- 87% from 11 reviews
- +48 12 269 29 46
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- Hotel Petrus
- ul. Pietrusińskiego 12
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A modern and well-equipped new hotel just 1,5 km from the heart of Cracow's Old Town, Hotel Petrus offers good access to all the main link roads into the city, making this an ideal place to stay if you have a group arriving by coach, or are just driving yourself. Located amongst the picturesque limestone rock formations of the Skalki Twardowski Landscape Park, Petrus makes a real change from the normal downtown hotel experience. With its conference room, monitored carpark and general facilities for organising business meetings, this looks like a good bet for larger gatherings. There's a sauna as well to help you relax after a hard day's business or sightseeing.
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Caro Segunda Pitaro from Spain Reply
️️Excelente en el mejor prezio!!!
Marcinek z Zamościa from Poland Reply
Świetna lokalizacja i przystępna cena, wyremontowane i odświeżone pokoje. Bardzo kompetentna i miła obsługa, a w szczególności Pani Manager Kasia to odpowiednia osoba na właściwym miejscu. Jedzenie w restauracji takie, że jadłoby sie i jadło:). Byłem tak kilka razy i za każdym razem żal było opuszczać ten przyjazny hotel. Na pewno kiedyś wróce i z ręka na sercu polecam to miejsce.
MIchael from Poland Reply
Julita from Poland Reply
Kompetentny, spełniający wymagania personel nastawiony do gości przyjaźnie i pomocnie. Bardzo dobra lokalizacja (blisko Wawelu), wyjątkowo smaczne jedzenie, przestronne i ładnie urządzone pokoje. Polecam i na pewno wrócę.
Tonino from Italy Reply
Se a Cracovia volete andare al Petrus hotel dovete soggiornare! E' il mio hotel di riferimento quando vado a Cracovia. Qualità ad un ottimo prezzo. Ottimo hotel 3 stelle in zona tranquilla appena fuori dal centro storico che è facilmente raggiungibile con i mezzi pubblici oppure come preferisco io con una bella passeggiata a piedi lungo la Vistola. Uno staff giovane, cordiale, professionale e sorridente è sempre a disposizione di tutti 24 ore su 24. Vi auguro a tutti un buon soggiorno al Petrus!
Piotr from Poland Reply
Przyjemne otoczenie, spokój i zieleń, choć blisko do Wawelu. Wygodne pokoje, śliczna restauracja z dobrym jedzeniem i świetną obslugą. Wpada tam czasem tylko cos zjeść.
Macej from Poland Reply
Spędziliśmy z rodziną bardzo, bardzo miły weekend w Hotelu Petrus w Krakowie. Hotel ma klimat, przepiękna dekoracje... jedzenie bardzo , bardzo smaczne a personel super uprzejmy i uśmiechnięty. Hotel położony blisko centrum .. ale wśród zieleni ... i posiada własny parking:) Polecam, my tam z pewnością wrócimy
David Murdoch from United Kingdom Reply
Really enjoyed staying here Although you are a 30 minute walk from the square once you suss out the trams then its no bother Room was perfect for our needs although the bed wasnt the comfiest Never ate dinner there although had a snack or 2 and they were good Breakfast wasnt my cup of tea but im a full scottish type All in all i really enjoyed my stay at petrus and would definately go back
Louise Roberts from United Kingdom Reply
Hotel Petrus is a good 30 minute walk away from the Old Town and is situated in Debniki-however, the walk is pretty nice considering half of it is along the Wisla and you do get some cracking views of Wawel, plus the Manghha centre is not far away. This hotel was pretty much empty when we arrived, which was great for two nights as it was utterly silent, two great nights sleep ensued. Then....a coach-load of Italian students arrived. Which of course meant constant screaming, braying and kicking doors until midnight. The walls are very thin! Reception tried to sort them out after I complained but hey, teenagers will do what they want! Anyway, the room we stayed in was clean, very warm and dry, however don't expect any tea or coffee making facilities, a bathtub (it's showers all the way) or a proper guest directory in your room. The breakfast is buffet-style eggs/sausages/cheese/meats/cereal/cake and OK but you have to pay 20PLN for it if you have not paid for breakfast with your room, which is rather expensive! The staff at the hotel were attentive and knowledgeable and spoke extremely good English. For the money we paid I'd say it was pretty good value.
David Fleming from United Kingdom Reply
Unable to make any positive comments due to the fact that although we booked the hotel several months in advance, we were greeted with the comment ''We have moved you to another hotel because a large party wanted to stay here so we have moved you out''. We were not the only one's either. So my advice would be ''Don't book here because it might not be available when you get there''.
Andy Bell from United Kingdom Reply
If you are visiting the city of Cracow and have a budget to keep to, its worth considering the Hotel Petrus. Very clean but quite basic. You get a continental breakfast in with the price and taxis to the city centre cost about £2.00. Try and get a room at the front though because otherwise the barking dogs in the neighbourhood will keep you awake from the early hours. One last note to consider is the bar. The Petrus advertises as having an "amply" stocked bar. Beer is on draught and not many spirits can be seen!