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.
Lovely hotel in a great area. Great choice of cafes and restaurants in area and safe to wander around. The hotel is lovely and in immaculate condition. Heavy tapestry type curtains and bedcover are not really my taste but that is a very individual preference. (I prefer much paler décor.) However if I return to Krakow I would definitely consider staying there. Buffet breakfast was excellent with lots of choice and good coffee. The meal I had in the restaurant one evening was also excellent and portions were the largest I had in Krakow. The presentation of the food was also very good. It was a little more expensive than other places I ate at but not excessively so. I also had a very good lunch the day I arrived.
We didn't have time to sample the spa, which was a shame, as it looked v nice. Hotel staff were helpful and the room was comfortable and pretty good value for money. Breakfast was a wonderfully varied buffet with great coffee. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk into the Kasiemierz (formerly a separate city, and the Jewish quarter), which is lively, with some great restaurants, open air music, and is of course, steeped in a fascinating and difficult history. It is a little far afield for the Main Square and Wawel Castle (Old Town) and because of our limited time, we took taxis from the hotel (staff organised this all wonderfully efficiently), which were inexpensive. It is also on the 'far' side from the airport so, again, we used a taxi to save time.
We had originally booked an apartment through another service. This turned out to be a disaster and we needed a decent place on very short notice. This is an excellent apartment hotel that suited our budget and met our expectations. The only downside for us really was that the apartment did not have a lift so when you are up on one of the upper floors carrying heavy luggage can be a bit of a task. The aparment itself was exceptionally clean and modern. It had free wifi as well as satellite TV. Linens and kitchen were spotless and there were enough pots pans plates etc. You do need to bring some basics such as sugar, salt and pepper. The staff we encountered spoke English well and assisted in arranging a tour. I suspect it was a little more costly than we could have secured elsewhere but the service was prompt and reliable. There is limited grocery shopping nearby but a large Carfoor (sp?) is located in a large mall just on the outside of old town. All in all I have no hesitation recommending this apartment hotel.
This is a brand new hotel which has been developed inside a very old building. The hotel has been renovated to a lovely standard and everything is new and modern. We stayed in room No9 which is not massive and was on the 3rd floor. There is no lift so this could effect some people. The room was cleaned everyday and the towels changed. The was a fridge in the room with a selection of soft drinks, water and some other bits and pieces. This was free.It could of done with some draw space as it had none. There was a wardrobe and shelving, a flat screen TV and free-wi-fi. The staff were friendly and helpful. The continential breakfast was included with our deal and was okay. The bar and restuarant was not fully functional when we stayed as it was still being worked on. The hotel was very quiet day and night. It is situated in the Jewish quarter which is very vibrant and lively and is only a ten minute walk to the Old Town Main Square which is also vibrant and lively. I would defo stay here again.
Me and my boyfriend found the apartment to be really comfortable and spacious. It also felt really secure due to the four security codes required to enter the apartment. The kitchen facilities were exactly what we needed to make a variety of meals. The apartment was spotless on arrival and the towels and the bins were changed daily. The staff were friendly and approachable and were happy to help us book a tour of auschwitz. The apartment location was in easy reach of kazimierz and the city centre - everything in walking distance - though you can hop on the tram if you're feeling tired. All in all - 5 stars!
Emily from Birmingham, UK
In the heart of Kraków’s Old Town, these well-appointed and attractively decorated apartments are just 500 metres from the …More
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.