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Occupying an architecturally striking corner of the newly erected Haffner Centre, this recently-minted design hotel is all retro stripes and faux ‘70s browns, but with stunningly contemporary bathrooms and little nods to the past in the shape of old G...
A late- 20th-century structure plonked right on the waterfront, with better views from it than of it, this popular choice has just acceptable rooms for this price range, oversize bathrooms and pleasant staff, but could do with an update in parts...
During the day, this understated hotel within a music college has a background soundtrack of random sounds and tuneful melodies. Its light-filled rooms hoist elegantly high ceilings and are discreetly decorated with old prints...
Serving a mainly weekday business clientele, this red-brick pile hides in its own walled grounds off a quiet city-centre street...
This stylish hotel manages to marry its historical old granary-building exterior with an interior of 21st-century rooms and top-notch service...
The no-nonsense apartments at this former thespians’ dorm are affordable and have simply equipped kitchens, making this a prime target for self-caterers...
Yet another beautifully restored townhouse hotel. Pass the suit of armour in the foyer and up green carpeted stairs you’ll find individually decorated rooms and classic furniture.
Hotel New Skanpol
The communist-era Skanpol has recently been given a 21st-century make-over, and is now an attractive option with loads of facilities, including in-house health treatments...
Studies in understated luxury, the rooms at Ustka’s top hotel effortlessly marry all mod cons with polished-wood antique finery. The award-winning restaurant is also arguably the best in town. Booking ahead essential.
Hotel Dom Marynarza
The old-fashioned but curiously comforting décor in this seaside hotel’s reception area, with its wood panels supporting various maritime oddments, signals the down-to-earth but friendly tone of the Mariner’s Home...
Even the economy rooms at this newly minted glass-and-steel colossus are lessons in elegantly clean-cut retro styling, and more than get you in the mood for all the pampering and pummelling available at the hotel’s spa...
Located in the very centre of town, and handy for the ferry crossing, the Ottaviano is a pretty good deal. Rooms are colourful, furnished with imagination and have warm, uncarpeted wood-effect floors...
Atmospherically billeted in a prettily gabled townhouse in quiet ul Małe Garbary, the Heban has a floral-themed restaurant, a relaxingly stylish lounge in olive green and 22 light and airy, if not over-stylishly fitted-out, rooms.
Set within a quiet courtyard off the street, this communist-era workers dormitory building has been transformed into a set of light, airy apartments for up to six people. Each apartment has high ceilings, a fully equipped kitchen and loads of space.
You’ll be disappointed/relieved to hear that the Hellenic theme doesn’t go far beyond the name at this smart hotel just across the river from the Old Town...
Hotel Petite Fleur
One of the best midrange options in Toruń has understated rooms containing slickly polished timber furnishings and elegant prints, though the singles can be a touch space-poor. The French brick cellar restaurant is one of Toruń’s better hotel eateries.
Simply furnished hotel with tasteful dark timber furniture and red carpets, highlighting the simplicity of its white walls. Downstairs there’s a restaurant and a pub, handy for that post-sightseeing restorer.
There’s a whiff of the Mediterranean about this suburban hotel with a splash of terracotta and stucco in its décor...
Just uphill from the bus terminal and train station, this well-mannered option, popular with German groups, has cheaply furnished but neatly kept rooms, a quiet-ish location, but an unexpected facility in the shape of the Tango Nightclub, mercifully f...
Hotel Pod Czarną Różą
‘Under the Black Rose’ fills out both a historic inn and a newer wing facing the river, though its interiors present a uniformly clean, up-to-date look with the odd antique reproduction. Buffet breakfast included.
A traditional, 25-room guesthouse with en-suite rooms, some with balconies overlooking the sea and sand. There’s a reasonably priced restaurant on the premises.
The seven rooms here above a relaxing cafe are big enough to swing a four-pawed animal (actually the name means peacock in Polish) and are a cut above your average bog-standard guesthouse with darkwood furniture and monster bathrooms...