Orlowska Townhouse is actually a group of apartments throughout the Old Town of Krakow, so the pictures might not be of your actual apartment - but all the buildings in the Old Town are historic and ours was lovely. Just off the main square - literally, a couple of minutes - but far enough away to be peaceful, it was beautifully decorated and furnished and the beds were lovely and comfortable. The lady came in to clean and change towels every day. Marec (Mark!) on reception at 26 Orlowska St is an absolute star and will arrange anything you need including trips, taxis etc and is a mine of useful information also. A must is the trip to Auschwitz - you will come away a different person. But just jump on the little buggy tours to see Schindlers Museum, the Ghetto and the HUNDREDS of churches!
It was a good experience, the hotel is close to tram, close to old town you can walk to a lot of places.
It was a bit Noisy, but (construction in front) it's not going to be there for ever.
Not at night just during the day.
Very good price, people were helpful at the front desk,
room was clean, and it was what they show on the web.
Traveller from Montreal
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The Aparthotel Pergamin is a very nice hotel within 5 minutes walk of Kracow's Main Square. It was vey clean, spacious, and comfortable. Our room was on the second floor, but there was a modern lift, it was obviously a family room as there were beds for four people. The beds were comfortable. The room obviously faced east as we got the early morning sun. The bathroom had a walk in shower and there was always hot water. The staff were pleasant and very helpful. My wife asked for milk for tea and it was brought to the room very quickly. The breakfast was very good and a reasonable price. There was cereal, fruit, a selection of breads and yoghurts. There was a cold buffet with a selection of cheeses, cold meats and tomatoes. There was a hot buffet with boiled eggs, bacon and sausages. There was also the option of fried or scrambled eggs. The reception staff were very helpful in organising trips to the Salt Mine at Wieliczka and Auschwitz
My wife and I found the Topolowa a true home away from home for the nine nights we spent in Krakow, September 7-16.
It is in a quiet neighborhood convenient to all transportation, walking distance to the Main Square and other attractions.
The breakfasts were really a gourmet brunch. Registration was a treat as it included a fine orientation to the hotel and the city as well as a welcoming beverage. Personal attention to our needs was speedily fulfilled by staff and management. We
could ask for more of our suite and the amenities provided. We are planning to return with family and friends next summer.