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This hotel is ideal for a short sightseeing break in this fantastic place, ideally situated on a major road junction opposite the Wawel castle and a short stroll from the main square. It is a large hotel with large rooms, two double beds and in...More
What a weekend great hotel reception staff more than helpful as we arrived late because of terrible snow , a welcome drink I the bar free of charge the suite (we had booked a room) was great views out of both side of the bedroom...More
We stayed here for one night, the hotel has odor, unpleasant smell. Our room was facing the street which is very noisy due to trams and other transportation. Couldn't sleep because of the noise even with closed window. The room had no A/C which is...More
Fantastic location: Wawel castle is just in front of the main gate, 5min on foot to the main square, also on a walking distance to Jewish Quarter where you can find charming places to eat, 20 minutes is walking distance of the main train station...More
Stayed for 3 days at Royal Hotel in aug 2013. Room is very very run down and not clean at all. Stain everywhere on the carpet and dont even have a fan.Bed and mattress dont look clean at all. The receptionist was not as helpful...More
US$63 - US$107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#57 Family Hotel in Krakow
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Response from Alberto C | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so, but you can open the windows to get the cool air come in. Some of the bigger rooms, as the suites, have small balconies, and the doors can be opened. The sheer curtains cover the windows and doors so is... More
I don't think so, but you can open the windows to get the cool air come in. Some of the bigger rooms, as the suites, have small balconies, and the doors can be opened. The sheer curtains cover the windows and doors so is quite inconspicuous.
Dear Mrs Kennedy
I visited Krakow like yourself as a tourist. I am not a tourist operator. The only advice I can give you is that the tours are easily booked on the day in the Market Square which is about 15 mins walk from... More
Dear Mrs Kennedy
I visited Krakow like yourself as a tourist. I am not a tourist operator. The only advice I can give you is that the tours are easily booked on the day in the Market Square which is about 15 mins walk from the Royal Hotel..I hope this information is of help and that you enjoy your stay in Krakow as much as we did
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"Try and get a 4th floor room that faces the front so you wake to look out at the castle."