Hotel in a great location, very clean and comfortable. We have a baby and I have to admit that the hotel is very family friendly. The only downside is lack of smile. All the staff are polite and helpful but they never ever smile
Fab hotel, beds soooo comfy with large pillows. We had room 41 our friends had 31. No complaints apart from smelly drain in the bathroom. Quiet but central to everything, brilliant bar just to the left of the front entrance! Great breakfast, thoroughly recommended.
A lovely area to stay in with good bars and restaurants all very close. It is cheaper to eat and drink in this area compared to the Old Town but easily walkable if you want to be in the hustle of the Old Town. We walked everywhere and felt that we really struck lucky with this hotel because it was so central. I really can't recommend this hotel enough and I will certainly be going back there!
We stayed in a 2 bed roomed apartment and the rooms were huge! Everything appears newly decorated, and excellent level of cleanliness throughout. Large bathroom, with substantial bath and separate shower. The hotel arranged transportation to and from the airport, as well as trips to Auschwitz and the Saltmines.
The hotel is located in the heart of Kazimierz, the old (and now fashionable) Jewish quarter of Kraków, very near the Wawel castle and only a short walk from the Old Town. Facilities are very good, the decor is tasteful in the Art Nouveau style (for which Kraków is famous), the place is perfect for the short family stay or a tourist visit, although not what one would call luxurious, which is reflected in the price. What makes the deal is the friendly and helpful staff, cleanliness, location and a pretty good breakfast. The street is quiet, the front windows of the hotel face the side of the Pauline Fathers' church. There is free WiFi in the quite spacious room, the bathroom is very clean and quite well equipped, the Expedia price was good. We will certainly consider this hotel for our next trip.
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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