Ratings based on 22 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
OkishPosted Jun 27, 2014
Pros: Great location, good breakfast and large room and OK staff.
Pretty good however plastic mattress cover was a real turn off and the shower head was unstable preventing directed flow. Great location, good breakfast and large room though. Mixed :) :(
by Mike from Somerset
Quaint hotel 15-20 mins walk from Krakow centrePosted Apr 25, 2014
Pros: Quite quaint in historic square in Jewish quarter of old town, convenient for a ramble around the cobbled narrow streets nearby, interesting cafes.
Cons: Homely comforts!
Enjoyable breakfast in basement dining room but hotel is quite sparse. Our bedroom, while quite roomy, was basic and beds skimpy in construction and coverings...definitely not what you will be used to! However rates very reasonable and it did the job for us for a five-night inexpensive visit to an intriguing city.
Recommendedby Trev from NI
Great locationPosted Oct 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
very old hotel disappointing decor
for Business Travelersby Mickey from Walsh
Great locationPosted Aug 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location. Really nice little neighborhood. About a 15-20 minute walk to the center square. No AC and Wi-Fi didn't work in rooms. Other then that it was nice- great value
for Familiesby Bogdan from Moore, USA
Great locationPosted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel is located in the walking distance to all Krakow attractions, yet still away from the tourist traffic and noise. It is surrounded by variety of great restaurants with very cozy gardens amid old buildings - delicious food in a great atmosphere. With a very helpful stuff and unbelievable selection and flavor of the breakfast food, this hotel would be a perfect 5, if only the shower cabin was a little bit bigger.
for Familiesby Mike from Wisconsin
Ideal for exploring all of KrakowPosted Jul 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Best bet for focusing on the Jewish history of Krakow. But within an easy and beautiful walk of all historic areas. Lots of hip and trendy cafes, restaurants, and art galleries. Flea markets not to be missed.
for Everyoneby sue from uk
good location for visiting historical CracowPosted May 7, 2013
This is a basic hotel and doesn't claim to be otherwise. It is adequate or more than adequate in some respects: staff, breakfast room, helpfulness. It is entirely unpretentious. Room rate is economical and the location in the heart of Jewish Cracow couldn't be better.
for Everyoneby Jane from London, UK
decent little hotel in KazimierzPosted Oct 23, 2012
Pros: location in charming square
Cons: shower cubicle doors bit wonky & shower head didn't stay up.. needed to be hand held.
Location: in the corner of a charming little square in Kazimierz , lots of bars & restaurants in the area. easy to walk to main old town square & attractions
We were on a flying visit to Krakow , for the first time. The hotel is small , in a convenient location in the corner of a small square in the Jewish area. The area has charm and there are lots of bars & restaurants in the immediate area. As for the hotel itself, It's "fine" . The front desk was never actually manned when we were there but the staff respond quickly to the bell. We were on the 3rd (top) floor (stairs only) in a compact room with 2 twin beds . It was clean, warm and the beds were comfortable. We were only there to sleep, have a shower and spent most of the time out and about. The hotel was absolutely fine for that. The decent breakfast buffet was typical "do it yourself" continental spread of breads (toaster available) cheese, ham pickles, cereals, juices, tea and coffee. It was replenished promptly. The attractions of the old town, main square and castle are all within easy walking distance.
Recommendedby Chris B.
Revived Community AtmospherePosted Oct 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
We spent three nights in Dom Casimi enjoying the simple cordial atmosphere that encouraged us to not only relate comfortably with the staff but also with other guests staying there. The room was clean and neat. The complementary breakfasts were superb. The location was central. I would want to stay there again. I would want to look into the activities in the proximity of the block where Dom Casimi is located.
for Familiesby Linda and Peter
Close to all must see sightsPosted Oct 11, 2012 on Hotels.com
We booked a standard room, which was rather basic, without any view so we upgraded to next level of room which was much better, the bathroom was more modern and the room was at the front of the hotel, with a good view. The only thing missing from the room was a mirror.