Hotel excellant, check in very quick. We had previously e-mailed the hotel who organised our trips with a personal driver at very reasonable cost. Staff all excellent, Breakfast adequate with hot and cold choices. Would certainly recommend this hotel to friends and looking forward to our next visit.
The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful from the moment we arrived to the moment we left. When we arrived I realised I had foolishly left my passport in the taxi from the airport. The hotel staff tracked down the taxi firm and managed to get it back for me. There was a complimentary cherry vodka and a talk about the city showing how to get to the best tourist areas on the map.
The apartment was amazing. There was a bedroom, lounge area, dining area with kitchen and bathroom with a bath and great shower. Everything appeared to be high end with a smart contemporary feel.
The breakfast was very European (meats and cheeses), but they also cooked things like scrambled egg when requested.
We enjoyed a short break in Krakow and had no complaints about the apartment. All facilities needed for a short break - two good sized bedrooms and cosy as it was absolutely freezing in the city!
We were met by a helpful guy who gave us all the details we needed, maps and some good suggestions of where to go / what to see, eat etc.
Krakow was a beautiful city, excellent value for money when it came to eating & drinking out and lots to see over a few days.
Wanted a hotel close to the main square and with all modern facilities. Hotel surpassed my expectations - very clean and well maintained. Superb view over river from roof top bar. Staff very friendly and helpful in sorting tours and restaurant bookings.
Traveller from UK
Contemporary city hotel with a glass-ceiling atrium, just 500 metres from Krakow’s medieval Rynek Główny market square …More
Located in place of city walls, Planty Park is a luscious green space enveloping Krakow's stunning old town, home to many of the city's tourist attractions. Krakow's Main Square is a hub of activity, where people flock to browse the markets in the Renaissance Sukiennice, once a major trade center for traveling merchants. Visitors can explore Wawel Castle to learn about Poland's royal history.