Hotel Rialto

Rialto. Real boutique style.

Rated 9.0 in 1177 reviews. 44 rooms.


The boutique 5-star Hotel Rialto is situated just 500 metres from Warsaw Central Railway Station. It features Art Déco interior design, recreational facilities and elegant rooms with an LCD TV. All rooms at the Rialto are air-conditioned and furnished with authentic Art Déco furniture. Each comes with a minibar and a seating area. All have a modern bathroom that comes with free toiletries. Guests are provided with bathrobes. Breakfast is served every morning in the elegant Salto Restaurant. It specialises South American cuisine, including fish, seafood and Argentinian steaks, with modern influences. At the bar guests can enjoy a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as an extensive selection of wines. Front desk staff is available 24 hours a day and can provide guests with concierge service. Guests can relax in a sauna and a steam room, as well as work out in the hotel's fitness centre. Hotel Rialto is conveniently located within a 10-minute drive of Warsaw’s Old Town. Chopin Airport is only 7 km away.

What makes this hotel special?

The hotel is very unique in its style and design. It has been decorated with a great attention to detail, expressing the Art Deco style of Warsaw from 20-ties of last century.
It offers a relaxing and friendly atmosphere, intimacy, great cuisine by the award winning Chef, and does not let the guest feel anonymous with its very personalized service. It is comfortable for both businessmen and romantic couples, welcoming and informal thus very elegant.
The hotel is discretely located in the heart of Warsaw, close to all attractions that the capital has to offer.

What makes the destination worth visiting?

Warsaw is a city with a very rich history, also very vibrant and green, having a lot of attractions to offer with its historical Old Town – UNESCO heritage, beautiful parks, numerous palaces, monuments, museums as well as great restaurants and clubs.
The Warsaw’s Old Town, founded in the late 12th century, was completely destroyed at the end of the WWII. While the Old Town has been rebuilt, it has not lost any of its old world charm. The interesting landmarks are the Cathedral of St. Paul’s and the 17th century Royal Castle. Between the Old Town and the Vistula River you will find the Multimedia Fountain Park. In the summer evenings it captivates with performances of colours and fabulous shapes.

The park and palace complex at Łazienki are one of the most beautiful of this type in Europe. Established in the 17th century, the landscape gardens feature many interesting architectural monuments, with the famous Palace on the Island built for King Stanislaw August Poniatowski – Poland’s last monarch. It served as his summer residence and was famous for the Thursday dinners.
Another attraction is the Warsaw’s landmark in the very center of the city - the Palace of Culture and Science with its unique architecture and an observation deck on the 30th floor with a beautiful view of the entire city.
You may need almost a day to spend at the Warsaw Rising Museum which is one of the must-see things to do in Warsaw. The Museum shows the evidence of the destruction caused by WWII. The Warsaw Rising Museum serves as a memorial to those that were taking part in the uprising of Warsaw during WWII.
Another great historical place to see is the Museum of History of Polish Jews. The Core Exhibition, presenting the thousand-year history of Polish Jews, is scheduled to open in autumn 2014. Its design by the Finnish studio Lahdelma & Mahlamäki was selected in an international competition. In 2008, with the building still under construction, it received the prestigious Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award.
For those interested in the world there is a kingdom called Copernicus Science Museum, inspiring visitors to discover and understand the world through experiments that they can conduct on their own.

Fryderyk Chopin is undoubtedly the best known resident of Warsaw. He spent the first 20 years of his life in the city. Warsaw boasts the world’s largest Chopin memorabilia collection. Completely renovated to mark his 200th birthday in 2010, the Chopin Museum housed in Ostrogski Palace presents 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, 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.

Who is the typical guest at this hotel?

Typical guests at Hotel Rialto are businessmen and discerning tourists, looking for unique and intimate properties with cosy atmosphere, often connoisseurs of Art Deco climate and design.

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