History did not spare this place difficult moments. In July 1850, Krakow was struck by the fire, the largest one in its history. The city was burned almost to the ground. However, the building was rebuilt and already in 1874-1876 enjoyed its former glory again.
Senacki Hotel began to receive guests in 2002. Originally, it was to be a small boutique facility, where tourists can soak up the atmosphere of the old Polish settlement, watching life in its very centre. In 2012, after a thorough renovation of the building, changing its style and interior design, the standard was raised, and now as an intimate, atmospheric facility with 4 stars, the hotel offers an inspiring stop in the very centre of art and culture, which Krakow undoubtedly is.