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My mate and I booked a twin room for 4 nights in August 2017.
We flew to Krakòw airport and walked across to the train station and found a train to the city centre in minutes. £2 each and 15 mins later we arrived.
The hotel is perfectly located for a tourist visit to Krakow. We managed to get a night quite cheaply on a last-minute deal. Service at the reception was so-so; no we did not request a room with a broken air conditioner. Interior design of the...More
Hotel is good, free breakfast great and fantastic location walking distance to everywhere.
However one part is next to busy road and trams go past at 5-15AM and every 15 min from then.
Unless you are a deep sleeper it will wake you up. Therefore...More
Technically, this hotel is called Hotel Royal. It's a great location; right across the road from the Wawel Castle and Cathedral. Old Town is a short 5-10 minute walk along a shady (as in nice!) park lane or up Grodzka, the main street that leads...More
A beautiful city, lots to see and do. The hotel was clean and good value for money. Buffet breakfast was lovely, and the staff was very friendly. It's only a 10 minute walk up to the main square, which is filled with restaurants and bars....More
USD 49 - USD 110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#37 Family Hotel in Krakow
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Response from Alberto C | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so, but you can open the windows to get the cool air come in. Some of the bigger rooms, as the suites, have small balconies, and the doors can be opened. The sheer curtains cover the windows and doors so is... More
I don't think so, but you can open the windows to get the cool air come in. Some of the bigger rooms, as the suites, have small balconies, and the doors can be opened. The sheer curtains cover the windows and doors so is quite inconspicuous.
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"Try and get a 4th floor room that faces the front so you wake to look out at the castle."