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Hotel Faraon Kielce Star Rating 3        
Ul. Stara 6

This unassuming hotel with an Egyptian theme is 2 km from the shopping on Sienkiewicz Street, and 3 km from both Muzeum Narodowe w Kielcach and the Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce.The airy rooms feature Egyptian motifs, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Limited room service is offered.
Hotel Kameralny Star Rating 3        
Tarnowska 7

This polished hotel, set in Kielce, lies 2 km from both the 17th-century Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce and the artwork at the Muzeum Narodowe w Kielcach.Offering flat-screen TVs, the understated rooms also have free Wi-Fi; some have balconies.Free breakfast is provided.
Hotel Dal Star Rating 3        
Piotrkowska 12

This modern hotel with a glass facade in the city center is a 6-minute walk from the Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce, a 7-minute walk from the shopping area of Sienkiewicz Street and a 12-minute walk from the Dworzec PKP railway station.The casual rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels.Breakfast is included and served in a casual dining room.
Citi-Hotel Star Rating 2        
Paderewskiego 4c

This low-key, downtown hotel is a 4-minute stroll from the shops on Sienkiewicz Street, a 9-minute walk from Dworzec PKP train station and 600 m from the Palace of the Kraków Bishops.The simple rooms come with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.A breakfast buffet is served in a relaxed dining room (fee).
Hotel Restauracja Karczowka Star Rating 2        
Karczówkowska 64

This down-to-earth hotel is 3 km from the shops of the historic Henryk Sienkiewicz Street, 4 km from the Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce and 12 km from the stalactites of Paradise Case.The modest rooms with simple decor feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.There's free breakfast and parking.
Hotel Willa Hueta Star Rating 3        
Ul. Juliusza Słowackiego 25

This classic hotel in an early 20th-century, neo-renaissance villa with a grand exterior is 1 km from both Pałac Biskupów Krakowskich, a 17th-century bishops' palace, and the shops and historic buildings of Henryk Sienkiewicz street.The polished rooms have midcentury or relaxed decor and come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms add balconies or terraces.
Hotel Eljot Star Rating 3        
ul. Staszica 13

Surrounded by a pine forest, this casual hotel is a 3-minute walk from Jezioro Sielpia lake and 12 minutes' walk from the agricultural and historic exhibits at the Muzeum Techniki Zagłębia Staropolskiego.The straightforward rooms come with flat-screen TVs. Some rooms feature sitting areas, and a suite adds a separate living space.
Lesny Dwor Hotel Kielce Star Rating 2        
Ul. Szczepaniaka 40

Situated in woodlands, this country-style hotel is 3 km from both the Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce and the shopping on Sienkiewicz Street.Traditionally decorated rooms feature antique accents and furnishings, along with free Wi-Fi and TVs. Upgraded rooms add balconies with forest views, while suites add sitting areas.
Hotel Grafit Star Rating 4        
ul. Kielecka 120

Set on Expressway S74, this funky hotel in a sleek building is 8 km from downtown Kielce and 9 km from the 17th-century Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce.Trendy, modern rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded suites add living rooms, balconies, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Bristol Hotel Kielce Star Rating 2        
ul. Henryka Sienkiewicza 21

Set in the center of Kielce's Old Town, this historic hotel is 3 minutes' walk from Dawny Pałac Biskupów Krakowskich museum and 4 minutes' walk from both Bazylika katedralna Wniebowzięcia NMP cathedral and the shops of Sienkiewicz Street.The relaxed, warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and chic en suite bathrooms.Continental breakfast is served in a bright, refined dining room with a chandelier.
 
 
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Kielce is a city in south central Poland with 199,475 inhabitants. It is also the capital city of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship since 1999, previously in Kielce Voivodeship.