Light-filled rooms have understated contemporary decor, and if the glass bathroom isn’t private enough, you can always draw the curtains. There’s a funky 1950s feel to the public areas, and the all-day brasserie and bar, Dystrykt One, serves a reasonably priced menu of pan-European dishes along with a few Polish flavours. Its laidback atmosphere extends to the free bike rental on offer. Location was perfect to discover the Krakow city centre and old town, just a few minutes walk.
Located nearby the heart of the city, the hotel is minutes away from Krakow Arena Hall and nearby Expo Krakow Fair Trade Center…. Apartment style hotel – Weiliczka salt mine close by – Old town and Jewish Quarter walking trails available – Zakopane nearby…. Polish art based contemporary hotel in the heart of city – Wawel Castle and Renaissance Cloth Hall, museums, galleries close by…. Guestrooms feature traditional decor; set on the banks of the Wisla River, near Wawel Castle, 10 minute walk to Market Square…. Before retreating to your cosy sanctuary, you can stroll through the surrounding streets which lead to the main Market Square, and pay a visit to the many important monuments which ornate the beautiful Old Town. Here, a passion for hospitality has translated into a graceful service, blending the best of boutique living with the comforts of home.
The guestrooms are adorned with wallpapers embellished by bold florals, and high-quality wooden furniture. The ground floor restaurant beautifully opens out onto the market square, and the cellar boasts an intimate café and a charming jazz club. The perfect place to lay your weary head, Hotel Betmanowska is known both for its romantic environment and its close proximity to great restaurants and attractions. The luxury interiors were designed to add an opulent glow to your city break, and exude both comfort and intimacy.
Each apartment comes with an ergonomic workstation and a kitchenette equipped with a refrigerator, a coffee machine, and a microwave with a grill. Many cosy nooks invite guests to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life, including the restaurant, bar, and bakery, which all serve organic produce in an environment sprinkled with a classical flair. This beautifully restored tenement house from the 19th century lies at the foot of the Wawel Castle and boasts arty interiors furnished by the award-winning Conran & Partners studio.
It’s definitely a unique and worthwhile experience to stay here. In a prime location in the Debniki district of Kraków, B&B krakow hotels Centrum is located 1.1 km from Wawel Royal Castle, 1.6 km from National Museum of Krakow and 2 km from Town Hall Tower.
Branch away from the traditional streets of the Old Town, and in the Kazimierz district , you’ll find up-and-coming boutiques, quirky hotels, and an excellent selection of cafes, bistros, and bars. Travel further afield, and you can enjoy fabulous five-star luxury in Krakow’s greenest areas right on the edge of the city. A very clean and spacious room, located within a 10 min walk from Old Kazimierz district and some 15mins from the old town. Some small shops/bakeries around if you need something, convenient parking spots underground for 40zl.
A popular hotel in Krakow, Vienna House Andel’s Cracow is also one of the highest rated. Great location, super close to the main square in the old Town, yet in a silent street. Breakfast was ok; since it is an aparthotel, they didn’t have a buffet; instead they would bring a nice assortment of food for breakfast, that could be chosen amongst 4 different options. Best thing was how spacious was the apartment, with nice furniture and bed, for a good price. No matter your budget, thanks to Kraków’s ascent into elite status as a European destination, there is no lack of accommodation options in this fabled city.
This hotel has a good quality for reasonable price and is located in a good area. 2 minutes walk to Main Square and St. Mary Church and Sukiennice. Ask for espresso (if you like-we didn’t find out about this option until last day). We needed a taxi for 6am flight- it arrived on time, and we received breakfast to go . The picturesque streets of the Kazimierz district have Jewish-themed restaurants, bookstores and small shops. Stylish cafés can be found all over the city and trendy restaurants serve delicious polish cuisine.