We are in Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter of Krakow which is becoming the coolest and most innovative part of the Polish city. The creative awakening has attracted lifestyle brand PURO Hotels that have decided strategically to place in this part of the city its fifth property, precisely to meet the needs of creative designers, design lovers, and art lovers.
In fact, PURO Kraków Kazimierz, designed by ASW Architects and Conran & Partners, has been tastefully decorated and has a particular focus on installations, street art, and modern design. In the 228 rooms, as well as in the suites and common areas of the hotel, there are numerous renowned brands in the field of furniture such as: Carl Hansen & Son, Fritz Hansen, ByLassen, Mater, Gubi, Moroso, Baxter, Fogia and Kettal, next to the & Tradition fixtures and hand-knotted carpets by Golran 1898.
The care and quality of the project proposed by PURO Kraków Kazimierz can also be guessed by the fact that two street artists were hired to make the experience in this structure truly special. Nawer painted a futuristic mural on the walls of the reception, the visual artist Mateusz Szczypiński contributed two collage of landscapes and the Spanish Javier Martin designed a neon light installation to welcome guests. To complete the whole there are also three different works of art inspired by Kazimierz made by five Polish illustrators.
This hotel promises a stimulating and quality experience, to discover the beauty of a neighborhood that has so much to offer, inside and outside.