ACCOMMODATIONS Room at the Top in Warsaw

Notes ACCOMMODATIONS Room at the Top in Warsaw

The 41-story glass tower rises out of Warsaw's downtown like an intruder from another world. But it is a welcome one. The $65 million Warsaw Marriott, which is scheduled to open this week with a bash for 1,000 guests, will be the first major Western-operated hotel in Poland. Built in a joint venture with the Polish airline LOT and an Austrian construction company, the structure has 520 hotel rooms and office space for businesses. Amenities include a shopping mall, a swimming pool and satellite TV in every room.

Lodging rates range from $135 for a single room to $1,500 for the...

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