Hotel Sabala is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Zakopane, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Hotel Sabala provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast while staying at Hotel Sabala. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available on-site.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Tatra Mountains Museum (0.1 mi) and Upside Down House (Dom Do Gory Nogami) (0.1 mi), guests of Hotel Sabala can easily experience some of Zakopane's most well known attractions.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to STRH Bistro Art Cafe, Europejska, or Cafeteria Samanta, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Sabala.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Gubalowka (0.2 mi), Krupowki Street (0.1 mi), or Wielka Krokiew - Ski Jumping Hill (1.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Zakopane!
This is a cosy & compact hotel right on the main street in the centre if this beautiful town. It is clean & well run. You can walk anywhere around town from it's central location. Food wise it's not terribly exciting but that's not a big thing for me in recommending this hotel..Zakopane is stunning. You are right in the middle of it all in Hotel Sabala with no big fuss or production. You will not need your car. I loved the warm ambiance.
We love this Hotel and have stayed here before. It's location is unbeatable, the rooms are clean and comfortable and the decor is quite amazing. However, the bar and restaurant staff come across as unfriendly, rarely interacting often looking miserable. Our last night there was my birthday (62) the staff knew this and then at 8.00pm they stopped serving us and by 9..00 shut everything down. We finished our evening at the Aries Hotel across the road and the difference was immeasurable. We won't be staying at Sabala again which, is really sad.
My wife and I traveled to Zakopane through Krakow and took a long bus ride south thru the countryside. Zakopane is located in the south of Poland near the foothills of the Tatras Mountains. In the winter skiing is the king. In the summer it is more hiking the mountain area. The hotel is bigger than it looks from the front view and has many very nice features. If you are planning a trip look up the hotel on the Internet and see some of the very nice points of the interior. The wedding was wonderful and celebration was great. A perfect Irish/Polish wedding in a very nice hotel.
A lovey room, warm restaurant with excellent food and service and central to everything with its own swimming pool indoors really enjoyed our stay. Very good bathroom all mod cons and room temp was spot on and the balcony was just needed for a smoke and me tea lovely the views Arby’s to impressive as we were in the back but honest no complaints.
Stayed here in mid December, as two couples staying in Studio rooms. This is a lovely hotel with a homely and cosy feel. To summarize: Pros: Ladies on reception were very pleasant and helpful. We changed our room as we were under the impression that our room came with a balcony but apparently not all Studios have balconies, but she happily changed our room for us. One of the ladies went above and beyond helping us with booking a tour, and ordering taxis. Everything was spotlessly clean. Bed was comfortable. As is normal for Poland our bed came with extra large pillows and single duvets on a double bed. Breakfast was lovely with sausages, eggs cooked to order, and a selection of breads, cheeses, meats, salads, cereals etc. Our room on the top floor had a large bathroom, with shower and bidet (no bath). Plenty of storage space. Excellent location with some rooms overlooking the main street. Cons: As the rooms are kept lovely and warm, if you open a window be prepared some noise. Our room was ok as did not face onto the main street, but our fellow travellers were disturbed by late night revellers. There is no lift. We were on the top floor which is approx 56 steps up. OK for us as we only had hand luggage and no disabilities. As mentioned our bathroom was huge (Can't remember room number but it was 302 or 304?) It would have been great to have a surface other than under the sink to put toiletries - there was plenty of room for a small table under the sloping ceiling in there which would have been quite useful. Our booking confirmation from an agent mentioned that our room had a laptop safe. Actually there are no safes in the rooms, although there is one in reception I believe. Wifi didn't reach our room very well. All in all I would definitely stay here again. Thank you Hotel Sabala for a pleasant stay. Hope this is helpful.…