Celebrated for its fantastic location with a good share of major attractions within walking distance, this fancy hotel dates back to the 19th century. Embracing its antique exterior, the property has been styled to reflect the era in which it was built. It is also said that the hotel was owned by one of the city’s most well-known families, which only adds to its appeal.
When you’re not out and about exploring every inch of what Krakow has to offer, your room is the perfect retreat after a long day of sightseeing. There’s also an onsite restaurant serving breakfast buffet style for convenience.
Elegant 19th century furnishings
From triple to double and twin options, guests can choose from a number of room types. Upholding the hotel’s grand appearance, all stays come with a classy decor with fancy light fittings, silk bed runners and white wood furnishings. With a maximum occupancy of four people, families are also welcome here with an extra bed available free of charge for guests aged five and under.
Among the hotel’s amenities you’ll also find an array of modern features including a flat screen TV, safety deposit box, hairdryer, coffee making facilities and a kettle. The free Wi-Fi and complimentary toiletries are also worth a mention.
A buffet breakfast
With plenty of bars and restaurants located nearby, you don’t have to worry about finding somewhere to indulge when you come to this well-equipped city. However, guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s Bed and Breakfast offering with an onsite restaurant providing a picky morning options.
Start your day on a full stomach with a cold meat selection alongside warm sausages, sweet pastries and creamy yogurts. Served in conservatory style setting, the venue is extremely inviting with plenty of natural light creating an outdoor-indoor feel. While, its white tables and floral centrepieces are just as eye-catching. Those travelling with little ones can also request highchairs.
Leone Aparthotel operates 24 hours so you can take advantage of its services around-the clock. Housekeeping staff are always on hand to make sure your room is cleaned, while laundry and dry cleaning is also taken care of for an extra charge.
The hotel comes with an airport shuttle for guests who require it, while its friendly reception staff are always willing to help if you want to organise any tours or are looking to rent a car. Guests with small kids can benefit from a babysitting service should you require some child-free time.
A sought-after location
Found on the outskirts of the city’s Old Town in one of its most fashionable districts, this hotel scores highly on the location front. If you’ve come here to sightsee, you’re close to a number of must-visit attractions. See Wawel Castle in all of its glory or trace its turbulent past from its Jewish Quarter where old synagogues and fascinating museums sit near cosy cocktail bars.
But you can’t come all the way to this Polish city without soaking up the atmosphere of Main Market Square, which is also within walking distance. Making up its charm, you’ll find medieval townhouses and romantic horse-drawn carriages. Not to mention, winter when its annual Christmas market descends on its grid-like streets. Want to venture further? You’re also close to a train station.