Hotel Grodek

ul Na Grodku 4, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-028, Poland
Hotel Grodek
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families86
  • Couples96
  • Solo100
  • Business85

More about Hotel Grodek

Bug River Valley Trail

by Irato

"Travelogue under construction. Text is comming! :)"

July 2001. Looooong weekend in Poland. Packing list: two bikes, one tent, one camera, sense of humor, my sister and me.
I visited this area many times, but never this way. A name "Bug River Valley Trail" is my own. I don't think if anyone has done that route ever.

Rainy beginning. The Orthodox church in Hrubieszow, built in 1878. It's famous for its 13 domes.


A overflow-arm of the Bug river.

A summer storm. Luckely at evening.

A view on the Bug river in Uhursk.


The ruins of large palace complex. This place is just 100 m from a border. In old park still great trees grow and some of them are 300 years old (the limes and the oaks)


A view on the city and the towers of St.Louise church (1741).

The Orthodox church built in the beginning of 19th century.

The Great Synagogue. The Baroque building built in 1767.


The Orthodox Monastery


A primaeval "castle" from 6th century. Along Bug River are few more castles like this, but this one is the biggest and very well preserved.

The little, colorful Orthodox church nearby

This street-lamp was in use during the dark years, when the borders were guarded non-stop (hard to belive, it was several years ago). Now, nobody cares about the borders and the lamps are the best for a stork nest.


Lovely Renaissance church of St. Anna. It was built in 1626. Later, in the beginning of 18th century the fasade was rebuilt in Baroque style.

The oldest here, Gothic-Renaissance church of The Holy Ghost built in 1511.

The Bug valley near Koden


The Ascension Day procession


Just a bridge.


The little village with 350 inhabitants and wooden houses. Here is another medieval castel, wooden windmill, old, lovely graveyard, and this St. Stanislaw church built in 1780.

A road to/from Niemirow. This road goes only to Niemirow, farther is only Bug River and the border.



The most holy place for the Ortodox in Poland.

The birds don't afraid of the people here. There isn't a lot of visitors.



The Gothic-Renaissance church build in 1560.

"A special chapter for I_Joo :)"

My sister and I (left) in Horodlo

Both of us in Grodek

That's me in Brok

Lunchtime in Terespol


A only remains of the once powerful family. The lonely angel on an old grave.

Here I am... :)

"Campground" somewhere in the vast valley. I hope it was Polish, not Ukrainian side.

A sunny new morning. The mound of Horodlo Union. In 19th century heaping up the mounds like this was one of the ways to protest againts the invaders.

A countryside...


Memento of The World War II


Ande,Birgit, 2010 VT Euromeet, Krakow, PolandAnde,Birgit, 2010 VT Euromeet, Krakow, Poland

Krakow by night, Krakow, PLKrakow by night, Krakow, PL

Horse drawn carrigae - KrakówHorse drawn carrigae - Kraków

Baroque Restaurant & Cocktail BarBaroque Restaurant & Cocktail Bar

Forum Posts

Petrus Hotel or Other

by Copper04

I note the Petrus Hotel has very good reviews.
Has anyone stayed there and if so how far is it from
Krakow center and is it reasonably easy to get there
by public transport. We are looking for a hotel that is
unlikely to have any Stag party guests staying. !!!
Maybe February is not the time for these in any case.
Any recommendation for a hotel that is quiet and peaceful
greatfully received.
Thank You

RE: Petrus Hotel or Other

by leics

Don't know the hotel (although it does have good reviews online) but it seems to be around a 20-30 minute walk to the city centre (tram or bus options available). I'd prefer to stay nearer, I think; Krakow is very walkable, and I found it a fascinating place to visit (my pages have info). I didn't see (or hear) any stag parties; I was there at the end of August and stayed right in the centre. Mind you, I always use earplugs anyway!

RE: RE: Petrus Hotel or Other

by Copper04

Thank you for the info, I think you are correct, its too far out.
Going to find some place more central and trust there are no lager louts
visiting the city.

RE: RE: Petrus Hotel or Other

by Wiktoria

My husband and I stayed at Pension Trecius last August.
We loved it. It's super clean, the people that work there are great, and the location is fabulous as well (one short block from the Market Square, basically under 1 minute to walk.) And the prices are great too.
We'll definitely stay there on our next visit to Krakow.

RE: Petrus Hotel or Other

by Greg135

Hi I leave in Krakow and I would suggest hotel grodek - small but very nice 4star. if you need more help during your stay let me know :

Travel Tips for Krakow

Cultural Events

by rolnik

In 2000, for one year, Krakow became the European City of Culture. For this occasion, many interesting events were organized. Still, Krakow offers you many ways of meeting with culture. On Easter- Bethoveen Festival, summer- Street Theatre Festival, The Festival of Old Music, many folk music festivals. Lately, we had the Meeting with Poets from USA and Poland, as two of Nobel Poets: Wislawa Szymborska and Czeslaw Milosz, live in Krakow.

Pretzel vendor on the street

by Kodi01

My memory is that Matt told me when one of the pretzel vendors sent a pretzel to Mr George W Bush after he choked on one tellin him he would not have choked on a Polish pretzel.

Please sample! :p

Climate and clothes

by matcrazy1

Check the climate in Krakow:
Check the weather (5-day forecast for Krakow) just before you go:
or even 10-DAY FORECAST:
Don't forget good walking shoes :-).
The warmest month is June with average temp. (24h) : 18.4C = 65.1F
The coldest is January: -3.7C = 25.3F.

Besides Chambers, you can also...

by rolnik

Besides Chambers, you can also visit more interesting (in my opinion) exhibition- “Skarbiec i zbrojownia” where are gathered the treasures, swords and other thing associated with former polish army. There are such things as the sword called “Szczerbiec” which was used during ceremony of coronation.


Popular Hotels in Krakow

Sodispar Service Apartments

10 Reviews

Ul. Lubelska 12, Krakow

Show Prices


Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars 5 Reviews

Wielopole 3, Krakow

Show Prices


2 Reviews

Rynek Glowny 19, Krakow

Show Prices

Cracowdays Apartments

2 Reviews

Grabowskiego 7/2, 31-126 Krakow, Krakow

Show Prices

View all Krakow hotels

View all Krakow hotels

Latest Krakow hotel reviews

Grand Hotel - Krakow
256 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 2, 2014
Hotel Kossak
617 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Hotel System POP
47 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 24, 2014
RT Monopol Hotel
243 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Chopin Hotel Cracow
305 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Hotel Wyspianski
538 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Sodispar Service Apartments
346 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
The Secret Garden Hostel
148 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Maltanski Hotel
92 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 29, 2014
Hotel Copernicus
210 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Good Bye Lenin - Let's Rock Hostel
43 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Dom Pod Tujami
1 Review & Opinion
Batory Family Hotel
162 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Renesans Hostel
4 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 10, 2012

 Hotel Grodek

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Grodek Hotel Krakow

Address: ul Na Grodku 4, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-028, Poland