What could one expect in Poland. It was an old building, with a lot of locks. At the reception they hardly spoke any English. The service was okay, the breakfast was disappointing. The room was nice and clean with a kitchen. Take some earplugs with you because of the trams in the street.
Unique Quality: Great location between the old town and the nice Jewish area Kazimierz
Directions: Close to Kazimierz, the nice Jewish quarter
I'm going to Krakow next month for a few days . Staying in the Bluebell appartments , anyone stayed here before ? any good ?
There were some folks at the last Euromeet2010 who stayed there.
Please contact member: matcrazy1 who would point you to the appropriate members for their reviews.
I was at the Vt meet, and had visited Krakow before.
The apartments are about 10 minutes walk from the old town area (allowing for crossing busy roads & the Planty [the garden area which surrounds the town, on the lines of the original town walls]) and on a busy main road. They are probably around 1km from the railway station (where you will arrive from the airport too).
I'd prefer to stay more a bit more centrally, personally. It seems a pity to have a longish walk to and from when there is plenty of reasonably-priced accommodation nearer the old town area and Kazimierz.
http://www.booking.com/hotel/pl/bluebellskrakow.en.html (reviews on this site can only be posted if a stay booked through the site has been completed)
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Address: Starowislna 22, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-032, Poland