Senacka 11, Old Town, 3One-002 Krakow, Poland More photos
Ideally situated within the centre of Krakow, the apartment is large and spacious and finished to a high standard, also very quiet at night. Check in was very simple as was check out, there was lots of information on local activities and excursions, and can arrange them for you if needed.<br> Great location. Good heating and good shower pressure. Lovely outdoor terrace within the penthouse apartment. Quiet. Hosts were helpful.<br> Perfect location for the old town which is just what we wanted. The apartment was to a high quality and had everything we needed for our stay. Would highly recommend. <br> 7Koron is a really nice apartment within the middle of Krakow old town. The apartment has everything which is needed for us to enjoy a nice long weekend in Krakow. The location was perfect. We loved that each morning we went out from the flat and immediately arrived into the main street where only horse carriages and pedestrians are allowed. We felt like traveled back into 1900 :)<br> Location was brilliant and apartments were clean and secure. <br> Location is superb and the apartments looked great inside.<br> Spacious, comfy, very modern, well equipped. Perfect location <br> Location<br> Location, patio, cleanliness, AC<br> booked shortly before we arrived but could check in almost immediately. communication by phone was easy and host result oriented and efficient. hand over of key card was smooth. thanks for handling this last minute booking so fast.Our apartment was under the roof. could overlook old town of Cracow. Its a small town and the apartment sets you central. Kitchenette and bathroom very good. Spacious place. Comfortable bed.<br> Location is great - directly on the main pedestrian street, a plenty of pubs cafes restaurants around, small Spar shop is on the ground floor. It was not easy to find a parking place, nevertheless we found it 400 m away. Apartment itself is big and well equipped, cleanliness is OK.<br> the apartment was wonderfull and has each thing in kitchen, and the owner was trying to assist us .<br> Clean rooms and sheets . Lots of kitchen-ware. Excellent location if you want to experience the vibrancy of the beautiful town of Krakow . Right at the heart of the town centre makes it very easy to access all the points of interest . Excellent cafes that open for 8 am morning meal just a min away . Travel agent right next door as well as SPAR super market . It is definitely not quiet but that is part of choosing a space within the town centre . <br> The location is excellent.<br> Location perfect. Clean and lovely appartment. Reception always contactable and very helpful.<br> Location could not be better in my view, a quiet side street in a lovely part of town, right by the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, half way between Wawel and Main Square<br> Location<br> Location<br> The location was amazing. Access was great. The mini cafe was across the street and excellent.<br> Nice window view, very sunny with ceiling windows.<br> It was very close to my 6 am meeting point.<br> It was just like in brochure, best of both worlds, right in centre of Old Town with the bonus of roof terrace for outdoor personal space. Beautiful apartment, spotless and well equipped.<br> The solarium and rooftop terrace are wonderful. Nicely equipped and in new condition. The bed, and day bed were firm and pillows comfortable. Everything felt fresh. Photos represent the space well.<br> Excellent location,gental
The WiFi is very intermittent and I would recommend updating it, so its accessible to all parts of the apartment instead of only being able to connect near the bathroom.<br> Wifi was poor. It would be useful if the family-sized apartments were fitted with washer dryers.<br> The roof within the conservatory part was leaking. Rang the reception and they said they’d send someone out the following day, no one came out so we had bin towels on table to collect the rain. Was worried in case the glass came in where the leak was. This aside though it was really good. If it wasn’t for this I’d have rated it even higher. <br> There is no reception at the apartments so you have to call a number then wait around 15 minutes for someone to show up to meet you. I had to get replacement room the first night of five due to being told a bed was broken, got to leave the cases at around 2:30pm until the replacement room was ready but had to return an hour later to get key for the replacement room. On my first morning I had to call reception at 9am to arrange to change rooms but was told the room wouldn't be ready until that afternoon. I had a tour booked for that morning and wouldn't be able to get the new key until after 5pm that day. This meant I didn't unpack until having been in Krakow for a full day and a half (arrived 11am the day before). No discount or anything was offered for the inconvenience.The location is as good as you'll get in Krakow and the room looks great when you get it but be aware the bins were never emptied during my stay and towels weren't replaced once, if I was meant to get my own clean towels after Two-3 days from somewhere within the building I wasn't made aware of it? This with the whole remote reception made it a frustrating stay at times in a perfect city.I try to write honest reviews so you'll understand that the situation above means that my visit can only be rated fair at most. Rather than a broken bed it felt more like a double booking and I got messed about for one night so they could keep my 5 night booking, not getting to unpack for a day and half and having to call the remote reception so frequently was a pain to be honest.If the arrival and subsequent problem had been dealt with better and the room serviced even once in my 5 night stay I'd be giving this place 4 5. As it is though its a 2 5. The question after trips is always Would you stay there again', in this case the answer would be no.<br> Everything was good! Maybe the only small thing is that there could have been extra towel. But thats all. <br> The employees were not very friendly. We had to ask for everything; elevator token, morning meal tickets...At the morning meal we felt they were doing us a favor :-(<br> Parking is not next to the building. Street is closed to traffic and you can get a ticket. Elevator is too small. They give us only one key card so all of us had to leave and come back together at all times. If you take the only card out of the room, you would not have electricity. You can’t connect with WiFi - the signal must be to weak. The water within the shower doesn’t drain enough fast so you are standing in a paddle. It’s not 4 stars facility. I give it 3. <br> Apartment we got have had all the windows to the main street - within the night it was too much loud. Or you need to close all windows and use AC.Hosts should keep more attention to the details, especially the ones touching the fingertips of your guests - e.g. broken handle in the
7 Koron - Exclusive Apartments Stay within the heart of Krakow – Excellent location - show mapOne of our high picks in Krakow.7 Koron is situated in a historic building the quiet area of Krakow’s Old Town and propose self-catering accommodation. Free WiFi access is available. The property is 500 m from Wawel Royal Castle and 350 m from Main Market Square.Air-conditioned and classically furnished apartments at 7 Koron feature a minibar. There is a kitchenette with a refrigerator and kitchenware. Featuring a shower, personal bathroom also comes with free toiletries. You can enjoy town view from the room.It is 500 m to St. Mary’s Basilica and 1,3 kilometer from Krakow Głowny Train Station. Krakow - Balice Airport is situated 12 kilometer from the accommodation.Old Town is a perfect choice for travellers interested in food, restaurants and history.This is our guests' favourite part of Krakow, according to independent reviews.This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Krakow! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties within the area.Couples especially like the location — they rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip.7 Koron - Exclusive Apartments has been hosting guests from 22 Apr 2015.Hotel Chain: Grupa Old Town ResidenceMissing some information? Yes No
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Krakow (UK:, US: ; Polish: [ˈkrakuf] (listen), is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River within the Lesser Poland region, the town dates back to the 7th century. Krakow was the official capital of Poland until 1596 and has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. Cited as one of Europes most beautiful cities, its Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Request to Book
The town has grown from a Stone Age settlement to Polands second most important city. It began as a hamlet on Wawel Hill and was already being reported as a busy trading centre of Central Europe in 965. With the establishment of new universities and cultural venues at the emergence of the Second Polish Republic in 1918 and throughout the 20th century, Krakow reaffirmed its role as a major national academic and artistic centre. The town features apopulation of about 770,000, with approximately 8 million additional people living within a 100 kilometer (62 mi) radius of its main square.After the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany at the start of World War II, the newly defined Distrikt Krakau (Krakow District) became the capital of Germanys General Government. The Jewish population of the town was forced into a walled zone known as the Krakow Ghetto, from which they were sent to German extermination camps such as the nearby Auschwitz never to return, and the Nazi concentration camps like Płaszow.In 1978, Karol Wojtyła, archbishop of Krakow, was elevated to the papacy as Pope John Paul II — the first Slavic pope ever, and the first non-Italian pope in 455 years. Also that year, UNESCO approved the first ever sites for its new World Heritage List, including the entire Old Town in inscribing Krakows Historic Centre. Krakow is classified as a global town with the ranking of high sufficiency by GaWC. Its extensive cultural heritage across the epochs of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture have the Wawel Cathedral and the Royal Castle on the banks of the Vistula, the St. Marys Basilica, Saints Peter and Paul Church and the largest medieval market square in Europe, the Rynek Głowny. Krakow is home to Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest universities within the world and traditionally Polands most reputable institution of higher learning.
In 2000, Krakow was named European Capital of Culture. In 2013 Krakow was officially approved as a UNESCO City of Literature. The town hosted the World Youth Day in July 2016."