AddressOłowianka 1 GdańskSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This stylish hotel marries its historical granary-building exterior with a 21st-century interior and top-notch service. The waterside location, just a hop across the Motława to the Main Town, makes this an outstanding base if you’ve got the cash to splash.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Królewski and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Gdańsk.
Description provided by property
Located on Ołowianka Island, which lies between the Motława Waterfront and the Stępka Channel, Hotel Królewski offers rooms near Gdańsk’s Old Town. Free Wi-Fi is available at the entire hotel, and the hotel features free private parking..
The Królewski’s rooms have wooden furniture, which includes a work desk. All have a cable TV and a minibar. Some rooms feature a view of the Medieval waterfront.
In the mornings a breakfast buffet is available. Later the hotel’s restaurant serves Polish dishes. The staff is at guests’ disposal 24/7 and can help guests organise sightseeing tours and taxi transfers.
The island itself has several points of interest, such as the Maritime Museum, the Baltic Philharmonic and the Gdańsk Marina. All are within 150 metres.
Długi Targ is located 850 metres away from Królewski, which is the heart of the old town. Gdańsk Główny Train Station is 2.2 km from the hotel.
Please note that the breakfast price offered during the booking process is a discount price and is lower than the breakfast price offered in the hotel.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Ticket service
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Car hire
- Free WiFi
Sołdek Museum Ship
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National Maritime Museum
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Part of the National Maritime Museum , the oh-so conspicuous Gdańsk Crane (Żuraw) rises above the waterfront. Built in the mid-15th...
Baltic Philharmonic Hall
The usual home of chamber music concerts also organises many of the major music festivals throughout the year.
Occupying a red-brick corner of the Philharmonia building facing the Targ Rybny across the river, the cooks here dabble in Heston...