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- Hotel Rubinstein
- ul. Szeroka 12
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Believe it or not the famous cosmetics mogul, Helena Rubinstein, was actually born on this very square where you can now find the Rubinstein Hotel: sleepy Szeroka Street in Kazimierz! Safe to say Mrs. Rubinstein would have approved of this chic and elegantly made-up hotel that has become one of the more prominent buildings in this neck of the woods. A blend of old and new, the hotel seems to effortlessly fit into its charismatic surroundings in the Old Jewish Quarter, whilst showing its guests all the luxuries of the 21st century. The chance to sip a cocktail on the fourth floor terrace is worth the room price alone.
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Absolutely marvelous!! we stayed in suites and they are just amazing. Breakfast excellent and really nice staff. we will definitely be back. The distance is about 15 minutes to the old town but it is definitely worth it to be in such nice room and pay half of this what you are paying in the city centre. the cellars are also beautiful
Not sure about this place having been sensitively refurbished as the previous poster says! The owners of this hotel are infamous in Krakow for having completely ignored the planning law in such a historic area by adding on floors to an old building without the appropriate permission and endangering the neighbouring buildings in the process. The Rubenstein family have stuck two fingers up at the law and the environment and are now just cashing in. Nice people.
We have just returned from a 3 night stay in this hotel and thought it was absolutely perfect. The interior was immaculate, the shower room put our own to shame with it's modern, efficient and attractive finish and the bed was very comfortable. Inside the hotel it has been reburbished sensitively and the square it is situated in is full of charm. We loved the Jewish quarter which didn't attract the enormous crowd of the market square and would advise any stag parties to keep clear of this lovely area to keep it as nice as it is. Highly recommended
We stayed for 4 nights and five days. From the moment of our very late arrival, just before mid-night, we were made welcome! Our room was at the front of the hotel, overlooking Szeroka, magnificantly appointed. The bathroom was underfloor heated - most welcome first thing in the morning!
The whole staff were bright, cheerful and always happy to help. Their English was better than my stumbling Polish - but they never interupted and waited til I hade made a fool of my self before politely helping. I onece asked for a 'corkscrew' so I could fix my spectacles! There were big grins and helped me find a screwdriver.
The hotel restaurant is a wonderful place. We ate the on 3 occasions - such was the quality of the food and the service.
I cannot find fault!! We sgall be returming in December 2008. Looking forward to that.
Thank you all so much.