Extended Stay Warsaw
- Corporate Housing in Furnished Apartments

Warsaw, Poland

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Warsaw, Poland. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Warsaw:

Residence Diana

Residence Diana

13 A Chmielna Street, Warsaw 00-021

Located in the historic Diana Passage close to Nowy Swiat, one of Warsaw’s most popular streets, Residence Diana showcases the finest level of quality the city has to offer.... more information

Warsaw, Poland City Info

Warsaw is the capital of Poland situated in the very heart of the country. In 2001 Warsaw had 1,615,000 inhabitants.  In order to better understand Warsaw and Poland, one ought to go back and take look at its history. It is rich, fascinating, and often very tragic. For those of you who do not have the time to read lengthy history books I am including this shortened version of Warsaw's history.

Warsaw was finally liberated on the 17th of January, 1945, altogether 800,000 of its inhabitants had perished during the war. The survivors came back to their city almost immediately and started to rebuild it. Warsaw again became the capital of Poland. But once more its fate was really determined by Moscow, a fact symbolized by the Palace of Culture (originally named in honor of Joseph Stalin) towering over the city center since 1955. In 1981 the communist rulers had to rely on the army to defend their power against the Solidarity movement of Lech Walesa, announcing martial law on 13th of December. With the crumbling economy and the transformations going on in the Soviet Union, the communists finally had to allow free elections in 1989. These ended in a complete defeat for the Communist Party.

The new government right away began extensive democratic and economic reforms, and for Warsaw a great economic boom began. Today, with 1.6 million inhabitants, Warsaw is trying to catch up with the western capitals. Despite many problems, the city is growing. Every year the face of the city changes in a dramatic and surprising way. The city has also opened up to tourists whom it hopes to attract in large numbers. Most importantly the city is again free after decades of foreign rule and influence.

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