In the middle of Cracow`s Kazimierz, the mysterious district full of the past, there is a unique place with a character fitting into this magical space. It is the Hotel Rubinstein – placed in an antique townhouse from the 15th century at Szeroka Street 12. The facility owes its name to Helena Rubinstein, the first lady of the world`s cosmetic business, who used to live in the neighbourhood. The Hotel Rubinstein was named in her honour. It is a place which combines functions of a restaurant, accommodation, as well as an artistic and conference centre. The facility gained worldwide fame mainly thanks to its fantastic service, its extraordinary architecture and the atmosphere of the district, in which it is situated. Warm interiors with fragments of the historic walls, antique furniture, as well as elements of the contemporary design, skilfully woven into them, give the impression that stay at the Hotel Rubinstein is a specific journey through time.
From the very beginning, the building has been popular among Polish and foreign tourists. Its originality, functionality and uniqueness attract connoisseurs of beautiful and unusual architecture. The hotel puts at guests’ disposal up to 60 accommodation places is 30 standard, deluxe and economy rooms of single and twin/double type as well as suites. It is not possible to make rooms triple. All rooms characterize boutique character and rich furnishing. Both the building and the rooms are accessible to the disabled people.
On the premises, there is some conference space able to host an event for up to 70 persons. Additional amenities in the hotel are observation deck and a restaurant in the antique hotel basement, which is a perfect place for various meetings and having a meal. Breakfast here is served from 7:00 to 10:00. Two-course and three-course dinner is also available. The atmosphere here makes everyone want to return, and a selection of wines reminds the wine gourmets of a wonderful collection of this noble liquor, which is a reason for pride of the Rubinstein Hotel as well as the kitchen fragrant with the aroma of Polish herbs, where dishes are prepared with masterful precision by restaurant’s chef.
Location in one of the most charming and exceptional places in Cracow, constitutes an ideal introduction to discover the city. In the close neighbourhood there are main attractions like Old Synagogue, Wawel Castle, historic buildings and monuments. It is only about 15 minutes long walk distance from the Main Square. The nearest tram stop is within 150 m.
Hotel reception is round-the-clock. Check-in is from 15:00, check-out until 12:00. There is no luggage room.
It is possible for a coach to drive up to the hotel, but the nearest bus park is ca. 100 m from the hotel in Dajwór St.
City tax is not charged in Cracow. No deposit from guests on the spot is required.