This is a terrific little boutique hotel that is a historic building as a result of it being a grainery before its life as a hotel. The hotel is directly across the canal from Old Town Gdansk. It is easy to walk to anyplace in Old Town from the hotel. The rooms are small to average. Our standard room was quite small primarily due to the slope of the roof beginning on our floor, the Fifth Floor. There is an elevator to the 4th floor, but steps need to be navigated to get to the 5th and 6th floor. Our room had a desk, night stands, a very high window (no view), a small , but clean and comfortable bathroom with a shower. The hotel serves a buffet breakfast to guests. The buffet table included juices, coffee, cappuccino and latte. Also eggs, sausages, slices of cheese and meats. The restaurant is also regarded as one of Gdansk's top dining establishments. They had a special Oktoberfest menu while we were there. I had pork knuckle and 3 styles of herring along with their own brewed beer of course. Hotel service is excellent. Upon departure we ordered a large taxi to take 4 of us to the airport and the hotel was most accommodating.
I would recommend rooms on floors below the 5th floor since they are larger and are accessible by elevator.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Gdansk is the best boutique hotel in the Tricity and a true flagship hotel of Gdansk. Uniquely situated by the picturesque yacht marina, in the heart of the city, the hotel is often recognized as a special place in the city center.The hotel has two synergic components - a granary from the XVIIIth century, restored with great attention to detail, enchanting with its elegance and history, and the Yachting part, whose modern decorating themes infuse the interiors with a sea-inspired look. Thus, the fascinating history and traditions of the city of Gdansk are strongly present in the both parts of Hotel Gdansk.The Spa in Hotel Gdansk is one of the most modern and fashionable Spas at the Baltic coast, and one of the best Med Spas in Poland.Hotel Gdansk Restaurant is an unusual restaurant in a unique place. It serves exquisite dishes of Polish and Gdansk regional cuisine.The mini-brewery is a great addition to the boutique complex and a very interesing attraction for Hotel Gdansk guests, who may here try the best beer in Poland. Our Schwarzbier (dark beer) received this title during the prestigious beer contest in Zywiec 2011. There is always someting interesting happening in our brewery. At least 3 times a week you can enjoy live music. ... more less
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