Gdańsk

Hotel Gryf

  ul. Jana z Kolna 22/26, Gdańsk      (+48) 58 300 01 30     more than a year ago
The phrase 'Don't judge a book by its cover' is perfect for the Gryf. Located in one of the buildings which once housed the Lenin Shipyard workers' hospital, the outside and the surrounding land prompt many to ask if they have arrived at the right address, such is the contrast with the beautiful photos of the interior of the hotel on their website. Keep your nerve. Gryf offers a good choice of budget rooms for one, two or three people and facilities include in-room satellite television, surprisingly posh bathrooms and free wireless internet. The location, next to the Monument to the European Solidarity Centre and some rather daunting old tenements, means you are about 10 minutes' walk from the Main Train Station and about 20 from the old town. One of the best value for money hotels in the city.
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Facilities for disabled
Dogs Allowed
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03.11.2010
Letitia

This hotel provides excellent value for its budget price. On that front I highly recommend it. That said, the surrounding two or three blocks consist of these emptied out old Prussian tenement buildings. The area is abandoned and decrepit, and the sidewalk is fenced off from the street. If you are out on the street after dark (which now comes at about 4PM this time of year), the hotel's immediate surroundings feel slummy and dangerous. The sidewalk that is fenced off from the street made me extremely nervous, as I met up with a small group of loud young guys. Keep this in mind if you want to go out a lot at night.
27.11.2008
Chris

I have travelled in Poland many times & this is definitely the best value hotel i have come across. I walked from the train station on a gloomy night in the snow. I saw the hotel from the distance & expected your normal 1* Polish experience as the outside appearance is not good.However, i walked in to be met by a friendly & cute receptionist. My single room was enornmous & must have been renovated recently. It was better than some rooms i have stayed in at Hiltons/Marriots & all for 120 Zlots.
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