We went to visit Jewish Krakow and this hotel was in the heart of the Jewish historical Quarter.
The staff was very accomodating. Their English was weak but they made up for language skills with a genuine desire to be helpful. The person who was generally at the front desk was always willing to struggle through the language barrier to give us directions to get us where we wanted to go.
We had a room with a bath and were quite satisfied. The room was small by US standards but we had plenty of room to move around.
The hotel shares the building with a restaurant. So, the aromas as we went to our rooms was bit overpowering. However, the aroma was good food being cooked and confined to the hallway. So, I guess I chalk that up to local color.
We were close to trams that got us everywhere we wanted to go. However, I must admit the public transportation in Krakow is a bit daunting to understand.
The breakfast was served to us in a bag and we had to eat it in our room, The room had a table, chairs and utensils. They cleaned the room daily. So, breakfast in the room was tolerable.
The price was well within our budget and we had a pretty tight budget.More