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The stylish Aparthotel Florian offers affordable and comfortable accommodation in the heart of Cracow (Krakow), Poland.

If you're planning to stay in Krakow with family or friends an apartment can often be a better choice than hotel accommodation.

Ideal for tourist groups who like eating out in Krakow restaurants and spending the day visiting the sights in and around Krakow.

All apartments have satellite television and Wi-Fi.

Apartments for two people in Krakow:
One bedroom with a separated kitchenette and a private bathroom.

Apartment Prince II: (sleeps two)
This historical ground floor flat contains a separate dining room with kitchenette. Art lovers will be delighted with examples of Polish landscape paintings, wonderful sculptured chairs with a cordovan alluring to famous Gdansk furniture and a massive interwar cupboard.

Apartment Lviv II:
This two-person apartment features furniture from the legendary Cracow firm of Szymon Manne, including an Art Nouveau wardrobe and a two-metre long, brass framed wall mirror.

Apartment Lviv I:
Although ideal for two people, this apartment could sleep three with an extra bed. On display in the kitchen area are two marvelous still-life paintings by Max Otto Beyer, from the end of the 19th century.

Apartment Prince IV:
Three people can relax comfortably in this flat with finely upholstered antique furniture.

Apartments for four people in Krakow:
One sleeping room, a living room with with sofa-bed, kitchenette and private bathroom.

Apartment Prince III:
Located on the first-floor, this Krakow apartment has a large living room with kitchenette, good-sized bedroom and wet-room.

Apartment Prince V: (sleeps four to five)
Second-floor apartment with one bedroom and a large living room and a painting by the 19th century Ukrainian painter, Iwan Trusz.

Apartment Prince VI:
Spacious flat with two rooms. The living room includes a large table for family meals, surrounded by tasteful chairs in a Louis XV style. A stylish lamp throws out an amber light and the large wall mirror reflects the ambiance further.

Apartment Prince VII:
Although the apartment only has one bedroom, there is a sleeping area in the living room.

Apartment Nobleman VII:
Spacious accommodation that could sleep five people in two rooms.

Apartment for six people in Krakow:
With two bedrooms in an apartment, larger groups can save on the need for booking two or three hotel rooms.

Apartment Cracow XX:
Once through the blue hallway, this apartment contains two bedrooms, a bathroom and a large living room with kitchenette and dining corner.

Apartment Cracow XIX:
Located in a quieter location at the back of the house. This apartment has two bedrooms. An extra bed can be placed in the living room for larger groups.

Apartment Vienna:
This very spacious accommodation, furnished in a Neo-Rococo style, offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Booking two or three hotel rooms for six people may not always a problem, but sometimes there is a lack of availability in city centre hotels.

Renting a larger apartment for a few days makes sure that the whole group can stay together.

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