My boyfriend and I have just come back from a fabulous weekend in Krakow. One of the highlights was the Hotel Copernicus. We walked in from the chilly Polish night to a roaring fire, piles of decorative pumpkins and the warmest of welcomes. We were upgraded to a luxury room - marble bathroom, huge bed and view up the cobbled street to the castle on Wawel Hill.
The hotel is beautiful, elegant, luxurious but not stuffy. Throughout our stay, everyone was friendly and helpful - we were made to feel really special. (And we weren't a bit cold, Jules36!)
If you choose to stay here, then do try the restaurant as it probably serves the best food in Krakow. When we were there it was mushroom and pumpkin season and the chef was clearly a fan of both. In fact, the mushrooms were wonderful everywhere - at Miod Malina on Grodzna (?) we ate huge portions of fresh porcini cooked with rosemary and cream for about £4 and at Miod Wino we had pierogi (sort of fried ravioli) stuffed with wild mushrooms for about the same price.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included