22 Feb 2019 - 23 Feb 2019

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Visit Poland's beautiful Baltic coast for less with cheap hotels in Gdańsk.

Why book hotels in Gdańsk?

Rich in maritime (and military) history, and with a breathtakingly beautiful town centre, the Baltic port of Gdańsk is a European city well worth a spot on your travel bucket list. As it's in Poland, it's friendly on the wallet too. You can happily sip local beer in the bars of Long Market, located inside colourful restored buildings, before grabbing the obligatory selfie beside the town's iconic Neptune Statue. During the summer, people flock to Gdańsk beach hotels to soak in the sun and take a break from the bustle of the old town.

The best places to stay in Gdańsk

Hotels in Gdańsk centre are best if you like to roll out of bed and straight into the action. Gdańsk used to be a walled city, but now the old town is bordered by water: the Raduna canal, the Motlawa river and Motlawa canal mark the limits of the neighbourhood. If you want to get out of the tourist area, look at hotels in Wrzeszcz. This up-and-coming Gdańsk neighbourhood is home to the city's students, so there's great café culture (and lots of cheap accommodation options too).

What to expect from hotels in Gdańsk

There's a wide range of hotels in Gdańsk, from colourful party hostels to opulent five star hotels. You can find some truly impressive Gdańsk boutique hotels in restored merchant houses and along the waterfront. Some boast luxurious amenities (one or two evening have on-site breweries). All inclusive Gdańsk hotels are a good option if you're not planning on venturing out for dinner in the town, and can usually be found near the beach on the outskirts of the city.

Hotels near Gdańsk

A visit to Gdańsk is a visit to not just one city, but three. Gdańsk is part of Poland's Tri-city, which also includes the pleasant coastal spa resort of Sopot and the bustling modern port of Gdynia. Beach hotels in Gdańsk are a great choice for a summer holiday with a difference. During June and July, the average temperature is a pleasant 17°C with highs of 21°C (and the sea is a warm 19°C, perfect for paddling). Hotels near Gdańsk Airport are worth checking into if you're only stopping over in the city for a short time, or if your flight to Ireland leaves super early in the morning.

Getting out and about from Gdańsk hotels

Booking car hire in Gdańsk is a good idea if you want to go out and explore further – just remember to filter your search so you only see hotels in Gdańsk with car parking. There are trains to Gdynia and Sopot, and a great public transport system in Gdańsk itself. Trams and buses are available, and tickets are cheap. The old city is completely walkable, too – just pack your trainers.

What are travellers saying about Gdansk?

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Member reviews (31)
Sam Mann
Sam MannBirkenhead

Great town with a lot to offer for anyone that visits. I enjoyed walking the old the streets of Gdansk taking in the Amber stalls that line the cobbled streets.

Lisa Podumis
Lisa PodumisKnoxville

it was one of the best times of my life. Poland is beautiful with beautiful people. Definatley would like to visit again.

Nicky Carter
Nicky CarterLeominster

Take the time to climb up St Mary's Church tower. It will take you time, but the view is amazing. Inside the church is an enormous astromical clock - worth taking a look at.

Brad Cope
Brad CopeQuakertown

Such a beautiful city! If you ever make it to Poland, you must make it a point to include this in your journey! See you soon! Brad and Ewelina!


The least expensive month is January, with an average of €47 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Gdansk is December, with an average price of €59 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was €55 per night. This is 3% more than the average nightly price of €53 seen over the previous 12 months.

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