Beautifully decorated hotel that is very close to the Old Town Square along with other places of interest being within easy reach. Reception staff were helpful and arranged an inclusive trip to Auschwitz for us and as this was the main reason for visiting Krakow it made it very simple. The Hotel was clean throughout, the room was lovely and had room service daily. The Continental buffet breakfast was nothing to write home about but maybe that's because us Brits prefer a different cuisine in the mornings! The only real negative I could give was that I found the bed uncomfortably hard - but that could be a matter of personal opinion as my husband slept like a baby! Overall a lovely place to stay :)
Traveller from Bedford
Right in the heart of Cracow Old Town, the Wawel is a boutique hotel in Cracow within a few minutes' walk of all of the …More
Very nice and cozy hotel. Special style antique like furniture and decorations to match old building and one of the oldest streets in Krakow. You get complementary, sweet almonds, wifi and water, amazing underground swimming pool and small gym. It's clean, comfortable to sleep and although I don't like usually hotel beds for some reason here I felt like home and had great night sleep.
All staff were very friendly and greeted us with big smiles, they spoke good English. They went out of their way to fully answer any questions, nothing as too much trouble. The team spirit evident, all taking pride in their roles. The breakfast was plentiful, with lots of choice. Our room was very large, modern and clean. Complimentary water refreshed regularly. It was near the lovely main square, which was very convenient. Trams run in front of the building, we were on the third floor at the front, but were not disturbed by them.
Cafés, shops, and magnificent medieval buildings create a magical experience in the vast Main Market Square, the heart of Krakow’s Old Town. Landmarks around the square include the 500-year-old Cloth Hall, with lively market stalls, and the 14th-century St. Mary’s Basilica, home to the world's largest Gothic altarpiece. Each hour, a bugle call from atop St. Mary’s resounds throughout Old Town.
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