Hotel Panorama in Krakow is an intimate, family-run hotel located just 3 kilometers from the Wawel Hill and at the same time only two bus stops from the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy. Hotel Panorama attractive location also provides direct access to the hub allowing easy access to any chosen location in Krakow , Wieliczka Salt Mine or the highway from Krakow in the direction of Zakopane.
Its convenient location allows you to relax and also avoid the hustle and bustle of the busy city center. They offer accommodation in 20 rooms including single rooms, double and triple. Each room has a bathroom, TV, telephone and wireless internet.
Sleeping rooms adapted for use by disabled people, bar serving drinks until late at night, breakfast is served crack of dawn, hair salon, beauty services or discounts for those using the sauna are just some of the amenities that guests can expect.
The hotel has a parking place for hotel guests - its included in the room rate.
A supermarket is about 500 metres from Panorama. The Sanctuary of God's Mercy in Łagiewniki is only two tram stops away. The Wawel Castle hill is 4 km from the hotel.
Although the hotel is 5 km from Kraków’s centre, guests can easily get there either by car or by public transportation. Tram and bus stops are within 300 metres of the hotel.
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