The Room: Don’t look for “wow!” at WAW. It’s a basic room to begin with so expectations weren’t high so while there was no chaise lounge, rainfall shower or chandaliere’d dining area, there’s one perk that makes this a worth while in-between flight nap spot.
Ours was nothing special other than that it was reasonably new (we looked) and a lot more comfotable than slumping over chair in the lounge. Even if you don’t find the bed that comfortable, the mini-bar has enough hard-booze stock to make the floor feel like a cloud of goose down.
Washroom: Agian, keep expectations low. You’ll find just a basic shower/tub combo, a small sink area and low-end amenities. Save the spa bath for your next stop.
Amenities: The basics are average. Shampoo leaves your hair feeling a little waxy but it’s not as low-grade as you might find in a similar-grade hotel. Nothing worth stealing here.
Service: The front desk rep was very helpful and became friendlier as she checked me in. By the time it was time to head up to the room I felt pretty Hollywood…but this is not Hollywood.
Wi-fi/Connectivity: Wi-fi comes at a charge and isn’t worth it for stays as short as this one. Included T-mobile international roaming did us well on this trip.
Overall: Sleep. If that’s what you’re in it for, this is your spot. Rooms are perhaps a little dated but our room at Courtyard Marriott Warsaw Airport relatively clean and are great for a night or even just a few hours.
How’d we book? A new site we found: Between 9 and 5, which turned out to be a great resource for finding quick nap spots near airports.