The hotel was decorated lovely and modern, staff were very friendly and helpful. Was located in a quiet cul de sac, which wasn’t from from the old or new town. We used Uber to get about and was very cheap, behind the hotel was a forest and on other side was a beautiful lake. Hotel was clean and smelt fresh all day through. Breakfast was continental and there was something you would like. Drinks at the bar were reasonably priced. I will say the smoke alarms are quiet sensitive as my daughter and I found out, when she came out form the shower the steam set them off! Would definitely recommend this hotel, especially if it’s a quiet place you are looking for.
Hotel clean and a good basic choice Staff very helpful and accommodating. Breakfast was nice and location good for city centre. We used it as a base to visit Autzwich and the salt mines and enjoyed the riverside walk to town and the busy square
What a lovely friendly little hotel . Only problem we found was not much we could eat at breakfast except for toast as there was nothing vegan , beside that it is very clean and only a £4 taxi ride into the old city
It’s a good and clean hotel. The people are very polite! They serve a greet breakfast!! Just 30 minutes walking from the old center. Or 10 minutes by (Uber) taxi. The restaurants in the old center a nice. A special restaurant to go is: Gruzinski chaczapuri (ul Grodzka 3)
Lovely small quaint hotel in a quiet area of Krakow, 30minute walk to sights but only 5minute taxi drive to town centre 20zloty(£4) Staff were all very helpful and all spoke perfect English. Hotel was very clean and tidy. Breakfast was continental style. Must say that it was the perfect place to go and relax.
Just returned from a mini break in Krakow where we stayed at the Petrus Hotel. First thing to say is definitely how helpful and polite the staff were, going out of their way to assist us The hotel, for its bargain price, was just about perfect. It was clean and warm. The buffet breakfast was more than adequate and there was plenty of parking if needed. One tiny downside was its location, about 15 mins walk from the centre of Krakow, but not a problem for us, and it meant that it was quiet Definitely recommend
Great little hotel, very clean & tidy. The breakfast is fresh & plentiful. There is also a small bar. Staff speak good English and are very friendly and helpful. There is a small restaurant at the end of the road, which is great if you arrive late. I highly recommended this hotel, especially if your staying for just a few nights.
We came with a group and stayed for 3 nights. You need a taxi to go to the city center. They ca order one. The staff is very pleasant and helpful. We asked for th double bed, but got twin insrerad and were told that that's it, nothing can be done. The room was small, not enough plave to open two suitcases. On the other hand there was a good size sauna in the room! Decent breakfast.Quite basic accomodation, not expensive.
The hotel is located a little way out from the center. About an easy 15 min walk to the river and buses. Our room was very small but clean and certainly enough to put our heads down, though there are bigger rooms too. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. They do a very nice breskfast and even agreed to begin half an hour early (6.30 instead of 7 am) so we could have time to eat before our airport pick up. If you are not looking for anything too fancy or luxurious, basic comfort and cleanliness with great service, this is recommended. Btw, they also have a small bar, open 24 hours👌
M wife and I have just returned from a 3 night stay,The hotel is very clean and the staff are first class.Location of the hotel is a little bit hard to find,if like us we decided to walk from town,It will take around 40 mins if you know where you are going,There is a little bistro at the end of the hotels road ,its great food and not expensive,To catch the tram into town, ,get the number 72.We had an early morning flight home ,so booked the hotel shuttle to the airport (80zl)The hotel did us a packed breakfast to take which was nice.Breakfast at the hotel is good with lots of choice .Room was clean and there is even one BBC channel on the TV.If you go to Auschwitz,I would suggest the bus as its cheaper (we paid 48zl return for the 2 of us) than train ,andits takes you right to the camp .If you do it by train it is a 15 min walk or taxi ride to the camp.Note ,that all Museums are free on Sundays.Krakow is flat,so walking around is easy,…
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