After reading the web site(on my return) I am amazed to hear any negatives about this hotel. Having spent the last few weeks in th e maldivess and cyprus in 5 star hotels receiving the most amazing service I would thoroughly recommend the Copernicus for a city break. We arrived to a very welcome geeeting from the manager with thorough and detailed information on how to see the sights we wished...namely Aushwitz and the salt mines and to this end they arranged our trips at no great cost (120zloty each) which for a full day with guide and costing no more than £25.00 each was an absolute bargain. The rooms can be a little warm but we opened our window...voila!.The breakfast was excellent and consisted of eggs, cereal ,smoked salmon and to be quite honest anything you could have wanted....I recommend the soft boiled eggs...utterly perfect,,,,all I can say is if you wish to move to the starck and satinless steel sheraton (which I am sure is as good) you need your culture taste buds reigniting, the rack rates are exoensive but book through an agent and your problems are solved...we walked everywhere as the hotel was such a great location for the sights and what a wonderful place krakow is.....an emotional visit to Auchwitz, an amazing salts mine experience, try a kebab on the street ( I never thought I would but worth it) and walk as much as you can..its beautiful...and for those that want more...book the baros at the maldives...you get the service but not the sights!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Copernicus stands on Kanonicza Street, Krakow’s oldest street that winds its way toward Wawel Royal Castle – the historic seat of Polish kings. Amidst the neighbouring Renaissance townhouses Copernicus stands out with its expansive, Gothic façade. It is the only hotel in Poland affiliated to Relais et Châteaux. There are 4 deluxe suits, 4 standard suites, 1 deluxe double guest room with two single beds, 4 deluxe double guest rooms, 4 double guest rooms (two single beds), 8 double guest rooms and 4 single guest rooms. The rooms are spacious with wonderful wooden ceilings, marble bathrooms and period furniture. All come with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.Polish Royal cuisine in Copernicus Restaurant is prepared in the Renaissance-styled restaurant, which has been awarded many titles of excellence including the Michelin Guide recommendation among many others. World leaders and celebrities have dined here. The celebrated chef Marcin Filipkiewicz and his team prepare the best in Polish cuisine but constantly introduce new and exciting dishes to the menu. The hotel's Gothic cellars contain a health and wellness spa, which is open non-stop. Massages are available upon request. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Copernicus Hotel Krakow
- Hotel Copernicus Krakow