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Old Nov 3, 17, 8:37 am #1
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Warsaw - Centrum or Sobieski?

I will be visiting Warsaw soon and I'm making choice between RB Sobieski and RB Centrum. I intend to stay in BC room, prices are pretty much same. Can anyone contribute with a recommendation? Thank you

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Old Nov 3, 17, 9:16 am #2

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You've reviewed the existing threads on both properties?
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Old Nov 3, 17, 1:33 pm #3
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I did but they are quite old. They often mention that Centrum is more modern than Sobieski, but new pictures on TripAdvisor would suggest otherwise, so I'm looking for up-to-date comparison.
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Old Nov 3, 17, 4:49 pm #4

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During September 2017 stayed at the Centrum for 4 nights BC on points (38,000), as opposed to Sobieski (28,000). My primary reason for staying at Centrum was that it had a pool suitable for swimming laps. Don't know about Sobieski, but Centrum was in a great location, had great staff and comfortable rooms. The complementary breakfast was outstanding.
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Old Nov 4, 17, 2:57 am #5

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Radisson Centrum is more modern (I feel the Sobieski is a bit Spartan) and in a slightly better location (food-wise, and closer to the city center). Both are pretty well connected to the rest of the city via the light rail. Sobieski also has the suburban railway station nearby, where *some* of the the trains from the airport stop, and the railway museum ("Stacja Muzeum")
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Old Nov 4, 17, 9:53 pm #6

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I often stay in both.
Sobieski
+ transport links
+ more modern furniture
+ wider breakfast choice with more made to order items
+ has queiter rooms facing gardens
- poor soundproofing
- no pool
Centrum
+ better location/area
+ more caring staff
+ better restaurant
+ pool
- dated furniture on some floors
- rooms are smaller
- CC welcome gift is only one piece of chocolate that they always forget to bring, unless reminded.
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Old Nov 6, 17, 6:55 pm #7

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I will be visiting Warsaw soon and I'm making choice between RB Sobieski and RB Centrum. I intend to stay in BC room, prices are pretty much same. Can anyone contribute with a recommendation? Thank you
Radisson Blu Centrum started their renovation project last year, making slow progress over that time - they supposedly have the whole 10 floor (business rooms only floor) fully renovated, so asking for a room at that floor should allow you to enjoy the newest offer of CC in Warsaw.

There are quite up to date reviews of both hotels, with a lot of pictures, although in polish, but google translate can give you a good overall idea of what they say

Radisson Blu Centrum

Radisson Blu Sobieski
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