This is one of my favorite small hotels ever! The rooms are immaculate and simply decorated, but offer real ambiance. And the location is ideal. Five of us stayed in a variety of three rooms last spring and each of us came away very, very pleased. The staff is professional, helpful and friendly.
Do not panic at the entrance of the corridor leading to Tango House, because once you enter and get to the reception where you find first very nice and helpful people and then a Bed & Breakfast , with good and spacious rooms , brightly colored, with kitchen and with music that lets you listen all the time tangos
It is very central and the only problem is that you have to take your bags by the staircase because there is not lift
No te asustes a la entrada del pasillo que lleva a Tango House , porque una vez que entras y llegas a la recepción encuentras primero a gente muy agradable y después un Bed & Breakfast muy bien puesto , con buenas y amplias habitaciones , de colores brillantes , con cocina y con hilo musical que te permite escuchar tangos todo el tiempo
Es muy céntrico y el único problema es que tienes que subir las maletas por las escaleras pues no hay ascensor
I stumbled across this interesting place when I was looking at hotels with Matcrazy and his wife Urszula. From the outside there are some small signs mentioning a café with Wi-Fi and some mention of historical origins. You walkthrough a small courtyard to find a small trendy café and the very friendly staff. They explained that the accommodation is actually in a 16-century tower and was Krakow's first public bathhouse. It is a real slice of Krakow history.
We were led up a fantastically steep set of wooden stairs and in the semi-dark we could see ancient murals painted underneath the stairs and the oldest murals on the inside of the top of the tower. I am sure that the stairs have been replaced a few times since the 1500’s and the murals probably ‘restored’ more than once, but this is a real piece of history. At the top are the different rooms, all modernised completely.
They have 8 double rooms with bathroom, tea/coffee facility, cable TV, wi-fi, and hairdryer. An iron and ironing board can be requested. They also have several family rooms with a kitchen. If you do not have a laptop, they will let you use one for free in the café downstairs.
The location is both its blessing and curse. It is less than a stone’s throw form the main Market Square. Reviewers report that in the hotter months the windows must stay open which lets the noise form all the late night bars nearby disturb guests. If you are a sound sleeper – go for it.
Warning: This accommodation is only suitable for people able to climb a lot of extremely steep stairs.
* Right at the main Market Square
* A very historical buiilding
* Gets great reviews
* Free wi-fi and laptop use
Directions: Szpitalna 4
31-024 Kraków, Poland
+48 12 429 31 14
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Address: Szpitalna 4 Street, Krakow, 32-024, Poland