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The coziest spot in Warsaw

At Warsaw’s Autor Rooms, visitors get a personal introduction to Poland’s creative scene.

Our Sneak Peek series, produced in collaboration with Welcome Beyond, offers a glimpse into the bedrooms worth dreaming about.

Situated on Lwowska, the only street in Warsaw to have survived the war, visitors get a real sense of the city’s pre-war character. Four light, airy bedrooms created by architect Mateusz Baumiller preserve the building’s original layout, while introducing its visitors to some of Poland’s most exciting up-and-coming creatives. While each room features special design details like original artworks from Galleria Starter, a gallery featuring young artists, lighting by Ultra Lights, blankets by Beza Projects and design pieces by Maria Jeglińska, the real focus lies on its friendly and homey atmosphere: From a personal welcome by the hotel’s manager to recommendations on what to see and do in Warsaw, Autor Rooms’ guests should feel like they are staying at a friend’s house where they are well taken care of. And what’s better than lying back into soft sheets tired after an inspiring day exploring a new city…

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