Chose this hotel for a few nights city break, and so glad we did. Situated in the Jewish Quarter of Krakow, it is away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, although it is only a short walk to the central square. We actually preferred walking around the Jewish Quarter, with its historical buildings and quirky little cafes and restaurants. The hotel rooms were clean and comfortable, compact but not too small. The staff all spoke good English and were very helpful on things such as public transport and where places of interest were. Breakfast was excellent, with a wide range from buffet to full fry up!! Only slight downside was the lack of lifts, as we were on the third floor, the climb up the stairs after a days trekking round the city certainly tested the leg muscles!! Also if you fancy an afternoon snooze the air conditioning from the premises next door gives off a vibrating hum, although this is turned off in the evening (I think this may affect our room only...number 22!!). Overall though a very nice hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spatz is a real jewel of Kazimierz district. It is situated in the historic centre of Cracow in cultural, shopping and business area, surrounded by climatic houses. This is an unforgettable journey to the past. Spatz is a perfect starting point for trips to Oscar Shindler's Factory, former ghetto and old Jewish synagogues. Spatz is one of three boutique hotels in Poland that are part of a world prestigious hotels' chain- Epoque Hotels. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aparthotel Spatz Krakow
- Aparthotel Spatz Hotel Krakow