Accommodation In Krakow
Krakow's medieval history
A glittering jewel in Poland’s crown, Krakow is a vibrant capital bursting with Gothic architecture and countless castles and churches. Its medieval past spans centuries and down every cobblestoned lane, you’re certain to stumble upon a little piece of history.
Experience the grandeur of yesteryear with a stay in one of the city’s oldest hotels. Hotl Pod Roza dates back to the 16th Century and its Neoclassical motifs marry perfectly with unique rooms and suites. Alternatively, the grand 19th Century Ostoya Palace Hotel is the very definition of elegance with its beautifully restored interiors and gourmet restaurant.
A special getaway with that special someone
As romantic cities go, Krakow is not usually the first destination that springs to mind; but with its charming Old Town, views of Wawel Castle from the waterfront and clip-clop of horse-drawn carriages on the cobblestoned Main Market Square, the city is up there with the likes of Paris and Rome.
Live it up in the lap of luxury with your beloved in one of Krakow’s most romantic hotels. Hotel Wentzl is perfectly located on the Main Market Square and you can enjoy mesmerising views of Old Town from your ultra-plush, comfy bed. Copernicus is another romantic option with beautiful interiors, a Michelin recommended restaurant and a swimming pool housed in the vaulted cellar.
Budget-friendly options in Old Town
You don’t have to spend your entire holiday budget on a lavish guest room; Poland’s capital is also well-equipped for budget-savvy travellers. Cheap hostels and affordable guesthouses can be found dotted all over the treasured Old Town.
You can enjoy the spoils of a Main Market Square location without the hefty price tag at the quirky Hostel Rynek. City views feature from most dorms and private suites, and you can mingle with fellow travellers over afternoon vodka tastings. For those seeking a little more privacy, Hotel Logos is a great mid-range option, tucked away in a quiet pocked of Old Town.