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Staying in Krakow at the Pollera hotel, 100 euro a night


Poor Edward 10 | 154  
23 Aug 2008 /  #1
Im staying in Krakow next week and the hotal Pollera are offering me a single room for 100 euro a night inc. breakfast, it came recommended from a guy who used to live there. I s worth it or can anyone recommend anywher else to stay? I was told that "John Street" was a good place to stay with loads of clubs and eaterias on it. Any suggestions are welcome.
polishgirltx  
23 Aug 2008 /  #2
I was told that "John Street" was a good place to stay with loads of clubs and eaterias on it.

if you stay anywhere in the Old Town, there are many clubs and bars... i can't recommend you any hotel, because i have no idea...

ha, i'm so jealous... ;)
OP Poor Edward 10 | 154  
23 Aug 2008 /  #3
ha, i'm so jealous

As am I, you grew up round these parts, no? And I only get 4 days here. Ah, this time next week Ill hopefully be in the arms of some "miały Polska anioł", trying to convince her to come back to Ireland with me.
polishgirltx  
23 Aug 2008 /  #4
As am I, you grew up round these parts, no? And I only get 4 days here

yes....you should live there...;)

Ah, this time next week Ill hopefully be in the arms of some "miały Polska anioł", trying to convince her to come back to Ireland with me.

ahem....have fun :)

"miały Polska anioł"

mały polski aniołek
OP Poor Edward 10 | 154  
23 Aug 2008 /  #5
mały polski aniołek

Dlaczego???

yes....you should live there...;)

After the week Ive had all thats holding me back now is my drunken state :)
polishgirltx  
23 Aug 2008 /  #6
Dlaczego???

i don't know....ask people who invented Polish grammar... ;)

now is my drunken state :)

ah....you are still growing up.... lol
OP Poor Edward 10 | 154  
23 Aug 2008 /  #7
i don't know....ask people who invented Polish grammar

Are they on this forum?? Cos I want to have a word with them over this language lark :) lol

ah....you are still growing up.... lol

No, im finished with all that now, thats why I drink!! But seriously the thought of moving to Poland endears me this last while its the only place Ive ever thought I could just live a normal life. :)
toty 1 | 36  
24 Aug 2008 /  #8
100 euro in night... its alot much ....offcourse some hotels more less than that
jkn005 1 | 127  
24 Aug 2008 /  #9
You can rent out a vacation flat for less then that.
toty 1 | 36  
24 Aug 2008 /  #10
ya flat is not bad... but how much?

i know hotels in polanda about 40 dollar in night
Moonlighting 31 | 233  
25 Aug 2008 /  #11
I stayed twice at IBIS CENTRUM, few minutes walk from Rynek Glowny.
Very good although it has the lack of personality of each international chain.
ibishotel.com/gb/home/index.shtml

It's cheaper though than your 100eur hotel.

And there are indeed much cheaper Polish hotels or pensions but I don't personally know any.
ParisJazz - | 172  
25 Aug 2008 /  #12
I spent a night in warsaw 10 days ago, couldn't get anything for less than 160 zloties for a room that has a shower. That's about €50 and I find it rather steep for a low range hotel. Then drove up north to Olsztyn and i couldn't get anything for less than 92 zloties for a room with no shower. Rooms with shower were priced at about 150 minimum.

PJ
navg8r - | 8  
25 Aug 2008 /  #13
Check out inyourpocket.com and look in the hotels section for Krakow. There are many places to consider that's less than 100 euros a night, especially apartments in market square. I had a friend visit from out of town and reserved him a place on the corner of market square for around 70-80 euro a night, including breakfast. I think the place was called Old Town Apartments.
jkn005 1 | 127  
25 Aug 2008 /  #14
You can look at this site.
apartamenty24.pl/index.php

It varies. 40/ dollars is a little more then 80 pln.

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