Plus points: It's cheap and the rooms are fairly big.
This is one of a group of 3 hotels sitting together in a suburb of Warsaw. I'm presuming these used to be army or even university accommodation, now moved over to the private sector.
Check-in: Small and slightly chaotic. Couldn't find my reservation at first - I was worried as the city was full and it was the only reason I was staying here.
Rooms: Off big, institutional corridors. Mine had a small entrance area with storage space and a compact bath shower area off.
Bathroom: Mostly clean, but don't expect marble tiles and heated mirrors. Old plumbing, surface mounted pipes - no glamarous.
Beds: Not the comfiest in the world - think mattress and springs. More of a put-me-up Z bed.
There was a TV in the room with some satellite channels. That was about it.
Small, smoky, bar on the ground floor.
If you must stay at the Aramis - spend your time out and about, then return to base to sleep only.
Large breakfast buffet OK for cold food - not sure I would eat the warmed through Wurst.
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