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All reviewstrain stationold towncharming hotelcold meatsshopping centretraditional polishminute walksitting areaexcellent locationstayed at this hotel for nightstriple roomthe main squarescrambled eggsloved this hotelcentral locationtea and coffeestaff were very helpful
It’s like stepping back in time! The hotel is dated with its furniture and decor but provides all you need for a city break. Tea/coffee facilities, fridge, bottled water and sweets as well as clean towels daily, a good variety of breakfast options (although don’t...More
This hotel takes you back to the 1940s (not that I was around in the 1940s). It’s a 3 star hotel - so don’t expect 5 star amenities - the staff were all really lovely and friendly - the barman Robert was really friendly and...More
You would think they would welcome a group of people, we were 42, but they showed no interest, no welcome, not even a smile. The food was ordinary, dry chicken, and there was not enough people at work, with the result that some had finished...More
We visited Krakow for the first time a week ago and stayed at the Europejski Hotel. The hotel was built in 1884 and has been operated as a hotel, even through WWII ever since. The hotel is quaint and a little eclectic. The rooms have...More
We weren't very impressed by this hotel initially- looked dreary, full of furniture and plants. Were even less impressed when we saw our room- a suite, overlooking the roof of the courtyard, with a very worn out leather settee crammed into the lounge area, a...More