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This hotel clearly caters for conferences and large groups, and as a result has forgotten about personalised service. The rooms are tired, beds uncomfortable and in the case of my first bedroom had stained carpets and marked walls. The main clinical restaurant is reserved for...More
We booked several hotels on our European tour but so far this was the only one that actually read our request for a disabled room as part of our booking. Lovely clean rooms but the best thing by far was the cuisine - the chef...More
Hotel is ok for business stay with average quality you can expect in Europe. Rooms are roomy and clean, service is good, though towels were a bit old and need replacement and a wireless is poor, which is big disadvantage these days and this is...More
Nice hotel for over-nightings (we did not experienced the restaurant, and in the morning we used the generous lunch pakets). Surroundings are not to be noticed, BUT the hotel is situated very close to the excellent public transport network; so going to the historical center...More
We stayed 5 nights in this hotel in mid September 17. It has to be the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed in, even the staff didn’t want to be there!
Pros: staff were very friendly; hotel was spotless
Cons: situated on an industrial estate; food...More
US$63 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#54 Luxury Hotel in Krakow
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Response from Gizmo8800 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. The did have tea and coffee making as well as bottled water. You can coordinate tours for both salt mines and auschwitz through the front desk. Front desk staff was very helpful. You can easily take bus to center of... More
Yes. The did have tea and coffee making as well as bottled water. You can coordinate tours for both salt mines and auschwitz through the front desk. Front desk staff was very helpful. You can easily take bus to center of town to markets and such. There is a large mall in walking distance.