32 Apartments in Warsaw

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Aparthotel in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
In the centre
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Aparthotel in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
In the centre
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Apartment in Wola - Warsaw | Map
1.2 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Wola - Warsaw | Map
1.1 km from the centre
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Apartment in Mokotów - Warsaw | Map
5 km from the centre
  • Internet
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Apartment in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
In the centre
  • Internet
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Aparthotel in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
In the centre
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Aparthotel in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
2.3 km from the centre
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Apartment in Śródmieście - Warsaw | Map
278 m from the centre
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Aparthotel in Praga-Południe - Warsaw | Map
6.6 km from the centre
  • Internet
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Aparthotel in Praga-Północ - Warsaw | Map
3.2 km from the centre
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Apartment in Ochota - Warsaw | Map
4.4 km from the centre
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Apartment in Wola - Warsaw | Map
2 km from the centre
  • Heating
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Aparthotel in Wola - Warsaw | Map
1.1 km from the centre
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Apartment in Wola - Warsaw | Map
727 m from the centre

Apartments in Warsaw -- Budget Boutique Accommodation

Warsaw is the cultural hub of Poland. After it was flattened back in World War II, it has been striving to rebuild as quickly as possible. Today, you can clearly see the renovations throughout the city -- the skyline is punctuated by cranes and scaffolding, whilst a new building seems to pop up every day. One thing Warsaw has sorted is its nightlife. Its new-found energy spreads through the clubs, bars, and music venues, all of which come to life after the sun sets. Throughout the year the city's cultural calendar bursts with lively festivals, art exhibitions, and concerts, many of which tap into new-age culture. Warsaw may not be the prettiest city to look at on the outside (not yet, anyway), but dig a little deeper and you'll find a city that's alive with youthful vigour and a burning desire to please its visitors. Make sure you book one of our apartments in Warsaw to explore the many layers of the city. Our cosy collection of boutique accommodation offers the perfect way to dip your toes into the vibrant culture of Warsaw.

Plenty of Parks and Cemeteries - Things to do in Warsaw

  • Palace of Culture and Science -- This is the tallest building in Warsaw, jutting high above the skyline. It soars 231 metres upwards and proffers exceptional views of the city.
  • Royal Castle, Warsaw -- The official residency of the Polish monarchs, this castle is situated in the central Castle Square, right at the beginning of the quirky Old Town.
  • Lazienki Park -- Warsaw's largest park is a sprawling scene of greenery, lakes, and cultural monuments. Stretching out across 76 hectares, it offers the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
  • Warsaw Uprising Museum -- Situated in the Wola district of the city, the Warsaw Uprising Museum is dedicated to the Uprising of 1944.
  • Wilanow Palace -- This royal palace is tucked away in the Wilanow district of Warsaw and is one of the only buildings to have survived Poland's partitions and both of the World Wars.
  • Tomb of the Unknown Soldier -- This moving monument is dedicated to all of the soldiers who gave their lives fighting for Poland.
  • Zlote Tarasy -- Set in the heart of Warsaw, Zlote Tarasy is a business and entertainment complex that boasts a range of attractions.
  • Teatr Wielki, Warsaw -- An impressive opera house that rises up out of historic Theatre Square. Performance is a huge part of Warsaw's culture and this is one of the most important buildings in the entire city. It's also one of the largest opera and theatre houses in the whole of Europe.
  • Chopin Statue, Warsaw -- Nestled in the Royal Baths Park (or Lazienki Park), the Chopin Statue is a bronze figure of Frederic Chopin.
  • Lazienki Palace -- This grand, baroque palace is the centrepiece of the Lazienki Park, and is surrounded by hectares of beautiful greenery.
  • Presidential Palace, Warsaw -- Despite being built back in the mid-1700s, this building has be remodelled numerous times. Today, it features an opulent exterior that oozes elegance and Polish charm.
  • Copernicus Science Centre -- Set on the edge of the Vistula River, this museum offers an insight into scientific theories founded in Poland and further afield.
  • Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery -- One of the biggest Jewish cemeteries in the whole of Europe, the Okopowa cemetery was established back in 1806 and remains a popular attraction in the city.
  • POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews -- Situated in the former Warsaw Ghetto, this museum is dedicated to showcasing the history and culture of Polish Jews.
  • Powazki Cemetery -- This historic cemetery can be found in the Wola district of Warsaw and is the most well-known and oldest cemeteries in the city.
  • Saxon Garden -- Sprawling out over 15.5 hectares of lush greenery, manicured gardens, and picturesque lakes, Saxon Garden is the oldest and one of the most popular parks in the city.

Be sure to check out our selection of Warsaw apartments which are dotted all over the city.
Warsaw apartments – Warsaw Accommodation

Weird and Wonderful Ways to Explore Warsaw

Warsaw is full to the brim of quirky experiences, all of which offer an unusual way to get to know the city and its vibrant culture. Start by taking to the streets and exploring the graffiti and colourful street art of the city. Warsaw is hugely creative and this is evident around every twist and turn. If art is your thing, you can also head to the neon sign museum -- an unusual institution, but one that offers a fascinating insight into Warsaw's past and how it came to be its creative self in the present day.

Urban explorers can also try and find the abandoned train station in the heart of the city centre. Here, you can explore the underground ruins and soak up the grittier side of Warsaw. If that's not quirky enough for you, Warsaw is also home to the world's narrowest house. The Keret House is just 122cm in width, and you can find it tucked away between two buildings in the heart of the city.

This undiscovered side of Warsaw is a fascinating one to explore, and our Warsaw apartments provide you with the perfect base to start scratching the surface.

Warsaw Accommodation

Poland's capital is awash with cultural pursuits, from fascinating museums and galleries to historic buildings and a lifestyle that's both laidback and welcoming. Throughout the sprawling city squares and heritage hotspots, Warsaw accommodation offers an eclectic menu of places to stay for a wide range of visitors. Affordable boutique hotels pop up on the outskirts of the old town, whilst central hostels place tourists in the centre of the action and local apartments for rent offer an immersive experience like no other. The cheap nature of the accommodation in Warsaw means you'll easily find somewhere to stay that's both interesting and luxurious.

Welcome to Warsaw -- From the Airport to City Centre

Warsaw's Chopin Airport is easy to get to from the city centre and there are a number of transport options for you to choose from. Firstly, you can hop in a taxi, which will take you straight to your end destination. Taxis are cheap in Warsaw, but be sure to agree on a price before you get in. Alternatively, there is a selection of public transport. You can take a train to the main Warszawa Centralna station. Trains leave from underneath the airport regularly and are very affordable. Otherwise, you can grab a bus from outside the airport terminals. There are a number of lines that connect up the airport and various parts of the city, so be sure to check where you're staying so you get on the right one.

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Districts

Śródmieście 15 Accommodations
Wola 11 Accommodations
Mokotów 2 Accommodations
Praga-Północ 2 Accommodations
Ochota 1 Accommodation
Praga-Południe 1 Accommodation

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Laskowa 32 Accommodations