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The grand neo-Renaissance facade of the Raffles Europejski Warsaw places its opening in the 19th century when Italian architect Enrico Marconi set out to shape the Polish capital, but step into the lobby and it’s all 21st century luxury- and Raffles butlers- from here on out. The hotel is full of contemporary Polish art, and everything from the two glass vases of twisty neon tubes in the lobby to the library area in each room, is a showcase of Polish talent and Warsaw history. Then, of course, the hotel’s Long Bar, with its tile mural by Jarosław Fliciński, is an attraction in its own right. It’s the current cocktail hotspot in town, and the locally inspired variant of the Singapore Sling, using a syrupy quince liqueur, might be even better than the original. Throw in the hotel’s location right on the so-called Royal Route, and it’s not hard to see why the Raffles Europejski remains the uncontested grand dame of Warsaw hotels.