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The 10 Best Hotels In Gdańsk, Poland

Gdansk | © neufal54/Pixabay
Gdansk | © neufal54/Pixabay
The picturesque city of Gdansk in Poland is increasingly becoming a popular tourist destination. The city is attractive for its historical architecture, narrow atmospheric streets and the smell of the sea in the air. The Culture Trip presents the best hotels to stay in while visiting Gdansk.

Hanza Hotel

Hotel Hanza
Hotel Hanza | © Hotel Hanza/WikiCommons
Hanza Hotel is located at the heart of the historical city center on the Motława River and near the Crane, one of Gdansk’s landmarks. The four-star hotel offers single and double rooms as well as junior and presidential suites. Some special features of the hotel include a spa, conference rooms and pet-friendly policies. The hotel is also home to the Kokieteria Restaurant which serves a cuisine based on regional products and inspired by Gdansk culinary traditions. Price: Luxury
This five-star boutique hotel is situated in a carefully restored baroque mansion located right above the river Motlawa and within walking distance to the Old Town. The stylish and warm interior of the hotel is also characterized by its functionality. Many of the rooms overlook the picturesque banks of the river with boats anchored and lights reflected on the water. With carefully chosen details and their antique and comfortable furniture, your stay in Hotel Podewils is likely to turn into a journey into 18th-century Gdansk. Price: Luxury
Another hotel located by the riverbank, Hotel Gdansk offers 96 comfortable rooms with charming views to the old town and the picturesque yacht marina. The hotel features the best Spa in Gdansk and one of the most modern Spas in Poland, with seven treatment rooms offering extremely effective treatments, as well as a Sauna Center including a Finnish sauna, a steam sauna and a saline-ice cave. Restaurant Hotel Gdansk, situated within the hotel, offers Polish and Gdansk regional cuisine, while the historical on-site brewery Brovarnia is a compulsory visit for anyone who wants to try the best craft beers in the city. Price: Luxury
This modern hotel opened in August 2013 is located in the heart of Gdansk’s Old Town, just 50 meters away from the medieval Artus Court, Długa Street and the Great Crane. The hotel offers luxurious rooms and suites with free Wi-Fi. Each room in Apart Neptune features a safe, a minibar and an electric kettle as well as a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower. The staff in the hotel is friendly and ready to help, whether it’s organizing your sightseeing tour or helping with transfers. Price: Mid-range
The five-star luxurious Dwór Oliwski Hotel lies in the very heart of the Tricity Landscape Park, situated in the historical district of Gdansk – Oliwa. The place is enchantingly beautiful and offers a unique atmosphere. Designed for guests who appreciate ornate design, the finest cuisine and professional service, this hotel is perfect for romantic getaways and weddings. Price: Luxury
The brick walls of this boutique hotelcombined with its location in the heart of the Old Town create the historic atmosphere of this unique place. Luxury, comfort and sophisticated interior design characterize the rooms while exquisite dishes and top-class wines are to be expected in Grand Cru Restaurant, situated on the lower ground floor. The hotel offers impeccable service, delicious breakfasts and a location only a short walk away from the city’s main attractions. Price: Luxury
This modern three-star hotel features an original sailor-themed design inspired by the Yacht Marina situated in the vicinity. The view over the Old Town and the yacht from the hotel rooms is breathtaking. The hotel is comprised of 34 spacious, air-conditioned rooms and suites, with separate leisure spaces and functional kitchenettes. Practical without compromising on atmosphere, this is a hotel for those looking to make the most of their trip. The attractions of the city’s Old Town are also within walking distance. Price: Mid-range
Puro Gdansk is a beautiful and very modern hotel located on the edge of the Old Town area. The rooms, although small, are very comfortable and equipped with some modern design elements such as a tablet to control the lights, as well as a TV and air conditioning. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and free coffee anytime to their guests. Price: Luxury
The Beethoven Hotel is fully-equipped with ample double bedrooms, spacious studios and a luxury apartment. Many modern amenities can be found in Beethoven such as a suitably placed elevator, a monitored, air-conditioned underground car parking lot as well as plenty of room in their secured outdoor parking. Two modern air-conditioned conference rooms, each of which can accommodate up to 45 people, will cater for guests visiting for business. The hotel also offers a great buffet breakfast. Price: Mid-range
This intimate hotel is beautiful and antique-looking inside and out. As its name suggests, the design of the hotel takes inspiration from the Gothic period. Gotyk House is located in the very heart of the Old Town, in the most beautiful street in Gdansk – Mariacka. The original house, dating back to 1451 and known to be the oldest house in Gdansk. Legend has it that Gotyk House is the place where Nicolaus Copernicus met his housekeeper, presumably his lover, the beautiful Anna Schilling. Price: Mid-range
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