Hotel Regent3.0 out of 5.0
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Six ahem "Mature" gents on second visit to Kracow Hotel in good location, clean, breakfast included in price of what worked out at £40 per night Very good value for money Clean and comfy with pleasant staff One of group had no plug adapter and staff gave us one for use during stay at no charge Couple of good bars in same street. Quiet location Will visit and stay here again
Stayed for 3 nights. Room warm, clean & comfy. Central to all you would need. Main square about 20 mins stroll away. Free wifi & safe deposit boxes, even had somewhere safe to leave luggage on last day as we weren't getting picked up til evening. Lovely helpful staff. Definitely worth a stay.
Stayed here with 2 friends in October 2017, Very Clean Hotel, we had a triple room, beds were so comfy, hotel was spotlessly clean, complimentary breakfast was good, maid service each day, lovely staff, great location, friendly staff who had good English. We had a great time and would definitely stay here again.
Stayed for 3 nights fora city break. The room was clean, bed comfy and nice bathroom with good shower and hairdryer. The staff were very efficient and helpful, all spoke English. Breakfast was varied and plentiful and included in the price, which was very reasonable. The hotel is situated in the Jewish quarter, with loads of cafes , bars and restaurants nearby.
Stayed here for two nights. The room was spacious basic and functional. Breakfast was included in the cost and was once again basic but sufficiently varied to cover rudimentary options. The limited range of cooked food poorly supplied and the waitress was certainly efficient but never smiled. The night shift receptionist Anna was superb - extremely helpful and efficient. The establishment is just off the beaten track but there were a large range of eateries within metres of the front door. I would stay here again as a base for exploring the city and surrounding areas.
We stay the in September and the staff was friendly and helpful, the hotel is in walking distance of the old town, about 10 - 15 mins walk up past the castle, or we did the sight seeing golf buggy and got dropped off in the old square, the golf buggy cost us £100, but we was cold and did not shop around... The hotel, room are large and clean and serviced every day. Breakfast is a buffet style and me being a fussy vegetarian, there was plenty for me to eat, and try. Hotel is in the heart of the Jew quarter. Have a look in the church near by, Plenty of nice restaurants near by starka next door, but need to book My favourite was the pea and carrot
This hotel is a bit olde worlde but very nice and clean. We only had bed and breakfast basis which was what we wanted as we were out sightseeing all day and visited different eating establishments. Kraków itself is an amazing place to visit. There are plenty things to see and experience. The salt mines are amazing too. Schindler's factory is misleading as we thought it was his factory but it was actually bombed at the end of the war and isn't exactly on the same spot and it goes through the details of the German occupation so it really isn't the factory at all. Although the gates are the actual ones used in the film. The Prison camps are humbling to say the least. I would have no hesitation in staying here again
We have just returned from Krackow and generally had a good time,as this is a review about the hotel primarily I will start there. The hotel is well located and in the Jewish quarter so good for getting out and sight seeing. If your on foot be prepared to walk a few miles, should be fine for those of us of average fitness. The hotel itself had good and bad points, the rooms were very clean, if a little old fashioned. They were quite spacious and were a little bit of a throwback to UK hotels before the advent of Travel Lodge and Premier inn, in general quirky but acceptable. The rooms were made up immaculately every day and a pleasure to come back to. My partner and I were not so impressed with the other facilities. Although advertised with a bar we found this to be non existent. In fact on the subject of catering it seemed the restaurant was only open for breakfast, which was quite traditional, so be prepared to eat differently. The reception staff we found functional, and that is all I have to say on that. For as much as the hotel is conveniently placed, it is opposite a very loud music bar which could still be heard at 4 and 5 in the morning, ok if your in it I guess. Overall this hotel was not too bad, but if I went again I would look for something more for the money we paid, and there are several others to choose from.
My husband and I spent 5 days in krakow in September at the Regent hotel. This is a small hotel but our room , bathroom and entrance hall were spacious and scrupulously clean. The hotel is on the edge of the Jewish quarter and a fifteen minute walk to the main square and a fifteen minute walk to the ghetto quarter and oscar Schindler museum, so is in an excellent situation. There are also 2 very good restaurants within spitting distance of the hotel and some lovely wee shops selling a variety of wares. Hotel staff exceptionally friendly and helpful and spoke excellent English. Breakfast was continental but there was a good variety of cheese, meats, fruit, yogurt , bread etc. Be warned the toaster is very very slow!! My only complaint!! There was no air conditioning but a fan was provided and was very useful. Tea and coffee facilities could be ordered for 15 polish currency which we ordered as this was less than four pounds.
The location of the hotel was very good, it was in the jewish quarter with easy walking distance to the old town and main square (15 mins) The hotel staff was very polite, efficient and welcoming. The hotel was old charm but everything you required with a good breakfast
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