The Bonerowski Palace is a luxury hotel in the heart of Krakow’s Old Town. Dating back to the 13th century, it was then significantly renovated in the 19th century, at which time the entire building was raised up to three floors and a new staircase was added.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the building has many remarkable features, including a 70-foot-long chandelier in the lobby (the longest in Europe), a Gothic pillar on the first floor and a 17th-century polychrome on the second floor. It was opened as a hotel in 2007 and has been named the best luxury hotel in Poland. The palace is perfectly situated to explore Krakow as it is within walking distance of a number of important attractions, including the Czartoryski Museum, the Collegium Maius building of Jagiellion University, the Dominican Church, the Franciscan Church and the Barbakan fortress. The palace windows also provide an exceptional view of St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall, St Wojciech Church and the Adam Mickiewicz monument.
The Bonerowski Palace is located in the center of Krakow at the corner of Sw. Jana Street and the Old Market Square. It features 15 guest rooms and apartments, and nightly prices range from around $150 for a deluxe room to more than $300 for an apartment.