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Kraków

Hotel
Royal

Hotel <br>Royal
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Royal Hotel is an ideal place for tourists traveling on business or leisure. Its privileged location in the city centre, at the foot of Wawel Royal Castle, as well as close proximity to the Main Market Square and the Kazimierz district encourage tourists and business travellers to explore the city. Using the well-organised public transport network of the city, you can get to any place you wish.
Our Cracow hotel offers 99 spacious and comfortable rooms with wireless Internet access and satellite TV. Depending on your needs, you can use economy, standard and lux class rooms.
Our staff will be happy to help you discover the most famous sites and tourist attractions in Cracow and the surrounding areas, such as Wieliczka, Oświęcim, Bochnia or Zakopane. The Royal Hotel is highly appreciated by tourists looking for accommodation in the city centre.
The hotel has a car park designed for 20 passenger cars.

 

The hotel is pet-friendly!

Hotel <br>Royal

telefon: 12 421 35 00

email: royal@hotelewam.pl

Świetna lokalizacja, niepowtarzalny klimat, komfort ( duży stylowy pokój). Jakość hotelu adekwatna do ceny.
Dorota K.

Room facilities

  • TV SAT
  • radio
  • free Wi-Fi
  • telephone
  • hairdryer
  • daily newspappers
  • iron

The layout of rooms

  • 34 single rooms
  • 31 double rooms
  • 10 triple rooms
  • 11 quadruple rooms
  • 10 studio rooms
  • 3 apartments
  • Total number of rooms: 99
  • Total number of beds: 196

Hotel Restaurant

The restaurant located in our hotel at Wawel Castle has a unique and original design. It is a perfect place for both a business meeting and a family dinner. Dishes of the Halizian cuisine will delight even the most demanding customers.
Hotel guests can take advantage of buffet-style breakfasts. We also invite you to get acquainted with the offer of the premises newly established in the heart of Krakow – Royal Art Cafe. In order to meet the ever increasing expectations of our guests, we offer spacious and well-equipped interiors in one of Cracovian hotels, as well as the highest quality of service. Everyone will find something for themselves here. Gentlemen – the largest selection of whiskey in Cracow. Ladies – colourful and delicious drinks. Royal Art Cafe is a perfect place for conferences, business meetings, corporate events, and family parties.

Conference rooms

The comprehensive range of conference services at the Royal Hotel favours organisation of all kinds of business meetings and events, which makes it stand out from other hotels in Cracow. We offer four conference rooms ranging in size from 30 m2 to 105 m2, including a room with a view over Wawel Castle. The conference rooms are equipped with the necessary audio-visual devices and free wireless access to the Internet. The hotel restaurant enjoys great popularity among our Guests, and is able to cater for any conference as regards coffee and lunch breaks.

Contact

Hotel Royal, Cracow

How to get to us?

GPS
N - 50.054535
E - 19.939465
Airport

from the airport
get on a train from “Cracow Balice” to “Cracow Dworzec Główny”
http://www.krakowairport.pl/pl/3/176/35/pl;
get on a Route 292 bus, and get off at “Dworzec Główny Wschód” bus stop

 

Railway
station

from the railway/bus station

get on a Route 10 tram, and get off at “Wawel” stop

Tourist attractions

  • Sukiennice (the Cloth Hall)
  • St. Mary’s Basilica
  • St. Florian’s Gate
  • Wawel Royal Castle
  • Collegium Maius of the Jagiellonian University
  • Tempel Synagogue
Ciekawostki

Highlights

  • The first written record on Cracow dates back to the year 965. In a report dedicated to Slavic countries, the chronicler Abraham ben Jacob mentions a picturesque castle located between forests.
  • The Main Market Square in Cracow is one of the largest markets in Europe. The 4-hectare square provides access to the City Hall Tower, St. Mary’s Basilica, Church of St. Wojciech, and Sukiennice (the Cloth Hall) – all within easy reach, while the basements, located under the market, offer a fascinating look into the history of the old Cracow.
  • On the first Sunday after Corpus Christi, on the streets of Cracow, you can meet Lajkonik – a rider with a wooden horse who hits encountered people with a mace, bringing happiness and health for the coming year.
  • Cracow’s Kazimierz was founded in the 14th century by King Casimir III the Great as a city located on the outskirts of Cracow. Currently, it is considered to be one of the most important cultural places in Cracow after the Main Square Market. It is there where the Jewish Culture Festival takes place each year. At the event, you can learn the basics of Yiddish, listen to music, taste Jewish cuisine, or see Hasidic dances.
  • In Cracow, there are four mounds. Among them, the youngest and largest is Piłsudski Mound erected to commemorate the Polish struggle for independence. Its height is 35 meters, and the diameter of the base – 111.
  • When visiting Cracow, it is worth to see Wieliczka with its unique salt mine. Walking through the chambers, you can learn the ins and outs of the mining profession and see St. Kinga’s Chapel.
    In the vicinity of Cracow, there are several castles worth visiting, including the ruins of a fortified castle in Ojców and the castle in Pieskowa Skała.
  • In summer, there is a water tram cruise on the Vistula, which takes visitors on a journey to the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec.

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