Wielopole Hotel

ul. Wielopole 3, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-072, Poland | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $101.00
 

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The Adventure of a Life Time!

A travel blog entry by maggiekr

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... Perigees, bread bowl soups, and donuts with rose jam filling are some of my favorite foods now because of having them in Poland. I will have to make these foods when I get home.
On Sunday of the Poland trip, I was able to go to Auschwitz. We went to Auschwitz I and II, apparently the third one was bombed into oblivion by Allied forces. Nothing can ever really prepare you when going to see Auschwitz, it's one thing ...

A Day At Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis

... were forced into; it would be like cramming the population of Redvers, SK into a tiny wooden building. In all, we spent over 6 hours at Auschwitz and Birkenau and saw many things the guided tours skip. My advice is grab a written guide and see it all alone. It's overwhelming, horrific at times and appalling. But it teaches us, and helps us remember that such evil exists in our world. May we never let such atrocities happen ...

Auschwitz and Birkenau

A travel blog entry by jusandra

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... the camp of Auschwitz 1, into various buildings and relayed a lot of information about dates, names, numbers....all very interesting and sometimes shocking.

The camp itself is now very well kept and cared for as any memorial ground would be. There are trees planted, grass in areas and walkways are maintained. The buildings themselves house a lot of photographs, diagrams, re-created rooms depicting how prisoners were kept and items which ...

Tastes Like Salt

A travel blog entry by abergsma

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... terrible job of capturing the place, so don't be expecting much when you see my pictures. That was pretty much all there was too it, big salt mine, tastes like salt.

Back in Krakow, I bought a Zapiekanka for lunch. This is something that people in Krakow eat as a snack. It's essentially half a baguette (the top or bottom half), with mushrooms, cheese, onions and ketchup. This is then baked and then eaten. It's a very large snack (over a ...

Tales from Bohemia

A travel blog entry by jonnylawson

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... the fact that the adoring crowd were being controlled by what can only be described as a tramp in a battered old Police hat. I genuinely believe he was being paid cash in hand for 10 minutes of blowing a whistle and squealing abuse at foreigners but if he was a real policeman he was clearly doing an impression of ''Stig of the Dump''. I managed to get a couple of snaps to reveal him to the world and I'll put them up soon. In the melee ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wesola Zachód area of Krakow, is near Church of the Virgin Mary (Kosciol Mariacki), Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), The Planty, and Twelve Apostles.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Wielopole Hotel Krakow

    Great Location and Awesome Staff!

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    I stayed at the Wielopole Guest Rooms for 5 nights in mid-September 2006 -- I was very very happy with the hotel. First off, it is in an excellent location, just outside old Krakow, just 5 minutes from the main square but extremely quiet. There are tram stops nearby and easy access to the main square, Wawel Castle and the bus station as well. The hotel felt very modern and chic, with clean lines and a minimalist but comfortable feel. The staff was extremely helpful with local attractions and Izabela at the front desk helped me hire a local guide to go out into the countryside and actually track down some relatives.

    Nice hotel - Good value

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    Clean, well-appointed hotel, which, in fact gives the impression of having been renovated recently. Very nice breakfast. Central location. Quiet. The staff is definitely friendly and as helpful as they can be, but not very aware of what is going on in their city which might interest tourists. I have the impression, however, that this is caracteristic of this city in general.

    Great Hotel, Fantastic Breakfasts!

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    My husband and I have just returned from a fabulous weekend in Krakow, staying at the Wielopole guest rooms - What a fantastic place, clean spacious rooms, spotless bathrooms, friendly helpful staff. The breakfast was excellent too. This hotel is centrally located - approx 5/7 min walk from the famous Rynek Glowny (huge square!)... I would recommend this hotel, time and time again. We are hoping to use it again in the future.

    Wielopole worth it!

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    This is an ideally situated, clean and friendly hotel. The rooms are a bit small but are spotlessly clean. We had one of four rooms with a small balcony with French windows - with a view of St Mary's Church in nearby Market Square.

    One of the nicest hotels in Poland

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    This is an excellent hotel, just east of the park that rings the Stare Miasto, with several trolley lines stopping within a quarter block. The staff is friendly and fluent in English, and the room was large, clean, and comfortable, with a nice, spacious bathroom. I spent a month traveling through Poland and this was the only hotel where I had air conditioning in the room.

    Can't fault this place

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    Great location between main sq. and jewish quarter. Rooms are spotless and spacious. great place to stay.

    Absolutely great place to stay

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    My husband and I stayed at the Wielopole Guest Rooms for 3 nights and found the place to be absolutely perfect. The rooms are spotless with plenty of space and comfortable beds with lovely French doors onto a little balcony. The location of the hotel could not be surpassed as it is literally a 2 minute stroll to the lovely old cobbled streets with all the bars and restaurants and yet completely quiet at night as not directly next to any nightlife. The staff are very friendly and helpful. I would have no hesitation in recommending this place and look forward to staying there again soon. I would not even consider staying anywhere else in Krakow.

    Everything was great; highly recommended!

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    I had an exceptionally pleasant stay at the Wielopole in Krakow. To start, I like the location, as it is just one block outside the Planty, which makes walking everywhere a breeze, yet it is far enough away that it is quiet and peaceful. The rooms are very clean, and the furnishings are all new, which is nice to come back to after a long day of exploring. The breakfast is standard European fare, which is certainly adequate, if a little basic. There is a wide assortment of breads, meats, cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, fruit, yogurt, cereal, juices, coffee, and tea. My stomach was full every morning, the breakfast sustaining me for several hours of walking and sightseeing until early afternoon for lunch. But perhaps the greatest asset of the Wielopole Guest Hotel is the superb and professional staff. They all speak impeccable English, which is fantastic, considering my Polish is limited to poorly pronounced common phrases. Additionally, they are all extremely friendly, and always willing to help. One good example of this came on the day of my departure. The night before, I notified them that I will be leaving early, before breakfast, and wondered if it would be possible for them to put together a few pieces of bread or something for me to take along, just enough to sustain me until I can buy breakfast at the airport. When I went to check out at 4:45 AM or so, I was presented with a large bag containing a huge meat and cheese sandwich, a container of yogurt, a banana, an apple, and two bottles of water. They consistently went above and beyond the call of duty. I certainly recommend the Wielopole to anyone visiting Krakow, and personally, won't think twice about where I will stay the next time I am in town.

    Fantastic central base

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    this is a brilliant place to stay. its so clean and the staff are all so very friendly.

    The hotel is in perfect position for exploring a fabulous city. There is a beautiful restaurant below the hotel which serves delishious food at very reasonable prices.

    Our main reason for visiting this magical city was to see the Auschwitz museum, a place i think all should see and learn from. We also visited the nearby salt mine which we booked through the hotel and we found that numerous excursions were on offer and they all picked up across the road from the weilopole.

    I would definately recommend this place to anyone travelling to Krakow.

    Great little hotel

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    A truly great little hotel. Small, very centrally located, immaculately clean, good breakfast and very, very helpful and cheerful staff. And all at a budget price.

    A lovely touch was the way the maid left either chocolates, biscuits or juice in the room every day, and the freshly baked cookies in reception were delicious - just part of making us feel very welcome indeed.

    Would thoroughly recommend it to anyone travelling to Krakow.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wielopole Hotel Krakow

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding