Located in the city center, Gdansk offers easy access to its charming Old Town. Spend an afternoon meandering through its lively streets, admiring colorful architecture, and browsing the area's many boutique shops and jewelry stores. Indulge in Polish delights at the quaint restaurants along Piwna Street. Explore the National Maritime Museum along the River Motlawa and capture photos of the iconic Gdansk Crane, once the world's largest working crane, now a magnificent defense tower. When you're ready for some excitement, Gdansk offers a vibrant nightlife with countless bars, pubs, and clubs. Klub Parlament promises booming dance music and well-priced drinks over three floors, while Café Kamienica is a laid-back spot for relaxed drinks. Whether you seek a city straight from a picture book or a lively party scene, Gdansk has something special in store for you.
Our hotel is located in the very heart of Gdansk, close to the historical old town, and offers price-conscious city tourists, families and business travellers the perfect place to stay. We will give you attentive service when you organize private events or larger meetings at our conference centre.
After taking in the sights, visiting the zoo with the kids or spending the day at the AmberExpo, our saunas are the perfect pick-me-up. Of course, you can also opt for a quick workout in our well-equipped fitness centre. Afterwards, our Senso Restaurant & Bar awaits, where you can enjoy the exquisite European cuisine. Our welcoming hotel bar is a great spot for a drink before heading out to a concert at the Baltic Philharmonic or a match at the PGE Arena.
Our hotel has 7 versatile conference rooms for up to 330 people. They offer everything you could need or want for a successful meeting, a small private party or a large event.
Scandic Gdansk is centrally located in the former Hanseatic city of Gdansk. We provide the perfect starting point for exploring the local sights and cultural gems, the restaurants and shops in the old town, and the coast with its kilometre-long beaches along the Baltic Sea.
Discover the thousand-year history of the port or the origins of the Solidarność Trade Union. Stroll along the Long Market and through the narrow streets of the picturesque old town or follow in the footsteps of the main character in Günter Grass’ The Tin Drum.
At reception, we would be more than happy to loan you a bicycle free of charge. The train station is a 2-minute walk away, and getting to the airport is also easy.