Gdansk Apartments

Gdansk Apartments
+48 12 421 48 65
Gdansk Apartments
Old Town

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Editor's review

A good alternative to booking into a Gdansk hotel is to rent out an apartment, especially if you plan on being in town for longer than a weekend. At Gdansk Apartments you will find a range of flats catering to all the needs of an intrepid city explorer - so that you can make your own home away from home mercifully free of grumpy receptionists, long corridors and screaming children. With highly competitive prices, the only drawback of an apartment in Gdansk is that you might get so comfortable you don't want to leave! Simply send the people at Gdansk Apartments an email to get a quote...

Editor & Gdansk Local


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hey we would like to visit Gdansk but we dont know where to stay so can you help please? we are 2 person by the way

Reply Sep 24th, 2010

I ll go to Gdansk 31/12-04/01/

Have any apartments?

Reply Dec 14th, 2009
United States

We stayed in an apartment in Sopot and didn't regret our decision for a moment. It worked out as cheaper than a hotel whilst still being very comfortable. We also visited Gdansk on a day trip and it is a wonderful city.

Reply Jun 24th, 2009

We would like to come from 17 august too 26 august 2009. We are 4 person, 2 aldult and 2 children ( 7 & 9 years)

Reply Mar 4th, 2009
tommi viljanen

family of four (me and wife and children,girl 12,boy4)

Reply Jan 13th, 2008
anne Heffernan

We stayed in Hostel Gothyk on St. Mary's Street (I cant think of it in Polish right now) right beside the Basilica of The Blessed Virgin Mary, right in the heart of the old town of Gdansk. It seemed to be a newly renovated bed and breakfast building, with gothic features such as replica doors. It had two single beds and a TV with a simple place to put your belongings. The en-suite shower room was wonderful, fully tiled, while the bedroom, was basic but comfortable with 2 small armchairs for relaxing.

Breakfast was served on the top front step, just outside the front door. This caused us some amusement as there were only 2 tables although we reckoned there were about 10 guest bedrooms, if someone was having breakfast you just had to wait your turn, also we wondered what they did if their was a downpour of rain. Thankfully that didnt happen during our visit.

The main advantage to our abode for our 3 night stay was its location right in the heart of the action - the busy Dulga Street, with its streetside cafes and bars, its wonderful architecture, pedestrianised walkways. Our street was the Oxford street of tourist shopping with stalls outside most buildings selling local amber from the Baltic Sea, silk goods, handmade jewellery, ceramics, handmade clothes. This area has a lovely atmosphere, with 4/5 story buildings dating from the middle ages, all renovated, all the streets have been re-cobbled, bringing an authenticity to the medieval feel of the city. From Hostel Gothyk at about 200 metres was the harbour, with a view of all the traditional grain barns, many of which have been redeveloped into excellent hotels and concert halls.

I found Gdansk to be a riot of colour in May 07. All the shops, cafes and restaurants were adorned with trailing geraniums and other flowers in a variety of colours, giving a welcoming glow to the establishments. At night they were lit up with outdoor lighting, adding to their appeal - thats if the Polish beer and Vodka were not appealing enough! The food was also very tasty and satisfying and the prices were fantastic for us Irish.

For location alone, this is a great B and B.

Of course we had the advantage of arranging our trip through a Polish tour operator, which accounted for the excellent location, and also our wonderful guide for 2 days, Jolanta Jarosz-Stachura who knows everything there is to know about the Tricities of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. She has excellent English and could not have been more helpful to us.

This was my second trip to Poland and I am looking forward to many more and exploring all the country has to offer.

Reply Jun 28th, 2007
United Kingdom

I stayed in a really awful hostel the first time I came to Gdansk and this time wanted to try an apartment - it wasn't much more of an expense and so much better! Thanks for helping me get more out of the city. Had a great time. Apartments are the way forward.

Reply Jun 27th, 2007


Reply May 22nd, 2007
Keith Jennings
United Kingdom

What a terrific stay we had! Thank you so much! I'm sorry we arrived at such a ridiculously late time, but your patience was so much appreciated. We loved the tour of the shipyard especially during our stay. Gdansk is such a beautiful city - I think you'll have lots of tourists in the coming years!

Reply Dec 18th, 2006
Brunello D'Urso

Hello! we are 9 italian tourists and look for 2 or 3 apartaments (very near,it's better if in a unic house) in a centre of old Gdansk and for 2 nights (from 6 to 8 december 2006) can you help ?. Please, answer

Reply Sep 26th, 2006
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