Spend a few nights in the gorgeous Polish seaside town of Międzyzdroje, and take your pick from these places to rest your head. From luxury spas to tranquil guesthouses to family hotels, there is a place for everyone in this town that attracts tourists from far and wide in the summer months.
For a comfortable luxury stay in Międzyzdroje, spend a few relaxing nights at Spa Bagiński & Chabinka. As the name suggests, this is a hotel with a spa and swimming pool complex. It is also handily located just a few minutes’ walk from the beach. There is parking available, and the hotel has 72 rooms across four floors. All rooms have Wi-Fi and are equipped with a bathroom, hairdryer, telephone, safe and television. Every room also has a balcony.
For those who simply want to be as close to the beach and pier as possible, stay at the Hotel Aurora. Although this is a lively venue in the heart of Międzyzdroje’s street life, there are plenty of opportunities to relax here. The beach and pier are a three-minute walk and the wax museum is a one-minute walk. There are two restaurants on-site, both licensed. Rooms have free Wi-Fi and breakfast included, and if you want to upgrade, you can get a room with a superb view over the pier and beach.
Housed in an elegant three-storey mansion just a five-minute walk from Międzyzdroje’s pier is another Spa Hotel with a good reputation. The Hotel Trofana Wellness & SPA offers you an enchanting and relaxing stay. Rooms are bright and modern and have desks, television and free Wi-Fi. A breakfast buffet is included in the price. As well as an indoor swimming pool, there is a sauna, a jacuzzi and the option to pay for a massage. There is luggage storage and bike rental available as well.
The popular Golden Tulip Hotel is located on Gryfa Pomorskiego in the west part of Międzyzdroje, away from the hustle and bustle of the pier, the bars and the amusements. This makes for a more tranquil and relaxed place to rest your head. It’s a very family-friendly hotel with parking, free Wi-Fi and a free breakfast buffet. There is a children’s club for an extra fee and plenty of different types of room options within the hotel’s 110 rooms.
A fine option for those wanting to stay on a quiet street in Międzyzdroje is Willa Róż. It’s a guesthouse in a residential area that allows you to live in a local neighbourhood yet still be situated only a ten to fifteen-minute walk from the main pier, gardens and beach. Each room is furnished slightly differently with a ‘rose’ theme – white rose, pink rose, red rose. All rooms are well-kept and very modern and pristine. The guesthouse has pretty gardens, where you can chill out in a romantic and tranquil setting.
Just across from Międzyzdroje’s famous ‘Avenue of Stars’ (Aleja Gwiazd) sits the Hotel Nautilus on a prominent corner. It is one of the closest hotels to Międzyzdroje beach. It is a popular hotel with German tourists, and as such many of the staff can speak Polish and German. This is also one of the veteran tourist hotels in the town, as it has been open since 1993. It is a distinctive building with four floors and an outdoor beer garden. You can request a room with a view. Rooms with mini-kitchens are also available, and all rooms have television and Wi-Fi. Some rooms have sofa beds.
Most tourists visiting Międzyzdroje head to the town centre and area near the beach and pier for their accommodation. However, there are many tranquil and cheaper options on the outskirts of the town and even better – close to the train station. Willa Karmazyn is a cosy little guesthouse for those who want a good night’s sleep away from the main activities and noise in the town centre. The rooms are well maintained and very modern, fresh and pristine. Willa Karmazyn has free parking, free Wi-Fi and is just a three-minute walk from Międzyzdroje train station.