Very, very polite people. Excellent location if you want to stay in the Jewish Ghetto. I felt very very safe. Not the run of the mill tourists, which I appreciated so much. The morning breakfast is fabulous. Meats, cheeses, brie, different juices, muffins, cheesecake, variety of fruits, assorted cereals, and most of all espresso coffee not the American coffee. Beautifully served..........elegant. I also had dinner was 5 star rating.
The staff were amazing from the moment I booked. I emailed to confirm booking & separately to inform of late arrival, both times I received lovely and prompt responses. We were surprised with an upgrade when we arrived as the hotel was booked out - luck of the draw. Our room was spectacularly spacious, we loved it!
The shower head was slightly fault and faced the wall mostly so that was interesting. There is no lift but the stairs so wonders for your thighs so no complaints here!!
The streets stay rather noisy at night but that's to expect with the location.
We were beyond impressed and delighted with our stay!!!
Modern, spacious, clean, quiet, good location, 10 mins walk to old square, lots of restaurants and bars near by, excellent value and price included very good, hot and cold buffet breakfast. Very helpful staff.
This is a small very friendly hotel. Comfortable bed and really helpful staff. The hotel is con- veniently situated between the city centre and the Old Jewish Town as well as near to bus and tram stops. The only downside, which didn't bother us but might be a problem for some, is that the hotel has no lift. Apart from that it is excellent.
This is a lovely little hotel conveniently located near the Jewish quarter in Krakow. The staff here are very friendly and polite and their English is perfect. They were able to answer all my queries. The breakfast was very nice with a wide range of items to choose from. My room was bigger than expected and very comfortable.
Overall I really enjoyed my stay in this hotel and I would recommend it.
In the heart of the Jewish quarter this tastefully decorated hotel offers spacious stylish modern rooms with all the requirements. A gorgeous breakfast cellar area and breakfast to match. Surrounded by great restaurants and tram system .A winner all round. Excellent.
Krakow's historical Jewish district, Kazimierz was a cultural and spiritual hub before the devastating Nazi occupation. Steven Spielberg's movie Schindler’s List was filmed here. Today, in addition to centuries-old synagogues, visitors will find cafés, bistros, bars, galleries, and outdoor markets. Kazimierz is also the main venue for the popular Jewish Culture Festival, held each summer.
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