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All reviewsfridge freezerno liftminute walk to the centredishwasher tabletsgreat apartmentsfruit and vegetable marketlovely modern apartmenta ground floor apartmentlovely bakerylaundry roomoverhead showercoffee machineshower gel and shampoohighly recommend these apartmentstwo single beds pushed togetherself cateringsalt mines
I went here with my older son. It had been reccomended to me by somebody else. I have to say it was very clesn and suited our needs perfectly but i should have heard alarm bells when the receptionist asked if i was ok with...More
I stayed here june 2018 fri-mon lovely clean apartment with every thing you need, hairdryer iron kitchen etc staff were very helpful if you need anything and only a 15-20 minute walk to the centre, would recommend this place. There is also a little shop...More
Nice and clean apartment in walk distance from the city centre. Quiet neigbourhood located 500 meters away from the Krakowska soccer field.
A nice walk from the hotel to the beautyful old town of Krakow.
The apartment was great the only thing it does need is air con but there is a fan in the room. As we were only in Krakow a couple of days we contacted them prior to arrival to arrange a couple of trips for us...More
If you’re after a standard apartment and don’t mind a 20-30 min walk to the old town then Emaus Apartments is the one for you.
Staff: The woman on reception was very pleasant on arrival, she was polite and helpful. Unfortunately with the reception being...More
Response from Maureen526 | Reviewed this property |
The bakery is part of a chain and I think the name is Piekarnia (bakery) Awiteks. Come out the Emaus Apartments and turn right to the Farmers Market which is at the end of the road. Turn left then after about 50 yards turn... More
The bakery is part of a chain and I think the name is Piekarnia (bakery) Awiteks. Come out the Emaus Apartments and turn right to the Farmers Market which is at the end of the road. Turn left then after about 50 yards turn right. There are two bakeries, one which sells bread and the second which sells coffee, tea, cakes and savouries, seating is available. We have been to Krakow 3 times and wouldn't miss going to Starka, the food is great and not expensive. It's in the Jewish quarter (Krakow ul,Jozefa 14, tel 48 12 430 38). There is also a nice Italian in the same street as McDonalds which is just off the town square, it's called Boscalola. Enjoy!