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Warsaw is a city well known for its historical value. It’s a city which deserves a few days of your time to explore and learn about the gruesome and terrible past that it has endured. Whilst I was in Warsaw I got to stay in one of the most beautiful boutique accommodation options in the city – Chopin Boutique Bed and Breakfast. This boutique is an absolute gem in the bustling capital of Poland, which I am so happy I got to experience staying there for one night.
The room itself felt like a precious antique. With the elegance of period furniture and design, it was a nice touch and something I really loved about the place. During the uprising in 1944 over 85% of Warsaw was destroyed. I felt like Chopin B&B has made a real effort to make it feel as it would back before World War 2. The room was super comfortable, and everything was clean and tidy.
The facilities at Chopin Boutique Bed and Breakfast were superb. The breakfast selection was great and included an array of meats, cheeses and home baked goods. The food is homemade and wholesome, perfect before a day of exploring Warsaw! The food is a highlight of this beautiful accommodation.
The location itself was not too far walk from the likes of the Old Town and had great transport links to the likes of the train station. As I arrived at the bus station of Warsaw it was only a 10-minute walk from the bus terminal. This is always an advantage in my books!
The Chopin Salon
The Chopin Bed and Breakfast also has a salon! Every day there are piano artists playing in the salon. The wonderful thing is that tickets are only 40 PLN and include sweet baked treats and a glass of wine. It is the perfect way to wind down an evening and enjoy the piano classics of Fryderyk Chopin.
All in all, I absolutely loved my stay at Chopin Boutique Bed and Breakfast and would happily stay here again. I highly recommend it to you guys if you are looking for boutique accommodation in Warsaw!
A big thank you to Chopin Boutique B&B for having me! This accommodation was sponsored but, as always, my opinions are all mine.
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