We stayed there with my boyfriend for 2 nights, before visiting my family in other part of the country. I really wanted to show him the best of Poland and I thought Krakow will be the most appropriate. Quality Hotel reminds me of a Travel Lodge in the UK - it was clean, cheap, with a good service and that is what you really expect for such a price. We were spending every day in the city, coming back very late, therefore we couldn't be bothered to book an expensive hotel at this time.
The main disadvantage was the location- around 3 miles from the centre, luckily the bus stop was just a walking distance from the hotel and for me as a polish native speaker it wasn't a problem at all, however I witnessed an English couple trying to explain to the bus driver where they want to go and they weren't able to communicate. Therefore If you do not know the language at all I would recommend a hotel closer to the centre or a taxi £10. On the other hand the area is also not the safest. Good tip- when using city buses, tickets you have to always purchase in the ticket machine before getting on the bus, and what is very important you have to staple it when you are inside, otherwise ticket is invalid and you can get penalty.More