Felix Hotel Warsaw (Warsaw)

Felix Hotel Warsaw (Warsaw)
Felix Hotel Warsaw

country: Poland, city: Warsaw (City Centre)

Felix Hotel Warsaw Felix Hotel Warsaw

Located in the suburbs of Warsaw, the city centre is approximately a ten minute taxi ride away.

Rooms are basic but clean and offer good standard tourist class accommodation.

The hotels restaurant is located on the ground floor to the left of the reception area and offers a range of European and local Polish cuisine.

A good quality tourist class hotel suitable for those who would prefer to be located slightly out of the hustle and bustle of downtown Warsaw.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Disabled facilities
Shopping arcade
Cable / Satellite TV

Extra Information:
7 km to City Centre
17 km to the nearest Airport (Warsaw)
4 km to the nearest station (Warszkawa Wschodnia)
2 minutes walk to the nearest Bus Stop
3 km to the nearest fair site (Geant Market)

Omulewska 24 04-128

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