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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 9
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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 9
The central location of Apartment Stanislas makes it the perfect place from which to explore the beautiful and fascinating city of Krakow. Situated in the old Jewish Quarter you will have the opportunity to sample kosher vodka, klezmer (Jewish folk) music and Jewish-inspired dishes at many of the nearby restaurants and you can visit ancient synagogues and other important Jewish heritage sights. Just a short walk from the apartment you will find Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the medieval Main Square, Gothic churches, art galleries, museums, bustling market places, interesting shops and many more cafes, bars and restaurants. Everything is at your fingertips!
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Krakow Balice 12 km, Nearest railway: Krakow Glowny 2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Single beds (3), Cots (2), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Apartment Stanislas is the perfect place from which to explore Krakow. Conveniently situated in the heart of the Jewish Quarter and just 5 minutes walk to the Main Square. Light and spacious, it has 3 bedrooms, a large lounge with stereo, TV and DVD player and log-burning stove, a modern fully-equipped kitchen/dining-room and 2 bathrooms. Wifi available. Central-heating and instant hot water. Cots and highchairs can be provided.
Southern Poland region
Krakow is a beautiful and fascinating city, steeped in history and tradition. The friendly inhabitants, agreeable climate of hot Summers’, snowy Winters’ and temperate Spring and Autumn seasons, plus the city's relative obscurity make it a perfect destination for the discerning traveller.
The city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, reflecting its wealth of historic buildings and monuments:
'It’s stunning, well-preserved collection of medieval and Renaissance architecture is unrivalled, from the Old Town with its soaring Gothic churches, to the splendid Wawel castle and Cathedral, and the former Jewish district of Kazimierz with its poignant, silent synagogues’ (‘The Lonely Planet guide to Poland’).
There are many museums, art galleries, churches, interesting shops and market places to wander through and look around. The city can also be enjoyed from a horse-drawn carriage or a boat on the river.
Eating and drinking in the vast array of bars, cafes and restaurants is another high point of a trip to Krakow. There is so much choice, from the very basic but authentically Polish ‘Milk bars’ to sophisticated five-star restaurants, cellar bars to pavement cafes and the deeply traditional to the hyper modern. The quality of food and service is generally outstanding as is the great value for money.
All inclusive guided tours to the Auschwitz-Birkenau deathcamps at Oswiecim can be organised easily through Tourist Information offices and take approximately half a day; a minibus collects you and drops you back to your accommodation. Another popular and interesting half-day trip is to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the highlight of which is the Chapel of the Blessed Kings in which everything from the chandaliers to the altar is made from salt. Again, package tours including transport, entrance fee and guide are readily available.
Krakow Christmas Market in the Main Square from early December to early January
International Festival of Jewish Culture - June/July - klezmer concerts, films, exhibitions, book launches, lectures and Jewish cuisine
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17 Sep 2011
"Very spacious, clean, well equipped - good location"
Lovely large apartment in central Krakow. Very clean with immaculate modern bathroom and ensuite shower room. Efficient check in - and check out. Slight problem with the boiler while we were there but sorted very promptly after one text message to the apartment manager. Location was very convenient to walk into the main square and there was a good variety of bakeries and small supermarkets on the doorstep. One small gripe - for a larger group (or one that ate in more) a dishwasher would have been nice. Overall excellent value and a very good experience.
24 Jul 2011
"Fabulous - funky apartment luxury in the heart of amazing Krakow."
We had a great girly weekend away from the kids.(5 girls) The sun was shining and we explored the city with time to chill out at the fab apartment stanislas. It is a lovely old building but done out high spec - loads of room for us all, gorgeous bathrooms and a huge dining table for breakfast. (we could have self-caterered - it is well-equipped for cooking but we chose to eat out.) We lounged around plenty but also saw lots, including the very moving auschwitz museum which is less than an hour away, the jewish quarters, the castle, great shopping and bars. would love to return, perhaps in winter next time.
21 Jul 2011
"brilliant, loved every minute"
lovely apartment with great facilities and the location couldn't be better. good value for money and Krakow was an amazing place to visit. Can't wait to go back
5 Jul 2011
"Ideally situated, clean and spacious with everything you need for your stay."
Six of us had a wonderful week in Krakow in this apartment. Don’t let the outside fool you, inside it is modern, clean and spacious with everything you need for your stay. Situated on the edge of the Jewish quarter it’s also only a short walk to the main square and the castle, and handy for the busses if you want to travel further a field. The owners are very helpful and friendly - highly recommended.
4 Jul 2011
"stunning apartment in excellent location"
Apartment Stanislas is an extremely well appointed apartment situated in a fine, late nineteenth-century building. Although it is situated on a busy thoroughfare, traffic noise is not really a problem, mainly due to the third-floor location. In fact, the sight of the trams ferrying passengers to and fro can be quite hypnotic. I had to drag myself away from the windows at times. The specification of the fixtures and fittings is of a very high quality. The beds are very comfortable, and the kitchen is well organised and equipped. The shower in the main bedroom en-suite is particularly good. This was my first visit to Krakow and the city itself certainly didn't disappoint. The Jewish quarter with its quirky shops, restaurants and bars is very close indeed. In addition, a fifteen-minute walk takes you to the attractive main square. The castle, a must-see attraction, is approximately twenty minutes away. All in all, I would thoroughly recommend a visit to Apartment Stanislas as a very comfortable and spacious base for any visit to Krakow.
25 May 2011
"Feb 2011 was my 7th stay at this great apartment. We love it!"
Loved staying at the Stanlislas apartment, its location to krakow main square is ideal 10 minutes away from the hussle. The apartment is pretty central for both the main square and the old jewish quarters. We loved the personal touches like being met at the airport and someone waiting at the apartment with 3 sets of keys which is handy when a large group stay. Loved the old wooden flooring and log fire, nothing was to much trouble for the owner even seeing that we had lots of wooden logs to burn on the log fire, the kids loved the open space the apartment gave and the adults did too when you wanted some peace!!. We loved the bathroom and shower and it was an added bonus having another bedroom with en-suite.The owner has thought of everything even a washing machine. Loved the huge kitchen and massive old wooden table that we sat around drinking polish vodka! but thats another story.
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