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Hotel "Napoleon Inn" located at Płowiecka on the exit road to the east. The hotel's location next to the Fair and Congress Center as if it aspires to the role of space for business meetings. We provide professional service and friendly atmosphere, combined with tasty cuisine, it makes our guests feel with us at home. We offer you 24 spacious, comfortable rooms with bathrooms equipped with satellite TV, telephone and free access to Wi-Fi. Check-in from hours. 14:00 godz.12: 00. The breakfast buffet is served from pm. To 7:00 pm. 10:00 We invite you to our restaurant captivating its warm interior. The ideal place for those who want to taste something good in an elegant setting. Our cooks prepare all the dishes in the traditional way, using only the best quality materials. In our kitchen we do not use any semi-finished products, preservatives or flavor enhancers.We have 2 conference rooms:
- to 10 people
- to 40 persons
which are perfect for organization of business meetings, trainings and conferences.
Warsaw (the Capital City of Warsaw)- the capital and the biggest city of Poland, situated in central and eastern part of the country, in Mazovia, on the Vistula River. Since 2002 the capital city of Warsaw is the municipality to the city on the rights of the district. Warsaw is the center of the scientific, cultural, political and economic on a European scale. Are the seat of the European Parliament, the President of the Republic of Poland, the Council of Ministers and other central authorities. Warsaw is the capital city of Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Warsaw is the only city in the present limits of Poland Poland Silver Cross of the order of the Martial Law the Virtuti Militari (a second in the history of Poland town after Lviv). Warsaw is the largest Polish city in terms of population (1 720 398 zameldowanych inhabitants in December 2010) and surface (517,24 km2 including the Vistula River). In the scale of the country the actual number of inhabitants of Warsaw and its surroundings can be compared only to the Upper Silesian Industrial District.
Detailed facility location at Warsaw:
Street: accommodations ul. Plowiecka