We elected to stay at the Campanile Krakow during the VT Euro-Meet 2010. We made our decision to stay based on the hotel's location and our familiarity with the chain. Campanile offers a standard of accommodation that is not four star but it is of known quality much the same as medium standard Australian motel chains. The price (€80 per room: cheaper at weekends) is about what we budget for during European holidays.
Coffee & tea making facilities are provided (but no fridge). Bottled water supplied daily.
There is a Restaurant on site.
Beds are comfortable. Air-conditioning. Plenty of secure car parking. WIFI access.
Unique Quality: The Campanile is well located for visits on foot to the Old Town Square and is only 700 metres from the railway station which is accessible by foot via the walking path through the green belt which has been established where the city walls once existed. Service from desk and room staff was excellent.
Directions: North eastern part of the old town on the green belt
approx Lat&Long - 50º03'42.80"N : 19º56'35.80"E
First it turned out to be kind of difficult to find the hotel without any map :) It's located deep into ul. Sw. Tomasza in a quiet area however is within about 2-minute walking distance to the main square. So the location is great! The rooms (I can speak only for the single rooms) are large enough, very cosy and clean. What I especially liked about it is that they have a "welcome tray" in the room at your disposal with some packs of instant coffee, sugar, cookies, plastic cups and an electric kettle. The room service is irreproachable. What else? Ah, there's no hair-drier in the room so remember to take it with you. And as I was always late for the breakfast because of sleepless nights spent in Krakow clubs :) I can't say anything about the restaurant and the quality of food in Kampanile.
Directions: The very city center, just a 2-minute walk to the Rynek Glowny (Main Square)
Camping in Poland is an excellent options but an option that means that you will be a distance away from city centers. I loved the Polish camping experience because I got along great with the local workers and shared more than my average share of booze with them but they were amazing fun. Poland offers cheap accommodation but camping is a way to meet the overlanders or folks that have been travelling for a long time thus giving the best stories. I recommend camping because the local workers are sooo friendly.
Basic hotel with all the amenities - bed, tea & coffee in room, shower etc. Breakfast provided in the price, staff speak english.
Unique Quality: Politeness of staff. Nothing was too much for the receptionist. They even allowed us to leave our luggage at the reception on the last day after we booked out so that we could enjoy our last few hours in Cracow.
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Address: Ul. S.W. Tomasza 34, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-023, Poland