The Best Places to Stay in Elbląg, Poland

Saint Nicholas Church in Elbląg
Saint Nicholas Church in Elbląg | © Sławomir Milejski / WikiCommons

Elbląg is one of the less touristic cities in Poland but offers visitors many unexpected surprises, from its canals to its pretty Old Town tenement buildings. Some visitors use Elbląg as a stopover city to the death camp at Stutthof, to the border to Russia at Kaliningrad or to the medieval castle at Malbork. If you do make the wise decision to stay here for a night or two, these are the best options for sleeping.

Folwark Żuławski


The splendid Folwark Żuławski Hotel | © Folwark Żuławski
© Folwark Żuławski

Folwark Żuławski is one of the best hotels in the area for pure comfort, luxury and relaxation. It also acts as a stylish rural retreat for those wanting a few nights of peace and tranquility. Situated in the countryside just a few kilometres outside Elbląg, Folwark Żuławski is a modern and spacious hotel with cosy rooms, a superb bar and restaurant and welcoming staff. The venue caters for parties and functions including weddings. All rooms have fast Wi-Fi, free bottled water, air conditioning and a flat-screen television. The restaurant serves up some delightful Polish treats like tatar and pierogi. There is free parking and a large garden patio area.

Hotel Młyn Aqua SPA


The pool at Hotel Młyn Aqua SPA Elbląg | © Hotel Młyn Aqua SPA Elbląg
© Hotel Młyn Aqua SPA Elbląg

For pure luxury and a few days with a spa, enjoy the charms of the Hotel Młyn Aqua SPA. The hotel only has 20 rooms, so be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment. The highlights are the full-service spa, the swimming pool and the children’s playground. Guests can make use of two swimming pools, a sauna, massages and meeting rooms for business. A buffet breakfast is provided daily and is included in the room charge. All rooms have tea and coffee-making facilities, air conditioning, free toiletries and a flat-screen television. There is a desk in each room as well as free Wi-Fi and bottled water. A range of Polish food, drinks and alcoholic beverages are available from the restaurant and bar.

Hotel Elbląg


Reception at the Hotel Elbląg | © Hotel Europa Elbląg
© Hotel Europa Elbląg

Hotel Elbląg has a perfect location in the heart of Elbląg’s Stary Rynek (Old Town). For those wanting to be near all the main sights, bars, cafés and restaurants, this is a brilliant hotel to experience how life in Elbląg really happens. It has a full spa, an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness centre and a free children’s club. There are 85 rooms here, all with free Wi-Fi. For business customers there is a 24-hour business centre. All rooms have free toiletries, a coffee and tea maker and a minibar. There is also a desk and a flat-screen television in every room. Breakfast is available for a surcharge.

Atrium Hotel


Atrium Hotel in Elblag | © Atrium Hotel
© Atrium Hotel

Hotel Atrium in Elblag is housed inside a converted 16th-century townhouse that survived the First and Second World Wars. It is a trendy hotel situated in the heart of the Old Town near the famous Market Entrance Gate. It is a small and compact hotel with 14 rooms and a downstairs bar and lounge. Staff speak multiple languages, including English, Polish, German and Russian, as the city is located near the Russia border (buses run daily to Kaliningrad). A free continental breakfast is included and there is free Wi-Fi in every room.

Hotel Wiwaldi


A room in Hotel Wiwaldi Elblag | © Hotel Wiwaldi Elblag
© Hotel Wiwaldi Elblag

Hotel Wiwaldi is a centrally located hotel and restaurant in the Old Town of Elbląg. It is a compact and modern hotel with 20 rooms. There is a 24-hour business centre and a free children’s club. Every day newspapers are provided free in the lobby, but breakfast is available for an extra charge. Bicycle rental is available for those wanting to explore the canals of Elbląg and the nearby region. All rooms have free toiletries, a desk, a flat-screen television and a hair dryer. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and each room also comes with free bottled water. This is a great option for those who want to stay in the city centre on a mid-range budget.

Arbiter Hotel


The Arbiter Hotel in Elblag | © Arbiter Hotel
© Arbiter Hotel

The Arbiter Hotel is a grand and elegant hotel that occupies a prominent position on Plac Słowiański. It is one of the largest hotels in Elbląg. The Arbiter Hotel spans four floors and boasts 112 rooms. There is a nightclub inside the hotel as well as two restaurants and seven conference rooms. There is a business centre and function suite. There is free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a television in every room. The hotel is literally across the road from the main streets of Elbląg’s Old Town and has free parking. Breakfast is available for a surcharge.

Hotel Pod Lwem


Hotels Elblag
©Hotel Pod Lwem

Hotel Pod Lwem is centrally located in the city of Elbląg in Poland’s Masuria region. The hotel has 35 rooms on five levels; each floor is decorated with a different colour and each room has its own unique style, so you are in for a surprise. All rooms are equipped with a television, a telephone and an internet socket with free, unlimited access. There is also free Wi-Fi in every room. Rooms can be hired for conferences and business meetings. Hotel Pod Lwem also has a restaurant and bar with Polish cuisine at the forefront.

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