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The apartment is located in the center of Krakow in the building that once housed the venerable “Lubicz Brewery” that belonged to the Goetz family. The building is state of the art, while the surrounding area is kept in a charming 1800's style.
From here it is only a 5 min walk to one of the largest shopping centers - Galeria Krakowska or to the Krakow's Main Square which is the focal point of the old town. Shops, restaurants, clubs, pubs and the vibrant nightlife is just a 10 minute walk away. Back in the apartment you will find absolutely quiet (no traffic noise) and you can relax after a long day out on the town, watch tv, on-line movies and series or just cozy up to the fireplace with a drink. In the summer time you can enjoy the evening on the balcony with stunning views, equipped wi...The apartment is located in the center of Krakow in the building that once housed the venerable “Lubicz Brewery” that belonged to the Goetz family. The building is state of the art, while the surrounding area is kept in a charming 1800's style.
From here it is only a 5 min walk to one of the largest shopping centers - Galeria Krakowska or to the Krakow's Main Square which is the focal point of the old town. Shops, restaurants, clubs, pubs and the vibrant nightlife is just a 10 minute walk away. Back in the apartment you will find absolutely quiet (no traffic noise) and you can relax after a long day out on the town, watch tv, on-line movies and series or just cozy up to the fireplace with a drink. In the summer time you can enjoy the evening on the balcony with stunning views, equipped with electric grill, garden chairs, table and large swing chair.
Overnatting.pl is a spacious and comfortable two-bedroom apartment finished with exquisite materials and stylish design. The apartment is on the top floor and has large private balcony with great views and sun all day long, as it's located on the southern side. There is sleeping space for up to four people; A queen-size bed with comfortable mattress for two people in the bedroom, and a large double sofa bed for two in the living room. The kitchen consists of a dining table with four chairs and is fully equipped for those who want to cook themselves. There is an oven, induction hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and toaster. If you prefer to eat out and try the delicious Polish cuisine, there are many cafes and restaurants in the immediate vicinity of the apartment.
The apartment is smoke free but you are welcome to smoke outside on the balcony, which you have easy access to from the living room and bedroom.
Each room has its own 40-inch 3D internet TV and free high-speed 120 Mb / s Wi-Fi. Linen, towels, toothbrush, toothpaste, shower gel and soap are provided for free. The same goes for coffee and tea which is always available in the apartment with no extra cost.
Private balcony with electric grill, garden chairs, table and swing chair.
Fully equipped kitchen
Big shower cabin for two people
2 flat-screen TVs 40 'with Norwegian films and series
Queen-size bed for two people (160 cm x 200 cm)
Sofa bed for two in the living room (150 cm x 260 cm)
120Mbps free Wi-Fi
The main bus terminal (Dworzec autobusowy) - 350m / 4 min
Central railway station (Dworzec Glowny) - 350m / 4 min
Shopping mall Galeria Krakowska - 400m / 5 min
The Main Square (Rynek Glowny) - 800m / 10min
Wawel Royal Castle (Zamek Wawel) - 1800m / 20 min
The old Jewish district of Kazimierz - 2000 m / 25 min
Balice Airport - 14 km / about 25 min by taxiMore
I studied in Krakow for 6 years and go back yearly - we have stayed in many flats but this one was by far the best. Perfectly located to see the old city and the Jewish quarter. Very modern with two flat screen TVs, two...More
Great location and host who will provide all you need to make your stay in Krakow very comfortable and safe.
Comes with modern kitchen, toilet and very nice comfy bed/sofa.
TV comes with Netflix and other Smart TV functionality. Clean towels aplenty are provided and...More
This apartment was very nice and comfortable and located in a secure building on the 5th floor with an elevator, which makes it user friendly for people who don't like to do stairs such as myself. It has a balcony that overlooks a very old...More
This unit is in a great location and is absolutely stunning. Comfortable bed and all the amenities you need to make your vacation a great one. The shower was dual head and the water was extra hot which was much appreciated after a long day...More
It was my first stay in an apartment, but was nicely surprised, it was clean, in good location, I would stay there again and recommend to my friends. Jacek was very nice to deal with,and answered all my question, I had before arrival
The apartment has absolutely everything you could want in a rental: modern, clean, spacious, quiet, comfortable and very well equipped. Days before our arrival Jacek sent intructions on how to find and enter the apartment plus information about things to do in Krakow. All inside...More
We stay for 3 nights at Jacek apartment , the host was extremely helpful from the day we booked and very friendly till the end . The flat was outstanding, so beautiful and luxury, with all the equipment’s you need and more , everything was...More
Overnatting.pl - History
The history of the Lubicz Brewery dates back to 1840, when the area at 15-17 Lubicz Street belonged to the Jenny family. The brewery's first buildings were erected based on a design by von Pierett, ordered by Rudolf Jenny. The plant named ”John's Brewery” was owned by the Jenny family until 1903; a year later, it was taken over by baron Jan Goetz – Okocimski. The new owner changed the brewery's name to Browar Krakowski i Fabryka Przetworów Słodowych J. Götza. The brewery prospered very well undergoing constant modernisation processes. After the death of baron Jan Goetz, in 1931, the brewery's management passed on to his son. The brewery was in operation until the war, with a stoppage in 1936 caused by the employees' strike. After the end of WW2, the brewery was nat...