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“The host was extremely accommodating and friendly. He was only ever a phone-call away and always happy to drop in should there be any issues (although not likely to have issues). The apartment itself was more than big enough for the two of us and had absolutely everything we needed for a weekend away. It was clean, tidy and in a PERFECT location (very central - without the noise).”
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“Amazing location, literally a few steps away from the main square, yet very quiet, modern furniture. Most of all, Jakub the owner, was very helpful kind, he arranged for us a tour to Auschwitz the very last moment and also find us a taxi for the airport at a very reasonable price. We would definitely stay there again! ”
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“The excellent communication of our host. Jacob met us promptly at mutually agreeable time and same at checkout. Friendly helpful charming man. Definitely recommend this apartment and location was perfect”
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“Just got back from a stay here and could not fault one bit! Jakob was so helpful from before we even got there, he replied to our messages straight away arranged airport transfers and trip to Auschwitz. Also thank you very much to Michael for driving us and again being so helpful and informative . The location was perfect right in the main market square . The apartment was lovely! Everything you needed was there and was spotlessly clean . Can’t recommend enough. We will definitely be booking a return trip and would not stay anywhere else. Thank you! ”
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“Nice comfortable studio apartment in a great location only 50 metres from main square. The host Jacob was very helpful and friendly.”
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“The apartment was exactly what you see in the website the manage was so helpful as we traveled without a power adapter he when straight away to get us one the apartment was so inviting warm clean very modern the bed was exceptional comfortable if I was to return to krakow I would definitely stay there again I have already recommended to my friends and family”
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Rolls-Royce has unveiled a new version of the it bills as the "greatest luxury item in the world", which now includes specially commissioned artwork in its interior.

The eighth-generation Phantom features a dashboard panel fashioned from a single piece of glass, allowing three-dimensional artworks of various materials to be installed behind it. Rolls-Royce calls this feature The Gallery.

"The Gallery is an innovation that furthers Rolls-Royce's unparalleled bespoke capabilities," said the car brand's CEO Torsten Müller Ötvös. "Patrons are now invited to commission artworks for their own personal Gallery within Phantom, in essence, bringing art, within art."

Phantom cars are already highly customisable, and the company says its buyers increasingly tend to be collectors of fine and contemporary art.

When purchasing their Phantom, they can now commission work such as a custom 3D-printed stainless-steel and 24-carat-gold panel by German product designer Thorsten Franck , who promises to distill each customer's character into a unique algorithm to create variations in the pattern.

Alternatively, they can choose a ceramic creation based on roses exclusively bred for Rolls-Royce and crafted in ultra-fine porcelain by Bavarian manufacturer Nymphenburg, or a sculpted silk appliqué by British artist Helen Amy Murray, inspired by Rolls-Royce famous hood ornament – a woman leaning forward with cloth billowing behind her.

Rolls-Royce is also offering clay sculptures by London collective Based Upon, diamond-studded textile pieces by British designer Richard Fox, iridescent feathered creations by Swiss studio Nature Squared and abstract paintings by Chinese artist Liang Yuanwei.

The artworks sit around the instruments in the dashboard of the Phantom, a luxury vehicle Rolls-Royce has been making since 1925.

In addition to its artistic credentials, Rolls-Royce is touting the vehicle as "the most silent motor car in the world", with two layers of six-millimetre glazing and more than 130 kilograms of sound insulation through foam and felt.

The car is also designed to make its occupants feel cocooned through "The Embrace", a feature that closes the doors automatically at the touch of a sensor. Rolls-Royce suggests this sensor can be triggered by an assistant, valet or driver themselves.

The idea of The Embrace guides Rolls-Royce design director Giles Taylor's approach to interiors, which are meant to feel like a calm sanctuary with technology hidden away until needed.

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