ul. Senacka 6, Krakow, Lesser Poland, Poland
"I recently stayed in Hotel Bogoria for three nights in January. The hotel is off of a quiet alley/side street in the middle of old town, so the location is exceptionally central while still maintaining some solitude/privacy. The lobby is small but purposeful and nicely laid out - with two rooms on either side of it, which have couches and one room has a television. Staff were always smiling and willing to go above and beyond for any assistance I needed, while still remaining extremely pleasant and professional. That being said - the room types here (at least the one I stayed in - Superior Double Room) are a little bizarre. I understand that it's a very old building, but the way they have arranged the rooms is a little peculiar - in particular, the bathroom in my room (204?) had a strange layout for the shower. When you walk into the room itself you enter a small "foyer" with a small with a toilet + sink, a separate room with just the shower. The room with the shower is MASSIVE and could have easily been the whole bathroom, but instead, they opted to place a TINY plastic shower enclosure in this space and it's relatively disappointing and uncomfortable. I can completely understand it being done if space was at a premium, but again, the room the shower in is very large and I don't understand why they made this poor design decision. Beyond that, the room itself and the bed are very comfortable and the decor has a bit of an older "feel" to it, while also being very clean/new (in my room, the "room" with the bed was actually separated from the foyer area, but for some reason didn't have a door in between the foyer and the sleeping area). The sleeping area was actually generously sized, though. The rooftop patio of the hotel offers some amazing (but slightly limited) views of the city and is certainly worth checking out if the weather permits. Overall I did enjoy my stay here, and would likely stay here again - but would prefer a room with a better shower configuration as the one I received was disappointing and frustrating."
"Hotel Borgoria was a wonderful find in Krakow. A beautifully restored building, on a quiet side street, very close to all of the sites. Our room was one of the very large rooms with a huge, comfortable bed and lots of seating and space. Nicely decorated and appointed, spotless and modern new bathroom with lovely amenities. (as an aside, no independent shower, but not a problem for us). Good breakfast with eggs and omelettes made to order. There is no bar but again, we were fine with this and really appreciated the quiet. It was a joy to come back to the Borgoria after a day of sightseeing. Most of all though, was the friendly, helpful and outstanding staff. Nothing was too much to ask. They booked two restaurants for us...Biala Roza and Pod Aniolami...both outstanding meals. As well as arranging side trips for us and airport transportation. Thank you all for making our New Years trip to Krakow a memorable one. Highly recommend the Borgoria for a Krakow break."
"Our first visit to krakow and we were lucky enough to pick this hotel. Absolutely faultless from the friendly greeting on arrival to the same when we left. If you want somewhere loud and with a bar this isnt the place for you. Its quiet, warm, friendly and immaculately clean. The rooms are spotless with coffee and tea, small water bottles relenished daily and free, a mini bar that you do have a small price to pay. Location is perfect with all you need a short walk away. The rooms were cleaned daily and always lovely and warm. I really cant reccommend this hotel enough and as an added bonus even when we had to check out by 12 they were more than happy to look after our cases and we could sit and have coffee in the lounge to wait for our airport pick up at 18.30. Perfect. "