The only thing preventing a five star review is that breakfast buffet was a bit sparse if you didn't make it down until after 9.30am.
Otherwise a really lovely place to stay. Great position, really lovely and helpful staff, clean and modern rooms.
This was our second visit to the Hotel Rubenstein and our friend's first visit. It was just as good as the last time we stayed there and our friends loved it too. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful, the breakfast is brilliant. It just can't be faulted in our opinion. If we return to Krakow again, it will be the Rubenstein we that stay at.
This hotel is absolutely great. The rooms are clean, spacious and modern. The beds are comfortable and the bathroom is ace.
The food at the hotel is great and there is plenty choice at the breakfast. They also provide bottled water in your room.
At the end of the stay they even gave us a free gift from the nearby salt mines. Overall I would rate this a 15 out of ten.
This was the second time we stayed at Spatz. the location is ideal walking distance from the tourist spots but fantastic for the area of Kazimierz. Rooms are great but the best feature is the staff who are so helpful and pleasant. Breakfast is really good value. We love Kraków and for us this is the only pLace to stay -we will be 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
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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.