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Gdansk, Poland
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Low season February
High season December
  Average price (weeknight): £29
  Average price (weekend night): £42

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Top tips for finding the perfect Gdansk hotel

If you are interested in military history, select a hotel that is next to Westerplatte, the site of the First World War II invasion that has since been turned into a memorial. The Hostel Gdańsk Sun and Sea is a budget-friendly option close to the monument and it is adjacent to the Park Brzeźnieński.
For visitors who would like to be within easy walking distance of many restaurants, boutiques, and attractions, choose a hotel close to Long Market, such as the IBB Hotel Długi Targ. Long Market is a historical square that is surrounded by period architecture, popular cafes, and souvenir shops, making it a common destination amongst tourists.
To see some of the city’s unique historical architecture, book a hotel near St. Mary's Church, a gothic landmark that dates back to the 1500s and is composed entirely of brick. The Gotyk House is an affordable hotel just around the corner of the church and is rumoured to have been frequently visited by the famous astronomer Copernicus.
Would you like to learn more about the region’s history and culture? Select a hotel next to the Green Gate, the largest gate in the city that also houses the National Museum and contains many exhibits on the unique story of Gdańsk. The Radisson Blu Hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Green Gate and boasts a convenient location in the city’s Old Town.
If you enjoy nature and would like to explore some of the city’s lush scenery, pick a hotel near Park Oliwa, such as the modest Hampton by Hilton. Park Oliwa contains several French style gardens, as well as a botanical garden that is home to numerous exotic plant species.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Gdansk

How much is a cheap hotel in Gdansk?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Gdansk for as cheap as £5 in the last 3 days. The average price is £44.
How much is a hotel in Gdansk for tonight?
In the last 3 hours, users have found Gdansk hotels for tonight for as low as £14. Users have also found 3-star hotels from £17 and 4-star hotels from £23.
How much is a hotel in Gdansk for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Gdansk hotels for this weekend for as low as £6 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from £16 and 4-star hotels from £31.
Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Gdansk?
Hotels in Srodmiescie, Jelitkowo and Przymorze Wielkie have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Gdansk different neighbourhoods, check out our Gdansk City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Gdańsk have free parking?
The Best Western Plus Arkon Park Hotel is located in the city’s business district and offers both free parking and complimentary breakfast for guests. The Scandic Gdansk is a 4-star hotel that is a 5-minute walk from the Old Town and includes free parking and Wi-Fi.
Which hotels in Gdańsk have a good pool?
The Hotel Sadova is a trendy hotel which is only a 12-minute walk from the National Maritime Museum and has an indoor pool and sauna. The Hilton is a 5-star choice that is less than a 10-minute walk from St. Mary’s Church and has a pool located on the hotel’s rooftop.
What are good hotels in Gdańsk near the Museum of the Second World War?
The Q Hotel Grand Cru Gdańsk is an elegant choice set in a red brick building and close proximity to the Museum of the Second World War. Another close-by option is the Hotel Bonum, which is more budget-friendly and located in a building dating back to the 18th century.
What are good hotels in Gdańsk near the European Solidarity Centre?
The Hotel Gryf is an 8-minute walk from the centre and a 10-minute walk from the Gdańsk Główny train station. The Hostel Filip II is a great choice for those travelling on a budget and is a 12-minute walk from the European Solidarity Centre.

Where to stay in Gdansk?

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