Autor Rooms

  • Location: City
    Restaurants and shops: In walking distance
    Warsaw Rising Museum: 3km (10 mins drive)
    Royal Castle: 5km (15 mins drive)
  • Warsaw Airport (WAW): 8km (20 mins drive)
    Good public transport
    Paid parking
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An introduction to Autor Rooms

How would you describe Autor Rooms in a nutshell?

Autor Rooms is a beautiful, small four-bedroom apartment in Warsaw, Poland. The apartment offers a very private and personal atmosphere for guests who want to experience a unique place that reflects Warsaw’s passion and character.

What was the idea behind Autor Rooms and why did you decide to open Autor Rooms?

I have a graphic design company and therefore know a lot of people from the creative sector. When we realised that in Warsaw there really was no place for creatives like ourselves to come and visit, we decided to create such a place ourselves.

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.

What about the different authors that are behind the hotel’s interior design?

Autor Rooms is a very creative place and since it was of the utmost importance to us to keep the design local, we sourced furniture by Polish designers like Comforty. This gives our vacation guests a very unique and authentic regional experience.

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.

To you personally, what is so special about staying at Autor Rooms?

I think it is the atmosphere that really makes Autor Rooms special. It has a very private atmosphere in which many of our guests start up friendships and also have the opportunity to meet real Polish artists by getting invited to gallery openings.

How long would you recommend to stay at Autor Rooms to get a feel of the city?

A weekend can be really fun and just long enough to get an introduction to Warsaw and see the area. In the spring or summer, I would take three or four days because there are much more things to do outside.

What’s been the biggest reward about opening Auto Rooms?

Because of Autor Rooms we have an opportunity to meet new people coming from around the world and with all different backgrounds, which has been the biggest reward for us. We have received so many wonderful guests at this hotel and we truly enjoy seeing how much they appreciate our creation of an informal apartment but with the amenities and services of a boutique hotel.

Autor Rooms lounge area
Room 1777
Room 1777
Room 1968 bathroom
Room 2020
Room 2020
Room 1410
Kitchen at Autor Rooms
Autor Rooms balcony and view

Autor Rooms rooms & rates

Autor Rooms is one big 200 sqm apartment that is on the first floor and divided up into four bedrooms. Each room has a bathroom with a shower.

The luxurious design of the apartment was very important to us but our main goal was to create a comfortable and homey atmosphere. Therefore each of the bedrooms is very comfy, with great mattresses and luxurious bedding.

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 guests to feel like they are staying at a friend’s house where they are well taken care of.


Room 1410: The smallest and the coziest of the hotel rooms. It looks out onto the beautiful Lwowska street facing the Faculty of Architecture of The Warsaw University. It has a queen double bed which sleeps 2 and a bathroom with shower.

Room 1777: With bay windows looking out onto Piękna street, this spacious room gives you a great view by day as well as a unique one by night of a restored original 50’s neon of a volleyball player. It has a double bed, perfect for a couple.

Room 2020: The biggest and the sunniest of the rooms. It has a double bed that you can convert into 2 separate beds, as well as a double sofabed that sleeps 2. It has a large balcony where you can relax and watch the city life.

Room 1968: A suite consisting of a bedroom, a living room and a bathroom. With a double bed in the bedroom and a sofabed in the living room, it can sleep up to 4 people. Perfect for a business trip, giving you space and comfort to work and have meetings. The living room windows face Koszykowa street while the bedroom windows are actually doors to a hidden balcony looking over the small inner courtyard.

  • Autor Rooms for 8-10 people / 200 m²
    No prices available
    • 4 Double bedrooms
    • 4 Shower rooms (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 2 Sofabeds (on req.)
    • 2 Baby cots (on req.)
    • Balcony
Included in the rates
Rates include a delicious breakfast including cereals, porridge, sourdough bread, homemade jam, seasonal vegetables, eggs and a selection of meats and cheeses. All produce comes from regional farms and producers.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. Children up to 12 years old free if they sleep in the hotel beds. There is no option of putting extra beds in the room. A baby cot is available upon request.
Minimum stay
1 nights
Check in time
after 14:00
Check out time
before 12:00
Discounts/Special offers
This property offers easy COVID-19 cancellation terms:
In case of official travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, guests can cancel free of charge up to 1 day before arrival.

Facilities & services

  • Maid service
  • Concierge service
  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • Honesty bar/Minibar
  • Business / Remote work facilities
  • Music system
  • Central heating
  • Iron & Board
  • Hair dryer

For our guests we provide local organic and all-natural cosmetics and a bathrobe especially designed by a fashion designer.

WiFi is offered throughout the apartment 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 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.

Things to do in Warsaw

  • Art / Culture
  • Shopping / Markets
  • Night life
  • Cycling

We organise sightseeing excursions based on whatever side of Warsaw you’d like to experience. Whatever your interests are, we’ll plan an individualized program around it. For example, you can discover Warsaw’s food bars, restaurants, open markets, culinary workshops, walk through Warsaw’s architectural age of modernism with your own personal tour guide from the Architecture Center Foundation or a personal speedboat tour of the Vistula River.

My personal highlight is to tour the architecture in all the different areas of Warsaw. There are also beautiful museums, like the Museum of Modern Art, and several nice restaurants. It all depends on what our guests would like to do and see, of course.

Smak magazine can provide tours, and we always recommend some nice places to go as well. There is an alternative guide called Do It In Warsaw, which offers some unusual ideas on what to discover here, and we have that in-house for our vacation guests.

The location of Autor Rooms

The building is in a very central part of Warsaw, only a few hundred meters from Warsaw central station. You can experience pre- and post-war architecture of Poland just within a few blocks of the apartment. Our street, Lwowska, is the only street in Warsaw that survived the war, so you really get a sense of pre-war Warsaw. As a contrast, and just a few steps from our street is a square with ’50s socialist architecture.

This area has a lot of nice galleries, cafés, and bars and right now is one of the happening places in Warsaw. However, it is much less touristic and has a more natural feel to it than some of the busier cities, such as Prague.

When is the best time to visit Warsaw?

Each season offers different experiences and attractions and the city comes alive at different times of the year so that there is always something going on. During spring and summer there are many activities happening outside which you won’t be able to experience during the colder months of the year. There are markets on the weekends and various attractions happening along the river.

September is probably the best time to stay when you still have a feeling of late summer and the city is more culturally alive with a lot of music festivals and concerts at that time. In October nature becomes especially beautiful with all the golden colours of the changing leaves, making it a very nice time to walk around.

Winter can be cold, so it’s not as pleasant, but the Christmas markets are fun to see. When there’s snow our vacation guests can go cross-country skiing in a wonderful park nearby.