Concierge.com's insider take:
You can't missliterallythis bright yellow, pink, and blue illusionist-style hotel, which opened at the edge of Warsaw's Ochota district in 1992. In contrast, the interior, with its 427 rooms and suites and two restaurants, leans toward the more traditional and restrained. The four-star hotel's Austrian-Polish design team named the place after King Jan III Sobieski, a Polish statesman whose troops rescued a besieged Vienna. On the premises are a gym, sauna, and massage studio.