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Bonerowski Palace

5.0 out of 5.0

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A very plush and elegant hotel. Very rich and sumptuous decor and furnishings. We stayed in room 305 which was superb with silk drapes which were like a ball gown! The breakfast was excellent with lots of choice and a chef to make fresh omelettes and eggs. Great coffee from a self serve machine. The staff were very professional and polite and it is in a prime spot visually to look at the main attractions in the square.

We booked 3 nights at the Bonerowski Palace. On arrival at 8.00pm we were greeted by Magda who made us feel at home and very welcome. When we were taken to our room we were in total disbelief at the luxury and spaciousness of the room. We booked what was classed as a double or twin deluxe room. The hotel has a heritage theme. There was a very large sitting room and separate bedroom with bathroom. We were on the third floor. The hotel has a great location on central square with a large number of restaurants. Breakfast was very extensive. All tours that we chose allowed for hotel pickup. Thank you Bonerowski for a splendid and memorable stay. Manny338

My friend Branko Milicevic and I enjoyed several summer days in splendid Krakow, Poland. Our stay at the corner Bonerowski Palace hotel was pleasant and comfortable; everyone was friendly and helpful. Ideally located, just outside is the medieval Main Market Square with its cafes, venders, and the central Renaissance Cloth Hall with its seemingly endless gift and souvenir stalls (warning: the amber items are very expensive). Of special significance are the nearby magnificent Saint Mary's Basilica and, walking distance away past churches and restaurants, the impressive Wawel Cathedral and Royal Castle with their beautiful paintings and huge tombs; be sure to climb to the roof of this dual structure in order to experience a remarkable panoramic view of the city. Krakow is the home of the Jagiellonian University and the Juliusz Slowacki Theater. During your stay, be sure to visit both Czestochowa with its icon of the Black Madonna (Virgin Mary) at the Jasna Gora Monastery and the Henry Sienkiewicz estate/museum, where the Polish Nobel laureate wrote his world-famous epic novel Quo Vadis (1896). We benefited from summer sales and discounts, and even had to purchase an extra suitecase in order to bring everything back to Belgrade with us.

This hotel is ideally located 10 mins walk from main railway station. You can catch the train from platform which is in the airport terminal. Situated on the main square you are near lots of restaurants,cafes,shops,and of course the sights. Our room was in fact two huge room and a bathroom , beautifully decorated and furnished. A kettle,tea and water was provided but you have to use room service for coffee which you have to pay for.There was a fridge and mini bar. The fridge was useful for keeping our food and drinks chilled. The bathroom was large and spotless. The separate shower was the best ever! Breakfast was available but we didn't eat there as we thought it over priced. Reception staff were friendly and efficient. They were very helpful ordering taxis and putting jugs of fresh milk in the fridge. Taxis are very reasonably priced so would recommend using them to visit further afield and save you feet! We visited the museum of flying which was interesting and the Gestapo HQ which was harrowing. We had a lovely stay and would love to return.

The hotel is located in the Main Square which was wonderful. It made our weekend away so easy as we were able to pop back into the hotel at various times throughout the day whilst sightseeing. The hotel was very comfortable and quiet. The breakfast was delicious. The staff were very helpful and friendly.

Myself and my wife stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in August and found everything about the place fantastic !!! The location was right on the old city square, the staff were exceptionally friendly and the rooms were beautiful. The only very minor issue we had was with the A.C. - however when reported to reception we were immediately upgraded to a large suite !!!! We ate at the hotel restaurant the second evening and enjoyed the best steak we have ever tasted !!! So to sum up - this hotel has a 5 star rating for a very good reason and we will be returning very soon.

You can't beat the location! Situated on the main square - it is the perfect spot when staying in Krakow. We stayed here twice; once in August 2016 and now in July 2017. Last year we were upgraded to the most amazing suite on the 3rd floor, overlooking the main square. Just gorgeous!! This year there was a wedding during our stay, so not many rooms were available. We didn't have a view, but the basic room was still very clean and opulent in décor. Everyone from front desk staff, to maid service, to restaurant staff is so kind and helpful. I love the décor; a gorgeous Swarovski crystal chandelier hangs in the entryway. The hotel restaurant - Bonerowska - is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We will definitely stay at the Palace on our next visit. Dziekujemy bardzo za wspanialy pobyt!

Excellent location right on the main square, room very well maintained . Outside temp was 36 degrees c inside the room was lovely and cool air con got a 10/10. Despite being in such a busy location we could not hear any noise from outside. Staff extremely helpful and very polite. We look forward to making another trip to Krakow and staying in the Bonerowski again.

I wasn't going to let out the secret yet but since someone else just did, Suite 201 at the Bonerowski Palace is the best room in the city because it has the only balcony in the hotel overlooking Main Market Square which is where everything happens. I knew nothing about Krakow but once I called the concierge at the Bonerowski everyone, including the manager, was incredibly helpful with emails helping to plan our three-day visit. They arranged for us to be met at the airport, had a lovely birthday dinner our first night, got us a private guide and melex for our first morning for an overview of the city. They also recommended the tour of the salt mine on our second day and the Chopin concert was marvelous. When we tried a dinner at the Copernicus Restaurant and left upon seeing the menu, we went instead to Miod Malina Restaurant, recommended by the staff at the Bonerowski and had a delicious dinner in lovely surroundings. The Bonerowski Palace has a great history, is old, and quirky but the location is perfect, the staff wonderful and with a little patience and the luck to get Suite 201 it gets a great rating from me. Laura

This strategically located hotel, on the largest market square in Europe, is a wonderfully preserved boutique facility. The room we stayed in has a baby grand piano and three frescoes on the walls. It looks right out on the square. The staff was very helpful in directing us to a Chopin recital on the first evening. The breakfast buffet was extensive.

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87% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 486 reviews