I stayed in this hotel as part of a corporate seminar week with many other co-workers. Normally this is the sort of circumstance that would make even the best of hotels seem like a daunting prospect, but Le Regina was a pleasant surprise.
Having arrived in the afternoon, I checked it and went up to the room. You immediately notice that this place has a lot of character, this was not the business hotel that I had thought it would be. Instead, it turned out to be a marvellous boutique hotel in the most beautiful part of town. The lobby was cute and pristine, and the hallways were surprisingly spacious! The room's door was spectacular, a massive arch wooden door that gave the impression that you are about to enter a room in a castle! The room itself was astonishing, high ceiling, lovely arches, very spacious and one hell of an incredible bathroom. In fact the bathroom was so big it had its its own table (see photo)!
Food was very good, we had both breakfast and lunches at the hotel so we experienced a wide array of the hotel's cuisine. Breakfasts were 4 stars, could do with a wider selection, but from what they did do, it was fabulous. Lunches were great, it was a 3-course meal that was very varied day to day, I'd give it 4 stars as well.
The place does have some downfalls though, room service was pretty slow, the shutter in my room was broken when I came in after the first day and it had to stay closed all the time I was there. To be fair I didnt ask for a fix, I was fine with it, the view from my room was not very pleasant, it was overlooking a very bland looking playground! WiFi was very poor throughout the hotel unfortunately, in my room I got no signal unless I walked near the door. Even in the big conference room, WiFi was very intermittent and rather slow, not the most business friendly I'd say. On the first night I called room service asking for toothpaste, I thought they'd bring up a small hotel branded free one, instead they brought up a massive family size Colgate paste and charged me something like 15 euros for it!! The thing that was most annoying was the two duvet thing that others mentioned before. I had a queen size bed with two duvets, in my opinion it defeats the purpose, but I was told by some this is customary in some countries...
Despite the small issues I mentioned above this was largely a very pleasant stay right in the heart of down-town Warsaw. This is technically in the 'New Town' but on the border of the 'Old Town', basically 3 minutes away from 'Old Town Market Place'. Overall I'd describe my experience as elegantly pleasant, but I'd reckon with a little bit more of effort from the hotel this place can be even more luxurious!
Highly recommended for families and couples, not so much if you are planning a massive business seminar though.
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