Hotel Spatz was for our group of 10 persons ideal for visiting all the local sights.
The rooms were comfortable enough but not extravagant .Tea and coffee facilities were in the room and the restaurant attached to the hotel has a bar ,outside area and fine for meeting up or finishing your day with a drink before retiring .
Staff all spoke English and were really helpful with directions and information on local sites to visit .Would definitely go back
Being a family of 5 we had opted for a room with 5 single beds. An attic room was cosy; clean with very comfortable beds; TV. There was no chairs or table but the storage space was more than enough for all of us: a large wardrobe and 2 huge chest of drawers. The bathroom/shower was clean and the towels were changed on a daily basis.
We were rather 'unfortunate' to stay in Krakow in the one of the hottest weeks on records so living in the attic without an air-con was more like being in a sauna...
WiFi was working quite well so my teenage children were happy.
Breakfast was excellent.
Parking outside the Aparthotel was quite expensive for 4 days stay, so we opted for a 'Strzezony Parking' /Secured Parking on Halicka Street at 25PLN per day- 5minutes walk from the hotel.
While shopping, if you are paying by Visa/MasterCard - make sure the amount you pay is displayed in Polish Zlotych not GB pounds; unless you are happy with the exchange of course. Staff will tell you they cannot change the settings - but they CAN!
Our 2 course meal for 5 #including a bottle of wine# near Sukiennice came to 202PLN #about £42# but I was asked to pay £82.08. As I speak Polish, so I asked to be changed into PLN. Staff was very reluctant but they did it. It happened quite a few times and not only in Krakow.
Mrs Wiltshire from Royal Borough of Greenwich, Greater London, UK
The Apart Hotel Miodosytnia welcomes guests into their elegant yet friendly home and offer great 3 star accommodation in …More
We stayed at the Hotel RT Regent in Room 305 for 3 nights. Room 305 is at the top of the building at the front of the hotel, in the eaves with sloping roof-line and a skylight. While the room appears spacious you can't make full use of it without bending at the waist to avoid hitting your head - not good if you are taller than 5' 4". Being a warm night we had the skylight open but it was very noisy outside, being a Saturday evening. When booking, request a room at the back of the hotel, unless you're hard of hearing. Beds comfortable, although one of the duvet covers had seen better days because there was quite a big hole in it. Bathroom very spacious and extremely clean; towels clean and adequate size. Breakfast is provided in the basement restaurant including a variety of food such as cereals, fruit juice, fruit salad, fresh fruit, yogurts, bread and cake, scrambled egg, as well as the usual cold meats and cheese selection. Hotel staff extremely friendly and polite. We used the hotel taxi to transfer from and to the airport which we were very pleased with. We also booked a tour of Auschwitz/Birkenau via the hotel reception. Overall a good experience and a very pleasant stay..
Traveller from United Kingdom
Situated in the former Jewish district of Krakow, this hotel lies within two kilometres of the old town and Wawel Hill. …More
Stayed here on a trip to Kraków with my husband. Situated in the Jewish quarter so excellent for the best food in town. Staff very helpful, organized our trips etc., even took us to the Salt mine and picked us up again at a very reasonable cost. Rooms spacious and very clean. Breakfast good.
Krakow's historical Jewish district, Kazimierz was a cultural and spiritual hub before the devastating Nazi occupation. Steven Spielberg's movie Schindler’s List was filmed here. Today, in addition to centuries-old synagogues, visitors will find cafés, bistros, bars, galleries, and outdoor markets. Kazimierz is also the main venue for the popular Jewish Culture Festival, held each summer.