Try the Copernicus branded, homemade and bottled Vodka.
At the Hotel Copernicus, you'll discover carefully preserved medieval portals, figures of saints, and polychromes dating back to the 1500s. Named for Nicolaus Copernicus, the famous astronomer, the hotel's 29 rooms and suites are all designed with sumptuous wood furnishings, handwoven rugs, and hardwood floors. Ask to stay in the Coat of Arms Suite - featuring a wooden beam ceiling dating back to 1370, and 16th-century paintings, including a beautifully preserved fresco of Maria Immaculata.
The Michelin-rated Copernicus Restaurant has served meals to Nobel Prize-winning poets and famous politicians. In the summer, have a glass of wine (there are over 200 varieties) on the rooftop terrace, with a remarkable view of Royal Wawel Castle.
The hotel is close to many cultural venues, including the Polonia House and Krakow National Museum; the latter boasting a comprehensive modern art collection.