At the Copernicus Restaurant, Guests may taste the dishes prepared according to the old polish recipes interpreted in an innovative manner by the Chef – Marcin Filipkiewicz. Every meal can be accompanied by excellent wine from our extensive wine list or followed by our Sommelier’s suggestion.
Each month our Chef invites you to sample the new tasting menu.
The Copernicus Hotel is an ideal venue for atmospheric, small wedding receptions. The stylish Fireplace room can accommodate 20 people. This is where your dream wedding can come true, replete with live mood music, perfect menu, friendly staff and wedding guests sipping aperitifs on the rooftop terrace with a stunning view of Royal Wawel Castle and Old Town roofs. On our Guests’ special order we prepare delicious, eye-catching wedding cake. During each event we do our best to give it a unique touch and make it an unforgettable experience.
Krakow is a perfect destination for a romantic honeymoon or wedding anniversary. During the sunny summer mornings exclusively for our Honeymooners we can offer breakfast on the open air roof top terrace with a glass of champagne. During the day Guests may enjoy the visiting of historical Krakow and in the evening horse carriage rides you for romantic candlelit dinner . We are happy to follow all your special requests.
In the historic Gothic cellars of the Copernicus Hotel, the Copernicus Spa by L’Occitane found its place. You will experience a sensual pleasure of our treatments & massages.
L’Occitane is a French brand offering natural cosmetic. Products and protocols are inspired by Nature. Every gesture, every ingredient, every ritual is drawn from a page of the L’Occitane grand herbarium, a resource of hundreds of essential oils and natural ingredients. The escape begins with scent. From the moment you enter the Copernicus Spa by L’Occitane, the fragrances transport you to start your sensorial journey...
Wieliczka Salt Mine is the only mining establishment in the world active continuously since the Middle Ages, and one of the most famous of Poland’s tourist attractions. In 1978 the mine was entered into UNESCO’s First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage. The miners have been creating the mine for over seven centuries, by extracting rock salt from its deposits. The result of their work under the city of Wieliczka is a labyrinth of underground tunnels on nine levels, between 64 and 327 meters deep. The mine is made up of approximately 3 thousand chambers connected with tunnels with a total length of 300 kilometers. Located only 15 km from Krakow.
All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide, and the Holocaust. It was established by Germans in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim, a Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis. Its name was changed to Auschwitz, which also became the name of Konzentrationslager Auschwitz. Located only 79 km from Cracow.