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  • Property
    RT Regent
  • Resort
    Krakow
  • Location
    Krakow, Poland
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Accommodation

RT Regent

Located at the heart of Krakow, in the Kazimierz District, the historical Jewish Quarter, the RT Regent hotel offers comfort and tradition to visitors coming to Krakow for both business and pleasure. The Main Market Square and the Wawel Castle are within walking distance and there are plenty of restaurants, bars and shops on the hotel's surroundings. The hotel offers a shuttle service to the airport.The convenient rooms are decorated in a traditional and elegant style, perfect for a good night sleep. They all have a work desk and free WIFI. There are also conference rooms available for business meetings, and banqueting facilities for special events.After enjoying the hearty breakfast buffet served at the dining hall every morning, guests can rent a bike to tour the city. The Piwnice Regent restaurant offers delicious dishes and select wines from International famous vineyards.

Address:
Ul. Bożego Ciała 19
31059
CRACOW
PL

EXCELLENT | TRUSTSCORE 8.7

Excellent

This was our first time booking with Click and Go. I found them excellent to deal with and to make a booking on their website was not difficult at all. Everything was clearly stated and I had no difficulty choosing our holiday from a very wide range of hotels etc. The choice they offer from apartments only up to all inclusive is excellent! I would not hesitate to recommend them

Facilities

Room Facilities

  • Carpeted floors
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Bathroom
  • Radio
  • Extra beds on demand
  • Living room
  • Room size (sqm)
  • Cot on demand
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Wi-fi
  • NOT AVAILABLE: Wheelchair-accessible, Disability-friendly bathroom, Smoking rooms

Hotel Facilities

  • Non-smoking area
  • Café
  • Wi-fi
  • 24-hour reception
  • Hotel safe
  • Lift access
  • Newspaper stand
  • Mobile phone coverage
  • Wired Internet
  • Laundry service
  • NOT AVAILABLE: Car park, Wheelchair-accessible, Garage

Tourist Attractions

  • Wawel Castle: 500 m
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine: 12 km
  • Philharmonic Hall: 2 km
  • Main Square: 1 km
  • Jewish District: 0 m

Notes

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Resort Information

Krakow

We offer flights to Krakow and accommodation with a fantastic array of hotel properties to choose from.

Like a piece of great art, Krakow could be considered a Polish masterpiece. A city full of history, but thankfully, never mortally wounded by war, its stunning architecture remains intact and the wonderful Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance structures remain untouched by the ravages of mass invasion.

Krakow survived World War II and the former Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz (and neighbouring Birkeneau) is a haunting place to visit - unmissable, albeit upsetting, but a stark reminder of man's inhumanity to man. As a city break destination, Krakow is possibly Poland's biggest draw.

The Old Town district with the amazing Wawel Castle is brimming with atmosphere and no surprise that, in 1978,  it featured as the first of its kind on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Outside the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter with its silent synagogues also hearkens to the tragic past. Nowadays, Krakow is vibrant, bustling and truly alive. The city boasts a vast array of museums, public art galleries (the Old Town is home to more than 2 million works of art alone!), theatres, concert halls and Opera House.

The famous Wieliczka salt mine is a must see for the unbelievable underground works of brilliance that have been carved and, above ground, visit one of the city's many beautiful parks and gardens. When you visit Krakow, you will feel the energy, the atmosphere and the flavour of this medieval yet thoroughly modern city. A place of great restaurants, marvellous open air coffee houses and outdoor terraces, cafe culture is alive and very well indeed! Nightlife is buzzing with pubs and clubs littering every narrow artery in the city. The dinky Christmas market is also a legend in its own lifetime, so Krakow is surely a city for all seasons.

 

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