I stayed here for four nights, and overall I was very happy with the place. The location is great, being a five or ten minute walk from the main square, as well as a very short walk to the main railway station. The hotel itself is very clean, efficient, and well-maintained. I would describe my room (one of the double-bed rooms), as serviceable and comfortable with slightly dated and somewhat Spartan décor. It was however very clean and well-serviced. The price includes a buffet-style breakfast which was actually pretty good, especially if you like pork (frankly, you’ll have difficulty eating anything in this country if you don’t!). The food selection may be a bit of a departure from standard breakfast fare for North American guests, but it was certainly vastly superior to the standard included breakfasts in a US hotel (crappy desiccated bread, barely edible plastic eggs, and stale cereal). So yeah, it was a gourmet feast compared to a US hotel. The coffee however was truly vile, and I took to buying a coffee at the bar after the first day. The staff I dealt with were all very friendly and accommodating as well. I honestly don’t have any complaints. I will mention one thing however. This place seems to do quite a business with British school tour groups. I’m not sure whether this was due solely to the fact that there was a school holiday in the UK during my visit, or whether it is this way year-round, but each night of my stay a new tour group of 50 or so 14-18 year old school kids would check in. They really didn’t bother me any, as they seemed to be in their rooms and asleep by a very reasonable hour (perhaps 11PM or so), and there was very little disruption. Something to think about if you go to bed at 8PM and you feel that a bunch of 16 year olds running around will disturb you. Like I said, it didn’t bother me any.
I can’t really say anything bad about this place. Granted, it is just a standard hotel, and nothing spectacular, but all things considered (price, location, etc.), I was very satisfied.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- While the front of the building doesn't promise much, the WYSPIANSKI Hotel is well worth every one of its three stars. On 4 floors you can find 231 rooms with bathrooms, each of them equipped with TV, telephone, Wi-Fi and hairdryer. The PREMIUM rooms offer extra coffee and tea making facilities. We are family friendly (special discounts for children). Our hotel is also adapted for disabled people! Hotel in a very center of the city! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wyspianski Hotel Krakow
- Hotel Wyspianski Krakow