What a début! Our first hotel in the Polish capital has chosen a particularly melodious namesake in Fryderyk Chopin, who was born in Warsaw in 1810. Traces of the composer and his musical legacy can be found all across the city – and they also set the tone for the design of our Motel One.
So before you set off to explore the city – which is full of countless theatres, museums and monuments, as well as hip cafés, boutiques and beach bars along the Vistula to satisfy any trend-setting tourist – take a little tour of our design hotel Motel One Warsaw-Chopin.
In keeping with the location
As the name suggests, our Motel One Warsaw, located opposite the historic Fryderyk Chopin Museum and the Chopin Institute, welcomes you with a music-inspired interior.
Mariusz Libel lives and works in Warsaw and was a member of the street art duo TWOZYWO for many years. For our reception, lounge and rooms, he combined elements of lithographs and musical notes to create large and small-scale pieces that offer a visual representation of Chopin and his native city.