Lately My family from UK was staying in Raddison Hotel so I had a chance to have a look on their room. I think it is perfect for comfortable, luxury staying. The room are big , very clean and nice decorated. There is a nice bar and restaurant downstairs. All insides are very impresive. I would recommend this hotel to anybody who doesnt count every penny (its quite expensive) needs luxury and whats more.. its walking distance to market square, Wawel and all major attractions in Cracow. There is a philharmony just next door
This was a great hotel! It can only be about a year old and it beautiful and clean inside. The food was excellent also. It is less than half a mile to the Old Town Square in one direction and then less than a mile to the Wawel in another.
Unique Quality: Great central location to stay for your trip to Krakow!
Hi am planning a trip to krakow for my husbands birthday. Can anyone recommend a good quality hotel close to the old down square. Also does anyone have any information on the hotel Senacki. Many thanks
I've never stayed at the Hotel Senacki, but I had very positive experiences at the Hotel Rezydent (very centrally located, clean and newly renovated, though quite small) and the Novotel on Tadeusza Kosciuszki Street (not quite as central, but brand new, fantastic breakfast, nice views of the river and castle).
HI! I was in Krakow last NOvember and first I have to say that I has a great time there. The city is beatiful and the people are very nice, even when not mostly of them speake english. We stayed in a hotel called Polonia (http://www.hotel-polonia.com.pl) and I had a very good impression. We had to get a rooms in the guest house, beside the hotel, because the hotel was full. The room was big and nice, the bathroom absolutly clean and, again, the people, amazing!
If you like jazz, go to some of the concerts that the bars organize. I didn´t know that in Krakow the love the jazz...have logic when you think that Poland is a musical country. Don´t miss Auschwitz, very shocky.
Have a great time!
I have never been at that hotel, but I had heard it´s good, and it´s definitely very central along the Royal way. you can find a list of Krakow hotels on the city´s website www.krakow.pl (go for turystika, then noclegi). You can also read reliable reviews of accomodation in the guide "in your pocket Krakow". I don´t know the website addy, but it you google it, you will find it without problems.
Sphynx is right -- in your pocket is a great website. Just www.inyourpocket.com
And when you get to Krakow, you can buy a copy of In Your Pocket from a bookstore or the kiosk by the bus stop in front of the train station. It's a great little guide--for just a couple dollars it was excellent reviews of almost all the restaurants and hotels in old town, good maps, and other advice.
The Radisson SAS hotel is definitely the place to stay.
Located right between the castle and the old town (less than 5 min walk to both), location-wise it is great.
Facilities are plenty and the service is excellent. The hotel is only about two years old so in perfect conditions and it also has an interesting design.
At breakfast they have a chef working who makes pancakes or the omelette of your choice while you wait.
Stayed there earlier this year and could have been happier with the stay.
You can have a look at my hotel travel tip for the Radisson SAS Krakow if you want more info.
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Address: Straszewskiego St 17, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-101, Poland