Pod Roza is one of Krakow's oldest hotels, dating back to the 17th century and has hosted guests from Tsars to Grand Dukes. It is superbly located, directly between the Old Town Square and St. Florian's gate, on a street buzzing with life and brimming with cafes, bars & restaurants.
The hotel has 2 enticing restaurants, and they offer some unique dining experiences. The larger, which serves international cuisine, has a light, contemporary feel, with a glass roof that comes into its own during the Summer months. On the other hand the Italian, Amarone, will transport you away to the charms of Tuscany. Here you''ll find a string of cosy rooms that would be ideal for a romantic dinner.
Pod Roza also features its own Wine Cellar. This charming medieval hideaway is a lovely place for a quiet drink, with a host of Italian wines on hand.
Please note a local city tax of PLN1.60 (approx 35p) per adult per day is payable directly to the hotel.