Experience Old World elegance and New World sophistication in the heart of the Warsaw, with the opening of Nobu Hospitality group’s first Hotel in Poland.
Warsaw is ranked as the world’s seventh greatest emerging market, becoming a new Eastern European hotspot for art, design and food and an alternative, cultural city break for summer and autumn. Situated on Wilcza Street, the creative hub of the city, and a stone’s throw away from the Old Town, originally built in the 13th century and meticulously reconstructed after the Second World War, Nobu Hotel Warsaw’s neighbourhood welcomes the intellectual traveller to discover its charm as an increasingly popular leisure destination. Etched into the city’s skyline, Nobu Hotel Warsaw is surrounded by a vibrant urban scene with trendy wine bars that spill out onto the pavements in the warmer months, as well as a multitude of independent fashion and designer shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. Nobu Hotel Warsaw is situated on Wilcza Street, the creative hub of the city and nearby the historical Old Town.
The hotel is a combination of two wings: the ‘classic’ is housed in an Art Deco building, the former Hotel Rialto, which dates back to 1920s inter-war Poland, and the ‘modern’ is an ultra-contemporary, new build – designed through a transformational, cross-continental collaboration: a concerted effort between Polish architectural firm, Medusa Group, and California-based Studio PCH. with fabulous new wings where old meets new.
The hotel compromises of 117 sleek and spacious rooms, thoughtfully tailored meeting and event spaces, an expansive fitness centre, Nobu Café and the highly acclaimed Nobu Restaurant. All rooms exude a sense of calm with Japanese design, and those in the contemporary wing can enjoy breath-taking views of the city skyline with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Guests can dine at the signature Nobu restaurant. Indulge in the highest quality Asian cuisine headed up by Executive Chef Yannick Lohu. The restaurant’s concept is based on Chef Nobu’s inventive, New Style cuisine which showcases high quality produce, colour and texture, creating traditional Japanese dishes with South American influences. Enjoy the Nobu Classics such as ‘Toro Tartare with Caviar’ and ‘Beef Yoban Yaki’ along with Nobu Now - Polish-inspired dishes created exclusively for Nobu Warsaw by Executive Chef Yannick Lohou.
Nobu Hotel Warsaw is also offering tailored-made packages to encourage travellers to experience the dynamic culinary and cultural scene of the city. The “Taste of Nobu” package allows guests to embark on a culinary journey and indulge in Nobu Restaurant’s exclusive Omakase menu, including a selection of three courses of Nobu’s favourite dishes. For those who prefer to avoid the airport, Nobu Hotel Warsaw’s “Drive to Us” offer allows visitors to take in the fabulous scenery of the city and depart at leisure. Immerse yourself with the traditions of the city with the “Explore Warsaw” offer which features museum tours and a Polish Vodka tasting experience.
Experience the luxurious lifestyle inspired by Japanese philosophy in the heart of Poland!