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Hotel Astoria, Krakow

Address ul. Józefa 24 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

Hotel Astoria, a 33-room hotel in the heart of Krakow's Kazimierz 'hood, is a fairly unremarkable midrange hotel with better than adequate rooms.

8.3 Guest Rating

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Hotel Eden, Krakow

Address ul. Ciemna 15 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

Hotel Eden is a medium-sized, 27-room hotel in Kazimierz dedicated to serving a highly observant Jewish clientele. Located in the heart of Krakow's old Jewish neighborhood on a cramped cobblestone street, Hotel Eden occupies a restored row of 15th-century buildings.

8.0 Guest Rating

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PTTK Wyspianski, Krakow

Address Westerplatte 15 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Business hotels like PTTK Wyspianski may be a bit antiseptic for those chasing charm or authenticity. For the rest of us, sparklingly clean rooms, a bar on the ground floor, and proximity to Krakow's Main Square do the trick.

8.0 Guest Rating

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Karmel Hotel, Krakow

Address Kupa 15 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

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.

9.2 Guest Rating

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Hotel Jan, Krakow

Address Grodzka 11 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Hotel Jan is most notable for its location, smack dab in the center of the Old City. Rooms dispense with the need for stylistic intervention in favor of good, solid basic furniture.

7.6 Guest Rating

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Hotel Kazimierz, Krakow

Address Miodowa 16 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

Kazimierz's 35 rooms are basically run-of-the-mill, with a number of dainty touches that veer into fussy aunt territory, such as lacy curtains and a pink-orange color palette.

8.2 Guest Rating

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Hotel Pollera, Krakow

Address ul. Szpitalna 30 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Pollera's exquisite reception area is an art nouveau masterpiece. Rooms, as is so often the case, do not live up to the grandeur of the reception area, but they have their antique charms.

8.0 Guest Rating

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Hotel Fortuna, Krakow

Address Ul. Czapskich 5 (West of Stare Miasto)

The Hotel Fortuna is a fine tourist-class hotel in a charming Central European idiom. Located in a sleepy corner of Krakow west of Stare Miasto, it's a good place for older visitors.

7.8 Guest Rating

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Hotel Fortuna Bis, Krakow

Address ul. Pilsudskiego 25 (West of Stare Miasto)

The 23-room Fortuna Bis is a good, even pretty, tourist-class hotel option. Room verdict: midrange standard achieved; design points withheld.

8.1 Guest Rating

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$89

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RT Regent, Krakow

Address 19 Bożego Ciała Street (Kazimierz & Stradom)

The RT Regent, one of four RT hotels in the city (three of which are located in central Krakow), is a 39-room property situated on a quaint, crowded Kazimierz street.

8.3 Guest Rating

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Hotel Wit Stwosz, Krakow

Address ul. Mikolajska 28 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Wit Stwosz's 17 rooms are a bit more expensive than those in the average Krakow hotel, but the set-up is welcoming and deeply charming.

8.7 Guest Rating

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Best Western Krakow Old Town, Krakow

Address ul. sw Gertrudy 6 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Of the four RT hotels in Krakow (three of which we review on EuroCheapo), RT Monopol is our favorite of the bunch. Located on busy ul. Św. Gertrudy near Market Square, the RT Monopol has 75 plain but comfortable rooms.

7.3 Guest Rating

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Hotel Pod Wawelem, Krakow

Address pl. Na Groblach 22 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

From the flat roof to the windows that appear to simply wrap around the building, the 48-room Pod Wawelem extends an enticing invitation to the modernism junkie in a city better known for its medieval and baroque heritage.

8.5 Guest Rating

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Hotel Wielopole, Krakow

Address Wielopole 3 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

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.

8.9 Guest Rating

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Hotel Classic, Krakow

Address Św. Tomasza 32 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Hotel Classic is a self-consciously midrange hotel with some lovely amenities and a pleasant location just inside the Stare Miasto greenbelt, but it isn't a bargain by Krakow standards.

8.3 Guest Rating

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Hotel Amber, Krakow

Address Garbarska 10 (West of Stare Miasto)

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.

9.0 Guest Rating

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Hotel Wawel, Krakow

Address ul. Poselska 22 (Stare Miasto & Wawel)

Sitting on the edge of splurge-worthy EuroCheapo territory, Hotel Wawel is a cut above most Krakow accommodations: Amenities, location, and ambiance all put it ahead of the pack.

9.1 Guest Rating

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Hotel Ester, Krakow

Address Szeroka 20 (Kazimierz & Stradom)

From the splashed-out, swanky lobby to the finest private hotel bathrooms that we saw in Krakow, Ester is an ideal spot for those seeking some style on their weekend break.

8.6 Guest Rating

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