The Polish capital joins Paris (France) and Istanbul (Turkey) as the third European destination where the inimitable Raffles experience can be found.
Bringing over 160 years of history and heritage to the rich Raffles Hotels & Resorts brand, the hotel is housed within a fully restored Polish neo-renaissance palace.
Dating back to 1857, it was built by Enrico Marconi and became known as a Grand Dame of European hotels during the 19th century.
Painstakingly resorted over the past four years, the 106 rooms and suites include the Presidential Suite, spread over 293 m², and home to a 19th century piano.
Facilities include a variety of culinary options and Raffles Spa with an indoor pool.