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We chose this Aparthotel, as it was very very close to the Christmas market. The room was lovely. it had everything we needed for our three night stay. Beds were very comfortable. The rooms are on the second floor. There is no lift so for...More
Came to stay here for two nights on a first visit to Poland. The hotel arranged airport transfers both to and from the airport and were on time. The owner also arranged for our trip to Auschwitz.
The hotel was very clean and the water...More
The location is right off the main square and could not be more convenient. Hotel is very small and up 3 flights of stairs in a historic building (no elevator) but the rooms are modern and well appointed. The manager and owner is very friendly...More
We have just come back from spending 3 days at the Rembrandt hotel. We had an amazing trip!! Krakow is beautiful and the hotel was great. Staff were really friendly and nothing was too much trouble. Great location top for the main square. Would highly...More
This is an amazing, central aparthotel. The place is basis, but the staff are friendly and it has everything you need - plates, cups, tea, kettle as well as beds and a shower room. It is incredibly central and the cafe next door is convenient.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$45 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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If you are using your credit card to pay at the hotel, you can use your local currency or Polish Złoty. All of the nearby establishments tend to have the same policy, as the area is very heavily visited by tourists. There... More
If you are using your credit card to pay at the hotel, you can use your local currency or Polish Złoty. All of the nearby establishments tend to have the same policy, as the area is very heavily visited by tourists. There are also many "Kantor's" or Currency Exchange shops in the area as well. From what I've seen, they all tend to offer similar rates for exchange, just don't use the ones at the airport unless you really need to. Personally, I tend to just withdraw local currency using an ATM machine. I use a bank that has a very minimal international transaction fee (1%) and find that to be the most effective means for me to have local currency to spend. Best of luck!
Response from DickyBrush | Reviewed this property |
Its difficult to say as Remek would not take any money from us until the end of the holiday, To give you an idea, the bill per person (5 of us) for a 3-bedroom apartment for a week, transfers to and from the... More
Its difficult to say as Remek would not take any money from us until the end of the holiday, To give you an idea, the bill per person (5 of us) for a 3-bedroom apartment for a week, transfers to and from the airport, transport and entrance to Aushwitz and the Salt Mines (two separate trips) worked out at around £190 each - incredible! Remek organised everything - he even bought the tickets in each venue. He was brillian. I am sure he does the same for all the guests. I suggest emailing the apartments as we did. Enjoy!