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Miodosytnia Aparthotel

6 Św. Wawrzyńca Street, Kraków, 31-060


Miodosytnia Aparthotel is an exceptional place on the map of Cracow. It is located in a renovated historic tenement building, dated back to 14th century, in the heart of old Jewish district Kazimierz. Its rooms meet the requirements of both guests staying in Cracow for a family holiday and businessmen during business trips.
The facility puts at guests’ disposal 17 spacious and elegant single, twin, triple and five-bed rooms which are able to provide accommodation for 45 persons in total. Additionally, there is a possibility of using extra beds to make 5 rooms triple. All rooms are stylishly furnished and their windows overlook a beautiful garden. The rooms are fit for disabled people, but the building is not.
On the premises there is a free Wi-Fi.

Three well-equipped conference rooms for 20, 35 and 80 persons are an excellent place for hosting events of various kinds: conferences, business ventures or seminars. Guests are also welcome to take advantage of the hotel terrace, garden as well as restaurant. Breakfast is served from 8:00 to 10:00. There is a possibility of having dinner here.

Hotel reception is opened 24/7. Check-in is from 14:00, check-out until 12:00. Guests can deposit their luggage on complimentary basis.

Apart from rich in attractive sites Kazimierz district, in the nearest area, guests will find the Wawel Royal Castle or the Main Square with famous Cloth Hall. The nearest bus/tram stop is 500 m from the facility. Getting to PKP/PKS (main railway/bus station) by car takes up approximately 10 minutes, to the airport – 30 minutes. Buses are allowed to drive up to the hotel and park up in the vicinity of the hotel.

Deposit from guests on the spot is not required.

Check-in: 14:00

Check-out: 12:00

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