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#2 of 30 in Krynica-Zdroj
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4.7
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4.5

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Malopolanka has been serving pension and spa guests since 1924 and is situated in the heart of Krynica Zdroj .Our pension takes you back to old Poland with elegant interiors, artwork and antiques .Every chamber has it's own intimate ambience and that special climate guarantees perfect time and peaceful rest for our guests.

Krynica Zdroj is one of Poland's oldest and most famous spa resorts since the twenties of the last century. We chose the style of that period as dominant in our guest house. Malopolanka has 20 rooms in a diverse class of: STANDARD,LUX.STUDIO and APARTAMENT.

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Free parking
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Free breakfast
Skiing
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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i47 wrote a review Oct 2019
Kristiansand52 contributions38 helpful votes
Just had 4 nights, off-season in Krynica. Chose to stay at this hotel because of reviews on Trip Advisor, good traveller common sense and intuition! Pensjonat Malopolanka is super central, quiet, and has all the historic, bohemian class you would expect in a historic spa town. The staff are ever-so helpful, all very pretty too! Rooms are dated - but in the good way. Beautiful wooden floors, high ceilings, terraces, tall window, comfortable squeaky beds. This is authentic Krynica. A Hotel with soul, heart, and charm. This hotel gives you the best of Krynica, not the communist architecture vibe of some of the other hotels/sanatoriums, and also not the 1990's awkward "modern" hotels you can also find in the area that try to be americanized. This is the hip, boutique continental Krynica. A hotel that reminds you of former elegance, romance, and when important travelers came here to get away from it all! So: practical things...Internet works fine, Breakfast is generous, tasty, served in the charming restaurant. Bar and lounge areas very pleasant to sit in, especially by the window people watching. Parking possible above the hotel, and you are right in the middle of town, with a good nights sleep. Prices not bad either. Will definitely return and thoroughly recommend. Perfect place to get away from it all!
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Barbara S wrote a review Oct 2017
Feltham, United Kingdom1 contribution
I brought a walking group (16 people) from the UK and we spent 3 nights here in early Sept 2017. What a lovely hotel, full of charm and 1920s character (someone has already mentioned it's like being in an Agatha Christie novel). Great food, excellent service throughout the hotel (smiling, helpful, very good English). Cosy public spaces around the foyer. Large rooms, each one different. No lift, but it is a 3* hotel. Highly recommended, and I would definitely come back here.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Response from MalopolankaSpa, Kierownik at Pensjonat Malopolanka
Responded Nov 4, 2017
Dear Madam Barbara, thank you for your opinion. We are very pleased to read all nice words. Thank you for compliments and welcome again. Best Regards, Zespół Pensjonatu Małopolanka.
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Mike-Rosemary wrote a review Aug 2016
Ashtead, United Kingdom22 contributions9 helpful votes
We spent 24 hours in Krynica and were so pleased that we went there as a quick trip from Slovakia and particularly happy that we stayed at the Malopolanka. The hotel is right by the River Promenade, an attractive and lively area of Krynica. We initially had difficulty finding the hotel car park (which is just behind the hotel off the main road) but were advised by a very helpful young lady at reception. Our room on the top floor (3rd level with no lifts/elevator) was very clean, comfortable and full of Art Nouveau character. We had a very good meal in the restaurant and the entrance/bar/café area was buzzing with lots of people listening to a very good singer. Definitely good value with very friendly, helpful staff. Good breakfast.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Response from MalopolankaSpa, Kierownik at Pensjonat Malopolanka
Responded Sep 18, 2016
Dear Sir/Madame Thank You for the great feedback and positive comments directed to our staff, kitchen and the restaurant. We are pleased that You enjoyed Your stay in our hotel. We would be very happy to see You again.
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mariasilPIT wrote a review Oct 2014
7 contributions6 helpful votes
This pension is everything you want in a European hotel - every room has its own character and yet it has all of the amenities to be expected in a modern property. The location is perfectly situated in the center of Krynica and the staff was helpful before and during my stay. There is not an elevator, but this is only a minor inconvenience.
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Date of stay: October 2014
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Room Tip: If your room is in the front of the building, you can hear the Kryniczanka stream flowing, which...
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craigt3365 wrote a review Oct 2013
Thailand522 contributions102 helpful votes
This hotel makes you feel like you are in an Agatha Christie movie. Lots of charm, architectiral features, and a great staff. It is right off the promenade, right in the middle of all the old hotels. We were lucky as they were hosting some local musicians who were fantastic. Nice spa in the hotel. Good food at their restaurant. A real gem.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Room Tip: Get the apartment if you can.
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devoncider wrote a review May 2013
Bath, United Kingdom67 contributions55 helpful votes
A charming,very comfortable 1920's hotel,it is right in the centre, good for exploring the town and walking the woodland paths. There is a very comfortable lounge (important as the weather was not perfect for evening strolling!) the lounge and the hotel is decorated with lots of paintings and antique furniture. There is a wide choice of good restaurants within walking distance. A place we would certainly visit again. The room was very comfortable with a balcony. Unfortunately the restaurant was closed during our stay. Breakfast was good with plenty of choice. The staff are very helpful and pleasant .
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Date of stay: May 2013
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Room Tip: Ask for first floor and balcony
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MZW24 wrote a review Jan 2013
London, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
The hotel has a brilliant central location on the town's main promenade which makes it pretty easy to find plus every taxi driver will know it as its one of the old original buildings. The interior is cosy and nice and the room we stayed in was very spacious and light. The personnel are all very helpful and try to go out of their way to make you feel welcome and try to answer all questions. There is free wifi everywhere and hotel also has a lovely spa whcich offers some great massages. All in all this was the best three star place we have stayed in and we felt it was so much more. The hotel restaurant offers some local specialities which were very nice and great value. The only problem is that the restaurant closes at 8pm so this could be a problem particularly in the summer when days are longer and people tend to return later from the daily activities. We were here in January for the skiing so perhaps they will change this. I would also recommend updating the welcome pack so that it gives more information about the hotel and the surrounds but failing that the information centre has guides in all languages whcich we found to be very helpful.
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Date of stay: January 2013Trip type: Traveled
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rekawek11 wrote a review Sep 2012
Warsaw, Warszawa, Poland84 contributions62 helpful votes
Old building right in the center of Krynica. I try to stay there as aofen as possible, because it's a great place to rest, have wine, and stay in a very friendly atmosphere. Rooms are comfortable, most of them big, furnished in an old style, that suitd the character of the building. Trere is a quite good restaurant, good choice of wines. And they know how to make espresso. Nice people (including those, who run the place) work there. It may not be the most exclusive place I've seen - but it's my favourite place to stay. One thing that annoys me is the light in bathrooms - could be brighter,
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Date of stay: September 2012
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Room Tip: Standard rooms are quite basic. Double lux or appartments are really nice and big.
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t0mt0r wrote a review Feb 2010
Birmingham28 contributions32 helpful votes
Gem of Krynica! Pros - Plenty of character, excellent location (although as the main building is located on the Boulevards, the parking access road is quite tricky to find), very friendly bar tenders serving variety of coffees and wines in the lounge area (open to public, worthy to call by even if you live in the different accommodation), buffet style breakfast in the restaurant with really plentiful choice of Polish and international dishes (abundant choice from continental to very traditional menus). On-site ski rental (about 0.5 mile to the nearest slopes with lifts and about 2 miles to the ski-park). Cons - in spite of being quite a family retreat there is no play room or shared area for children to entertain themselves. It is not a problem when weather is good (so much to do outdoors), but I can imagine a converted basement with table tennis, football or pool table would make all the difference
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Date of stay: February 2010
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PRICE RANGE
$53 - $85 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PolandSouthern PolandLesser Poland ProvinceKrynica-Zdroj
NUMBER OF ROOMS
20
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pensjonat Malopolanka
Which popular attractions are close to Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Nearby attractions include Gora Parkowa (0.1 miles), Toys Museum (0.2 miles), and Muzeum Nikifora Krynickiego (0.04 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restauracja Dwóch Świętych, Pod Zielona Gorka, and Kawiarnia Maleńka.
Is Pensjonat Malopolanka located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Krynica-Zdroj.
Are pets allowed at Pensjonat Malopolanka?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Pensjonat Malopolanka?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Polish.