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Zulian Aparthotel

41 Długa Street, Kraków, 31-147


Welcome to the 20th-century town house inside which an amazing design by Giovanni Zuliani hides. Zulian is an aparthotel owned by the Artery Hotels group, where original, 1906-mosaic decorated floors have been preserved until today. If one values unique design, comfort and intimate atmosphere, they will definitely appreciate the aparthotel.

It offers 29 spacious, boutique rooms of double, triple and quadruple type which are able to provide accommodation for 72 guests in total. There is no possibility of using extra beds. All modern interiors of the rooms, which are kept in an interesting colouring of black, beige and yellow, make reference to the spirit of the early 20th century. Neither the building nor the rooms are accessible to people moving with the aid of wheelchairs.

Apart from accommodation space, the facility puts at guests’ disposal its own restaurant, placed in a garden 10 m away, where breakfast are served from 7:00 to 11:00 on weekdays and from 7:30 to 11:30 at weekends.

Reception desk is opened 24/7. Guests can check in from 14:00 and check out until 12:00. There is a complimentary luggage room. On the premises, there is a free Wi-Fi network.

The Zulian Aparthotel is conveniently located within ca. 1 km from the Cracow’s Main Market Square and the city centre with an array of city monuments and tourist gems as well as numerous pubs, cafés and restaurants. The nearest bus/tram stop is merely 25 m from the facility. The distance to the PKP/PKS (main railway/bus station) is 1,5 km and to the airport – 15 km. Coaches are allowed to stop at Słowiańska St., only 50 m from the facility. There is no bus park nearby.

Deposit from the guests on the spot is to be determined.

Check-in: 14:00

Check-out: 12:00

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