Top 2 Castle Hotels Near Kraków, Poland - Updated 2024

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With plenty of historic sites and structures, Kraków is an excellent destination for lovers of history. You can start your trip from St. Mary’s Basilica, a famous landmark with two towers. You can get to know about the past of the region at Wawel Royal Castle as it not only showcases gorgeous architecture but also houses a museum. The National Museum in Krakow is another great place to learn about the culture of the city. To witness exhibits from the era of World War II, you can head to Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory. For a unique underground experience, Wieliczka Salt Mine is the place to be.

To make your stay in this historical city even more memorable, you can consider booking a castle hotel. Check out these top castle hotels near Kraków, Poland, to go back in time.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 14, 2024.

1. Zamek Królewski w Niepołomicach (from USD 70)

Originally constructed on orders of King Casimir the Great, this castle came under the control of various monarchs during different periods. Over the ages, it has served as a defensive building, the center for royal conventions, and even as the sanctuary for the royal court during an epidemic.

Today, it not only houses a lovely hotel but also a restaurant and a convention center. The comfortable rooms feature masterfully crafted oak furniture, creating a warm ambiance. You can start your day here by taking advantage of an excellent breakfast, and then you can go on a walk and check out the intricate carvings on the old canons on the grounds. You can also see interesting vintage pieces at the on-site Niepołomickie Museum.

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Zamek Królewski w Niepołomicach

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: ul. Zamkowa 2

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Garden Non-smoking rooms

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2. Zamek Korzkiew (from USD 251)

Believed to have been built as a residential tower in the 14th century, this castle came under several owners over the course of time and underwent many additions. Subsequently, it fell into ruin and was only restored much later after historical and architectural research.

Parts of the castle’s exterior still display a medieval aesthetic and the interiors have been beautifully refurbished. While it is fitted with modern comforts and amenities for guests’ comfort, many period pieces have also been preserved to retain the vintage charm. You can expect a peaceful stay as there are only four rooms, which showcase gorgeous furniture, paintings, and chandeliers. Every morning, you can savor a buffet breakfast in the dining room, which is beautifully set and has exposed-brick walls.

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Zamek Korzkiew

Address: Korzkiew

Parking Pets allowed Meeting/banquet facilities Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle Family rooms

Delve into the past in Kraków

With a rich history that covers everything from the medieval ages to World War II, Kraków is an amazing destination. Book one of these top castle hotels for a fantastic stay in this illustrious city in Poland!

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Eugene Daszewski

Eugene Daszewski

I believe that Kraków is one of the best places to visit and to live. Maybe it's because of Wawel Chakra, which is considered to be one of the place of enourmous power?! Or maybe thanks to its unique mixture of the Old Town, Jewish history and the communist legacy?! Or perhaps the famous polish pierogies and kielbasa?! I believe that everyone will find something for himself. During 8 years of ... Read more

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