Hotel Royal is an ideal place for tourists traveling on business or leisure. Its privileged location in the city centre, at the foot of Wawel Royal Castle, as well as close proximity to the Main Market Square and the Kazimierz district encourage tourists and business travellers to explore the city. Using the well-organised public transport network of the city, you can get to any place you wish.
hotel offers 62 spacious and comfortable rooms with wireless Internet access and satellite TV. Depending on your needs, you can use economy, standard and lux class rooms.
Our staff will be happy to help you discover the most famous sites and tourist attractions in Cracow and the surrounding areas, such as Wieliczka, Oświęcim, Bochnia or Zakopane. The Royal Hotel is highly appreciated by tourists looking for accommodation in the city centre.
The hotel has a car park designed for 20 passenger cars.
Total rooms: 63
Total beds: 137
including 4 double rooms for disabled
Royal Art Cafe of buffet-style breakfasts. We also invite you to get acquainted with the offer of the premises newly established in the heart of Krakow – Royal Art Cafe. In order to meet the ever increasing expectations of our guests, we offer spacious and well-equipped interiors in one of Cracovian hotels, as well as the highest quality of service. Everyone will find something for themselves here. Gentlemen – the largest selection of whiskey in Cracow. Ladies – colourful and delicious drinks.
Royal Art Cafe is a perfect place for conferences, business meetings, corporate events, and family parties.
N – 50.054535
E – 19.939465
tram number 10, get off at “Wawel” stop
In the Krakow factory, among enameled pots, about 1000 Jews saved their lives. It happened thanks to Oskar Schindler, a German entrepreneur. You will get to know its history in the multimedia and modern Schindler’s Factory Museum.
The underground market is an unusual tourist route. Being under the plate of the Main Market Square, we get to the streets that Nicolaus Copernicus used to walk around. The impressive underground route will tell us more about the history of the city of Krakow than many lectures, while providing a thrill of excitement.
The technique is also a monument, and you’ll find out about it at the Museum of Municipal Engineering. This amazing museum is located in the old tram depot on St. Wawrzyńca street, which is the only one of its kind preserved in its entirety. In addition to them, in the multimedia museum, you can find out how the inhabitants of Krakow have made their lives easier over the centuries.