This hotel is situated in the city centre, close to the most important institutions, cultural and entertainment centres. It is in an ideal location for business, or for getting to know the city, as well as the varied and attractive cafÃ©-bar life. The closeness of the former Jewish district Kazimierz and the Old Town enables one to plan interesting trips and have a wonderful time 'face to face' with history. There are public transportation links just 50 m from the hotel, and the train station is about 1 km away.
Located in the centre of town, Krakow's spectacular market square is a gentle 5 minute stroll from this quaint boutique hotel.
Rooms are 12m sq in size, Fully air-conditioned and offer bathrobes and free toiletries. Room facilities include: Safety Deposit Box, Air Conditioning, Desk, Heating, Shower, Hairdryer, Bathrobe, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Telephone, Satellite Channels, Flat-screen TV, Minibar, Wake-up service, Upper floors accessible by lift. Free WiFi is available in all rooms.
The hotels restaurant is located on the ground floor where it caters a morning breakfast buffet. During the day and evening, it offers a range of Polish & European cuisine.
This is a historic building.
This accommodation has a small lobby.
Ostoya Palace is nicely located between the Old Town of Krakow and Blonia Park where locals go for a relaxing casual stroll. The hotel is boutique in size and offers guests a more traditional and hisorical feel whilst staying in Krakow.
10 kms to the nearest airport (john paul ii international airport), 2 km to the nearest station (dworzec), 5 minute walk to the nearest bus stop, Close to the trade fair ground (rynek).
Small sized lobby, Earliest check-in at 14:00, 1 lift, Porterage 24 hour, Room service 24 hour, 3 floors, Car parking (Payable to hotel, if applicable), Sauna, Disabled facilities.
Internet via television, Air conditioning, Television, Mini bar, Hairdryer, Voltage 220v.
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Krakow in Poland is a gem of a medieval city dating back to the 7th century. It's in the south on the Vistula River. The 4-star Ostoya Palace Hotel is fit for a King and sits at the hub of this once Royal city. You'll love the exterior and just wait 'til you see inside. Expect elegance discreetly blended with mod-cons and subtle personal attention to ensure you enjoy Krakow. We loved it. This is a city break to remember.
Start in the city centre and work outwards, from the Old Town, Kazimierz Jewish District and Wawel Castle; needless to say, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Major attractions can be covered on foot: try the Royal Way or the Planty Park walks.
Food, Drink and Entertainment
There's a great breakfast served daily and after a hectic day, you can enjoy a full evening menu; try the yummy traditional dishes of Poland.
The lively bar-lounge has so much going on: performing arts, musical acts and screened sports. It's a handy alternative to hitting the town.
Culture-vultures will love the rich history and architecture; and numerous gardens, parks and forest for the country-lovers. Explore the medieval Old Town and the Jewish Quarter; the bustling market square; palaces and churches; and museums and art galleries. And of course, a trip to Auschwitz challenges every emotion.
Relax in air-conditioned comfort. There’s a smart bathroom with shower, hair dryer, robes and beauty kit. Mod-cons of free WiFi, SAT-TV, music, mini fridge and safe box make it easy to unwind.
Krakow Airport in Belice is about 12km from the city.
The central railway station is just outside the Old Town.
Please collect your keys from reception.