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Relax at our seaside Novotel Gdansk Marina. Your family will love our 3-star hotel, wonderful beaches, tennis classes and walks along the Sopot pier. For kids we offer a play area with games console, outside playground and a special menu. The fitness club offers views of the garden and beach. On cloudy days, enjoy our indoor swimming pool. The nine conference rooms and great service at Novotel will always make your business stay in Gdansk a great experience.
The NOVOTEL GDANSK CENTRUM hotel is situated right in the center of the city, just a few steps from the Old Town. It is a perfect location for guests travelling for both business and leisure. You will also appreciate our quiet garden, spacious car park an d functional conference facilities. Our new culinary concept, NOVO SQUARE Lounge Bar, offers light and healthy dishes combining flavors from all over the world.
The Hotel Mercure Gdansk Stare Miasto is just a stone's throw away from the Old Town. This is the perfect choice for guests arriving by plane. The hotel has a shuttle transfer service which takes visitors to the airport. The airport City Terminal is loca ted opposite the hotel. The hotel has 281 modern, comfortable rooms of different standards. The hotel also offers a unique view of the picturesque Old Town or the historic Gdansk Shipyard
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Hotels in Gdansk
Gdansk is Poland's main sea port, sitting on the Baltic coast in the bay of the same name. An energetic, bustling town, it was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement which helped bring an end to Communist rule in Eastern Europe.
Book one of our Gdansk hotels and explore the narrow, cobbled streets, ancient monuments and rich history of a town with an abundance of culture and personality.
Lined with grand buildings, the 500-metre Royal Way was the route along which the Polish kings traditionally paraded when they visited the town. Flanked by ornamental gates at either end, the route encompasses the picturesque Ulica Duga and Dlugi Targ, or Long Market, where the city's main market used to be held. Dlugi Targ used to be home to the richest people in the city and is filled with colourful, ornate houses. The Golden House, which dates from 1618, has busts of famous historical figures, including two Polish kings. Here you'll also see the bronze Neptune Fountain, the oldest secular monument in Poland.
St Mary's Church, which was built between the 14th and 16th centuries, is reputed to be the world's largest brick church, at 105 metres long and 66 metres wide. Notable features include a 15th-century astronomical clock, important works of art and the sheer size of the windows, some of which are bigger than average-sized apartments. Leading between the church and the waterfront is the pretty Ulica Mariacka street.
Uphagens' House, on Ulica Duga, was the home of an 18th-century merchant family. Its restored interior houses a collection of textiles, garments and original furniture.
The European Solidarity Centre tells the story of the Polish struggle against communism. There's an audioguide to accompany you as you explore exhibitions on life under the regime, and Gdansk's role in forming the Solidarity trade union and bringing it to an end.
The Artus Court Museum is one of Gdansk's most famous houses, and has been visited by many illustrious figures, including King Henry IV of England. Built in the 14th century, it has a huge hall with model ships hanging from its ceiling, and a collection of historical artefacts and furniture.
Gdansk has miles of clean, sandy beaches running along the bay, lined with cafes and restaurants and with boats and kayaks for hire. The white-sanded Stogi beach, which was awarded a Blue Flag in 2014, has a backdrop of dunes and shallow waters suitable for swimming in. Brzezno is another beach with calm waters, while Koliba beach, in nearby Sopot, is another Blue Flag beach. Sopot itself is a spa town which has been beloved of the rich and famous for centuries, and has Europe's longest wooden pier â€“ it's 515.5m long.
Eating and drinking
One of the oldest restaurants in the city, Kubicki dates back to 1918 and still retains some period features, including its fireplaces. Tuck into regional specialities including herring tartare, Gdansk dumplings and homemade blood sausage. Metamorfoza's tasting menu of up to nine courses changes according to the season and the produce available - expect anything from quail and oxtail to cotton candy cheesecake. After dinner, head to Flisak 76, a popular underground bar which serves up beers, cocktails and a good atmosphere.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Gdansk
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Gdansk?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Gdansk are Novotel Gdansk Marina, Novotel Gdansk Centrum and Mercure Gdansk Stare Miasto.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Gdansk?The lowest price for a double room in Gdansk is £21.
What are the best hotels in Gdansk near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Gdansk, you can consider staying at Apartinfo Old Town Apartments, Scandic Gdansk and Elite Apartments – Gdansk Old Town.
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