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Ostoya Palace Hotel
What could be more romantic than passing the night in a palace? The latest addition to Krakow's top-end accommodation options occupies the 19th-century palace of the noble Ostoya family...
The Grand Hotel: the name evokes elegance, eminence and, well, grandeur, all of which are embodied in this historic institution...
Hotel Pod Wawelem
This hotel, at the foot of Wawel and overlooking the river, has just been renovated and has a crisp and up-to-date feel to it. The 48 rooms are generously proportioned and look either onto the river or the castle...
Hotel Kazimierz I
This friendly inn in the heart of the Jewish quarter has 35 simple but modern, comfortable rooms above a popular restaurant. We love the stained glass.
Wielopole’s 36 bright, modern rooms are housed in a renovated block with a great courtyard on the eastern edge of the Old Town, and all have spotless bathrooms. Breakfast (served in your room) costs 20zł extra.
Amadeus, with its Mozartian flair, is one of Kraków’s most refined hotels. Its 22 rooms are tastefully furnished (if somewhat small) and service is of a high standard...
Hotel Stary Setting new standards for accommodation in Poland, the 53-room Stary is housed in an 18th-century aristocratic residence that exudes charm. But the only thing ‘old’ about this place is its name and the building it is in...
This grand old establishment occupies a historic mansion just off Rynek Główny...
The Hotel Europejski has been welcoming guests for more than a century, ever since Jan Kazimierz Lubicz Lapiński founded this atmospheric institution in 1882...
Hotel Pod Roza
A hotel that has never closed, even in the dark, dreary days of communism, ‘Under the Rose’ offers antiques, Oriental carpets, a wonderful glassed-in courtyard restaurant and state-of-the-art facilities.
Exquisite taste and attentive care has gone into this lovely little guest house. It is decorated with period furnishings and rich colours that are appropriate to the early 19th-century townhouse, but also comfortable for the contemporary traveller...
Hotel Alexander I
The Alexander is a modern, if slightly anonymous, 38-room place, offering the usual standard of three-star comfort. It’s on a shabby but quiet street, just west of the Old Town.
In an attempt to convey the romantic atmosphere of the royal city, the Hotel Francuski has gone over the top, outfitting its rooms with antique furnishings, attention-grabbing artwork and custom views of the elaborate facade of the Czartoryski Museu...
Located in three meticulously restored 15th-century town houses, the Eden has 27 comfortable rooms and comes complete with a pub, a sauna and the only mikvah (traditional Jewish bath) in Kraków. Kosher meals are available on request.
Hotel Wit Stwosz
Wit Stwosz occupies a recently renovated 16th-century town house northeast of the Rynek. Its 17 rooms are fully modernised, though some are a bit plain. Overall it’s comfortable, stylish and remarkably good value for its location.
Ideally located just off busy ul Grodzka, what was once the midrange Wawel-Tourist has undergone a major facelift and emerged as the Wawel. Its 40 rooms are large, comfortable and now very stylish...
Part of a French chain, this 106-room modern hotel has somehow succeeded in nestling in the Old Town, just a few blocks from the Rynek. It has attractive, bright rooms done out in ‘corporate décor’.
This is an excellent-value neat pension in the centre of Kazimierz, offering simple but comfortable and quiet rooms. The bathrooms, however, are tiny. Check-in time is noon to 10pm.
Nestled in two beautifully restored buildings in one of Kraków’s most picturesque and atmospheric streets, the 29-room Copernicus is arguably the city’s finest and most luxurious hotel...
Occupying a prime location at the foot of ul Szeroka, the Hotel Ester is the snazziest accommodation option in Kazimierz. Unlike most of its neighbours, this soon-to-be four-star hotel offers a modern take on this up-and-coming area...
Get away from the crowds at this beautifully appointed place close to Park Skały Twardowskiego and its lake, about 2km southwest of the city centre...
U Pana Cogito
White and cream seem to be the colours of choice at this friendly 14-room hotel in a lovely mansion about 1km southwest of the centre. All rooms have big bathrooms and refrigerators, and for extra privacy, the one apartment has a separate entrance...