The renovated 19th century tenement house conceals Hotel Indigo and a charming restaurant. The place is imbued with artistic spirit, which it may owe to the nearby Cracow Academy of Fine Arts. The decor is a showcase of attention to historical detail combined with more contemporary references: adorning the walls are pieces by the founders of the Polish poster school. The chef is an artist, too. The contents of his plates are as delectable as they are beautiful. And since he is a proponent of “slow food” principles, the menu he created takes inspiration from regional flavours, with game, fish and local cheeses reigning supreme – often served in a surprising form. PSST! Works by Matejko and Wyspiański displayed in hotel rooms encourage you to spend the night.