Ratings based on 133 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from England
Lovely hotelPosted Oct 6, 2014
Pros: Lovely location, clean and comfortable
Cons: Having milk in the bedroom for the tea making facility
Location: Lovely location, fabulous restaurants in the area, close to the river
Clean and comfortable hotel in the Jewish Area of Krakow. Lovely breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very Noisy Stay!Posted Aug 27, 2014
A nice hotel for a short stay in Krakow. However, on our second night a large party of around 30 teenagers arrived at midnight and the noise was horrendous. When speaking to reception the following day there was no manager on duty as it was a public holiday! We were reassured the noise would be controlled the following night but it was still noisy on the corridor outside our room. I had to ask them to keep the noise down myself!
for Everyoneby Ivan from H
Beautiful hotel in a beautiful cityPosted Jun 29, 2014
Would highly recommend this hotel to anyone . Nothing to fault about it , if I ever visit Krakow again , I shall be booking in here .
for Everyoneby Paul & Jenny from Northern Ireland
Great location, very comfortablePosted Jan 28, 2014
Pros: The bed was super comfortable. The location is excellent. It was very good value for money. The hotel has a nice 'feel'.
Cons: Nothing really. Very satisfied.
Location: Excellent location - lots to do in the city and beyond including trips (we used the hotel to organise trip to Auschwitz). Lovely restaurant opposite.
We really enjoyed our 3-night stay at this cosy and atmospheric hotel in the heart of Kazimierz. The staff were helpful and courteous and the breakfasts were good - buffet style. Our room was spacious, clean, quiet, warm (while the weather was very cold and snowy outside) and had a nice view out over the Square below. It is pretty, characterful and intimate - an antidote to soulless corporate chain hotels. The decor is quite dark and traditional (lots of wood) but of good quality and recent. The facilities in the room were all of a high standard.
for Everyoneby Shelly from Merseyside
Nice hotel, comfortable roomPosted Dec 9, 2013
Room hadn't been cleaned when we arrived but that was quickly rectified. Room was great apart from the frame of the bed. I have bruised and battered shins and knees! Mini bar fridge wasn't much use - very noisy and not very cold! Breakfast was fine. Hotel a 5 min walk to the local square of Kazimerez. Plenty of restaurants and quirky bars. 15-20 min walk to Krakow centre. Loads going on there. Loved Krakow! Auschwitz is a very haunting, sobering place but a must!
for Business Travelersby London-based Translator
Posted Dec 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
I chose it for the location, wanted to be in Kazimierz, because I love its atmosphere. Easy walking distance from the centre of Krakow (Rynek Glowny) and from the main railway station. Would definitely stay again at the Esther
for Familiesby Steph from Australia
Big room, close to transportPosted Dec 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Nice boutique hotel with good service. Located in the Jewish Quarter. Close to transport so very easy to get to tourist spots. Would recommend.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Nice, small hotel. They offer what they state in their description. My room was nice and facing the main square, on the third floor. I liked it. However, although it was advertized as non-smoking, one could smell the smoke coming from the hallway. They seem to be unable to control this and they have smoking and non-smoking rooms on the same floor, which is strange! Service is not exemplary, but it is OK. They promise you one thing and when you come to claim it they say they do not have it - but this is something that one quickly gets used to in Poland, not only in Krakow but in Warsaw, too. I would probably come back although the neighborhood is somewhat stifling - it has a wonderful historical past, but it looks aged and somehow subdued. However, one can learn there about the Jewish culture that in existed in Krakow before WWII.
Recommendedby Carol & Roy from USA
Good locationPosted Oct 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very good staff.
for Familiesby Barbara from Auckland
Great stay in KrakowPosted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel is situated at the end of the street in the Jewish quarter. It's a great location that suited our stay very well. The room was clean and beds very comfortable. It's only a 10 minute walk from the main town square. We would use this hotel again if back in Krakow.