Hotel Copernicus is an impressive hotel that has an intimate, luxurious feel. Management has carefully introduced various elements to give the hotel an old-fashioned feel while at the same time ensuring that all modern conveniences are available. A massive underground cellar, complete with the requisite vaulted ceilings, houses a fitness center and a wine cellar. A summer terrace provides fine views of the city.
This is a conveniently located hotel in the Old Town. It is within sight of the town's defensive walls and right across the street from the excellent Czartoryski Museum. The main square is no more than a minute's walk away. Built at the start of the 20th Century, its exterior is pretty while the interior is quite ornate. It has a luxuriously decadent feel and the rooms are very comfortable. There is a large number of suites which means that your chances of getting one will be higher than usual.
Eden Hotel, along with several restaurants and cafes has helped to revive the Kazimierz District. Housed in an historic 15th century building, the hotel's interior is a mix of old and new. Every room has a mezuzah, a small scroll placed in a small receptacle fixed to the doorpost as a reminder of the Jewish faith. The hotel also contains a ritual Jewish bath called a mikveh, a definite rarity in modern Poland.
The Grand Hotel was one of the first in the city to be renovated in the early 1990s after several decades of gradual decay. The result is well worth the restoration costs, and this historic hotel now offers guests excellent rooms and service. There are a variety of suites to choose from as well, all equipped with modern amenities in an 18th century style. The hotel has a popular courtyard restaurant, non-smoking rooms and an excellent location.
Hotel Pod Różą is a true gem of a hotel. It offers refined elegance, style and attention to detail, and has a fantastic location just a few meters away from all of the major tourist attractions. Each floor is decorated in a different style, making full use of antiques, beautiful lighting and fine carpets. The hotel is a part of the city's history and is well worth a visit even if you're not staying there. They are also known for the restaurants inside, Restauracja Pod Różą and Ristorante Amarone.
Within a stone's throw from the Old Town Square, but just far enough away to be peaceful, the Elektor is a popular Krakow hotel that benefits from a perfect location. Museums, theaters as well as the main train station are all located within walking distance from the hotel. With only 15 rooms, booking in advance at this small hotel is essential. The on-site restaurant - Trele Morele, is famous for its wine cellar and excellent traditional Polish food. You can also host your business meetings or private events in one of the historic halls of this hotel. Call or visit their website for reservation and more information.
Located in one of the city’s oldest streets, Kanonicza 22 is set in a historic townhouse. Parquet and hardwood floors, high ceilings, four poster beds, antique furnishings, wrought-iron fittings and spaciously appointed rooms are just some of the features guests can admire of this historic hotel. Besides the regal ambience, guests can also enjoy other facilities like premium bedding, shuttle services and access to an award-winning Polish restaurant. If you are in the mood to pamper yourself to the hilt, then certainly head to the opulent Kanonicza 22. Note that the hotel is adults only.
Housed in a gorgeous building dating back to the 17th century, the Orlowska Townhouse offers well-appointed rooms with antique furnishings, carpeted floors, chandeliers, sculptures, spiral staircases and large windows that allow natural light to filter in. Besides the great ambience, guests to the hotel can also enjoy access to modern amenities like hair dryers, electric kettles, walk-in showers and premium bedding. Access to other amenities like a restaurant, a bar and car rental services add to the appeal of staying here. Promising the perfect blend of history and modern amenities, and located only a stone’s throw away from the many tourist attractions in the city, the Orlowska Townhouse is certainly a great place to stay whether you come by yourself or bring along your partner to spend some quality time.
Enjoy an affordable stay at the cosy Cracowdays. Set in a historic building dating back to the 19th century, the hotel boasts of original parquet flooring, ceramic tiled stoves, brick walls and splendid colors adorning the hallways and the rooms. Besides the great atmosphere, the hotel also offers a number of in-room amenities such as hair dryers, safe deposits, and ironing boards. Each room being individually decorated, also bears quite charming ambiences. If you are in the mood for a memorable, pocket-friendly stay during your time in the city, then booking a room at Cracowdays will certainly not disappoint.
Hotel Gródek is a 5-star boutique hotel, located in a quiet area of the Old Town of Kraków. Its individually designed rooms offer an LCD TV and free internet access. All air-conditioned rooms and apartments at the Gródek are fitted with satellite TV and a minibar. Each comes with an electric kettle and a refrigerator. Bathrooms offer floor heating and a hairdryer. Free bottle of mineral water and newspapers are offered. Every morning a buffet breakfast is served at the Gródek Restaurant, which specialises in quality Polish cuisine. Guests can relax in a beautifully appointed bar with a library and a fireplace. Front desk staff can assist guests 24 hours a day and can help with car rental or tickets booking. For more relaxation, guests can head to the sauna and massage parlour. At the Hotel Gródek, guests will be right in the very heart of Kraków, within a 3-minute walk of St. Mary’s Basilica and many cafés and restaurants around the Main Market Square. Kazimierz Jewish District is just one kilometre away.
Set in a gorgeous 14th century fortress, the Zamek Korzkiew is a great place for those who want to enjoy a stay in a historic hotel during their time in the city. Located only 14 kilometers (8.69 miles) away from the city of Krakow, the hotel also allows you to experience peace and solitude of rural life without being cut off from civilization. The hotel’s four distinct rooms, boast of splendid locations within the fortress as well. From a chamber at the top of the tower to a room by the courtyard, patrons can choose a room according to their own preferences. Guests to the hotel can spend their time learning horse riding, cycle around the property or simply relax in the regal surroundings. With courtyards, castle turrets, spiral staircases, wrought-iron furnishings, historic painting and portraits adorning the walls and resplendent colors in each of the rooms adds to the appeal of staying here. If you are in the mood for a beautiful getaway, then don’t think twice before booking a room at the Zamek Korzkiew.