This striking Raffles property opened on 1 June last year in the heart of the Polish capital, taking over the site of the historic Hotel Europejski which dates back to 1857.
Ideally located for discerning travellers eager to explore the nearby cobbled streets of Warsaw’s old town, the elegant retreat is also a haven for art lovers. Inside, each of the 106 stylish suites feature bespoke furniture and beautifully curated Polish art by Anda Rottenberg and Barbara Piwowarska.
Indeed, art is at the very heart of this iconic luxury property. When the new owner took on the restoration project, creating a showcase of the very best Polish modern and contemporary art was part of the vision.
And to help guests truly immerse themselves in this staggering art collection – the biggest privately-owned collection of Polish contemporary art – the hotel has recruited its very own Art Concierge.
Guests can enjoy a tour around the hotel, either individually or within a group, discussing key art pieces before continuing the theme with a visit to a local art gallery with an artist.
Raffles Europejski Warsaw will be attending inVOYAGE 2019 from 6-9 October in Monaco.