Arrived home yesterday after spending 2 nights here. From our arrival, the staff were courteous and very attentive - even had my bag carried to my room! Not sure if that was just because I was the only female travelling with 3 blokes, but, it was very nice all the same! We stayed in room 302 on the 3rd floor - lovely clean spacious room with a spotless bathroom. The usual shower toiletries were provided, and very nice they were too. Lovely touch, I have to say, was the maid coming in to turn the bed down for us - not experienced that before. The only downside I can find about the room is the air con - the day we arrived was very hot and although we switched it on, it didn't seem to cool the room down very much. I did sleep like a log however it has to be said - there is a lot of walking involved when visiting Krakow! Breakfast was lovely, plenty of choice on offer. The pool area looked very serene - didn't have a dip though, as I'd forgotten to pack the cossy! Must mention the roof terrace - very nice place to enjoy a cool drink after a hard days sightseeing. The central location of the hotel is perfect for the local bars and resturants. You are literally a stone's throw from the main square. Price of £80 per night was well worth it in my opinion - have spent more in less pleasant surroundings in England to be honest. Already have plans to go back and will certainly have no reservations in booking this hotel again.
- 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