After a modern hotel in Warsaw, we appreciated the character of this hotel in Krakow, fitting in nicely with the surrounding area. They could do with signs to find reception when you arrive, and locating your room can be a fun challenge (up and down several flights of stairs) - be warned, only part of the hotel is serviced by lifts.
Our room was nicely laid out, clean, but definitely not modern. No air conditioning, although they had provided a good standing fan which was very welcome. Bathroom was clean, but the shower was showing it's age and getting the shower doors closed was a struggle.
Our room was right on the main road, meaning we were woken around 6am when the trams started rumbling past. Wifi only worked for the first half hour we were there; we ended up going down to reception to use the wifi for the rest of our stay.
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel, choosing instead to take the short walk into the main square where there were plenty of cafe's, mini supermarkets and restaurants to choose from.
We did enjoy our stay here, and would probably consider coming back, but not in summer and a room away from the main road.More