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The hotel is situated at the heart of the trendy Kazimierz District, the former Jewish Quarter, and within walking distance from the Old Town, where guests can visit the Main Market Square, the Town Hall or the Wawel Castle. The Galeria Kazimierz is also a few minutes away from the hotel. Due to its central location and its proximity to the Railway Station, this hotel is perfect for both business and leisure travellers. The airport is about 15 km away. The rooms are cosy and comfortable, stylishly decorated in wooden furniture and warm tones, come with amenities added to guarantee comfort. Gue...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Reviewed 10 september, 2020
Hotel seemed promising from photos and other reviews that had been written, upon arrival the door was locked and we had the ring the bell, to which the person answering the door didn’t look pleased to see us, knew exactly which key to give us making me think we were the only ones staying here. The decor of the room was acceptable needs a little updating in all honesty, the bathroom was interesting to say the least, the water pressure in the shower was more likened to something you jet wash a pavement with and the sink was merely a light dribble. Breakfast was limited at best, juices lukewarm, and few other options to chose from. Of the few positives, the location is good with numerous restaurants and things to do nearby, a great recommendation given by one receptionist who was working far too infrequent, maybe if she worked more often the hotel would be busier. Would certainly come to Krakow again, to this hotel definitely not.
Reviewed 10 september, 2020
So, here we go. Room - basic, •Shower has two settings, either more pressure than a sales rep on coke trying to get you in their bar or drips slower than ya gran up the stairs. •Bed, it’s a bed... solid 3 out of 10 •highlight of the room is this wonderful picture ive included. And the view looks great if you got cataracts. Restaurant, Gives of a league of gentlemen kinda vibe, coffee was like muddy water. Staff, Give her dues, one lady here was great (didn’t get her name so will refer to her as Brenda) helpful and full of smiles and sound advice of good places for meals etc etc. Unfortunately it’s not just Brenda on the payroll, let’s add (again didn’t get real names so will assume appropriate names) Victor and Veronica these 2 less use than a condom with the end chopped off. Grumpy and seemed to have big issues when it came to letting you in the front door, which was locked nearly all the time.. Now Veronica, this one didn’t even open the door! 30mis ring of the bell she must have been off in broom cupboard or something way more important that letting people in to their hotel! All in all will defo’s be back to Kraków, but probs won’t be back to this gaff. :)
Wonderful stay in authentic hotel
Reviewed 5 march, 2020
Location was good. A short walk from the castle, main square & river. Rooms were spotless. Breakfast was filling with a variety of choices. Receptionists were extremely friendly and helpful. Lots of surrounding bars & restaurants
Reviewed 2 march, 2020
Pros :Nice staff Room was very clean twin beds plenty of room. Breakfast was ok always plenty to choose from. Cons :Bar was operated by either waiter or receptionist closed super early lights off at 9pm Area was run down Saying that I would go again as reasonably priced.
Just the job for a short break
Reviewed 18 february, 2020
Clean room with twin beds. Bedding changed daily and clean towels. Reception staffed until late. Quite a choice at breakfast- cereals, breads, jams, meats, cheeses,coffee, tea, juices, eggs,sausage (European style), olives, pancakes etc. All the food is European style. Can’t comment on evening menu as we didn’t try it out (too busy sight seeing to be back early enough). Hotel is in Kazimierz district-many lovely restaurants near by. Short walk to Plac Nowy, a little further to Jewish Quarter. 15-20 mins walk to Main Swuare.