The long-awaited hotel
Located in downtown Warsaw next to the city’s most prominent monument, the Palace of Culture and Science, the Puro Warszawa hotel, opened its doors in May 2019 in the Polish capital.
This young and eclectic Puro is the ninth hotel of the Puro Group and is the flagship of their hotel collection. Designed by the Polish firm Jems Architekci, it is a new modern eight-story building with glass facades. The interior was designed in collaboration with the London-based design studio DeSallesFlint. The vintage decoration, both minimalist and contemporary, combines beautiful objects, sophisticated design, design icons, and both local and international works of art.
The hotel has 115 rooms and 9 suites. The rooms are furnished with accents of wood and a light grey color palette with upholstered headboards. Each of the rooms is equipped with Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers, Hilding beds, and hand-tufted carpets. The gray theme is continued in the bathroom, accentuated by black elements such as the vanity, shower frame, mirror and wall hooks.
The hotel has several areas that invite you to hang for a while. The lobby, with its touches of light pink velvet is a cozy lounge area with comfortable sofas and armchairs.
The Magari restaurant, with its rustic atmosphere, benches and long wooden communal tables, features Italian cuisine. Loreta, the tropical-looking rooftop bar, serves cocktails overlooking the city center.
In the basement, the Prisma spa is the perfect place to relax in Scandinavian style.
The Puro Warszawa hotel is a pure concept, ideal for design lovers.
We love Puro Warszawa for:
Double room from 100 € per night during low season.