helpful. I’d recommend this hotel as the best location and the beauty of it made it feel very renaissance.....loved it!
We had an excellent, large,well-designed room, extraordinarily quiet, especially considering the convenience of the location, right at the end of a street that leads directly to the old town (Barbakan entrance), and with dozens of restaurants (on a street called Freta). It is an easy...More
Sri for the delay in answering. We did not have breakfast at the hotel. There are within fairly easy walking distance no end of reasonably good options for breakfast. In our experience the Poles do not seem to particularly... More
Sri for the delay in answering. We did not have breakfast at the hotel. There are within fairly easy walking distance no end of reasonably good options for breakfast. In our experience the Poles do not seem to particularly adventurous about their breakfasts and we found nothing inspiring. The choice in and around central Warsaw for Lunch and Dinner is eye wateringly good and the prices are comfortingly cheap - Don't be afraid to go where you see the Poles eating - it should be tellling you something. We didn't understand most of what we ordered by are pretty adventurous and always try the local dishes. We did find a Mexican restaurant which offered great food and prices last seen in the UK thirty years ago though. Experiment - I doubt you'll be disappointed.