Apartment GIELDOWA III - Center - Warsaw - Poland
Warszawa Centrum, Giełdowa
reference Number: GIE-3-1B-4P
Elegant and representative apartment near the Warsaw Uprising Museum.
The apartment is located in a complex called Capital Art. Apartment functionally designed with the utmost care for details. The apartment is located on Giełdowa Street (entrance also from Siedmiogrodzka Street). The building complex is under constant 24 hours. security at the bottom Reception. The internal area is nicely landscaped with a playground for children. At the bottom of the building, there is a grocery store, cafe bar, wine shop, sushi bar. The apartment consists of a living room with a kitchen, a master bedroom with a 160x200cm bed, a bathroom with a shower, a second bathroom with a large bathtub, a second bedroom with a 140x200cm bed and a hall with a small wardrobe.
In addition, guests will have at their disposal a spacious balcony just in time for morning breakfast or coffee. The apartment is fully equipped: washing machine, ceramic hob, oven, fridge, dishwasher , toster, coffe machine
There is a sofa bed in the living room. The apartment is quiet on the 3 nd floor. Good communication to the center - the second metro line is just a few minutes' walk away. The apartment is perfect for both short stays and longer stays in Warsaw.
Nearby, just a few minutes' walk, there is the Warsaw Uprising Museum on ul. Grzybowska 79.
- Living room: A fold-out sofa (145x200) for 2 people, coffee table, TV and TV table
- Kitchenette: induction hob, fridge, dishwasher, oven, electric kettle, cutlery, dishes, table + 4 chairs
- Hall: built-in wardrobe for clothes
- Bedroom 1: a double bed (160x200), 2 bedside tables, a chest of drawers
- Bedroom 2: double bed (140x200), chest of drawers, desk with a chair for work
- Bathroom 1: bathtub, washbasin, toilet
- Bathroom 2: shower, washing machine, toilet
hair dryer, iron, ironing board, WI-FI Internet, a set of bed linen and towels, a set of soaps and cleaning agents, a vacuum cleaner.
Walking distance from the Warsaw Rising Museum http://www.1944.pl The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is Warsaw residents’ tribute to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital. It is located in a former tram power station, a 20th century landmark of industrial architecture located by Przyokopowa and Grzybowska streets.
For the ten years of its activity, the Museum received almost 4 600 000 visitors; more than 240 000 students from all school profiles took part in museum workshops. The Museum gathered over 30 000 exhibits, of which nearly 1000 are presented on the exhibition area of 3000 km2. The Museum Library’s collection consists of over 11 000 volumes. We have already issued over 170 000 own publications. The Museum was covered in over 10 000 press articles. By the present date, over 2000 interviews with the Insurgents were carried out and recorded as a part of the Oral History Archive