The Kossak Hotel **** is the place overlooking Wawel Castle, the meandering Vistula as well as the riverfront buildings of the Old Town and, weather permitting, the contours of the Tatra mountains. The hotel offers accommodation for 120 guests in 60 rooms and provides conference facilities up to 160 participants. The Percheron Restaurant is a venue for various receptions for 110 guests (and another 80 can be accommodated in the Orangery). Combined with our expertise and experience, our hotel and restaurant facilities ensure an unforgettable sojourn in the fascinating city of Kraków.
- 6 DOUBLE ROOMS (one 160/200 bed), 49 TWIN ROOMS, (two 100/200 beds), 4 rooms have additional sofa beds
- Standard equipment of SUITES (27 m2), including 3 CLASSIC SUITES and 2 BUSINESS SUITES (one 160/200 bed)
- 2 BUSINESS SUITES (first and second floors)
CLASSIC SUITES (third, fourth and fifth floors) and an adjacent TWIN ROOM can be combined into a FAMILY STUDIO.
Bathrooms (approx 5 m2) are equipped with a tab. hair dryer, telephone, sound system and heated bathroom mirror.
Services: Breakfast included.
Internet: Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.
Parking: Public parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible) and charges are applicable.
Children and extra beds: All children under 4 years stay free of charge when using existing beds. Up to two children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots. Up to two older children or adults are charged PLN 197 per night per person for extra beds. Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 2. Any type of extra bed or baby cot is upon request and needs to be confirmed by the hotel. Supplements will not be calculated automatically in the total costs and have to be paid separately in the hotel.
Pets: are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
Plac Kossaka (Kossaka Square) lies but a few steps from major tourist showpieces of Kraków. A few steps away is Wawel Hill with its imposing castle and towering spire of the cathedral. The Vistula Boulevard and the Dragon’s Cave are at the foot of the hill. Going along ul. Zwierzyniecka or taking the tram, you reach the Kraków Philharmonic Hall. Follow ul. Franciszkańska to get to the famous Papal Window of the Bishop’s Palace and further down the Planty you come to the Market Square (Rynek) with its Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), St. Mary’s Church (Kościół Mariacki), and the Town Hall Tower (Wieża Ratuszowa). The historic buildings of the Jagiellonian University are a few yards away. A three minute walk will take you to the fine art exhibition in the Czartoryski Museum featuring Leonardo da Vinci’s Lady with the Ermine and Rembrandt’s Landscape with the Good Samaritan.
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