Cracking little hostel bang on the main square in Krakow. Big, clean rooms. Free tea and coffee with breakfast thrown in. Bathrooms were a bit too small with the number of people staying there but that was the only snag.
Showers worked well, beds were ok, rooms were warm most of the time and there was free internet if you needed it anytime. Well worth checking out if you want a central location with very little fuss.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Choosing our hostel, situated on the Cracow Market Square you can be sure, that everything you should see in Cracow is near you and only from our windows you may actually see it at any time of day or night. Our hostel is located in the XIV-century living tenement and thus it fully harmonizes with the atmosphere in Cracow. Satisfaction of our guests is the most important thing for us, their mood and safety as they are staying at our hostel (the hostel has security and 24h monitoring).We are offering you 87 accommodation places in a diversity of rooms,rate number of facilities; 2 living-rooms with an amazing view from the windows,2 kitchens at disposal of our guests along with a washing machine, and among many other things ... Free access to the Internet (via WiFi). We are offering the APARTMENT to all those, who are more exacting. The APARTMENT has a separate bathroom - en suite, a kitchen and there's a superb view stretching over the Cracow's Cloth Hall (in Polish it is referred to as 'Sukiennice') and St. Mary's Church (in Polish it is known as "Kosciol Mariacki"). ... more less
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