Ibis Krakow Centrum
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- Adjoining Rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsMito Shizenno Mori Masuda
Very good hotel for people with small budget. Very nice and comfortable rooms in the mornings really cool breakfast (porridge, cheese, fruits etc). We were really satisfied with this place.
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The Lounge Area is the perfect quintessential place to come to with family members, friends or co-workers and enjoy a great meal. With its automatic roof cover and side panels guests have the privilege to enjoy it regardless the weather conditions. In fact it was a rainy night when we were having our candle-lit dinner and inside the atmosphere was cool and special.
IN ALL: The Krakow Sheraton excels ...
... stands in the Cloth Hall again, but no. So I just wandered
the Square for awhile and then headed back to the hotel to pack, check
out and head for the bus station.
My flight to Amsterdam wasn't
until 4:55 but check out was noon and I wasn't sure how long the bus
ride would be, or if the buses would be running less often due to the
holiday. A bus came shortly after I got ...
... past an monastery with an interesting history. Over the last 200 years when the monks died they were lightly embalmed and then laid out in a room 3 stories below ground. The mixture of the embalming and the micro climate created below ground preserved the bodies so well that they appeared like they were sleeping. They stayed like this until 25 years ago, when tourists started discovering the bodies were there and offered to pay the monks to view them, ...
... s mug from the area. These rituals help me cope with the whelm of moving around to new locations. Anyway, with that backdrop, Michael and I decided to take another day trip to a Czech city by the name of Karlovy Vary in search of drama masks for my daughter.
Karlovy Vary ...
... with salt crystal chandeliers, salt carved statues, a rock salt alter in the full sized cathedral and many more rock salt exhibits, we were surrounded by this edible common table condiment. The walls, floor tiles and roof were all just salt. We really only went because it was the only place in Krakow that was under 20 degrees, at times only 16 degrees and yes, I did need to put my coat on, when we were almost 300 metres ...