The restaurant is located just off the lobby under a huge glass roof in what was once the building's back yard. It is a charming and stylish bistro, serving a fine buffet breakfast and snacks, drinks and meals all day.
This historic townhouse blends in beautifully with its elegant neighbours. The entrance is both grand and understated and surprsingly easy to miss!
This charming, family-friendly hotel is set in a beautiful building and is the oldest hotel in Krakow. It is ideal for business travellers and holidaymakers alike and comprises a total of 57 rooms, including 13 singles, 3 suites, 3 junior suites and 4 apartments. Each floor features unique décor, from the stately and distinguished Biedermeier style to the cosy contemporary design, and the colourful polychrome walls and the historic tiled stoves have been well cared for over the centuries. Facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, a cloakroom and lift access. There is a café, a bar and a restaurant and guests will appreciate the conference facilities and wireless Internet access. They can also take advantage of the room and laundry services and parking is available for an additional fee.
The rooms are in exceptional condition. They are decorated in classical style in keeping with the rest of this historic property, but enjoy up to date facilities as the building was only restored to its present state quite recently. Most of the rooms are medium sized, though some are large. Those on the top floors can be a little smaller, but the compensation for this is their cosy sloping ceilings, beautiful views out over the surrounding rooftops of old Krakow and the fact that they are quieter.
Guests will enjoy the onsite gym and sauna. Golf enthusiasts will find the nearest course, Ochmanow, just around 19 km away.