The Best Hotels in Sopot for Every Traveller

Sopot's wooden pier is the longest in Europe
Sopot's wooden pier is the longest in Europe | © Filip Olejowski / Alamy Stock Photo
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9 January 2021

Sopot is Poland’s upmarket, trendy tourist spot in the summer months. Holidaymakers with a lot of cash love to head here to relax and enjoy cool bars, quirky cafes, modern restaurants and unusual sights. There’s also a superb beach and pier. The town caters for those with a more luxurious budget, resulting in some expensive hotels and resorts. Here is a list of the best places to stay in Sopot.

Hotel Rezydent

Boutique Hotel, Resort
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A pure luxury option here in Sopot is the stylish Hotel Rezydent, a five-star establishment and the best option for those wanting that little more from their stay on Poland’s Baltic coast. Passionate chefs serve up tasty global and local dishes in the hotel’s Pasjami Restaurant. Indulge yourself in the hotel’s large spa complex, with treatments including massages, body scrubs and facials. There is free water in every room, complementary wifi throughout the building and you are just a short walk from Sopot pier and beach. Pets are permitted for a surcharge.


Sheraton Sopot Hotel

Bed and Breakfast, Chain Hotel, Spa Hotel, Hotel
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Occupying a prominent position on Sopot’s glorious seafront overlooking the Baltic Sea, the Sheraton Hotel is the perfect spot for anyone who wants to stay both by the beach and by the popular street Bohaterów Monte Cassino. It’s also only a five-minute walk from the famous building Krzywy Domek (Crooked House) and the best bars, cafes and restaurants in town. Opt for a sea-view suite, if you’re looking to splash out. As this is a prime resort for seafood, the hotel has a cosy maritime-themed restaurant, serving great Polish fish as well as international options. There is also a fitness centre and a sauna and massage complex within the grounds.


Hotel Sopot

Independent Hotel, Bed and Breakfast, Spa Hotel, Hotel
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A stylish and cosy hotel, the simply-named Hotel Sopot is a mere five-minute walk from Sopot Beach and about 2km (1.2mi) from Sopot Pier. It is an upmarket hotel with a Scandi-style interior. Choose from standard doubles up to a swanky apartment with its own sauna and sea views. Expect fine dining at the high-end Restaurant No 88 with artfully-designed dishes. Families will appreciate the kids club and food menu, plus there’s a spa and fitness room for adults, too.


Hotel Bayjonn

Independent Hotel, Hotel
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Right at the heart of Sopot’s main strip, by the beach and pier, you’ll find the sleek Hotel Bayjonn. It’s central location is the real draw here. With a more intimate feel than others on this list, the modern rooms come with plush beds and coffee machines. Upgrade for a terrace or promenade view. During the winter months, when temperatures drop below zero, make the most of the hotel’s sauna. Don’t forget to book a table at the on-site Thai restaurant – try the red duck curry.


Sofitel Grand Sopot

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Thanks to the location of the Sofitel Grand Sopot Hotel, it’s no longer a dream to wake up on the Baltic coast by Sopot beach. Dating back to 1927, this hotel has endured Gdańsk’s “Free City of Danzig”, World War II, the communist regime and the Solidarność movement. Despite those changing eras, the building looks as pristine as ever. The longest wooden pier in Europe is a one-minute walk, there are 127 luxury rooms and the restaurant Grand Blue serves up seasonal dishes and fresh seafood specialities.

Taras Na Fali

Apartment, Hotel
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The swanky, modern Taras Na Fali literally means “Terrace on the Wave” and is a five-minute walk from Poland’s beautiful Baltic coast. All rooms are large with a marine feel, ideal for families of up to six people. In addition, they offer the option of providing extra beds for infants. Bicycles (subject to availability) are available free of charge for residents.

Soleil Boutique

Boutique Hotel
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Soleil Boutique in Sopot is the art crowd’s go-to choice with its focus on architecture and design. The hotel specialises in its attention to detail with high-end materials used in the construction and an immaculately furnished interior. Delicious continental breakfasts are served in the coffee lounge which is adorned with artwork made by the owner.

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  • Villa Sedan

    Budget Hotel, Boutique Hotel
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    Villa Sedan is located in the heart of central Sopot – near the famous street Bohaterów Monte Cassino – inside a quaint art deco building. For an intimate stay, book one of the 22 rooms, decorated in a simple, pared back style. Opt in for the breakfast package and enjoy it next to the crackling fire in winter. Meeting rooms are available for conferences to satisfy the business visitor while the beach and pier are a mere 10-minute walk.

    Molo Residence

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
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    If you feel like having a handy base while exploring Poland’s Baltic coast, then Molo Residence is perfect due its location halfway between Sopot train station and the beach. By train, to the south you can explore Gdańsk, Malbork, Tczew and Starogard Gdański; to the north you can easily travel to Gdynia, Wejherowo, Hel and Łeba. There are nine comfortable rooms and 11 suites, all with a minimalist design. For drivers, there is a monitored, safe car park here.

    Hotel Molo

    Spa Hotel
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    Named after the town’s famous wooden pier, the Hotel Molo is only a 10-minute walk from the beach. The hotel’s rooms offer a window view of the past – overlooking some of Sopot’s finest tenement houses. Around the corner are over 20 bars, cafes and restaurants, all situated on Sopot’s lively Monte Cassino street. Top floor rooms provide magnificent views of both the city and coastline.


    Apartment, Camping
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    Park 45 is an ideal place to stay for ecotourists or those with a love of nature. Not only is it located right by the beach and splashing waves of the Baltic Sea, but it is situated in a green, grassy, wooded area. Bring your own tent to pitch, or book one of the luxury heated cabins. A fantastic restaurant opened in 2018, serving up healthy local and European dishes.
    These recommendations were updated on January 9, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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