Palac Pugetow Krakow

This gem is a part of the famed Puget Palace complex. A small nineteenth century residence adjoining the palace proper houses four apartments and three rooms. All have been decorated with panache, following themes both Polish and international. You can set yourself up in the ravishing red 'Pani Walewska' apartment (named after Bonaparte's spirited Polish lover), or settle into the 'Joseph Conrad' room, which has hints of far-flung lands. The hotel is set back from the street and has a guarded car-park. Down in the delightful cellars you can unwind with a glass of wine or a coffee, soaking up the aura of ancient Krakow. The hotel is ideally situated and attractive to both businessmen and travellers.

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the lobby of the Palac Pugetow


a room in the Palac Pugetow

Sandra & Gordon Dunn 27th May 2010

This was a little gem of a place to stay. The apartment was very comfortable and the breakfast first class. The staff were aso very friendly and helpful. The only minor criticisms we have is that we didn't seem to be able to control the air conditioning so it was too hot at night and it would have been nice to have had the complimentary tea and coffee replaced every day. However we would definitely want to stay at the Palac Pugeto if we were to visit Krakow again.

Guest 17th May 2010

the situation of the hotel is perfect, itīs a very quiet place, full of little details, and the staff are so nice and helpful.