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Our new renovated hotel is already open! Completely renovated unique interiors of the Hotel impresses with its bold colors, custom furnishings and unique, and modern design. Best Western Plus Kraków Old Town Hotel is situated at the very center of the city, making it the ideal choice for anyone on a business trip who wishes to absorb the magic of Europe's most glorious city at one and the same time. It is also the perfect haven for tourists who want to have the major attractions of the Old Town and the ancient Jewish quarter of Kazimierz no more than a few steps away. At the Best Western Plus ...More details
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Nice hotel in a good location
Reviewed 26 october, 2021
My first time in Krakow and this hotel was an excellent choice, short walk too the main square. The room was clean and modern, loved the styling. Breakfast was ok, quite a good choice, only let down was the bar was closed on the days i was there, but plenty of pubs and restaurants in the and around the main square and a small supermarket next door. Would definetley stay here again.
Great place to stay in Krakow
Reviewed 7 september, 2021
I highly recommend this hotel. We stayed again this weekend and it's a great place to stay. Extremely well located to walk to any neighbourhood that interests you in Krakow. The rooms are clean and comfortable. There is paid parking available at the hotel, which is not always the case in Krakow. And the staff is amazing. The front desk staff is always delightful at any time of day - friendly, professional. The housekeeping staff does a great job and the room was very clean.. The breakfast staff is attentive and helpful and they ensure a good variety of cold and hot food options. Try the fresh juice as it's delicious. We'll definitely be staying here again.
Location Location Location, the smaller guy triumphs
Reviewed 7 may, 2020
Myself and some friends stayed in this establishment mid February whilst we visited Kraków for one member of our party’s birthday. Having never been to Kraków nor Poland before all we desired was to have a nice hotel close to the centre. The location is pretty much bang on. It’s around 5 minutes walk if that to the central square (10/15 if your staggering) and around 20 from the train station, though we had stopped in a boozer on the way and was already fairly scaly wagged by the time we’d checked in so I may need correcting. None the less it’s a prime spot. The staff were all very polite and helpful as far as directions and recommendations, the few we spoke to commanded the English language very well. Now the room I must admit is somewhat small and basic, granted if it was a one night stay I wouldn’t have been fussed but it was rather cramped due to the friend who was also staying that room being a fairly big bloke. The single beds are also quite small and the duvet is wrapped that tightly under the mattress one would need 2 Crow bars, Mark Henry and a length of pipe as leverage to try get it out. Had I been Rey Mysterio I wouldn’t have been too fussed but unfortunately I am 6’1 and my feet being off the end of the mattress isn’t my idea of a good kip. The breakfast is fairly bogo. I myself didn’t mind it however the rest of the party wasn’t too keen. Whether that’s me eating like a pig or them being fussy I’m not too sure but hey ho. One thing which isn’t necessarily the hotels fault is that the walls are kinda thin and there seemed to be a few lads coming and going pretty hammered at all times at night very loudly. At one point I unfortunately witnessed an Asian looking fellow running through the corridor not even in his skivvies. Whether this was dealt with accordingly I don’t know but even to me in my state at that particular moment it was a bit odd. None the less it wasn’t a bad stay, you get what you pay much like a wwe ppv so one can’t complain and like a wwe ppv if I have to I’d probably go back.
Short solo stay to explore Krakow and Auschwitz
Reviewed 21 march, 2020
The location of this hotel is what makes it excellent. It is a 5 minute walk to the centre of the old town where a lot of the main sites are as well as best restaurants. The breakfast on offer was very good and thorough. The rooms were very clean and modern as well as the rest of the hotel. For the most part, the hotel staff were helpful and pleasant. The rooms are very small, I paid extra for a premium room. I dread to think how small the non-premium rooms were. The bar in the hotel is small and not very nice, not to mention not even staffed. The transfer rate to the airport is something to be avoided, as Uber is half the price.
Clean, comfortable, and great location
Reviewed 11 march, 2020
Just a few minutes' walk to the enormous town square, including shops, restaurants, and horse-and-carriage rides. Twenty paces to a grocery store, too. About 18-minute walk from Krakow Glowny train station, but there are cheap streetcars (trams) nearby. On my second night, a group of drunk seniors carried on loudly in the hall right outside my room, but overall my experience there was good. The buffet's seating is widely-spaced apart, which is great for germaphobes like me in a coronavirus time.