I stayed in quality system for 4 nights, the hotel is clean, just a little dated. The rooms are small but you get what you pay for and you're only there to sleep and shower. The only problem was having to get a taxi to the square and back everyday which ranged from 25-50 zloty each time
Located in Bronowice, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of International School of Polish Language and Culture, Main Market …More
What a wonderful experience 7 days in beautiful Krakow!. I have travelled to many countries, but Krakow, is perhaps the most cultural, colourful and interesting country I have visited. I purposefully chose the Q Hotel slightly out of the centre, simply because I wanted to test myself on local travel, i.e. get the no. 173/130 buses from the Hotel - Zloty 3.80. The Hotel was excellent in every department, staff were professional and friendly, food in the restaurant simply scrumptious. Would certainly return. Krakow itself has so much to offer from Palaces, Vistula river, Congress Hall, Wawel Castle, and many, many more places of interest. Krakow itself is inexpensive, much less than the U.K. but the airport (duty free) is three times more than U.K. duty free. Chopin Concerts a real delight, and the four piece orchestra at the Adalbert church (oldest and smallest in Krakow) very moving. Not to be missed. Thanks Expedia for a wonderful holiday.
Traveller from Southport UK
Located in Bronowice, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from International School of Polish Language and Culture and within 3 mi …More
I found the hotel perfectly adequate for my needs, with a convenient shower, sink, and toilet en suite. From 7:00 to 9:00 each morning, a buffet breakfast is available with fresh coffee, tea, an egg or two well prepared with parsley and bits of ham sprinkled over, plus a variety of cold cuts, cheeses, salad, breads, excellent jams, or freshly cooked sausages, all supplied with subtly chosen morning music. Why would I need more?
Traveller from Toronto
Located in Bronowice, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from International School of Polish Language and Culture and within 3 mi (5 …More
Bronowice was a magnet for the late 19th and early 20th century “New Poland” movement, with its rustic wooden houses and strong traditions inspiring a generation of artists. The charming Rydlowka Museum records this creative time in Polish history. As Krakow expanded, Bronowice became a city suburb, and is four kilometres north-west of the historic centre, which is reached by regular trams.