Campanile Krakow

Address: ul. Sw. Tomasza 34, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-027, Poland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near Main Market Square (Rynek Glowny), Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), Florianska Gate, and House of Jan Matejko (Dom Jana Matejki).
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Krakow

          Reviewed by kodeinka

          Basic but clean and efficient

          Reviewed Jul 10, 2013
          by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Campanile proved to be a good value for money. We felt welcome from the moment when we walked in to the hotel reception. No issues, no hassle, big and pleasant room. If I have to point out what I was unhappy with, it must be plastic coffee cups. In my opinion, you either provide a reasonable facility for coffee drinkers, or you don't bother at all. Shower curtain looked very grey and tired too.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Krakow

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Krakow

          We have nothing to complain about.

          A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Oct 08, 2015

          10 photos

          ... the Germans did all they could to demoralise the Poles. No radios were allowed and posters in two languages appeared across Poland indicating what the new rules of occupation would be. Curfews were introduced and the persecution of the Jewish population began. Polish schools and universities were closed and intellectuals and civic leaders were rounded up and imprisoned in concentration camps. In Krakow the main square was renamed 'Adolf Hitler Place'. The official ...

          A Solemn Stopover

          A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jul 01, 2015

          7 photos

          ... the crematorium. It's a mine cart, and was salvaged from one of the ponds where it had been disposed off as part of efforts to cover up the extent of the camps' use. I don't know why exactly, but that cart chilled me to my core. Perhaps its because its another indication of firstly the scale of the crimes, but also of the blatant inhumanity of it all.
          After a very sobering morning we headed back on the train to Krakow and had a restful afternoon. Physically we were both ...

          Day Twenty Six Poland

          A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 23, 2014

          ... chick looked like she wanted to tear them off and shove them down my throat. As we were leaving I told her that her smile is infectious. I am sure that she wanted me infected with any number of incurable ailments, ******* mole. I might go back tomorrow night and really give her the *****. Dinner consisted of a dodgy kebab and it wasn't to bad. We are off to Auschwitz tomorrow and I cannot begin to imagine the horrors that occurred there. Cheers ...

          Krakow, Auschwitz and Birkenau

          A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Feb 17, 2014

          26 photos

          ... It was one of the best so far, great information and artefacts from WW2, replicas and accounts from people who suffered during WW2 and those that were rescued by Oscar Schindler. There was ample amounts of information on Oscar Schindler, and the thousand people he saved from Auschwitz. The museum was so informative and had great background history on Poland. Both Poland and Hungary have had it rough for a very long time and are still trying to recover. ...

          Krakow - Auschwitz-Birkenau

          A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 16, 2013

          7 photos

          ... the guise of having a shower. As our guide pointed out, we spent longer walking around the site today that they spent there - after the "selection" process, most did not survive more than 45 minutes at the camp. The bus trip back to Krakow was slightly more direct than the morning journey, so we had some time at a local market when we got back (mostly to visit the bakery!), then got in touch with Squid (Pam Green, former PNSS Assistant Group Leader), who also happened to be ...