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If you're after unpretentious yet smart accommodation in a good central location then Holiday Inn is a safe bet on both counts. The heart of the hotel lies in what was once one of the most fashionable palaces in pre-war Cracow. Many great literary and artistic figures used to hang out here, such as the witty comet Tadeusz Boy-Zelenski. The morose Soviet legacy has been given a fresh makeover and a modern glass extension gives the hotel lots of space to play with. Given that the hotel has as many as 154 rooms, all with air-conditioning, it's a great choice for group bookings. Cracow's historic Market Square is a five minute stroll away.