Pod Roza Hotel is the oldest hotel in Krakow. It is located between the Florianska Gate and the Main Square, in the heart of old town. The hotel is on the busy Royal Route, which leads millions of tourist straight to the Royal castle.
Since the 17th century it has played host to numerous international luminaries. Tsar Alexander I of Russia, Grand Duke Constantine Romanov, Persian emissary to Napoleon Mohamed Riza, Franz Liszt, Honoré de Balzac are amongt many eminent guests that stayed here.
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– Latin proverb, engraved at the entrance of the palace guarantees that nothing will change for the centuries to come: “May this house stay here until the ant drinks all of the sea water and the turtle ends its route around the world”.