Great location, nice property with lots of amenities, comfortable rooms, great breakfast buffet. Liked the Club Lounge and availability to snacks throughout the day. Loved the piano player in the evenings. I would definitely stay here again.
Contemporary city hotel with a glass-ceiling atrium, just 500 metres from Krakow’s medieval Rynek Główny market square …More
The location is good, by the river and close to the castle. The main square is about a 15 - 20 min walk. Good size rooms with sofa and simple but good bathroom. Nice pool and sauna too. Staff were really friendly and helpful.
Ideal location. No need for a car. You can walk everywhere from there. The Rynek (center square) is 5-10 minutes away. Wawel the same. Kazimiesz about 15 minutes walk. The tram is just outside and you can take it as well It runs until about 11 pm and is at times noisy until then. Other than that it is very quiet there. More than enough within walking distance to keep you busy for a week. Staff is there from 8am to 8 pm. They are very friendly and helpful.
From the moment we arrived to checkout the Reception were very helpful and friendly. Even the 2 trainee girls were eager to ensure we'd a good stay. Tips for sightseeing were useful and the hotel is located across the river from the Old Town. The 2 tours booked via the hotel to Auschwitz & Birkenau and salt mine were the highlights for us. We also toured the Jewish Quarter and Getto. Hotel breakfast spread was good and there were choices. We'd couple of lunches in the diner. Spaghetti dish was a miss but the club sandwiches were tasty & filling. Rooms were clean and comfortable although a daily supply of bottled mineral water would be nice for the room rate.
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The Hilton Garden Inn Krakow the First Hilton Garden Inn in Poland is strategically located in the centre of Krakow a city …More
Beautifully decorated hotel in a funky modern way. On a quiet street near shopping, restaurants etc. Staff was great and helpful regarding excursions. Room was a bit small as there was no room to put our luggage in the room.
We did get a free upgrade to a suite with a castle and river view since the hotel was full so we were happy from the start. Paulina at the front desk was really nice and helpful with our many questions.
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.