— How would you describe Autor Rooms in a few words?
— Autor Rooms lounge area
— What was the idea behind Autor Rooms and why did you decide to open your own small hotel?
We found this very nice apartment in a unique pre-war building with really beautiful architecture. Seeing the house and the rooms we were inspired to bring in other creatives to help us invent Autor Rooms as a new concept of vacationing.”
— Room 1777
— What about the different authors that are behind the hotel’s interior design?
There were several authors in the design process, such as the architect Mateusz Baumiller who helped us with preserving the original layout of the apartments and also helped us to come up with clever ideas for bathroom designs and such.
We further invited Maria Jeglińska, an industrial designer, to design pieces inside the rooms like the mirrors, shelves, and door handles. She also designs glasses and jars, like the serving sets in the rooms.
The lighting at Autor Rooms was done by Ultra Lights, Beza Project made the blankets, and we also brought in original artwork from Galleria Starter, a gallery that features young artists.”
— Can you tell us more about the rooms and facilities at the hotel?
WiFi is offered throughout the hotel but there is no TV. In the common room there’s a bar and a collection of vinyl records with Polish music and an iPod with other music.
We serve breakfast that our chef can personalise meals for guests, using fresh, local ingredients. We also have a very nice restaurant nearby where guests can order dinner or they can use the kitchen in the apartment if they prefer to cook themselves.”
— Room 1410
— Please tell us about the atmosphere at Autor Rooms.
Our manager welcomes everybody personally and our concierge is available to provide recommendations on what to see and do in Warsaw. We would like our vacation guests to feel like they are staying at a friend’s house where they are well taken care of.”
— Room 1777
— To you personally, what is so special about staying at Autor Rooms?