Great French Suite, Downtown-Cente is a comfortable spacious suite in Warsaw’s Saska Kępa district, located opposithe the fomous "Stadion Narodowy" just 3 minutes’ tram ride from Nowy Świat Street (Warsaws Royal Route - conecting most of the royal castles and palaces). It features a fully-equipped kitchen and free Wi-Fi.
The suite has a bedroom and a living room with a balcony. It also has a seating area with sofas and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. A washing machine is also provided.
Euro 2012 Stadium View Apartment's kitchen comes with a refrigerator and an electric kettle. Guests can enjoy their meals in the on-site dining area.
The suite is located just 5 minutes’ tram ride from the Centrum Metro Station and the Palace of Culture and Science. Rondo Waszyngtona roundabout, offering excellent connections with all parts of Warsaw, is just steps from the property.
Something about Warsaw...
Warsaw is not only the administrative-economic centre of Poland; it is also a vibrant city, offering culture and entertainment offering something for every taste and budget. It boasts numerous collections of Polish and foreign art (which can be seen at the National Museum, Royal Castle, Wilanów Palace and Łazienki Palace) and contemporary art (which can be seen at the Zachęta National Gallery of Art and at Ujazdowski Castle). Prominent annual cultural events are held in the city - the International Poster Biennial or the International Theatre Meetings, for instance. There are also numerous galleries, theatres, cinemas, exhibitions and concerts which delight and entertain locals and visitors alike.
Warsaw is a city of Music. The Grand Theatre, National Opera, the Chamber Opera, National Philharmonic and the National Theatre are all popular with classical music enthusiasts from all over the world. There are significant world-class events which take place in Warsaw, such as the Frederic Chopin International Piano Competition, The International Festival of Contemporary Music, the “Warsaw Autumn” festival, The Stanisław Moniuszko International Vocal Competition, The Mozart Festival, The Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival and The Festival of Old Music to name but a few. There are also numerous concerts in the city for jazz enthusiasts, including the JVC Jazz Festival, Warsaw Summer Jazz Days and Jazz In the Old Town – an annual series of al fresco concerts.
Whatever your reason for visiting Warsaw, you can be certain that you’ll find an aspect of this vibrant and multi-faceted city that will delight and fascinate you. What are you waiting for? As the slogan for the city suggests, it’s time to fall in love with Warsaw!