Popular budget hotels in Gdansk include Logos Gdansk in Wrzeszcz district, Dom Schumannow in Srodmiescie district as well as others out of 25 budget deals. Four Mariacka apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. To stay in a hostel close to wieza kosciola pw. Zbawiciela, book a room at Grand Hostel with rates from 41US$ per night. Happy 7 Hostel & Apartments is an affordable choice that is only a 15-minute walk to Gdansk Central train station.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Several hotels in Gdansk are situated directly in downtown, including Hanza Hotel and Gotyk House. A cheaper option in the center is La Guitarra Hostel, which comes at 56US$ per night. If you want to stay in a vibrant area of Gdansk, look for hotels in Srodmiescie district, such as Ds Cztery Pory Roku or Old Town Hostel.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Gdansk
The top-rated 4-star Qubus Hotel Gdansk offers excellent luxury accommodations along with a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. If you prefer a boutique hotel, Dwor Oliwski City Hotel & Spa is a great option in Gdansk. If other hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Novotel Gdansk Marina or Novotel Gdansk Centrum - the reliable hotels near Agnieszka Osiecka Theater.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Gdansk with their families, book an apartment next to Crane, such as Exclusive Apartments Marina Residence and Apartament Kameralny 9 Dluga. Apartamenty Sun & Snow Aura is a great B&B with views of the sea, situated within a short walk of Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970. If you're traveling to Gdansk on business, staying near Brama Krowia at Ibis Gdansk Stare Miasto may be a good option. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the garden, we offer to pick Gdanziger Dom near Swan Tower in Gdansk, which is a popular resort in Gdansk.
City Guide: Discover the best of Gdansk
Gdansk is an epicenter of global discord.
Originally calm and innocent, Gdansk has been at the center of events that reshaped the global map. World War II started in Gdansk from the shots on the military post in Westerplatte. Consequently, the Nazi’s left Gdansk in ruins and it took the city more than 20 years to recover.
However you regard Gdansk, it has much to offer for your stay. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Gdansk to one packed with luxuries all available at Booked.net. Check out our hotel offers with maps, photos and secure forms.
Once upon a time the Bohemian Bishop Adalbert arrived to the area to bring reason local residents. After the area saw its share of culture it became a major port city with strong cultural flavor shaped by the 13th century. These were the first steps of the successful trading city and the most important trading post in Central Europe. It attracted foreign interest to the city and since then a wave of invasions by the Prussians, Napoleon's forces, the Germans has swamped Gdansk.
With history tugging at its sleeve, Gdansk has much to do with the glory of its diverse cityscape that is a reminder of Gdansk once serving as the major water crossing in the area and its military days that left the city in ruins after World War II.
The post-war Gdansk re-discovered itself as a port city with high-tech industries and tourism business in the area. Actually, Gdansk has expanded on tourism since 1997 after it underwent renewal projects at the turn of the millennium.
A modern and inspiring city, Gdansk is still immersed in its history with Renaissance buildings, ornate facades and massive baroque arches. Attractions include;
- The Hall of the Main City has a museum with historic exhibits about the history of Gdansk
- Neptune Fountain, a statue to honor the god Neptune
- St. Mary's Church, the largest Gothic church in Europe
- Golden Gate, a massive structure serving as a symbol of the city
- Royal Chapel, a unique in architecture structure that falls out the general style of the city
On a tour in Gdansk, it will arise as big surprise to you. Tourists come to Gdansk expecting a compact and noisy seaside city, but face restored yet striking Old Town heritage and impressive waterfront packed with sophisticated restaurants and cozy bars.
Traveling to Gdansk, you will adore it so much that you would like to expand your experience for a couple of days. Booked.net is ready to help you make the very best of your stay in the city.