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Stayed for 3 nights in Feb 2018. Hotel was perfect location just a 2 minutes walk from the main square. Breakfast was brilliant considering it was in with the cost. Plenty of ham, cheese eggs, fruits, breads etc. Room was very clean. Not particularly modern...More
We stayed for 2 nights at this hotel, and it exceeded all expectations. It’s a beautiful converted, grand house in a brilliant location, just 10 mins walk to the Old Town. The area was quiet and safe, breakfast was very good and staff were helpful....More
Met by friendly staff in the recection, helpful in any way. Rooms are newly refurbished with modern bathrooms, everything is neat an tidy! The breakfast restaurant has an excellent buffet including a great selection of fruit.
Best of all is the location at Place Matejko...More
Second stay here. First time was a few years ago and the hotel has been spruced up a little. For around £30 a night this hotel is very good value. Rooms are adequate and fairly comfortable, breakfast is included and was very good, plenty of...More
+ great location in the old town
+ great reception
+ fair price
+ great front side of the building
+ clean room
+ fair 3star hotel
a) fair 3 star hotel, my recomendation is to include MATEJKO to your short list of budget...More
Response from Zablockik | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The hotel is within easy walking distance from the town square, about 10 to 15 bminutes past the Barbican and along Florianska street. The hotel is located just on the other side of the main road which surrounds the old... More
Hi. The hotel is within easy walking distance from the town square, about 10 to 15 bminutes past the Barbican and along Florianska street. The hotel is located just on the other side of the main road which surrounds the old city and the "park" around the old walls known as the Planty. It is also very close to the new shopping Mall called "Galeria Krakow".
We have been to the Auschwitz/Birkenau site, To be honest, we were so upset by it that we only managed to do the morning visit around the old army baracks which was the original camp. It is a museum and memorial, but it is not a fun day out, so be prepared for the emotions that you will experience when you see the "exhibits" and realise just what happened there. You might find a trip to the Wieliczka salt mines much more rewarding and enjoyable.