The Scandic is right next to the station (which is handy for a day trip to Malbork Castle) and is only a short distance from the old town. The rooms have air conditioning which was great in the summer heat and humidity it was over thirty degrees centigrade whilst we were in Poland.
Traveller from UK
Located in the center of Gdansk, this family-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Johannes Hevelius Monument, St …More
Large room very clean, near old town if interested, if jogger canal trails behind the hotel for running free from cars also a excellent walk to old town. Lots to see churches and historical buildings with restaurants of all kinds like most large cities. A couple micro brewpubs that were excellent, not sure of the night life as I am over sixty and being American the value was extraordinary!
Located in Gdansk City Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Great Mill, St. Mary's Church, and Gdansk Crane …More
Good location tucked on side street at end of busy riverside close to bars and restaurants. Room was on small side. Only mirror was over sink in badly lit bathroom - woud have been nice to have full length on wardrobe door. Breakfast OK - buffet style with complicated coffee machine most guests struggled to use until given instructions by bar staff!
Charlie from East Midlands, UK
Located in Gdansk City Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Gdansk Crane, St. Mary's Church, and Arthur's Court …More
"Very comfortablel convenient hotel near the centre"
Rooms are well furnished with fridge and tea and coffee facilities. Complimentary water both still and fizzy every day.
Great breakfast to suit all tastes including vegetarian Restaurant had a varied menu and an all inclusive buffet. We ate in the hotel every evening.
The staff could not do enough for us and were very friendly .
It was a very well managed hotel.
Only negative was that the lift was not working which was difficult for amemner of our party who had mobility problems
Flights were on time.
Located in Gdansk City Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Arthur's Court, Gdansk Main Town Hall, and Neptune's …More
On the southern edge of Gdansk Bay right on the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is known as the capital of Pomerania. To get an idea of the history of this city, visitors just need to look at the Town Hall standing proudly against the skyline of the Old Town. The painted houses along the Royal Way, the Green Gate, and the Four Quarters Fountain will do the rest.