Gdańsk has a wide range of accommodation to suit every pocket. Whether you stay in the Radisson or a dustbin, your hotel will list their prices in either US$, euros or złoty. Your bill will be calculated using the exchange rate of the day. We classify the hotels listed according to price.
Here are some recommendations depending on what you are looking for:
For some real local flavour then book into Kamienica Gotyk, a super little hotel situated inside what’s allegedly the oldest house in town. And don’t bother asking for an alarm call, the bells of St Mary’s are more than capable of doing that job. Alternatively, find out what it’s like to live like a local by renting an apartment: Gdańsk Apartments suit that end perfectly with some smashing locations in the old town.
There has been an explosion in hostel places in recent times so choose carefully. For an A1 location check Universus which is a modern hostel set in an ancient building. For something a bit more expensive but very impressive, check out the Midtown Hostel where an upgrade to a private room proves to be a great deal.
Go for one of the giants – Scandic, Mercure and Novotel Centrum all have plenty of rooms to cater for touring groups of beer monsters. Good as they are, nothing beats staying above a microbrewery; do so by reserving a room at the Gdansk
The lavish Podewils with its antique fittings and riverside views is ideal for naughty weekends, while the Krolewski located in one of the old granary buildings on the banks of the Motława offers the backdrop of the old town for that romantic break.
The Radisson is superb, and they’re head and head with the waterside Hilton – flip a coin if you can’t decide.