Hotel Centrum accommodates in 41 high standards. The rooms are located on 4 floors. Our Guests can be accommodated in Standard, Standard Plus, Deluxe and Apartment. The offer is complemented by conference rooms with a total area of 200 m2, an exclusive Warsaw Restaurant and a stylish Warsaw Pub. Our guests can also use a guarded and monitored car park open 24 hours a day.
A high quality standard, professional services and passionate staff were recognized by Guests who awarded us the following:
We are members of Polish Hotel Business Chamber of Commerce
Booking.com Traveller Review Awards 2021
The Yellow Guide Gault&Millau 2020
Quality Certificate 2020 TripAdvisor
Restauracja Warszawska, as the only restaurant in Zagłębie, has been honored with the Goult&Millau cap continuously since 2016! The yellow guidebook used the following words to describe us:
“It may seem to the Guests that when they leave the restaurant they will find themselves in the street surrounded by historic automobiles rather than modern cars.”
Gault&Millau. Poland. Yellow guide 2016
In the evenings, PUB Warszawski is the place to visit. The pub’s location in the basement of Hotel Centrum adds to the atmosphere of the interwar period. Our professional bartenders make sure that our Guests’ requests are met, even the most sophisticated ones.
In the courtyard of the tenement, a moody place was created - the Summer Restaurant. Here, cutting off the street noise, you can enjoy meals outside. A stylish arrangement, elegant furniture and paintings in the retro style refer to the whole object, up to the interwar period. Charming red blankets warm you on cool evenings and complement the overall atmosphere of the place.
Hotel Centrum Sosnowiec offers a wide variety of conference services designed to meet the requirements of business Guests. There are three conference rooms available of the total space of 200m2 and each of them corresponds to either one of the three partitions: Russian, Prussian or Austrian. The Three Emperors’ Corner - the former tripoint which marked the border between the Russian Empire, Austria-Hungary and the German Empire was located in Sosnowiec.