Krakow Hotel

Feb 19th, 2007, 06:28 AM
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I haven't stayed in a low-end hotel in Krakow, but stayed right near the Campanile and saw it, and do think that is a good location and choice in that category. It's in a quieter area, also.

It would be perfectly safe for a teenager who only speaks English to walk around the main square area. It isn't a dangerous place or anything, it's a major city and is used to tourists. I would think a hotel right on the main square would be noisy, but you'd have to go with the reviews. I imagine such a hotel could have rooms over the square as well as in the back, and it might differ. There aren't really hardly any hotels right on the square anyway, though, although I can think of one that is higher end and maybe the one you are thinking of.
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Feb 19th, 2007, 07:08 AM
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We stayed at the Radisson, which was an easy walk to the square. The decor is very futuristic---like nothing I've ever seen. We had to take pictures of our room. Your teens would love it.
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Feb 19th, 2007, 07:12 AM
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Oh, I'm so sorry, I totally missed that. Thank you!
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