Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw
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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
We loved the hotel! Very nice rooms, great location - near old town. The staff was very kind and service minded (we got to keep our rooms for 2 extra hours for free, since we had a late flight). Both me and my mother got wonderful massages the last day (Sunday) by Anna Maria. It was perfect!
The only negative thing was that the breakfast was really expensive! We went to a small restaurant on our way to old town to eat breakfast instead.
Regina is a tasteful and elegant boutique hotel in a beautifully restored neighborhood of Warsaw, within short walk of the Old Town. Our room (with 2 single beds) was large, well-appointed and had a spacious modern bathroom with double sinks and toilet separated from washing areas. The bedroom/living area was also a good size with comfortable beds and a charming view. Reception was always ready with cheerful help. Finally, the breakfast buffet is a feast fit for kings and queens -- including the most flaky and buttery croissants we had in Poland.
Going back of the past five years, I've stayed here a number of times prior to this posting, and my sister and brother in law stayed here this past week. I simply cannot stay anywhere else in Warsaw. The convenience of the location and the amazing staff keep me coming back and recommending it to my family and friends.
Some of the highlights for me have been great bar food and ambience. I love the piano music (Live performance in bar seating area - ask about times and don't miss it).
The extensive wine list and on-staff sommelier are incredible. The sommelier has tremendous knowledge about the wines and presents and serves your choice with such elegance and class.