Intercontinental is one of the tallest buildings in the city, has unique, modern architecture and is one of the most important landmarks in Warsaw.
The building is characterised by its unusual shape and is finished in pea-green tones, like the adjacent Warsaw Financial Center. The building houses 414 rooms of various standards, including the presidential suite, 76 luxury suites with kitchenettes, and has 13 conference rooms. The building also has a ballroom, two bars, two restaurants, sauna, fitness club, spa, and solarium. A modern swimming pool, located on the 43rd and 44th floors (150 meters above the ground) holds the distinction of being the highest indoor swimming pool in Europe. Underground, spread over five levels, there is a car park for 175 vehicles.
The premier location of the hotel allows quick access to great tourist attractions, like Warsaw Old Town, the National Museum, the Warsaw Uprising Museum and many others. The hotel is also in close proximity to Warszawa Centralna railway station, the Palace of Culture and Science, and Złote Tarasy shopping mall.