Hotels in Krakow


Guide: Hotels in Krakow

Brief guide of hotels in Krakow proposed by SOS Travel. An overview that goes beyond the usual descriptions and wants to communicate moods and feelings tobest advise the traveler.

When you buy our trip to Krakow you will stay in one of these hotels, according to availability and the type of offer. If you decided which hotel you wish to stay at, contact us and ask for availability.


3 * hotel located in the homonymous square opposite the Planty, the park covers in a circle around the old city, near major tourist attractions. Our tours depart from Piazza Matejka it is guided tour of Krakow, the concentration camp of Auschwitz and the Wieliczka salt mine.

The hotel offers well-kept, middle-sized, beds and renewed furniture. It is bright with modern style, the staff is young and helpful. The Matejko is a perfect hotel to stay in Krakow, for young people and families.


3 * hotel overlooking the Planty, in the center of Krakow. It is a special style hotel, in a beautifully restored historic building. The rooms and interior spaces are decorated in Liberty style, the atmosphere is one of the early twentieth century, really friendly. It is a perfect hotel for those who arrive in Krakow with the aim of a historical and cultural visit.

Rooms, service and quality are a good as 3 star hotel. The restaurant deserves a special mention, is really excellent and often used for events and gala dinners, with staff dressed up in traditional customs, local and international cuisine. An area of the restaurant is dedicated to families, with baby parking attached: while parents are at dinner, the children can enjoy playing on the reserved area for them.


The hotel Europejski with a huge writing that dominates the front side carries the visitor back to the splendor of the Belle Époque. The hotel is located inside a historic building in the center of Krakow and it is decorated in a nineteenth century. It is decked throughout the year and expresses luxury and wealth, is a warm and welcoming hotel.

The restaurant is equally particular, in a shimmer of lights and colors, with a rich menu of dishes Polish national and international. A place where you can taste typical products, well known in Krakow and that was also frequented by those not staying at the hotel. In summer it is nice to stop and enjoy a drink in the internal courtyard, very well cared for.


The Maksymilian hotel is a newly built hotel, housed in building of XIX recently restored, centrally located. The rooms and common areas of the hotel are decorated in classical style, many photographs on the walls that tell the story of Krakow and the palace.

Large rooms, simple but cured in detail, expressing freshness and cleanliness. The hotel is characterized by warm colors which makes it very welcoming the short corridors to move from one space to another. The restaurant is made in the basement of the building, carefully restored with stone on sight. During the spring and summer you can stay inside the hallway of the building, have a drink and spend pleasant moments with friends.


A classic 3 * hotel, a bit dated but still fascinating. is the hotel that most of the other retains the style of communist Poland, both in external architecture and in the interior.
At hotel Wyspianski we offer you Classic rooms, a higher category than the Standard, all renovated and very spacious, most with a beautiful view over the center of Krakow.
The beds and furniture are classic, comparable to a good 3 *. The Wyspianski hotel is comfortable, the staff is very friendly and helpful.

If you are looking for a higher standard hotel, we offer you 5* hotel Holiday Inn Krakow City Centre for a very good rates.


Hotel Holiday Inn is located 5 minutes’ walk from Cracow’s Main Market Square, this 5-star Holiday Inn hotel offers spacious rooms with tea/coffee facilities and free internet. The gym is free for hotel guests. Guests of the Holiay Inn Krakow City Centre can enjoy a varied buffet breakfast every morning. The Holiday Inn Krakow City Centre is situated just 10 minutes’ walk from the Kazimierz Jewish District. The Kraków Główny Railway Station is only one tram stop away.