The Bona Hotel is situated at the Jurassic Landscape Park area close to the highway A-4 (about 1 km from the route leading to Krakow-Podgorze). The highway provides very short acces (5 km) from the International Airport Krakow-Balice. Drivers can easily avoid traffic jams in the city.
We offer 47 rooms (two single, 15 double, 5 triple and a conference room).
Reduced prices for groups and tourist agencies (5-20%).
We accept all kinds of international credit cards!
Each room is equipped with bathroom, radio, telephone, TV SAT.
Single room with shared bathroom – 110 PLN (approx. 25 EUR, 33 USD, 22 GBP)
Single room – 140 PLN (approx. 31 EUR, 42 USD, 28 GBP)
Double room – 190 PLN (approx. 42 EUR, 57 USD, 39 GBP)
Triple (sleeps 3) – 240 PLN (approx. 54 EUR, 72 USD, 49 GBP)
Quad (sleeps 4) – 320 PLN (approx. 72 EUR, 96 USD, 65 GBP)
Breakfast included in the price.
1 EUR/PLN: 4.4711
1 USD/PLN: 3.3429
1 GBP/PLN: 4.9285
We offer our guests:
nice, proffesional service
delicious meals in our restaurant
functional, homelike rooms (1-3 person)
drink bar (open till the last guest)
Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Airport Shuttle, Packed Lunches, Fax/Photocopying.
Free! Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Children and extra beds:
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults are charged PLN 67.20 per night per person for extra beds.
Among the most attractive and famous places is the Benedictive abbey (0 class monument) in Tyniec. The fortified monastery is rising high upon a precious white rock over the Vistula. It's the oldest, nearly 1000-year-old object of this type in Poland. It was founded in the 11th century by Kazimierz the Restover. The fortress raised on the steep hill secured the acces to Krakow. Archeologist have proved that as early as from the 7th to the 5th centuries B.C. the hill was the site of a fortified settlement of the Lusatian culture. The name "Tyniec" comes from old Polish "Tyn", meaning a wall or an enclosure. The restoration work has been carried out for several years now and the monastery is slowly resuming its old splendor. The Benedictines from Tyniec are famous for having translated the Bible appeared due to monks who for many years were studying old christian scripts. Every year there is the organ music festival in Tyniec monastery providing unique athmosphere.