I stayed in Atos for 2 nights. I was pleasantly surprised to get a modern room with a very comfortable bed and nice shower. The room totally exceeded 2 star hotel standards. In addition, there were tea /coffee facilities in the room and every day hotel provided 1 liter of fresh water.
After the rooms were renovated it's the best option for budget hotels in Warsaw. The rooms feel clean and fresh, everything is new. Buses go to city center every few minutes in the rush hours and also often in the evenings. It's a really good deal for the price.
They give us DIRTY OLD bedroom ( not like we saw in pictures ) with 3 single beds for me and my partner. When we went for complain the receptionist who don’t care about anything, he said us... pay more! 🤷🏻♂️ We never will come back. I don’t recommend this company to anybody
hotel was clean, breakfast was very good, quite a wide variety and plenty. Location is a bit far from the centre, but very convenient for the conference that we were attending.The room was not enormous, but sufficient.
This is a good hotel with good breakfast with Everything you expect. It was a bit noisy, however, since the room was facing the main street. The bus from the Airport stops right outside. Overall good value for money.
A good choise for anyone. Cheap ( school hotel) and very tidy, superb breakfast, nice and clean rooms and beds. Personell consists of students learning the profession. Hotel situated near the bigger excits, so it is very convenient to travel around. Our second stay and will use it in the future too.
We stayed here only for an overnight on a way back from Baltic Countries trip. Comfortable beds, nice staff at a reception. Rooms were quite older style but we dont need no luxury so it was OK. Hotel restaurant was very good, we had a dinned there - very tasty ribs. Breakfast was rich and tasty.
This hotel is in a great location - only 10-15 mins walk to Charles Bridge, Prague castle, river cruises etc. Staff lovely and hotel clean albeit a bit tired and in need of being updated. Our room (113) was very quiet at the back of the hotel and quite spacious. Good shower with plenty of hot water and clean towels each day. Very comfortable beds but the pillows weren't so good (maybe that's just me I'm fussy about pillows)! Only real downside to the room was the lack of tea/coffee making facilities. I knew this so took my travel kettle along with coffee and teabags. Room has a fridge and minibar. The room was unbearably hot but a fan was supplied. The restaurant wasn't very good. There didn't seem to be enough tables and chairs for the amount of people staying in the hotel so seemed to be crowded all the time. Seemed quite dangerous at times when people are squeezing past other people carrying hot drinks! Although there was lots of choice of hot and cold food the quality was quite poor. Top tip if you're fussy about your cereal take your own. My husband was quite disappointed that no croissants were ever supplied the three days we were there. Thought it was pretty standard throughout Europe. Also it was very hot in the restaurant and the milk was left standing at room temperature all the time so not very nice. Big plus point the Wifi is free and is available throughout the hotel. I wouldn't let the few minor things I've mentioned stop me from returning and I would recommend it.…
It's not far away from the center of the city (Bus 165 - 15' away) therefore no high prices here but don't expect much. Rooms simple, service not good, restaurant is nice and breakfast is simple too but ok. For a budgeted or student traveller is good as it is also one bus away from the airport so it is well connected and affordable.
The hotel is not well positioned to see & do things in Warsaw, but that was our fault for choosing it! The outside looks fine & the reception area is quite good too. We witnessed a German guest checking in & asking where he could change his money into Zloty. The assistant shouted at him, saying she did not speak his language & she couldn't understand him. He left quite quickly. When we announced who we were she asked us to pay. My son said he had paid but she could find no record of that at all. He produced the proof quickly, in a way us older folk might not have been able to. She then 'found' the payment immediately. That really puts you off!! The room was small with very old handles & light fittings. It was clean though. There was no soap in the dispensers in either room. The electric sockets sparked when you unplugged stuff. There was no air conditioning. The windows faced 6 lanes of traffic & the sound was deafening. It could not have been any louder if you had lain down in the central reservation! The curtains were hard to pull & didn't cover the space adequately. It was disappointing all round & I would find it hard to recommend the hotel although it was cheap!!…