This is another hotel conversion of a 19th-century palace, but all the same a very welcome addition to accommodations options in the luxury bracket. Architect Józef Pokutyński’s opulent Ostaszewski Palace was completed in 1895, but sadly allowed to decay after World War II. Its recent renovation has seen it transformed into 24 four-star rooms in soothing pastel colors, all with heated bathroom floors, some with separate showers and tubs. A sauna is also provided, while the restaurant, bar and patio are done out in similar historic style.
Ostoya Palace Hotel
Ul. Józefa Piƚsudskiego 24
Our Rating Neighborhood Near Old Town Transportation Tram 15, 18: Uniwersytet Jagielloński Phone 012/430-90-00 Prices Doubles 234 z–310 z Units 24 Amenities Restaurant, pub, conference facilities, free Wi-Fi Web site Ostoya Palace HotelBook a Room Now
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