A beautifully restored historic hotel, and formerly the stamping ground of Tsar Aleksander I and Franz Liszt. Recent renovations have done nothing to disturb the character and rooms come with state-of-the-art facilities, Persian rugs and important looking antiques. Reputed to be the oldest hotel in Kraków, the Latin inscription above Pod Róża's Renaissance doorway reads 'May this building stand until an ant drinks the ocean, and a tortoise circles the earth'. So far, so good.
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