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What We Love

  • Housed in the restored, 18th-century Mokrowski Palace
  • Indoor pool, sauna and health club
  • Old Town location makes it easy to walk to historic Warsaw sights
  • In-house restaurant, La Rotisserie, is an award-winning favorite

What To Know

  • The quality of the free WiFi varies by room and location
  • Old Town location is atmospheric but not convenient to the business district
  • The lovely courtyard is only used for breakfast service when weather is warm and dry

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Historic charm, modern comforts and a romantic Old Town location make this Warsaw’s most popular stay

The Lowdown

Like the Old Town of Warsaw itself, this 18th-century palace has been beautifully restored. All of the 61 rooms and suites differ in size, shape and décor, but each is a study in understated luxury, with hand-painted frescos, ultra-comfy beds and views of the Old Town, local gardens or the interior courtyard. The hotel is as quiet and charming as the neighborhood in which it’s located, and equipped with modern upgrades such as free WiFi, an indoor pool and sauna, and a celebrated restaurant serving Italian- and Polish-inflected French fare.

In the Area

The neighborhood around Mamaison Le Regina isn’t just the prettiest, most historic part of the city, it’s also the most convenient to Warsaw’s tourist attractions and cultural sights. Once you leave the palace, you can walk in the footsteps of royalty down the King’s Way (also known as the Royal Route), taking in the Old Town’s churches, galleries and palaces. Or cross the Vistula River to explore to explore the grittier, artsier Praga district. At night, take in a performance at the nearby Grand Theater and National Opera House.

How to Get There

Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw
Ul. Koscielna 12
Warsaw, 00-218 Poland

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1426 Reviews
No issues whatsoever
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice large room, large bathroom, generally comfortable. Piano player is the lounge area gave a pleasant atmosphere in the lobby area. The swimming pool is small and the water is "fresh". Wifi in the room was not great but fine in lobby.

You Couldn’t Possibly Find a Better Place to Stay in Warsaw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Located in Warsaw’s beautiful Nowe Miasto (New Town) whose origins date back to the 15th century, the Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is housed in the Mokrowsky Palace. One look at the hotel’s terracotta-colored façade and you know you couldn’t possibly find a better place to stay in Warsaw (and you won’t want to leave either as evidenced by our affinity to take long train rides so at the end of the night we could rest our heads there). Standing on a narrow, quiet street, this 61-roomed hotel boasts luxurious interiors, a year-round pool, a quirky good spa, and the acclaimed La Rotisserie restaurant.

I went there for the food, but stayed because of the steeped historical significance. The main draws of this European city are its Old World architecture and connection to World War II. History enthusiasts will appreciate seeing the planes at the Polish Aviation Museum and revel in walking around Oskar Schindler's Factory, Old Town, and the Jewish Quarter. The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum will leave you utterly and emotionally drained, while architecture aficionados will love eyeing the Wawel Cathedral and St. Mary's Basilica.

If you have a few hours in the afternoon, a must see is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where salt was churned out for centuries. The mine's undisputed climax is St. Kinga's Chapel, a full-blown underground temple made out of salt. A visit to the mine also doubles as a workout—during a typical visit, you'll navigate down 800 steps, 350 of which are part of your initial descent.

Lovely hotel in old town
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Mamaison is a wonderful hotel in a little palace that offers very nice rooms, a sweet little Spa, a cosy patio and great food. It is located in old town. Walking around for 30 minutes you can see all highlights of that area and choose between dozens of restaurants and bars. The bus station for a Hop-On Bustour is a 10 minutes walk away. I would always come back here and not stay in noisy downtown.

Excellent accomodation and food!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The position of the hotel is very good. You have lots of choices from restaurants perspective and is in the center. Also their own restaurant has very nice and interesting plates. I enjoyed the fact that the room was big and simple. The staff was also very nice. I kindly asked if it would be possible to do the check-out at 2 P.M. instead of 12 P.M. and after they checked in the system, told me it is fine to have a late check-out without extra costs. Also the conference rooms were very well equipped. Overall, I enjoyed the entire experience. :)

Great location, beautiful hotel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hotel is beautiful. Very well located. Easy walk to the old Town and the main square. The staff is nice. The room is comfy, spacious, and the bathroom is bigger than average for luxury hotels. I chose not have breakfast as I like to try local cuisine and sleep late. I got amazed to have leave in the afternoon and when came back in the evening the bed and the windows were prepared for sleep. And there were chocolates and sweets awaiting in the room. I would easily give 5 starts, but I paid more to stay in this hotel as I wanted to stay in a hotel with a indoor swimming pool, and when I went to the pool, the whole are was warm and nice, but the water wasn’t warm enough to be pleasant. Otherwise definitely would get 5 starts.