Hotel is located on Plac Kossaka 1, on the corner of ul. Zwierzyniecka, adjacent to Jubilat Department Store. Designed and built in 1935, the building was the property of the Wasserberg family, who also owned historic Krakow mills in ul. Mogilska. After adaptation works the 7 storey hotel building features the reception, restaurant and lobby on the ground floor, hotel rooms on floors 1 through 5, a conference centre on floor 6 and an observation deck with a multi-purpose room on the top floor.
Hotel offers 55 modern and cosy rooms, equipped with:
- LCD 26
- safe box
- coffee/tea set
- leisure furniture
- ironing board and iron on request
- broadband access to the Internet and Wi-Fi
- adjustable A/C
The Orangery on the seventh floor with area of 150 m2 comprises an observation deck as well as 92 m2 of usable floor area under glazed roof comprising bar and a dance floor. Our guests have fully equipped Fitness Centre (100 m2,) at their disposal featuring a workout room, sauna, massage parlour, IR cabins.
Percheron Restaurant - the breakfast room, dining room and lobby bar, all air-conditioned, are suitable for 100 diners. The restaurant is open from 7 AM to midnight for all guests. A 24/7 room-service is provided for hotel guests.The restaurant can cater for the needs and tastes of individual guests, business people, delegates and diplomats as well as participants of various events, training courses and conferences. We will also offer comprehensive catering services.
Our conference centre located on the sixth floor can accommodate 170 people altogether. We offer 3 conference rooms (for the total of 140 m2) and a foyer (52 m2)at the disposal of participants of conferences, symposia, training courses, and various presentations. They may also use the premises on the top floor, i.e. the observation deck and a multi-purpose club hall.
The Ornagery is a multi-purpose room and the observation deck which is ideal for wedding receptions, dancing events, and business dinners. It is also a place to wind down after a busy day and enjoy your coffee, cocktail or dessert. The place features home cinema and sound systems. The observation deck offers a breathtaking view of Wawel Hill and the royal castle, the Old Town surrounded by Planty (green passageways), and the skyline of the whole city.
"My husband and I were in Krakow April 23 to 27, 2009, and wanted to stay at the Ibis, but since there was no room, they recommended the Kossak. And are we glad they did that!!
This new hotel is beautiful, clean, and with wonderful service. All the staff spoke English. The room we got was on the fifth floor and had a great view of the Wawel Castle and the Vistula River.
The restaurant (Percheron) served a good, tasty breakfast. We did not have dinner there as we wanted to try the many different restaurants.
The room itself was very modern and impeccable. Bed was good and firm. One problem is the strange pillows - one is very large size and the other very small size. We could never figure out what to do as neither one fit the purpose. The air conditioning worked wonderfully. The water pressure was good, and the temperature hot. The toiletries were of good quality, but the housekeeper was on to me and my usual habit of collecting them; she did not replace all those little bottles I had kept hidden in my suitcase.
There is a large Jubilat supermarket in the same block, which made it handy when wanting to purchase candy or chocolate or something to munch on in the room. The location cannot be beat! We walked around and found the Stare Miasto in no time.
We plan to visit Krakow again and will definitely stay at the Kossak. Thank you for your hospitality."