A Luxury Collection Destination, Poland
One of Europe’s most triumphant capitals to rise from the ashes of World War II, Warsaw fuses 21st century innovation with its tumultuous past. In this sprawling city, stately palaces and Baroque buildings sidle up to modern skyscrapers. A vibrant city unfurls weaving vast green spaces with cosmopolitan streets hosting galleries, gourmet restaurants and eye-catching boutiques.
Readings, panels, discussions, debates, and pop-up book stands with topics from literature to comic books are all on the program of this international fair for bibliophiles.
Lounge beneath the monument to Fryderyk Chopin in the Royal Łazienk park every Sunday at noon and enjoy recitals by performers from around the world playing Chopin’s works.
Listen to the Warsaw Chamber Opera perform some of Mozart’s earliest compositions at gorgeous venues throughout the city.
This festival of dance, performance art, circus acts, and music pops up in theaters, parks, and non-traditional performance spaces over the course of its run.
Headlining jazz artists from around the world convene to play concerts at this renowned festival.
The vibrancy of Jewish culture is expressed through theater, song, dance, visual arts, and exhibitions during this varied showcase.
Emerging directors, actors, and films both from Poland and around the world are the focus of this cutting-edge festival of screenings, panels, and events.
Grab a cup of hot mulled wine and wander through the maze of wooden stalls selling hand-carved toys, ornaments, jewelry, and more in the Old Town.
Award-winning chef Carlos Teixeira is focused on contemporary, seasonal fare with a Polish accent, and his inventive tasting menus featuring elegant dishes such as tomato tartar with pesto and stuffed goose leg are the highlights.
This classic Polish cafe has been serving house specialty dishes – wiener schnitzel and the Cafe Bristol sandwich stacked with roasted ham, roasted pork, pickles, and tomato – since 1901.
Sit at the outside terrace with a glass of champagne and watch the lively scene unfold along the Royal Route.
The top-notch concierge team are available at a moment’s notice to arrange everything from taxis to opening night tickets at the Opera House and National Theater or behind-the-scenes chef’s tables in renowned restaurants.
Get a taste of the pre-war spirit of the city at the charming Café Bristol. Since 1901, it’s been a favorite meeting place for breakfast, lunch, and a slice of the legendary Tort Bristol.
Be whisked away for one incredibly romantic night. The scene will be set with flowers upon arrival, a bottle of champagne and breakfast in room or the restaurant.