Hotel Indigo Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
Located in a historic residence building, full of history, the Hotel Indigo Warsaw stands on the entrance of the fashionable Nowy Swiat street, in a centre of the vibrant city of Warsaw. Smolna40, where the Hotel Indigo Warsaw is located, is an extraordinary building with unique surroundings. Built in 1903, it originally functioned as a residence within a block of tenement houses. The owner of the building at that time - count Ksawery Branicki - hoped to create a representative urban development. Situated in Warsaw’s most charming and picturesque neighborhood, in proximity to Nowy Swiat street, Trakt Królewki Route and Trzech Krzyzy square. From the moment it was created, Smolna 40 fascinated with its beautiful ornaments and palace-like interiors.
Room is equipped to standards and regulations for an accessible room. If guest is with a caretaker, the room beside is connected if necessary. Room is larger than standard room so that a wheelchair can access bed on both sides. There are grab rails at toilet and showers as per regulations.