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All reviewsgrand staircasethe main squareold townelegant hotelorder hot foodhot breakfastpacked lunchoriginal featuresbit datedsitting roomhuge bathroomhot optionsfew minutes walkexcellent locationcooked eggsbreakfast was amazingrecommend this hotel
Located to the north of the Old Town and just within what little remains of the ancient fortification wall, the hotel is perfect for exploring all of the old quarter on foot. Dating back to the early 1900s, it has all of the charm and...More
Stayed for 3 nights over the New Year period.
The hotel is well located for the main square of Krakow which is less than a 10 minute walk.
Friendly staff and efficient reception desk service.
Clean and spacious rooms. Decor could do with modernising a...More
This is a magnificent hotel. It was built more than 100 years ago and the decor made me think I was stepping back in time. The grand staircase, charming furnishings, and old-world details were fitting for this old and beautiful city. The staff was amazing....More
We stayed 3 nights to see the Christmas Markets. 6 of us in our group.
Everything about our break was fantastic - visiting the markets, friends who live not too far away, the weather wasn't freezing as we expected, the sightseeing, Pierogi, food, and of...More
We stayed here for 5 nights from 27th November. Check in was very easy, we did book through easyJet so just needed to show our accommodation voucher. The guy who checked us in showed us a map of Krakow and was very friendly and welcoming....More
Response from Anastasia T | Reviewed this property |
If you are looking for a city tour, try Free Walking Tours. The guides are great and explain a lot about history because most of them have historical education. In case of going to the Salt Mine, I would really recommend... More
If you are looking for a city tour, try Free Walking Tours. The guides are great and explain a lot about history because most of them have historical education. In case of going to the Salt Mine, I would really recommend going their by yourself - train station very close to the city center, the schedule can be check on the web-site, tickets can be bought in a ticket kiosk. The earlier you get their, the less waiting line will be.