Lovely hotel in a great area. Great choice of cafes and restaurants in area and safe to wander around. The hotel is lovely and in immaculate condition. Heavy tapestry type curtains and bedcover are not really my taste but that is a very individual preference. (I prefer much paler décor.) However if I return to Krakow I would definitely consider staying there. Buffet breakfast was excellent with lots of choice and good coffee. The meal I had in the restaurant one evening was also excellent and portions were the largest I had in Krakow. The presentation of the food was also very good. It was a little more expensive than other places I ate at but not excessively so. I also had a very good lunch the day I arrived.
We didn't have time to sample the spa, which was a shame, as it looked v nice. Hotel staff were helpful and the room was comfortable and pretty good value for money. Breakfast was a wonderfully varied buffet with great coffee. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk into the Kasiemierz (formerly a separate city, and the Jewish quarter), which is lively, with some great restaurants, open air music, and is of course, steeped in a fascinating and difficult history. It is a little far afield for the Main Square and Wawel Castle (Old Town) and because of our limited time, we took taxis from the hotel (staff organised this all wonderfully efficiently), which were inexpensive. It is also on the 'far' side from the airport so, again, we used a taxi to save time.
A well located and appointed hotel with very helpful staff who went out of their way to maximise our use of our limited time to see Krakow sights and people. Secure, quiet and well equipped with an excellent breakfast and local guarded car parks. We were able to concentrate on visiting the sights such as the Market Square and Wawel castle while connecting with friends, knowing that we could retire comfortably and in some style at the end of each packed day.
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.
This hotel was in a great location to see the sights of Kraków with many terrific restaurants and bars close by. Staff were extremely helpful in printing documents, organizing tours and taxis. Breakfast was a nice treat not offered by most hotels as an inclusion. Elevator made handling luggage easy.
Stayed here on a trip to Kraków with my husband. Situated in the Jewish quarter so excellent for the best food in town. Staff very helpful, organized our trips etc., even took us to the Salt mine and picked us up again at a very reasonable cost. Rooms spacious and very clean. Breakfast good.
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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