In the heart of the city- Crowne Plaza Warsaw – The HUB

Welcome to Warsaw’s newly emerging business district. In the heart of one of the most dynamically developing
areas in the city centre, the four-star Crowne Plaza Warsaw- The Hub offers modern accommodation,
convenient access
to most important landmarks and superb food and beverage services.

Whether you travel on business or pleasure, the direct access to the underground station
will allow you to experience the beautiful city of Warsaw fast and efficiently.
Right next to the hotel, you will find not only tram and bus stops but also Veturilo
city bike rental stations.

Our team at the hotel Reception will be happy to recommend the best museums and art galleries.
In the hotel lobby, you can find maps and tourist brochures and below, please find some of our top picks for sightseeing!

After a day full of  exciting sightseeing, the stylish interiors of the rooms at the Crowne Plaza Warsaw- The HUB will ensure the best rest.
Check which room or suite you like best and book directly!

 

The popular Warsaw Rising Museum is just a 5 minute walk from the hotel.
This interactive museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought
and died for independent Poland and its free capital.
The permanent exhibition depicts fighting and everyday life
during the Rising 1943. Visitors are guided through
the subsequent stages of the Rising until the time
when the Insurgents left Warsaw.

POLIN Museum

The POLIN Museum, winner of the European Museum of the Year in 2016,
tells the story of 1000- year history of Polish Jews. The exhibition takes visitors
for a journey through the centuries of the Jewish presence, restoring the memory
and rich heritage they left on Polish grounds. Antique objects, paintings, interactive exhibits,
reconstructions and video installations will bring you closer to their fascinating history.
More information on opening hours and tickets – HERE.

Palace of Culture and Science

Palace of Culture and Science is the best known and the tallest building in Warsaw.
Visible from almost any place in Warsaw, the Palace has a panoramic observation deck,
which allows you to admire the city views from a height of 114 meters.
Constructed in 1955 by Russian workers, it was a symbol of socialist power.
Nowdays, the Palace is home to theatres, a cinema, museums and stylish bars.

Old Town

Visiting the Old Town and walking down the Royal Route is a must before going home.
A UNESCO World Heritage site charms with its narrow streets and exceptional atmosphere.
The statue of a mermaid- the official symbol of the city stands there, in the Market Square,
while some of the most representative buildings lines the famous Krakowskie Przedmiescie
and Nowy Swiat streets.

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum

Fryderyk Chopin is one of the most famous Varsovians and a trip to his museum is a must
on any visit to Warsaw. It is located in the historic Ostrogski Palace and is one of the most
modern biographical museums in Europe. The exhibits and multimedia displays tell the story
of the life and the work of the composer.
More information on opening hours and tickets – HERE.

The Royal Łazienki Park

The complex was King Stanisław August’s summer residence, in which a classicist architecture
is harmoniously blended with its natural surroundings featuring fabulous gardens.
From spring to late autumn, the gardens are abundant with flowers. Squirrels and peacocks
as well as ducks and swans are also among the park’s attractions. Here, one can not only rest
while watching nature but also deepen one’s knowledge of the ideas of the Enlightenment
by visiting such gems of the European architecture as:

  • The Palace on the Isle, one of the most valuable Polish historical buildings, housing the Royal Picture Gallery
  • The Old Orangery, housing the Royal Sculpture Gallery with plaster copies of the most famous sculptures of the ancient world, and the Royal Theatre – one of the few original European 18th century court theatres;
  • The White Pavilion, a unique monument of 18th-century residential architecture in Poland;
  • The Myślewicki Palace, in which original polychromes by Jan Bogumił Plersch were preserved, including views of Rome and Venice, and the picturesquely located Amphitheatre.

If you visit Warsaw in the summer, be sure to take part in one of the famous Chopin Concerts.
More information on opening hours and tickets – HERE.