Sopot is a Polish spa town favoured by high society in the summer; they always come here. It has modern and luxurious apartments, places of drinking, bars, and fine restaurants. Sopot is also famous for its 150 year old spring which is 500 metres from the sea but you have to pay to cross it. Also I must say that the Grand Hotel is newly renovated. It's a luxury hotel and the Baroque design is amazing. It has a booth on the beach for sunbathing and beautiful gardens with hammocks for a nice nap.
This modern and avant-garde hotel is located in an industrial area in Sopot. It has only 7 rooms, each completely differently designed by an artist, making a stay here unique, however the view is rather gray and the center is about 20 minutes walk away. The pub-restaurant also has a kitsch decor and is very cozy (a menu is available, good food and wine). Breakfast is served there too. I was in room 44 with white walls and black furniture. The artist was inspired by childhood nightmares, drawing monsters and animals with red eyes, but with strokes more like a comic than a horror movie. And the bathroom is very modern and like the rest of the hotel, brand new. I loved the room! I recommend it to anyone looking for something more than a hotel room and looking for something more avant-garde. Although it is somewhat far from the center, most of the hotels in the city centre are 4 and 5 star and are somewhat expensive.
The hotel is next to the main street of Sopot and the pier. Some rooms have views of the Baltic Sea, luckily we had one of these rooms. The room was very large and had everything you need to be comfortable but the price and internet were quite expensive. The best part of the hotel is its location and there was even sushi for breakfast and everything was yummy. There is a spa but we did not try it but it looks great.
The Podewils Hotel in Gdansk is a fully renovated mansion, which is located next to the marina, just two kilometers away from the old part of town. It's a 15 minute drive from the international airport. It features a Finnish sauna, steam room, 24 hour reception, and the multilingual staff will help with the programs of tours and excursions.
The Gdynia Hotel is a charming complex which is located in the heart of the city. Very nearby you can find the SEA, the main boulevard, a sports center, museums and a theater. It is an ideal place to relax and it functions as a basis for all those tourists willing to visit the nearby peninsula of HEL, the Kashubian Lake or the city of Gdansk.
The Novotel Gdansk Centrum (Gdansk - Pomorskie - Poland) is located 500 meters from the historical monuments of Gdansk and close to museums and the main station. It offers spacious accommodation for guests traveling on business or on holiday. Each of the 158 rooms has Air conditioning. The hotel has extensive gardens and a terrace where you can enjoy a drink at the bar. There are several fully equipped meeting rooms.
The Hotel Posejdon in Gdansk, Pomorskie, Poland has 146 double rooms and 2 suites. Guests have access to the 2500 m2 of gardens. The hotel offers a Cloakroom, lift access and a newspaper stand inside. It even has one bar, games room and an à la carte featuring Polish cuisine and fish specialties. It also has a conference room and an Internet terminal.
A few years ago I had the great fortune to visit Baltic cities, and one of them was Gdansk - Danzig or -; possibly the city that I liked the most because I love the history of Poland. I only stayed two days in this beautiful city and stayed at the Villa Angela. As always when I travel, I try to spend as little as possible in hotels in order to use money for other things and this case was no exception. Obviously this means I am predisposed to expect squalid, tatty, slumdogs and other adjectives, yet Angela was a pleasant surprise, possibly because it was such a great value. When we got off the bus, the location scared us a little, the outside did not bode well. Conserved poorly, you might think the inside would be awful as well. Not at all. Once we entered the small reception all our fears evaporated, the atmosphere was warm and friendly, the girl at reception treated us with great kindness (also beautiful, which made my partner jealous). She gave us the keys and we went up to the room. We loaded our bags ourselves into a small room in which barely fit a double bed; you certainly can not say that the rooms are large, but at least they smelled clean and were decorated with some taste. We had no balcony, just a window that looked out on a nondescript street, but luckily the views were not only the wall of a another building. Regarding the sink, a small tub, adequate for necessary items for hygiene. I have to say we got to the hotel late at night, after a long journey, so sleep was welcomed. I think I would have even slept on top of a wooden table due to fatigue, but on the second night I could see that the mattress was too soft, but I do not care because I can sleep anywhere. We always ate out, however the breakfast was more than adequate and we could taste both "continental" and Pomeranian specialties, especially excellent cheese whose name escapes me. Anyway, I have no complaints whatsoever about the hotel, the only negative is the area, since to go downtown, you have to take a good bus ride fortunately there is a stop right next to the hotel). In short, a good hotel, nice and cheap.
When I was looking for information of Gdansk, nobody mentioned this hotel. However, after my experience, I highly recommended it. It is conveniently located just one block from the main street and a 2 minute walk from the Church of Santa Maria. About a 10 min. walk from the train station. The staff was very helpful to us at all times, resolving our doubts kindly and even when they didn't know the answer to a question, they later left us a note in the room with the information we needed. Although it's very expensive for Poland it seemed cheap to us (50 € per night in a double attic room). Best of all was leaving the hotel and have everything important in the city right there.
A classic and elegant hotel in the heart of the old Polish city of Gdansk, Hotel Podewils is a luxurious place from which to enjoy the city. It has its own restaurant with fine cuisine, traditional décor and sophistication that creates a special atmosphere. The hotel also has meeting rooms in which to hold conferences and small conventions. The rooms are spacious and feature bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, ideal for relaxing after a long day of work or sightseeing. Some of the must see places are Artus Court, Puerta de Santa Maria, Boat Soldek and the city center.
The Zajazd Pod Olivka is a modern hotel in the district of Oliwa, in Gdansk. It offers comfortable rooms that are fully equipped and decorated to meet all guest's needs. All rooms are non-smoking have room service and free Internet. Among the facilities and services are a play area for children, a large garden with terrace, laundry facilities and a great restaurant.