Hotel WyspiańskiJust 500 metres from the Old Town Market Square
This seemingly unpronounceable name is that of Poland's best-loved artist, Stanislaw Wyspianski. The great man once lived in a house on this spot, and later in life, he often drew the Planty Gardens, the ring of parkland that encircles the Old Town.
Hotel Wyspianski stands on the rim of these delightful gardens, which means that guests are perfectly placed to enjoy the wonders of the Old Town. Access to the railway station is swift, and a nearby tram stop can whisk you to outlying districts.
Although not based in a historic building, Hotel Wyspianski compensates with modern amenities and an outstanding location. The entire hotel was renovated in 2003, and it has proved a popular destination with travellers ever since.
The hotel has 231 rooms, which come in a variety of levels of luxury, spread across four floors. Two rooms have been specially designed for disabled travellers. (If you are travelling out of season, you will find that the twin bedrooms are amongst the best bargains in town). Several conference halls are on hand, and the large number of guest rooms make Hotel Wyspianski a feasible option for large groups of up to 250 people.
The hotel's staff will make sure that your stay in Krakow is a memorable experience, offering tips on all the top attractions in the city, and making sure that Krakow is the kind of place that you will want to return to again and again.