Hotel Copernicus stands on Kanonicza Street, Krakow’s oldest street that winds its way toward Wawel Royal Castle – the historic seat of Polish kings. Amidst the neighbouring Renaissance townhouses Copernicus stands out with its expansive, Gothic façade. It is the only hotel in Poland affiliated to Relais et Châteaux – the exclusive French hotel alliance. The rooms at the Copernicus are spacious and feature wooden ceilings and 14th-century decorations. All come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and a luxurious, marble bathroom. The air-conditioned Copernicus Hotel has a terrace with panoramic views of the Wawel. Guests can also visit the hotel restaurant, which serves seasonal Polish cuisine and is recommended by the Michelin Guide.
Each of the lovely standard guestrooms provides a cozy bed for a good night’s sleep and luxurious, marble bathroom. Amenities include: satellite TV, hairdryer, alarm clock, fridge and telephone.
Two of the four suites have a separate sitting room with a single bed. The white marble-tiled bathroom features Jacuzzi, and its windows look out onto the Hotel patio. Amenities include: satellite TV, hairdryer, alarm clock, fridge and telephone.
Renaissance inspired restaurant is based on polish royal cuisine. Copernicus stands for traditional recipes interpreted in an innovative manner. Copernicus restaurant has gathered a lot of prizes and awards – among others, the Michelin guide recommendation. In the glass-covered courtyard, guests can relax in the intimate library or in the bar. In the spring and summer season, guests can enjoy drinks on the summer terrace which looks out on the majestic Wawel castle, domes and towers of churches as well as rooftops of the old town.
Medieval cellars accommodate a swimming pool, sauna & Spa. This cozy recreational complex under medieval brick vaults is open round the clock with the exception of short maintenance breaks.