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The Loft All-Inclusive Hotel Adults Only is set in Kraków in the Lesser Poland region, less than 1 km from St. Mary's Basilica. We loved everything. The hotel was perfect, staff were brilliant and so accommodating.
Located 500 metres from Wawel Royal Castle and 700 metres from the Market Square in Kraków, Hotel 32 Kraków Old Town offers a sauna and free WiFi. Great location, shops and public transport within few minutes walk.
Featuring a bar, Hotel Perfect is located in Kraków in the Lesser Poland region, 1.6 km from Cloth Hall and 2 km from St. Mary's Basilica. The comfort of the room, I was well impressed that they thought of everything including needle and...
Hotel Jan is situated in a 600 year old townhouse in the very centre of the Kraków Old Town, 100 metres from the Main Market Square. Amazing place, great hospitality. Clean room, big and tasty breakfast
Situated right by Kraków’s historical Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz, Metropolitan Boutique Hotel is less than 1 km from the Old Town and the Wawel Royal Castle. The breakfast was amazing. The waiters and waitresses were very kind and generous.
Located in the heart of old Krakow, Hotel Wit Stwosz is just a 2-minute walk from the Main Market Square. It offers elegant rooms with free wired and Wi-Fi internet and satellite TV. Everything! It was just perfect! Coming back for sure!
The Columbus Hotel is located in Kraków’s Kazimierz District, just 300 metres away from the Tempel (Temple) Synagogue. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free internet access. The location was very good, although about a 10 min walk from the Old Town.
Conveniently located 500 metres from Wawel Royal Castle and 1 km from Krakow’s Main Market Square and Old Town, Hotel Benefis offers free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Smaller hotel, but with spacious room, comfortable.
Featuring a bar, Hotel Estera is located in Kraków in the Lesser Poland region, 700 metres from Wawel Royal Castle and 1.1 km from St. Mary's Basilica. Superb hotel! When I stay in a hotel I just want things to work (e.g. aircon, roomcard, shower etc.
Conveniently set in the centre of Kraków, Hotel M29 provides air-conditioned rooms, a bar and a shared lounge. Very good and cool staff, highly level of cleaning, very good breakfast, nice style.
Situated in Kraków, 1.3 km from National Museum of Krakow, Hotel Wawel Queen features accommodation with a bar, private parking and a terrace. Great customer service at the reception. Nice breakfast selection. Good size rooms.
Located in Kraków and with St. Mary's Basilica reachable within 1 km, Hotel Legend provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a... The bedroom was clean and quiet when needed to be......
Dada Boutique Home Hotel is a design property located in Kraków, 300 metres from Kazimierz Jewish District and 800 metres from Wawel Royal Castle. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Super friendly and helpful staff, great location, great breakfast, big room
The elegant, 4-star Queen Boutique Hotel is located between Kraków’s Old Town and Kazimierz district, 700 metres from the Wawel Castle. It features stylish rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. The hotel was great! We got a better room upon check in, as it was our honeymoon trip, pleasant...
The 3-star boutique Hotel Wielopole is located 5 minutes’ walk from Kraków’s Main Market Square. Its rooms offer a fridge, tea/coffee facilities and free WiFi. Excellent location - able to walk to all main attractions. The staff were very polite and helpful.
Hotel Wawel is located in Kraków’s Old Town, between Wawel Castle and the Main Market Square. It features modernly appointed rooms with free Wi-Fi. The location of the hotel is perfect. You can visit all of the popular places by walking around.
Hotel Betmanowska Main Square Residence is located in the Main Market Square in the Old Town of Kraków and offers a restaurant. Free WiFi access is available. Luxurious accommodation in the heart of Krakow, perfect for a romantic getaway.
Located within a 5-minute walk from the Main Square, and 400 metres from Wawel Castle, Bachleda Luxury Hotel Krakow MGallery By Sofitel is situated in the Old Town district of Kraków with various... Everything perfect, location,staff, room and spa. Great 5 star hotel.
Attractively set in the centre of Kraków, Prime Boutique Hotel features air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. Nice room, nice staff! Highly recomend!
Wentzl is a historical hotel, housed in a 15th-century tenement on the Main Market Square in Kraków. It offers luxurious rooms with unforgettable views of the Old Town and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is in the main square of Krakow. The staff are kind. The rooms were impressive.
Overlooking the 17th century Church of St Peter and Paul, Hotel Senacki is located in Kraków’s Royal Route. It offers classic rooms with satellite TV and free internet access. Breakfast is good with a lot of possibilities. The localization is excellent.
The luxurious Hotel Stary is located in the heart of Kraków’s Old Town. Stary is a gem in the heart if historic Krakow.
The Sheraton Grand Krakow is a 5-star hotel located in the very heart of the city, at the foot of The Royal Wawel Castle and just 40 metres from the Vistula River boulevards. Loved everything about this hotel. Such a pleasant stay.
Kossak is a design hotel located in the centre of Kraków, offering chic, contemporary rooms with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. There is also a 24-h fitness centre and a sauna. The rooms were perfect, very clean and nicely decorated. The bathroom was very nice and modern.
We was waiting in the que to buy a tickets for a long time over one hour and when we was second at the que it was a 30 min break then we just decide to not waiting any longer. We left the que because it was that hot I could cope waiting any longer.
I went there without prior booking at around 11 am and I was told that there are not any tickets left and I should try and come the next day kne hour before the opening. Absolutely ridiculous! How can a castle be fully booked? How is this even possible? If you dont want tourists then close it down!
If you're going there with babies a baby carry bag will be necessary. It's not a baby friendly location at all. Of course our idea wasn't to visit the tower or similar place but you cannot use stroller even during the garden tour.
Tickets can be bought only at the castle on the date of your visit so it would be best to arrive there early in the morning because they have a limited number of tickets on sale for each day and they run out pretty quickly. There are separate tickets for parts of the castle and those for the royal apartments are sold out the quickest.. poor ticket service anyway
Yoy better check availability for entry tickets, especially for the Private Royal Rooms. At 11 AM all the tickets were reserved for the rest of the day. And reservations can be made only there, at the desk, not online.
Expensive compared to Malbork Castle as you have to pay for each area you want to see separately at time of paying. The Oriental Art exhibition consts of three small rooms with one painting some weapons and lots of vases....son't bother!
Location, location, location - to begin with. P&J Apartments staff were very accomodating in response to my apartment requsts, giving me the a few options to choose from. Eventually, I landed in the heart of the Old Town, given an awesome looking and stylish place about 3 minute walk from Wawel Royal Castle and the main town square. The price was a real deal, too - considerably lower than what I would have to pay for a single room in one of nearby hotels.
Wawel Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mines and Auschwitz-Birkenau are places that make history come to life.
Wawel castle, Kazimierz and Old City with Mariacki church and Sukiennice (Old market) anywhere you turn your head there is something historical to see, it is extraordinary place.
A trip to Krakow would be incomplete without visits to Wawel Castle and St. Mary's Cathedral.
There's an underground museum in the main square which we missed but is recommended. Wawel Castle takes you way back and of course there is the more recent history of the Second World War when the Jewish population were forced into the ghetto south of the river and of course Auschwitz-Birkenau. Time to reflect.