We stayed at the Hotel Grand Cru for 3 nights over the Easter weekend- for what we paid (around £40 a night) it was superb value. The hotel is a stylish, modern conversion of an old brick building, all very nicely done and well fitted-out- the bathroom was particularly smart. Staff helpful and friendly. Gdansk and surrounding area is very nice but it was quite quiet due to Easter when we were there (not to mention freezing) so I would probably recommend going later in the year- due to this we ended up eating in the (empty) hotel restaurant one night, which was also very good- I had a fillet steak for half the price you would pay in England. It's not quite on the waterfront or as central as some other hotels but this is not a problem, especially as some of the best restaurants in Gdansk are just around the corner. Thoroughly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The location of Grand Cru Hotel, in the antique Old Town, on Rycerska Street, allows to live to the full the unique atmosphere of Gdansk. Only a few steps divide our hotel from Motlawa river and finest monuments of the city, such as St. Mary's Church, the Crane, Neptune’s Fountain, Artus Court or Uphagen House. An evening walk along the Long Bridge and the alleys over which rise the fascinating pearls of architecture, ended with a dinner and a glass of excellent wine in Grand Cru Restaurant, will be a great accomplishment of each day spent in the Tri-city. ... more less
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