Gdańsk

Kamienica Gotyk

  ul. Mariacka 1, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 301 85 67     16 Apr 2019
Situated on Gdańsk’s most picturesque street Kamienica Gotyk is the oldest house in the city (1451) with an original Gothic portal featuring two religious stones either side of the entrance steps; if you want history, you’re in the right place. Ring the buzzer for entry and find yourself ushered up the steep stairs into tidy rooms that include modern bathrooms and sketches of mediaeval Gdańsk. Church bells from the neighbouring St. Mary’s going dong in the background add to the experience while the basement holds a small shop selling artistic glassware.

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08.02.2009
Arran Taylor

We stayed here for 4 nights, it was a really nice little hotel. Staff were very friendly, rooms nice and clean and a fab location. Has a pub next door which is worth a visit too.
29.11.2008
Liam Kavaney

I loved it. The staff were the happiest most helpful people we met all trip.The hotel was beautiful and very clean. The location was outstanding. An all round EXCELLENT experience.Highly recommended!!!!
09.06.2008
TomChic

Perfect location! Just back from 5 nights in Gdansk and can highly recommend Gotyk House as a choice of hotel in Gdansk. Lovely Hotel, brilliant position, great staff.I would happily stay here again and reccommend it to my friends and family
06.10.2007
Janet

Back in July I had made a reservation for two night at the Gotyk House because of its location, reasonable and good reviews. When I got there they said they only could give me a room for one night and that they had made reservations for me at another hotel across the Motlawa. Since location (especially walkability to the train depot) was very important to me, I spent part of my day and half visit to Gdansk finding a place to stay for my second night. Beyond that major disappoint, the room (supposedly a single, but had two single beds) on the entrance level was very nice, as was the breakfast. The breakfast was served in the small reception area.
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