Hotels in Krakow

Hotels in Krakow offer outstanding accommodations amongst longstanding European beauty. Once the capital of Poland for over 500 years, Krakow is known for its historical buildings, museums, nightlife, outdoor activities and quality restaurants. The city’s Old Town central district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, connects a storied medieval past to a bustling 21st century metropolis. When traveling to Krakow, it’s a good idea to book in advance and learn some of the language, such as witam (hello), do widzenia (goodbye) and dziękuję ci (thank you). Be sure to pack walking shoes, as Krakow is a fine place to explore on foot.  Poland’s currency is the Poland złoty, the drinking age is 18 years and cars drive on the right hand side. Known for its friendly inhabitants, the city harbors some the best establishments in Poland. The city’s most successful football club of late is Wisła Kraków, while MKS Cracovia is its most long-standing, dating to 1906. Festivals include Krakow Film Festival, Off Plus Camera, Misteria Paschalia, Saint Stanislaw’s Procession, Juwenalia, Wianki, Kraków Live Festival, Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival, Kinobranie Summer Film Festival, Golden Era Film Music Festival, Pierogi Festival and Coke Live Festival. Indeed, hotels in Krakow are some of the most beloved in all of Europe. Before we get to hotels in Krakow, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Dating to the 7th century, Krakow was Poland’s official capital until 1596. Archeological evidence at Wawel Hill suggests that a Stone Age settlement had existed in the Krakow area. Legend attributes Krakow’s founding to Krakus, a mythical ruler who built the settlement above the cave of the dragon Smok Wawelski. Krakow became the seat of the Polish government in 1038, and was overrun as a result of the Mongol invasion of 1241. The University of Krakow was founded in 1362 by King Casmir III the Great. During the 15th and 16th century, Poland’s Golden Age brought Renaissance art and architecture, which included synagogues such as the Old Synagogue. The largest of five bells hanging in Wawel Cathedral, Royal Sigismund Bell was cast by Hans Behem in 1520. The last of the Jagiellons, King Sigismund II died childless in 1572, resulting in Poland’s throne being passed to Henry III of France and subsequent foreign rulers. A Swedish invasion, along with a bubonic plague outbreak, signaled Sigismund III of the House of Vasa to move the administrative capital of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from Kraków to Warsaw circa 1596. The Free City of Cracow was incorporated into Austria, creating the Grand Duchy of Krakow on November 16, 1846. Krakow became a Polish center for culture and art, a place where Polish artists such as Jan Matejko resided. In 1901, running water and streetcars were introduced. Nearly 40 years later, The Third Reich established the area as part of the General Government and capital following the invasion of Poland in 1939.  Architecturally, Krakow remained relatively undamaged throughout World War II, though its Jewish ghettos proved a grim contrast to its elaborate history.  The Stalinist regime transitioned Krakow from an academic, to an industrial city post World War II.

Poland’s second largest city and home to around 770,000, Krakow sits on the Vistula River in Lesser Poland.  Today, Krakow draws around 13 million tourists annually, including 3 million from abroad. The złoty, the masculine form of the Polish adjective “golden” and pronounced zwol-tih, is Poland’s official currency. A traditional, five-note bugle call, known as St. Mary’s Trumpet Call, is played every hour at Saint Mary’s Basilica. Visitor’s enjoy the city’s historical monuments, architecture, food, customs, recreational activities, religious buildings and businesses. High temperatures range from 80 degrees Fahrenheit in August, to 35 degrees in January. Points of interest include Wawel Cathedral, Saints Peter and Paul Church, Wawel Castle, Floriańska Street, Cloth Hall, Church of St. Adalbert, Main Market Square, Palace of Art, Planty Park, Grunwald Monument, Kraków University of Economics, Jagiellonian University, National Museum, Manggha, Polish Aviation Museum, Juliusz Słowacki Theatre, Ludowy Theatre, Opera Krakowska, Kraków Philharmonic, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Ojców National Park, Pieskowa Skała, Tyniec Abbey, Wisła Kraków Stadium, Cracovia Stadium and Tauron Arena Kraków. Popular foods are sausages, sauerkraut, beetroots, gherkins, sour cream, breads and cheeses and of course pierogis, while popular alcoholic drinks include krupnik, which is a sweet liqueur, lager beer and vodka. Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Krakow that are certain to inspire.

 

 

 

PURO Kraków Kazimierz

ul. Halicka 14a, Old Town

Hotels in Krakow

Ghetto Heroes Square in Krakow

PURO Kraków Kazimierz boasts a fitness center, a terrace, free bike rentals, a shared lounge, a bar, on-site dining, desks, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, a sauna, 2 external terraces, a garden and a 24-hour front desk. Halicka Eatery & Bar (lunch restaurant), Lajkonik Piekarnia i Kawiarnia (bakery), Dobro&Dobro Cafe (coffee shop), Studio fryzjerskie (hair salon), Hair Club La Bush (barber shop), Lody (ice cream shop), Bagelmama (bagel shop), Artefakt Cafe (bar), Ulica Krokodyli Pub & Cafe (pub), Cukiernia (dessert shop), Piwo Świeże z Browaru Tenczynek (beer store), Lokal 27 Banda Burgers (hamburger restaurant), Gruba Buła (hamburger restaurant), Czarna Owca • Wino Bar • Kraków (wine bar), Corner Burger (hamburger restaurant), Craftownia (bar), Everest Curry (Indian restaurant), Pancake House (pancake restaurant), Duffy’s Irish Bar, Chabry z Poligonu (wine bar) and more are in the area.

Galicia Jewish Museum, Park Stacja Wisła, Ghetto Heroes Square in Krakow, Ethnographic Museum in Kraków, Schindler Factory Museum, Wawel Royal Castle, Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Cloth Hall, Main Market Square, Town Hall Tower amd St. Florian’s Gate are within feet, Historical Museum of Krakow is 1 mile, National Museum of Krakow is 1.4 miles, Polish Aviation Museum is 2.5 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine is 7 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 8 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night: $233

 

 

 

Metropolitan Boutique Hotel

ul. Berka Joselewicza 19, Old Town

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Schindler Factory Museum

Metropolitan Boutique Hotel features a 24-hour front desk, a fitness center, air conditioning, free WiFi, modern design, flat-screen TVs, private bathrooms with seasonal underfloor heating, a lobby bar and an on-site restaurant. The Moon Lounge Bar & Shisha (hookah bar), Fab Fusion Restaurant (fusion restaurant), SEMPRE Taniec & Fitness (dance school), Sklep Wędkarski Głowatka (fishing store), Piercing Room (body piercing shop), Indus Tandoor (Indian restaurant) and more are within range.

From here Wawel Royal Castle, Archeological Museum, Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Main Market Square, Town Hall Tower and Schindler Factory Museum are within feet, National Museum of Krakow is 1.1 miles, Polish Aviation Museum is 2.5 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (luxury apartment): $230

 

 

 

K4 Aparthotel Krakow

ul. Krótka 4, Old Town

Hotels in Krakow

Czartoryski Museum

Offering free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, kitchens, hair dryers and an on-site restaurant, K4 Aparthotel Krakow is found near Rock’n’Ink Tattoo & Piercing (tattoo shop), Restauracja Atrium (restaurant) and more.

You may find Barbican of Krakow, Czartoryski Museum, Krakow’s City Walls, St. Florian’s Gate, Jan Matejko’s House, Historical Museum of Krakow, Cloth Hall, Adam Mickiewicz Monument and Wawel Royal Castle within feet, Schindler Factory Museum 1.7 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine 8 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice 7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe apartment): $150

Cost per person (five people): $30

 

 

 

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STRADONIA Serviced Apartments

Stradomska 7, Old Town

Hotels in Krakow

Church of St. Giles

Set in a renovated 16th century building, STRADONIA Serviced Apartments has a lounge, a 24-hour reception, free WiFi, air conditioning, balconies, terraces, full kitchenettes, hairdryers, city or garden views, paid parking and bike rental. Masaż tajski Thai Mai (Thai massage therapist), Lajkonik – Bakery & Cafe, Kawiarnia Cafe Millimo (cafe), Bestwin RESTO BAR Kraków (new American restaurant), Gate of India (Indian restaurant), RESTAURACJA TAWERNA MIEJSKA (restaurant) and more are in the vicinity.

This spot is within feet of Church of St. Giles, Wawel Royal Castle, Dragon’s Den, Ethnographic Museum in Kraków, Galicia Jewish Museum, Town Hall Tower and Historical Museum of Krakow, 2.8 miles from Polish Aviation Museum and 7 miles from John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment with fireplace): $157

Cost per person (four people): $39

 

 

 

Garden Square Hotel

ul. Sucha 1d, Lagiewniki

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Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Krakow-Lagiewniki

Garden Square Hotel offers a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, concierge service, a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service, free WiFi, air conditioning, desks, electric tea pots, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs, a continental or buffet breakfast and a sauna. You’ll find Oranżeria Faustyny 14 (restaurant), Friday Bistro (restaurant) and more nearby.

Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Krakow-Lagiewniki is within feet, Park Kurdwanów is 1.3 miles, Park imienia Wojciecha Bednarskiego and Planty Floriana Nowackiego are 1.4 miles, Ethnographic Museum in Kraków is 1.7 miles, Wawel Royal Castle is 2.1 miles, Main Market Square is 2.6 miles, St. Florian’s Gate is 2.8 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine is 6 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 8 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (apartment): $143

 

 

 

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Topolowa Residence

Topolowa 27, Grzegórzki

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Opera House Cracow

Housed in a modern apartment complex, Topolowa Residence has an on-site cafe, free WiFi, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, safes, kitchenettes and bathrobes. Schizofrenia Café (bar), Boardowa (cafe), Ciao ragazzi (Italian restaurant), Novum Bistro (bistro), Pizza Garden (pizza restaurant), ONUTS (donut shop), Green Caffè Nero (cafe), Mañana (tapas bar), Wesoła Cafe and more are close by.

You’ll find Opera House Cracow, Park Strzelecki, The Botanic Garden of the Jagiellonian University, Barbican of Krakow, St. Florian’s Gate, Krakow’s City Walls, Jan Matejko’s House, Cloth Hall and Town Hall Tower within feet, National Museum of Krakow 1.4 miles, Polish Aviation Museum 1.8 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine 7 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice 8 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe apartment): $126

Cost per person (three people): $42

 

 

 

Mercure Krakow Stare Miasto

Pawia 18 B, Old Town

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The Botanic Garden of the Jagiellonian University

With a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, concierge service, luggage storage space, a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service, free WiFi, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, desks, electric tea pots, a buffet breakfast, an indoor swimming pool and a hot tub, Mercure Krakow Fabryczna City is close to KORBA Piwo Kawiarnia (bar), Glonojad (restaurant), Bar Smok Kraków (bar) and more.

The Botanic Garden of the Jagiellonian University, Bungee Jumping and Park Grzegórzecki are within feet, Schindler Factory Museum is 1.2 miles, Polish Aviation Museum is 1.3 miles, Barbican of Krakow and St. Florian’s Gate are 1.4 miles, Wawel Royal Castle is 1.7 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine is 7 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 8 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (superior king suite): $233

Cost per person (three people): $77

 

 

 

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Sky Hotel Krakow

Lubicz 9, Old Town

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Julius Slowacki Theatre

Featuring a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, luggage storage, room service, free WiFi, air conditioning, desks, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs and continental or buffet breakfast, Sky Hotel Krakow is in the vicinity of Noblesse (Polish restaurant), Cat Café Kociarnia (cafe), Dobra Pączkarnia (donut shop), Cukiernia | Chimney Cake Bakery (cake shop), Fear Factory House of Fear (escape room center), Awiteks (bakery) and more.

From here Julius Slowacki Theatre, Barbican of Krakow, Krakow’s City Walls, Jan Matejko’s House, Czartoryski Museum, Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Cloth Hall and Historical Museum of Krakow are within feet, National Museum of Krakow is 1.1 miles, Polish Aviation Museum is 2.2 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $118

 

 

 

Hotel Unicus Palace

ul. Florianska 28

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Jan Matejko’s House

Hotel Unicus Palace has a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, room and ticket service, free WiFi, an indoor pool, hammam, a 24-hour front desk, desks, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, a buffet, a spa center, a hot tub, a sauna, bike and car rental. Nearby you’ll find ORSAY (clothing store), Dom Jana Matejki (museum), Beer House, Dobry Kumpel Pub, Euphora Tattoo & Piercing, Thai Bali Massage, KINO 7D MAX (movie theater), Stodola 47 Restaurant, Spolem Deluxe (live music venue), M22 Burger, Sklep (grocery store), Internet Garinet Club (cafe), Zarowka Cafe, ExitRoom ™, Swieta Krowa (brewpub), Cafe Camelot, URARA (sushi restaurant), Starbucks, Farewell to Africa (coffee store), Manekin Cafe, Antiquarian Bookshop, Kult Tattoo Fest, Kantor (currency exchange) and more.

Jan Matejko’s House and Czartoryski Library are within feet, Dominik Rostworowski Gallery, Czartoryski Museum, Lost Souls Alley, St. Florian’s Gate, Krakow’s City Walls, Julius Slowacki Theatre, Saint Cross Church and St Mark’s Church are 0.1 miles, Cloth Hall and Main Market Square are 0.2 miles, Schindler Factory Museum is 1.5 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 6.2 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe apartment): $320

 

 

 

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Balthazar Design Hotel

ul. Grodzka 63

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Wawel Royal Castle

Balthazar Design Hotel offers a garden, private parking, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, concierge and ticket service, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, seating areas, coffee machines and a la carte breakfast. Close to this hotel you may visit Fiorentina Dom Polski (Polish restaurant), Kantor PARANA (currency exchange), St. Andrew’s Church, Church Piotr i Pawel, The Institute of Art History (university), Pomnik Piotra Skargi (sculpture), La Campana (fine dining restaurant), Pontifical University, Art (restaurant), National Museum, Dean’s House (historical landmark), BAJO (toy store), Pod Wawelem (restaurant), Pod Baranew (restaurant), Rock Shot (pub), Miod Malina (restaurant), Pizzeria Three Papryczki, Restaurant Corleone (Italian restaurant), Sushi 77, Pod Aniolami (restaurant), Corse (restaurant), Smak Ukrainski (restaurant), Wyspianski Pavilion and more.

From here you’ll find Church of St. Giles within feet, St. Andrew’s Church, Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul and Wawel Royal Castle 0.1 miles, Planty and Dragon’s Den 0.3 miles, Main Market Square 0.4 miles, Lost Souls Alley and Cloth Hall 0.5 miles, National Museum of Krakow 0.7 miles, Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium 0.8 miles, Galeria Krakowska 0.9 miles,  Wisla Krakow Stadium 1.3 miles and John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice 6.2 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $438

Cost per person (four people): $110

 

 

 

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Bachleda Luxury Hotel

Plac Kossaka 6

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Planty Park

Featuring flat-screen TVs, safes, Christian Lacriox cosmetics, fridges, coffee machines, a restaurant, an Opus Lounge Bar, a breakfast buffet, an on-site spa, an indoor pool with hydro massage, a sauna, a caldarium and a fitness center, Bachleda Luxury Hotel is found close to Socks and Tights (fashion accessory store), Notary Public Office of Agnieszka Kozek, Cukiernia LUMO (pastry shop), city gsm (cell phone store), Oranzeria Cafe Restaurant, Kocyk (grocery store), Sette (southern Italian restaurant), BikeTrip (bike rental service) and more.

From this hotel Planty Park, Potocka Gallery, 20th Century Polish Art Gallery, National Museum of Krakow, Archaeological Museum and Dragon’s Den are 0.3 miles, Krypta u Pijarów Gallery, Wawel Royal Castle and Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium are 0.4 miles, Main Market Square and Cloth Hall are 0.5 miles, Krakow Central Station is 1.2 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine is 7.6 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 5.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (executive king suite): $825

Cost per person (four people): $207

 

 

 

Hotel Stary

ul. Szczepańska 5

Hotels in Krakow

Cloth Hall

Offering a seasonal rooftop terrace bar with Main Market and Old Town views, an on-site spa, a sauna, a gym, a steam bath, 2 swimming pools with swim jets, air conditioning, spa baths, plasma TVs, balconies, free internet, mineral water, newspapers, traditional Polish breakfast, a restaurant and a club, Hotel Stary sits close to Caffe Zaćmienie Bar, Salon Firmowy Loake (shoe store), Pino (modern European restaurant), Restauracja pod Gruszką (restaurant), Kurant (book store), Restauracja Sławkowska 1 (meat dish restaurant), Grosz (currency exchange service), Cruising Krakow Bike and Segway Tours & Rentals, Krowarzywa Vegan Burgers (vegan restaurant), U Jožina (bar), Winosfera Plac Szczepański (wine bar), 9th Circle (tattoo shop), Morskie Oko (Polish restaurant), Discover Cracow (tourist center), Muzeum Narodowe (art museum), Scandale Royal (Polish restaurant), Charlotte (French restaurant), Betel (night club), Plac Szczepański (tourist attraction), Bunkier (contemporary art gallery), Bunkier Cafe (breakfast restaurant), Gold Club (night club), Diamond Gentlemen’s Club and more.

You’ll find Historical Museum of Krakow, Old Theatre and Piano Nobile Gallery within feet, Cloth Hall, Jan Fejkiel Gallery, Main Market Square, Bunkier Sztuki Modern Art Gallery, Town Hall Tower, St Mark’s Church, International Cultural Center and Lost Souls Alley are 0.1 miles, Galeria Krakowska is 0.5 miles, National Museum of Krakow and Wawel Royal Castle are 0.6 miles, Krakow Central Station is 0.7 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine is 7.7 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (luxury suite): $443

 

 

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Hotel Copernicus

ul. Kanonicza 16

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Artemis Gallery

Hotel Copernicus has beautiful and historic interiors, a sauna, a swimming pool, vaulted cellars, spacious rooms, wood ceilings, 14th-century decor, free WiFi, marble bathrooms, free mineral water, free newspapers, air conditioning, a terrace with panoramic Wawel views, a restaurant, 24-hour front desk service, dry cleaning and laundry services, a spa and a fitness club. National Museum, Art (Polish restaurant), Dom Kapituły Katedralnej (monument), Bon Ami (bistro), Trattoria La Campana (Italian restaurant), Imperia Film (film production company), Mumerus. Teatr (performing arts theater), Naleśniki (crêperie), St. Andrew’s Church (Catholic church), Fiorentina (Polish restaurant) and more are within range.

You may find St. Andrew’s Church within feet, Church of St. Giles, Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Archeological Museum and Artemis Gallery 0.1 miles, Wawel Royal Castle, St. Francis of Assisi’s Church, Planty and Holy Trinity Basilica 0.2 miles, Dragon’s Den Krakow Poland 0.3 miles, Main Market Square, Lost Souls Alley and Cloth Hall 0.4 miles, Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium 0.8 miles, Krakow Aqua Park 3.1 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice 6.2 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $252

 

 

 

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Amber Design Residence

ul. Sw. Marka 35

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Slowacki Theatre

With air conditioning, bright, modern interiors, flat-screen TVs, wardrobes, tea & coffee facilities and vibrant artwork, Amber Design Residence sits near Akademia Muzyczna (music school), Metrum Rooftop Restobar, BeerGallery – Luxury, House of Beer, MooMoo (restaurant), Nota Resto (modern European restaurant), Relaks Craft Beer & food, Strefa (live music venue), Zen Sushi, Milkbar Tomasza (breakfast restaurant), Tourism Idea (tour operator), Fortuna and Friends (bar), Cakester Cafe, Gentleman Barber, Military Store, Witaminka (grocery store), Sticky Fingers (pub) and more.

Saint Cross Church is steps away, Slowacki Theatre and Jan Matejko’s House are 0.1 miles, Autosave Car Park, Lost Souls Alley, St. Florian’s Gate, St. Barbara’s Church, Krakow’s City Walls, Czartoryski Library and Czartoryski Museum are 0.2 miles, Galeria Krakowska is 0.4 miles, Wawel Royal Castle is 0.7 miles, Krakow Aqua Park is 2.6 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 6.4 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (family boutique apartment): $437

Cost per person (eight people): $55

 

 

 

Kanonicza 22

Old Town

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Main Market Square Krakow

Kanonicza 22 has spacious apartments with unique furniture, air conditioning, minibar, coffee machines, electric kettles, a 24-hour front desk, a bar, luggage storage and an award-winning Polish restaurant. This stylish hotel is found close to Balthazar Design Hotel.

Approximate cost per night (luxury suite with Jacuzzi): $600

Cost per person (four people): $150

 

 

 

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Fragola Apartments

Św. Jana 2

Hotels in Krakow

Lost Souls Alley

Providing free WiFi, fully-equipped kitchens and flat-screen TVs, Fragola Apartments is near Hotel Stary.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom apartment): $131

Cost per person (six people): $22

 

 

 

Penthouse Skyline

6 Krowoderska

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Barbican of Krakow

Penthouse Skyline offers 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a washing machine, a living room, a flat-screen TV, a shared lounge, free WiFi, a shared kitchen, concierge service, air conditioning, a balcony, a terrace and private parking. Hairstyling Studio Expander, Kosmyk Drugstore, Dom Turecki (historical landmark), Buczek (bakery), Tociekawa (cafe), Dream Factory (beauty salon), Swiat Wapowania (vaporizer store), Daddy’s Pizza, Pawlikowscy (musical repair shop), Agrafka Cinema and more.

This penthouse is 0.3 miles from Nova Gallery, Pryzmat Art Gallery, St Mark’s Church, Barbican of Krakow, Czartoryski Museum, Krakow’s City Walls and Porta di San Floriano, 0.6 miles from Porta di San Floriano, Dominik Rostworowski Gallery and Czartoryski Library, 0.8 miles from National Museum of Krakow, 1 mile from Wawel Royal Castle and 6.1 miles from John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice.

Approximate cost per night: $360

Cost per person (seven people): $52

 

 

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Penthouse Harmonica

6 Trynitarska

Hotels in Krakow Poland

Corpus Christi Basilica

With 3 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine, a continental or a la carte breakfast, a sun terrace, 24-hour reception, air conditioning, free WiFi and free private parking, Penthouse Harmonica sits near Zakrecona Kawiarenka (bakery), Gymakers, Moonlight Spa, Old Timers Garage (performing arts theater), Only Good Books, Hospudka (pub), BARaWINO (wine bar), Marchewka Z Groszkiem (Polish restaurant), Follow Me (shisha lounge), Sklepy (grocery store), Po Krakosku Bistro, Kebab Pod, Dumpling – Slavic Feast, Ethnographic Museum, Nowy Theatre, Barka (Mediterranean restaurant), Chinkalnia Krakow (Georgian restaurant), Two Drops Coffee and Wine, Cafe Kladka, Mostowa Sztuka Kawa (art cafe), Po Drodze (bar), Yerba Mate (tea store) and more.

Ethnographic Museum in Kraków and Corpus Christi Basilica are 0.1 miles, Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria is 0.2 miles, High Synagogue, Sinagoga Izaaka, Galicia Jewish Museum, Sinagoga Vecchia and Church of Saint Michael the Archangel, Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery and Kupa Synagogue are 0.3 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice is 6.6 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night: $195

Cost per person (six people): $33

 

 

 

 

Kazimierz Penthouse

24 Augustiańska, Old Town

Hotels in Krakow

Ethnographic Museum in Kraków

Kazimierz Penthouse has city views, free WiFi, a balcony, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a fully-equipped kitchen. Nearby are Hello India Restaurant, August. Jadłodajnia (Western restaurant), Akita Ramen (ramen restaurant), Filthy (restaurant), Mr.Broda Sandwich Bar (sandwich shop), Curry up! (Indian takeaway), Oké Poké Krakow (restaurant), Nolio Restaurant (Italian restaurant), Trzy Cztery (wine bar), Jerusalem (takeout restaurant), PLACEK WOLNICA NAPOLETANA (pizza restaurant), Pracownia Cukiernicza Roman Cyran (pastry shop), Słowiańska Uczta | Pierogarnia (dumpling restaurant), New Theatre (performing arts theater), Scena Berlin (bar), Kawiarnia Literacka (cafe) and more.

You may find Ethnographic Museum in Kraków, Wawel Royal Castle, Dragon’s Den, Schindler Factory Museum, Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Main Market Square and Historical Museum of Krakow within feet, St. Florian’s Gate and National Museum of Krakow 1.1 miles, Wieliczka Salt Mine 7 miles and John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice 7 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $274

Cost per person (six people): $45

 

 

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23 Replies to “Hotels in Krakow”

  1. Thank you for this most interesting read on Krakow Poland and you certainly have done your research when it comes to places to stay and things to do.

    I think looking at the temperatures, I would rather go in January when the weather is a bit cooler or even cold. I don’t really like the heat when I go on a touristy type holiday.

    I like the look of St Florian’s gate, as it is nice and central and the price is just right to take the entire family. It is within walking distance from the Krakow Barbican and Galeria Krakowska Shopping Center, so everyone can shop to their heart’s content while I do the historical sites.

  2. Hello,

    This is a very informative article about Krakow city and the best hotels and penthouse rentals available for ever growing number of tourists. Even though the price is comparatively high, Plac Kossaka 6 in Bachleda Luxury Hotel seems truly exquisite. I think it would be a wonderful and memorable experience to visit Potocka Gallery, 20th Century Polish Art Gallery, National Museum of Krakow, Archaeological Museum, Dragon’s Den, Krypta u Pijarów Gallery, Wawel Royal Castle and many other near by important places. I think it would definitely be worth it.

  3. I am surprised at the price of these penthouse suites. They have all the necessary features I would want in a hotel. I love what a group travel can do to the pockets. An average of 7 people for such prices is very doable.The design and clean look of Amber Design Residence is very clean and modern.  Seems like Poland also has a rich history with several restaurants within each other. Thanks for these great reviews as always.

    1. Carol you are totally right to say that Poland has a rich history, as evidenced by the beautiful surviving architecture found throughout the city!

  4. Now Poland is one place I never knew would have so many beautiful hotels. Travelers around the world hope to get some good place to rest after a long journey during vacation and business trips and landing in such luxurious hotels would be the perfect way to have a good rest. Although some of the prices are on the high side, considering the services provided at these hotels, then it’s worth the prices. I’ll share this information across

    1. Benson you are right-on to say that you might not expect Poland to be so beautiful, but when you dig a little deeper you may see that it has some of the most beautiful cities in the world!

  5. You have written such a thorough description of each of these hotels.  The pictures are lovely; it is hard to decide which hotel I like the best.

    I love that you put the points of interest close by in your post, plus a description/picture of each.  I’d love to visit Krakow, and if I ever do, will revisit your post first and learn what’s really good to see and a great place to stay.  You have given thorough information, allowing a visitor to choose intelligently from several beautiful places.

  6. The hotels you picked out are really nice. I knew Poland was beautiful, but you managed to capture it through hotels. One day I will visit. Especially the Penthouse Piedmont. I could die looking at that place. The floor plans are immaculate. I look forward to more locations. Where are we off to next?

  7. Hi I would like to thank you for your informative article on hotels in Krakow Poland. As this will be my first visit to Krakow I really wasn’t sure where would be the best place to stay. As I began my research I came across your wonderful post about accommodation in Krakow and now have some ideas of where I can stay. 

  8. Thank you so much for sharing with us such a beautiful article .I’ve heard a lot about this Krakow city and I think it’s best for tourists. Here’s an article on the best hotel and penthouse rental information you have shared with us today. And I think in January, the weather will be favorable and a good time to go .And I’ll definitely be here on my next vacation.The Hotel Plac Kossaka 6 has been great to me .And seeing some of the most important places here, such as the National Museum, Art Gallery, Royal Castle, etc., and interesting, I think a very good experience will be for me and my family. And I heartily congratulate you for writing an article about such historical sites and I think there will be plenty to buy. I will keep your article in the collection for future travel.Good luck with the Krakow Poland Hotel.Seeing the pictures in your article has made my mind up and I will be here soon with my family.

  9. Thank you for this most interesting article on Krakow Poland and you surely pointed out the best when it comes to places to stay. I liked the design and art in Krakow. The hotel are wow and they look luxarious but the proce are relavely fair according to the services provide. I will consider spending some time in krakow. Thanks

  10. It is relatively easy to understand why krakow receives 13 million tourists every year after careful analysis of the historical city’s features. The history behind it is simply impressive. Admittedly, I’ve never been, but I don’t believe it’s late as I’m currently working to adjust my schedule to enable me visit all my dream destinations. Prior to coming across this article, Krakow was not on the list but that’ll have to change now.

    The amber design residence seems like the perfect fit for the family, as it is almost as though the whole city revolves around it. My family would definitely be delighted with this new addition.

    Thanks you

  11. Krakow is such an amazing place to behold and venture. It’s so beautiful and welcoming and I’d love to visit someday so I find this post sharing hotels in Krakow Poland useful. The hotels are very beautiful and are well equipped with everything I’d ever need to be comfortable and satisfied. What I care for especially is free WiFi, steady power supply, great food and conducive environment. Nice recommendations.

    Regards!

  12. Uuu-uu, the fact that it’s UNESCO, that’s always pretty cool. Personally, I’ve heard good things about Krakow but never yet been. Also, I did not know that Krakow is one of the oldest cities they have. Fascinating.

    As far as the hotels, I loved how that indoor pool with hydro massage at Planty Park Krakow sounded. That said, I feel that $825 per night is a bit too steep for me currently. But as far as insane deals go, I think the price on Dragon’s Den Krakow is exactly that. Plus, they’ve got a sauna and the views, and a gym. It really looks like a great deal to me. 

    I appreciate it, cheers.

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