As other reviewers have noted, the Hilton Gdansk is a shiny, clean and modern hotel in the heart of Gdansk's old town overlooking the river. The rooms are huge and ultra-modern. There is a nice (indoor) pool, spa area and rooftop bar terrace with sunloungers for when the sun comes out.
The breakfast was extensive, with lots of choice of what you would expect, alongside some local treats, such as smoked fish. Staff were very friendly and we wouldn't consider anywhere else if we were to return.
As for Gdansk, we spent lots of time meandering the historic old town and trying some good value and good quality food (it's worth noting that the bar and restaurant at the hotel are about 4 times more expensive than "normal" places in town!). Try the Sowa cafe for some out of this world cakes and patisseries. There is also lots to do in the area once you have finished visiting the historic sites of Gdansk as Sopot and Gdynia are easily accessible and worth a visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hilton Gdansk introduces cutting-edge facilities in the city.This stunning new build hotel will offer the largest meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions facilities in the centre of Gdansk. Designed to compliment the historic architecture of Poland’s principal seaport, Hilton Gdansk occupies a prime city centre site on the bank of the River Motlawa. In the heart of Old Town, the hotel is close to many businesses and tourist sites including Mariacka Street, St. Mary’s Church and the European Solidarity Centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Gdansk Hotel Gdansk