Sodispar Serviced Apartments

Address: ul. Lubelska 12, Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Krowodrza Po?udnie area of Krakow, is near Old Town, St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska), The Barbican (Barbakan), and Plaszow Concentration Camp.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSodispar Serviced Apartments Krakow

      Reviewed by rachbritton

      Sodispar - perfect hosts, and location

      Reviewed Dec 10, 2013
      by (21 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      I cannot talk highly enough of the staff at the Sodispar Apartments. They are very attentive, and help with anything you need. They have also thoughts of most things in advanced. We stayed at the Chicago Apartments right in the centre of Old Town. This was a perfect spot with the market square just around the corner, and fantastic places to eat everywhere. The outside of the apartment is rather bare, and a little intimidating, but the inside is just beautiful! We had a 2 bedroom, bathroom, small kitchen / lounge room and it was like a home away from home.

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