The lobbu of Raffles Europejski hotel in Warsaw
Courtesy of Raffles Europejski Warsaw

Raffles Europejski Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland

Over the past few years, Poland has quietly emerged as one of Europe’s most attractive tourist destinations, thanks to its low prices, improved infrastructure and luxe new lodging options. Chief among them: the Europejski, a majestic property that began its life as a hot-spot for intellectuals in 1857 and was recently restored by Raffles, the luxury Asian hospitality group. It reopened in June to rave reviews. —Kaitlin Menza

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