Tczew is a historic city in Poland’s Kociewie region that is famous for its huge bridge across the River Wisła. This bridge was the place where the Second World War really began back on September 1, 1939. If you find yourself spending a few nights in Tczew, you’ll want to check out the best hotels that can be found in rural and urban areas. Here are our favorites.
Link Hotel is one of the best hotels in Tczew. It has 19 rooms, a car park and a stylish exterior design. Breakfast is included and the hotel has WiFi throughout. There is a downstairs bar and also a European style restaurant next door. The location is a bit outside the town centre, but it is still one of the best options for visitors on business trips or casual travel excursions. All rooms are very clean and have a red, white and grey colour scheme. There is laundry service and bike rental available. All rooms also have tea and coffee and a television.
A superb stylish new hotel and restaurant, Hotel Vela has set the standard in the city for a hotel with a view and a slice of luxury. There are 11 modern rooms, all priced accordingly depending on the features. Some of the rooms have a view of Poland’s longest river, the Wisła. There is an excellent restaurant in the hotel, which is also open to the public. It’s a good venue for family parties, as well as business meetings. Apart from overlooking the river, there is also the famous Tczew Bridge just outside. This bridge was the place where the Second World War really began. Staff members are friendly and helpful, and the room prices include breakfast. WiFi also works throughout the hotel.
Hotel Carina is a good budget option here in Tczew. Rooms are simple, clean, spacious and comfortable. There are 16 single rooms, so it’s a good option for solo travellers and businessmen visiting Tczew. The location is ideal for those arriving by bus or train as it’s the nearest hotel to Tczew train station. All rooms have a television, a telephone and WiFi. There is parking, an onsite restaurant and rooms available for business meetings or conferences.
Another superb option to rest your head in Tczew is the First Hotel. This is a professional and welcoming hotel located in the city centre. It is perhaps the best location among the town’s hotels for sightseeing and visiting main attractions, such as the Wisła River museum, the river, the main square, and the old town (at Plac Hallera). It is a quiet hotel with modern and simple rooms of various sizes and designs. All rooms have WiFi access, a television and bottled water included.
In the south of Tczew, by the famous Wisła River, the charming Hotel nad Wisłą & Gościniec is a popular choice for weddings and events. This is a stylish venue offering scintillating views over the river, a fabulous restaurant, relaxing gardens and luxury bedrooms. The hotel has a fitness centre, huge wedding halls and conference rooms for business visitors. With a stunning exterior of brown brick and wood, this is one of the most aesthetically attractive hotels in the entire region. There are 44 rooms. The most standard and cheapest rooms don’t have WiFi, a television or a hairdryer, but the rest do. Some rooms have a superb balcony view over the river.
The Villa Leśne Ustronie is an elegant countryside venue on the edge of Tczew. This large hotel is located out of town next to a leafy green forest. It’s a charming and romantic option and a venue that also hosts weddings and conferences. The atmosphere here is great due to the forest location, and it is suitable for everyday tourists, families and large parties. Rooms vary in size and arrangement, but each is equipped with a television, a desk, bottled water and WiFi. There are 24 rooms and adequate parking.
Biesiadny Dworek is located outside Tczew in the neighbouring village of Szpęgawa. It is a tranquil escape from the crowds and a wonderful place to enjoy some peaceful countryside relaxation. It’s a large white mansion that has been converted into a cosy hotel complete with parking and a large garden area. It can be hired out for events, but it is also a pleasant and peaceful spot to spend evenings after touring nearby Tczew, Pelplin and Starogard Gdański. There is a restaurant onsite with a full bar. All rooms have low and cosy beds with bright interiors and pristine bathrooms.