Andel's Hotel Cracow
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Historical Traveler Reviews Andel's Hotel Cracow Krakow
The hotel is a short 10 minute walk from the Main Square. The hotel is next door to the Krakow Galleria. At the time of our stay, (mid July 2007), this ultra modern hotel had only been open for about 6 weeks. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The rooms were slightly on the small side. All the amenities in the room were first rate (including the flat panel television). There is garage parking available and the front desk staff is quite helpful with arranging tours of the area. There is a very small work out facility on the property along with a sauna. Massages are available, however, the setting for the service is a little odd, by American standards. The massage took place in the lounge in the workout area. During the service the lounge was closed. However, it was a little strange. Everything else was perfect. Over all, this is definitely a hotel worth your consideration. Location, price and the cleanliness of the property cannot be beat.
We stayed here for four nights in total and weren't disappointed. This is a brand new Hotel, which is nicely designed and decorated to a high standard. The staff are both friendly and helpful and overall we found the Hotel to be excellent value for money. It is in a very central location beside the main Station and large Shopping Center and within walking distance of the cities main attractions. I would recommend taking the Train from the Airport to the Hotel, taking about 15 or 20 minutes and costing much less than a Taxi.
Two different Tour Operators pick up from this Hotel, so day trips can be organized through Hotel Reception and average at a cost of €30 per tour.
The Hotel provides a good Breakfast with plenty of variety until 11 o'clock. Most Restaurants in the area are excellent value for money, in particular the 'Ancora Restaurant' on Ul. Dominikanska 3. This Restaurant is set in a beautiful building and has great food and wine.
Este es un hotel nuevo así que no sabíamos que esperar. El hotel es impecable, personal fantástico, muy servicial y entusiasta. A nuestros hijos les encantó el reproductor DVD, disfrutamos del bar fantástico. Ubicación excepcional y muy buena, bufet de desayuno para nosotros y también para los niños. Definitivamente recomiendo este hotel a otros viajeros.
Spanking new pristine hotel
Stayed one night at this hotel in this beautiful vibrant city. (not yet over-run with tourists), It was a little more money than we expected to pay £100 per night for my wife and I, but glad we did as the service was impeccable, very friendly and helpful. We took the hotel taxi to Auschwitz, and travelled in style. Although the hotel is a little on the "arty" side, it is pure luxury for a city hotel, and the rooms were very impressive and extremely comfortable. Would definitely recommend this hotel. In my top 10 hotels of all time...
Un bellissimo hotel completamente nuovo
Abbiamo soggiornato in questo hotel una notte in questa bellissima e vibrante città (non ancora invasa dai turisti). È un po' più costoso di quanto ci aspettavamo: 100 sterline a notte me me e mia moglie, ma il servizio era impeccabile, molto cordiale e disponibile. Abbiamo preso il taxi dell'hotel per Auschwitz, e viaggiato con stile. Anche se l'hotel ha qualche pretesa artistica, è molto lussuoso per essere un hotel di città e le camere erano davvero impressionanti ed estremamente confortevoli. Consiglio vivamente questo hotel. È uno dei miei 10 hotel preferiti...
Excelelnt Hotel, Excellent & Helpful Staff, Excellent Location
Just back from staying in the Andels Hotel in Krakow. Stayed there for a week, and cant wait to return again!
Before we got there the Hotel arranged to collect us from the Airport with their own Taxi Service, emailed the hotel to ask about directions and Artur informed me about taxi service. Collected us at the aipoirt at 630 am!!
When we arrived we were greeted at reception by Dorata and Angieszka who were more than helpful in telling us all about restaurants/locations/shops in Krakow, and their English was excellent. During out stay all the reception staff, Adam, Artur, John,Dominika, Hanna were most helpful and polite, never ever come across so many kind, nice helpful people in a hotel before.
The rooms were excellent, air conditioned, plasma tv,DVD player, lovely bathroom, nice shower/bath, bar, electronic safe, nive view from the window.
Had dinner there only one night and it was fantastic, breakfast in the mornin was even better, you had a massive selection of a breakfast; cereals, yougarts, fruit, ham, salmon etc
Lovely bar, great selection there, reception area is lovely and air conditioned, nice setting.
The locatioin of the Hotel is great, walking distance to train station, 250 shops in a shopping centre next door, walking distance into town.
To sum up, Andels Hotel in Krakow is super place to stay, recmmnend it to anyone, I am already planning a return visit, staff make you feel at home,and location is excellent!
È un hotel nuovissimo quindi non eravamo sicuri di cosa aspettarci. Invece abbiamo trovato l'hotel pulitissimo, il personale fantastico, molto disponibile ed entusiasta! Il nostro bambino ha apprezzato molto il lettore DVD, noi il fantastico bar. Posizione eccezionale e colazione a buffet molto buona sia per gli adulti che per i bambini. Consiglio vivamente questo hotel a tutti.
It is a brand new Hotel so we were not sure what to expect. But the Hotel is spotless, great staff, very helpfull and enthusiastic!. Our kid loved the DVD player, we enjoyed a great bar. Exceptional location and very good breakfast buffet for us as well as for kids. I will definetly recommend this hotel to others.
Brilliant hotel. Great value for money
Stayed 15 - 18 June 2007 - Just 2 weeks after hotel opened. Fabulous staff, so friendly and helpful. On arrival we were advised that we had been upgraded! However initially we were disappointed that the room was a bit small, but everything was there, and we did not spend much time in the room. When we were in the room we were fascinated to watch the people coming and going from the Railway and Bus stations which are opposite the hotel. Don't get a taxi from the Airport, just hop on a bus or train and get off at the central station.
Immaculately presented, everything matched, perhaps the only drawback
to the bedroom was the easy chair had to be moved to sit at the desk,
so a little cramped. The shower-room was spotless, walk in shower/wet
room ideal for disabled. Reception staff helpful advising on where to go and when. Bar staff great, always smiling and advising on the best Vodka!
A good mixture of guests from UK, America, Norway and far East.
Would definitely recommend friends to book at the hotel.
CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT HOTEL.
Unas buenas instalaciones con un personal necesitado de aprendizaje
En primer lugar vaya por delante que este hotel abrio sus puertas el dia 1 de junio 2007 y nosotros nos alojamos en el los dias 8 y 9 de dicho mes.
El hotel esta situado junto a la estacion de trenes donde finaliza el tren que en un trayecto de 15 minutos te trae desde el aeropuerto a Cracovia.
Desde el hotel caminando se tardan unos 10 minutos hasta la Rynek o Plaza Mayor y poca mas de 15 hasta el castillo de Wavel.
Las habitaciones son totalmente de diseño equipadas con tv de plasma,dvd y conexion a internet.
Los baños muy amplio dotados de bañera y tambien cabina de cristal para la ducha.Pero la cabina de cristal al no estar diseñada con un cierre totalmente hermetico permite que el agua salga por las rendijas de la puerta.La temperatura del agua excelente y la presion buena pero sin llegar a excelente.
El baño equipado con toallas de buen tamaño y de 2 albornoces.
El minibar de la habitacion estaba vacio y el dia 10 cuando nos marchabamos del hotel estaban empezando a llenarlos.
Tambien estaba vacio el lugar donde habitualmente se ponen los kleenex y tampoco habia bolsa de basura en el cubo que estaba situado debajo del lavabo.
Todo el hotel olia a nuevo y sorprendentemente en el pasillo de las habitaciones habia unos molestos moscardones negros que afortunadamente no entraban en las habitaciones pero que estaban en los pasillos dia y noche.
El dia de salida y a pesar de tener en la puerta el cartel de no molestar, el personal de la limpieza llamo dos veces seguidas a la puerta por si podian limpiar la habitacion,cosa que no debia realizarse hasta pasadas las 12 del mediodia, hora limite para dejar la habitacion.
El salon del desayuno muy amplio y luminoso pero el personal que lo atendia no te ofrecia cafe o te salvo que tu se lo pidieras expresamente y tampoco revisaban los diferentes productos para reponer aquellos que se iban terminando.
La seleccion de productos para el desayuno era corta para lo que se espera de un hotel de esta categoria,como ejemplo solo habia dos tipos de zumo y no habia huevos duros que suele haberlos con diferentes tiempos de coccion en todos los hoteles.
Al efectuar el check out sorprendentemente el personal de recepcion nos pregunto si habiamos consumido algo del minibar y finalmente intentaron cobrarnos el alojamiento cuando nosotros al llegar habiamos entregado un bono prepagado.Es cierto tambien que este malentendido se soluciono rapidamente y sin mayor problema.
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After a slow start; we are on holidays after all we set out to explore the beautiful old town and Royal Capital City before joining the tour of the Jewish Quarter. Unfortunately the tour didn't provide near as much information on the history and life in the area as we had hoped but more covered movie sets and the current Jewish settlement in the city.
Obviously we had a late lunch of Pirogi from the ...
AM - Still raining this morning so we had a look at the Barbican and city walls which are right next to our hotel. This small section of the remaining city wall & the Barbican were saved in the late 19th century from demolition by an astute Krakow man, well done! The Barbican is a defensive tower that had to be entered before entering the city, smart piece of work. From there we ventured into St. Mary's Basilica which is adjacent the town square, it was built at the end of the ...
... Behind these bunkers are rows and rows of brick chimneys, proof of just how many bunkers were once there. At the end of the railway are the remains of two 'death chambers', which were blown up the day before the liberation by the nazis. Birkenau had 4 death chambers, one of which was blown up by prisoner resistance. We walked around the gas chamber and crematorium remains, and looked into the rebuilt bathroom barn and also the women's sleeping quarters. You can ...
... but many palaces, church buildings were used for housing and thereby damaged -- several beautiful tapestries were hidden in Canada and only returned in 1996 (there was disagreement about bringing them back in case Poland was once again invaded many Poles thought they were safer in Canada). 134 Kings of Poland were crowned in the Cathedral.
A couple of hours back at the hotel and then off to dinner in a restaurant over 300yrs old - interesting soup - parsely, roast ...
... Mama which is made of cream cheese and nutella. We also went to the Galicia Jewish Museum which had a large photo display of Jewish life before, during, and after the war. Very moving. We had dinner at the Klezmer Hois, where we listened to live klezmer music. Tomorrow we are going to Auschwitz. Anne, the plane flight had the scariest turbulence I think I have ...