AddressStraganiarska 55/56 GdańskSee nearby area
For rates, enter dates/guests
Lonely Planet review
The no-nonsense apartments at this former thespians’ dorm are affordable and have simply equipped kitchens, making this a prime target for self-caterers. Bathrooms throughout are 21st-century conceptions, but otherwise not much has changed here decor-wise since the mid-1990s. The breakfast is a buffet affair.
Our independent authors have visited Dom Aktora and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Gdańsk.
Description provided by property
Dom Aktora is located in a quiet area of the Old Town of Gdansk. It offers well-equipped apartments with kitchens, seating areas. cable TV and free internet access
In the morning you can have tasty breakfast, which will give you energy to explore Gdansk. Dom Aktora is situated just 300 metres from St. Mary’s Basilica and 500 metres from the famous Neptune Fountain. All of museums, galleries and famous sites of Gdansk’s Old Town are within walking distance.
Dom Aktora’s friendly staff will arrange bicycle and car rental, as well as ticket reservations for you.
The hotel regularly hosts exhibitions of works of art by local artists from Gdansk. During your stay you can not only admire the works, but also buy them.
If you are expecting to arrive outside the check-in hours, please contact Dom Aktora in advance.
Please note that payment is accepted in cash or by credit card. Payment is due no later than the last day of your stay.
Unfortunately, the apartments are not accessible for wheelchair users.
Monitored parking is available.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Ticket service
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
National Maritime Museum
This is a sprawling exhibition of maritime history and Gdańsk's role through the centuries as a Baltic seaport. Headquarters is the...
Sołdek Museum Ship
The SS Sołdek is a museum ship moored in front of the granaries. Once you’re on board and past the fairly dull introductory video, you...
St Nicholas’ Church
Erected by the Dominican order on its arrival from Kraków in 1227, this is one of Gdańsk’s oldest places of Christian worship and it...
St John’s Centre
Housed within the massive Gothic interior of the former St John’s Church in the heart of the Main Town, this spectacular venue is...
The specialty here is Kashubian regional cooking from the northwest of Poland, and dishes like potato dumplings and stuffed cabbage...