Just outside Warsaw, but relatively well connected by train, is the HIR Jozefow; an idyll on the edge of extensive forests and a small tributary of the Vistula, the Swider. A relaxing stay is guaranteed simply because of this location. In addition, the house offers many recreational opportunities, from the spa area to the golf and tennis courts and bicycle rental to a ropes course for children, which offer new varieties every day. On arrival at HIE Jozefow a room upgrade and various nicely designed amenities were waiting for us. The view from the balcony glided over the abundant trees of the hotel property, the playgrounds and sports fields as well as the golf courses. The afternoon sun, when it seemed, heated us up strongly. The beds were of high quality and provided a restful sleep. If you wanted, you could choose from the richly filled (paid) minibar or help yourself to the other cold and hot drinks provided free of charge. In the bathroom, only the ancient shower curtain, which was to be replaced by a fixed shower enclosure, disturbed. Even showering in a bathtub is probably no longer quite up to date, but practicable for sporty condition. Culinary highlights of our stay were the visits to the restaurant Luna & Sol of the hotel. The new chef knew how to create an offer that goes far beyond the level of a usual Holiday Inn, especially in the evenings; and this at a reasonable price level. Whether you helped yourself to the extensive buffet or put together an à la carte menu yourself: local, fresh products, cleverly prepared, always contributed to a successful evening. Of the leisure facilities, we once again made intensive use of the spa area during our stay. The swimming pool and the two saunas promised a varied stay almost at any time. Unfortunately, the indoor pool has only five, quite uncomfortable, because much too hard loungers (without pads), which should be exchanged for those much more comfortable loungers from the relaxation area of the spa. We would like to take this opportunity to thank two people who made our stay extremely pleasant, on behalf of the many employees we met: On the one hand, the Front Office and Reservation Manager who always had an ear for our concerns; on the other hand, the General Manager did everything in his power, to give us a feeling of well-being during our days in "his" house. Even in its 15th year of existence, the Holiday Inn Jozefow more than lives up to its reputation as a 4-star first-class hotel. The standards that the management practices in this house should give other hotels an example of how upscale hotels should and can function despite the current, worldwide difficulties.…
Mainly used for the corporate events, conferences and trainings. Also good option for family weekends destination. The rooms are clean and good equipped, but rather impersonal. The breakfast was good, with wide choice of cold and hot dishes. In the nearest surroundings, some sport facilities, including driving range for golfers.
Our family stayed in this hotel from Dec 26, 2019 to January 1, 2020. The room was clean and the towels are new and very refreshing. The bed and blanket are soft. Breakfast is tasty; has a very small gymn. You need a car to travel around.
Hotel is located out of Warsaw however if you do not need to be in City Center and have business on this side of Warsaw its worth consider to stay there. Hotel is well located (surrounded by park), has own sport facilities (swimming pool, golf, tennis, etc). You can also rent a bicycle. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, breakfast very good.
Excellent gardens spa and pool Nice little gym Ok room, a bit not as clean, does not pass the white glove test Mini fridge hardly working, same with tv and very fiddle hot water in the shower but was too busy so did not think of telling them they probably would have fixed all Last day no coffee milk renewal bad surprise when you check out at 7am Food at restaurant ok and ok priced even for Warsaw that is cheap for eu standards All are polite but one or two who look at you like you've killed their cat Toooooooo far from the center, very far from airport
A very nice and efficient hotel. Best not to use taxi to go to the centre, one of the staff gave us very good info to how to use the mini bus, we enjoyed a whole day in Warsaw, seeing the old town etc,, on our way back we were put off by 2 bus drivers telling us not to board their bus, but the 3rd one was honest and told us it was the right bus to go back to the hotel, and a very nice lady on the bus spoke English and told us when to get off, we were really grateful as it was getting dark.
They have everything what travellers need. The hotel is comfortable, located close to the river (hidden passage), has minigolf pool and many other outdoor facilities. Parking is huge, breakfast is perfect, rooms are clean and spacious.
Essentials: exceptional problems free Wi-Fi. Comfortable mattress. Silent room and area. Good bathroom system and hot water. Air conditioning impossible to regulate. Too cold room. Important: exceptionally good breakfast with great coffee, tasty and juicy stumbled eggs, variety of juices and fruits. Added value: kind personnel, spa, sports installations, kettle in the room, English speaking channels on TV.
I was in this hotel for a convention. I have nothing bad to say about the rooms the breakfast the staff they were all great. The only problem is that this hotel is situated in the middle of nowhere. Nothing interesting around it and the cost of a 30-40 minutes taxi ride to town (they say 4 km from Warsaw but it's 4 km to the outskirts of the city not the center) is around 100-120zloty so you pay 40 euros X2 for a round trip Beware if you're a tourist this is not the place for you. If you have a business around this area or a convention I liked the hotel itself
Such hotels are usually located in city downtowns rather than suburbs but this particual location was a spot on. Amazing woods around, small river makes our walks amazing. I have been here for a wedding and the party arranged by the hotel was one of the best parties I have ever attended. I loved to see how Poles celebrate their weddings.