St. Św. Anny 5
Located in the very heart of the Old Town, Nordic House Apartments offer some of the largest bedrooms in Krakow. From the light spacious rooms you can admire a view of the oldest Jagellonian University building (dating back to the beginning of 15th century).
The central location of the Nordic House Apartments gives you also a wide choice of different bars, pubs and restaurants situated all around the Main Market. Within easy walking distance you will find Main Market Square and Cloth Hall, Wawel Royal Castle and Collegium Maius.
Distance to the nearest guarded car park: 250 meters. Distance to the main railway station: 1 km Distance to the airport: 10 km
NordicHouse Apartments offer you five double rooms (double beds; additional bed on request) with a light spacious interior (from 27 to 36 m2), comfortable and modern furnishings, a bathroom, satellite TV and Internet access. We offer you also a suite – with two separate rooms (22m2, 28m2) with a bathroom, satellite TV, Internet access. The suite recommended for a family with children. The suite can accommodate up to 4 persons. Additional bed on request (paid separately).
Keys are obtained from the Nordic House office (1st floor) until 4 pm. After 4 pm keys are obtained from the Sushi 77 Restaurant(ground floor). Please, ask the bartender for keys. Also, please inform us if you are planning to arrive late at night.
Secured parking next to the Radisson Hotel is about 500m away from Nordic House (extra charge).
In the NordicHouse Apartments only breakfast is served but you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in the Farinella Restaurant, right next to the Nordic House entrance or visit the Florianska Restaurant with a wide choice of Polish and international cuisine.
Nordic Pub is a cosy pub, situated in a cellar from the 16th century. In the air-conditioned interiors disco and karaoke take place. Nordic Pub makes possible to have your own karaoke party. Here you can also join a movie night, watch football or enjoy an exhibition. In summer you can chill yourself out with a glass of beer, in winter you can warm up with a glass of hot Scandinavian wine called Glogg.