Hotel in a great location, very clean and comfortable. We have a baby and I have to admit that the hotel is very family friendly. The only downside is lack of smile. All the staff are polite and helpful but they never ever smile
I loved this hotel. It is a quaint little place in the center of Kazmierez. The room was beautiful with old world touches that really made it special. The staff was friendly, accommodating, and helpful. Everything we wanted to see was in walking distance, and if not they arranged transportation. I will stay here again.
This hotel is a typical Krakow townhouse situated in the historic Kazimierz quarter, 50 metres from the Old Synagogue and one …More
Friendly staff, very clean hotel , Excellent choice for breakfast, Hotel is round the corner from the Jewish quarter where there is a great choice of restaurants and quirky bars and a 10 minute walk to the main square, great location.
Fab hotel, beds soooo comfy with large pillows. We had room 41 our friends had 31. No complaints apart from smelly drain in the bathroom. Quiet but central to everything, brilliant bar just to the left of the front entrance! Great breakfast, thoroughly recommended.
Room was clean and comforable, everything worked properly and they had some adapters available if needed. Staff at the front desk were friendly and helpful and they all spoke English. There is no elevator though.
This is a lovely little hotel conveniently located near the Jewish quarter in Krakow. The staff here are very friendly and polite and their English is perfect. They were able to answer all my queries. The breakfast was very nice with a wide range of items to choose from. My room was bigger than expected and very comfortable.
Overall I really enjoyed my stay in this hotel and I would recommend it.
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.