The Mercure Warsaw Centre is located in the heart of the city, adjacent to the Palace Of Culture & Science and across from the central train station. Situated in the city center, only a few steps from the business and shopping district, it is also near main attractions. The well-kept guest rooms have modern art, coordinated spreads, drapes in gold or blue hues and a full set of amenities. In addition to two restaurants serving a rich variety of dishes, there is also a coffee house, pastry shop and two fully licensed bars. Descend to the hotel's lower level where you will find the whirlpool, sauna, solarium, exercise bike and treadmill. The Mercure Warsaw Centre Hotel is the perfect place to stay for both business and leisure travelers.
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The hotel offers lovely standard rooms that boast a comfortable bed and all the amenities needed for an enjoyable stay. Room amenities include, air-conditioning, AM/FM alarm clock, bathroom telephone, coffee maker in room, hairdryer, iron, minibar, in-room movies, room service, safe deposit box, wake-up service, voice mail service and high speed internet access.
The modest restaurants offer a la carte and buffet dining, and the bakery bags croissants for those on the go. The menu is distinctly Polish, but the clientele consists mainly of tourists and harried business travelers. The lobby bar has simple art-deco flair and more varieties of vodka than you can sample in a week.
Descend to the hotel's lower level where you will find the whirlpool, sauna, solarium, exercise bike and treadmill.