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City Hostel is that unusual beast, a hostel put together at an aesthetic level that few hotels manage. The entire hostel is beautiful if austere, like a super glamorous monastery.
One of Krakow's best theme-driven hostels, Goodbye Lenin Hostel takes the aesthetics of pre-1989 Poland as its focus.
Karmel is one of the most gorgeous small hotels in Krakow. Located up a stairway in an impossibly cute corner of Kazimierz, the 10-room Karmel is a Krakow favorite.
Though Hotel Amber is not a steal, it's a good value among Krakow's small crop of stylish boutique hotels. Frankly, we're hard pressed to think of another hotel this finely designed anywhere at this reasonable a nightly rate.
The eight-room Pensjonat Trecius is one of our favorite pensions in all of Krakow. Hidden away in a gorgeous building on Św. Tomasza near the Old Town's Rynek Główny, it's a quiet and special little place.
Wielopole Guest Rooms feature modestly-priced, comfortable digs. Wielopole offers safe and quiet rooms that are especially good for visitors who want a bit of distance from the action and a strikingly hearty breakfast.
The eight apartments in the Kazimierz Apartments family are run by the same management team that organizes Old Town Studios. Expect lush flats with huge bedrooms, roomy kitchens, and equally large common spaces.
Super tiny Guesthouse Wera, perched in a charming corner of Stare Miasto, offers an extremely homey atmosphere, all the more so because Wera's proprietor lives on-site in an adjacent apartment.
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Compared to other European destinations, Krakow is happily quite affordable. The city offers plenty of budget accommodation options, from well-priced two- and three-star hotels to guesthouses and hostels.
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