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Atrium or Wyspianski Hotel

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Atrium or Wyspianski Hotel

Hi we will be in Krakow late Mar early April. We have been offered The Atrium Or Wyspianski Hotel. Can Anyone advise me on which is better?? I have stayed at the Wyspianski and like it but don't mind trying somewhere different.. Also any info on the Holiday Inn. Is it very central?

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As you know wyspianski is a popular hotel for big school groups, which sometimes can be a bit noisy. Atrium is smaller, by a quiet street, next to a big vegetable market - Kleparz. The standard is a bit higher than wyspianski. Nice area. about 5 min from planty park - so similar location.

Holiday - also central. Next to the main post office. You will get ice machines in the corridors :)

Good Luck with your planning

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We stayed at the Atrium between Christmas and New Year. We were really pleased. It is about a 5-10 min walk to the main square with lots of restaurants and bars on the way. The receptionists were great, very helpful etc. The breakfast was good. The rooms were basic but comfortable and clean with a reasonable sized bathroom. We had a LCD TV with Sat TV (a couple of english speaking channels). We would definitely stay here again.

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