Penzion Jakub is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Poprad, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and newspaper, and you can go online as Penzion Jakub offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Church of St. John the Apostle (0.5 mi) and Exaltation of the Holy Cross Orthodox Church (0.6 mi) make Penzion Jakub a great place to stay when visiting Poprad.
While staying in Poprad, you can check out a popular Mediterranean restaurant like La Primavera, which is serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Church of St. Egidius (0.7 mi), Square of st. Egíd (1.0 mi), and Tatra Gallery (0.6 mi), which are all within walking distance of the guest house.
Enjoy your stay in Poprad!
We were here for five nights. The location is a short walk from the railway station. The restaurant is very nice, all the dishes we had were delicious. Also the service was very friendly. Thanks to the proximity of the railway station, visiting the mountains was very easy and we did it every day during our stay.
A very cosy restaurant with friendly staff and amazing food. Tried the salmon, dumplings and the homemade cake. Everything tasted very good. There are two different parts, one filled with just tables, one with a cosy set-up with a piano, fireplace and Filip the bird.
Jakub was an "ok" place to stay for one night. We were in a pinch and it turned ok. Being right next to a tram track and the train station made connections good enough. But the noise was noticeable. The guy at the reception and serving meals was GREAT - the dinning area was very quaint and so that made up for a lot.
Stayed here on a half board bases for three nights and would highly recommend Penzion Jakub. It is close to the train station so was very convinient as a base to visit the High Tatras as well as the surrounding area (we visited Levoca and Spis Castle) The room was spacious and clean and the shower had good pressure. Breakfast was eggs to order as well as a buffet selection. The evening meal was two course - the garlic soup was delicious! Drinks were reasonably priced. The atmosphere was cosy and it was a nice place to relax after a day's walking. All the staff were friendly.
stayed for one night unfortunatelly. This place was superb. we had huge apartment with plenty of space a lot of beautiful details and design. we had half board. Service was nice smiling and helpful staff. beautiful restaurant with three rooms.definitely we will come back
We booked 2 nights after finding a great deal and extended another 2 nights. Our price included half board, which was a buffet breakfast and a 2 course dinner. Our room was huge and beautifully decorated, tea and coffee, cable tv with some Eng channels, wifi. The ensuite bathroom was a little small but worked well although the shower tended to flood if the pressure was on full. Location was close to the bus and train which was good for visiting the tatras but a little far from town if that is what you want to visit (no need really). Staff, we never really met the managers which felt a little strange but the restaurant staff always helped us and were really friendly. The food portions were huge and generally of a good quality although some of the dishes could be very heavy on the butter and cream. Drink prices were very reasonable. Highly recommended and great value.…
We stayed here three nights. Excellent place to stay. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. The food was excellent. Two dining rooms, one with a cosy fire and small board games. Breakfast was also excellent. Eggs cooked to order. We were given a very large room (we have booked a delux room through Booking.com). It was also the little touches that made it special, perfume in the bathroom, etc. The only fault was that the room was a little cold but there were plenty of blankets if needed. Thank you and would certainly stay again. Chris and Shell from Scotland xx
Booked this property for half board, based on previous reviews, as I was a solo female, I wanted to be in for dinner before dark. Arriving by train, it was very easy to find and an acceptable walk with a bag. Close to a supermarket. Check in was swift. The biggest drawback as an English speaker, is that none of the staff speak more than a couple of words of English. I used google translate to show my requests to staff, who were then happy to help. The Penzion is more a busy restaurant with 4 rooms in the loft than a hotel. The room was cosy. The only negatives were the only 2 lights were bedside and quite dim, the velux window had no blind which might be a problem in summer and there were no English TV channels. Not a major problem, as there was excellent wifi upstairs. Breakfast is 8-10 with a large self service selection. Ask for the menu if you want cooked eggs and sausage. Dinner is until 9.30. Included in the half board price is soup and a main. There is a good selection for a couple of days that should be diverse enough for most. The soups have little hidden surprises. Give them a try! Portions were plentiful and pancakes can be had for a little extra. Wine is about 1.50€. Couldn't fault it. The restaurant areas are very cosy too with a traditional wood burner alight even in October. Proximity to the railway is close, but as I had the window closed, noise was not an issue. Ask for the Aquacity membership card for 20% off if you plan to go there. Be aware of opening times at Aquacity. The new Fire and Ice centre didn't open till 2pm in October so I wasted an hour of my 3 hour ticket. Less than 10 minutes walk to station for Tatra Electric Railway. Overall, I enjoyed my 3 nights and for €40 half board was superb value.…
Excellent large room with character. Supplied to a high standard with toiletries Did half board option food is great, breakfast is 5 star standard. Really friendly hosts , 20 min walk into centre. Slight bit of road noise and trains but did not bother us. I would definitely recommend this hotel definitely to family and friends.
Every now and again you come across a place to stay which is a delightful experience all on its own. It was our good fortune to find Penzion Jakub and have such an experience. From the moment we arrived, tired and cranky from our four hour drive, to the moment we left four days later we were treated with warmth, attention and genuine hospitality. Location: Penzion Jakub is quite near the railway and bus stations which make it convenient for travellers arriving by public transport. The electric train up into the ski resorts of the Tatra Mountains is just up the road. The Penzion is on a main road. We heard no intrusive train or road noise, however, as all the windows are double glazed – and there aren't too many trains, either. It's about a 10-15 minute walk into town or a couple of minutes by car. There is a convenient supermarket just down the road for any essentials. Accommodation: It is hard to describe the atmosphere of this Penzion which is created not only by the lovely staff and attention to detail but also by the excellent renovation and wonderful furnishings and décor throughout. The old beams and oak floors, the eclectic collection of objets d'art from far and wide, the antique furniture and the wall hangings and paintings come together as a whole to create a homely and uniquely elegant world of its own. We had the Deluxe double room and we never tired of finding new “bits” to admire. The en-suite was small but efficient with a great shower and tons of hot water. Generous toiletries. Towels were changed daily. Wi Fi connection was excellent and free. No English TV channels so brush up on your Slovak. Tea and coffee making facilities were provided in the room. So good to have a cuppa at the end of a hard day's sight-seeing! Food: Breakfast and dinner were included in the exceptionally reasonable price – and they were both fantastic! A hot breakfast if you wished plus plentiful muesli, yoghurt, cold cuts, cake, fruit, fruit juices, toast etc Dinner offered a huge choice of traditional dishes. My personal favourite starters were the garlic soup and the cabbage soup but there is something for every taste – and it helps that there are English translations! Staff: Incredibly smiling, hospitable and helpful. They all made you feel welcome and important. We thank them for their warmth and professionalism!…