Hotel pod Różą

Location: Kraków
Execution: 2020
Usable area: 4060 m2

Located just a stone’s throw away from Krakow’s iconic Main Square, the city’s oldest hotel stands as a testament to both its rich history and its commitment to modern hospitality.

Following its recent refurbishment, this four-storey establishment, nestled within the former Renaissance palace of Prospero Provano, now effortlessly combines centuries-old charm with contemporary comfort.

The refurbishment was comprehensive, touching every corner of the hotel, from the opulent hotel rooms to the restaurant and conference spaces. Each of the 56 rooms has been meticulously redesigned. Every detail has been carefully curated to ensure the utmost comfort and satisfaction.

The hotel’s restaurant conference spaces have been transformed into dynamic venues, perfect for hosting events of all sizes. Designed to inspire, equipped with the latest technology, these spaces offer a sophisticated setting for all quests.

In the depths of its Gothic basements, a truly remarkable space has been crafted, where history and modernity converge in a harmonious blend. Here, amidst the ancient brick and limestone of the Krakow-Częstochowa Jura, a sense of timeless beauty pervades.

The finishing materials chosen for this space are a testament to the hotel’s commitment to preserving and enhancing its historic surroundings. Noble marbles, selected for their refined elegance, seamlessly complement the Gothic architecture, creating an atmosphere of understated luxury and tranquility.