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The Urbanist’s Warsaw: Where to Stay

Where the Expats Would Stay If They Weren’t Expats

“The 500-plus rooms in the Marriott Tower (from $90; Aleje Jerozolimskie 65/79; all have incredible views. It was built in the eighties as part of a large-scale Brutalist project that was never completed.”
—Simone de Iacobis, originally from Rome, architect at design firm Centrala

“Though Between Us Bed & Breakfast (from $110; Bracka 20; is right near Nowy Swiat, the city’s main drag, you don’t notice it here. The old parquet floors are offset by contemporary furnishings. It’s upstairs from Miedzy Nami, a pub-art-gallery-café.”
—Candelaria Saenz Valiente, originally from Buenos Aires, singer-songwriter

“Mamaison Residence Diana (from $150; Chmielna 13A; is tucked away off Chmielna, a lively street full of tiny cafés. You get a stylish apartment with its own kitchenette and sitting area.” —Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett,


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