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Hotel Podewils In Gdansk
The view from the Podewils across the river to the Main Town can’t be beaten, though the owners probably wish they could lift its cheery Baroque facade and move it away from the incongruously soulless riverside development that’s sprouted next door...
This is the only option for visitors wishing to stay in the Old Town. Luckily it’s a nice, low-key place in a quiet, central location, and the rooms are just homely enough to be welcoming.
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.
Amber Baltic Hotel
If you fancy a splurge, you’re in the right place – this is one of the best resort hotels on the coast, with great views over the Baltic and various amenities including a Jacuzzi, solarium and gym...
Right next to the castle, this is a good, unfussy option, with rooms ranging from tiny singles to spacious two-room doubles, with lovely clean bathrooms. Choose between the church side (views of St Hyacinthus’) and the road side (garden views).
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...
Radisson Blu Hotel
Szczecin’s swankiest option, if not its prettiest, features smart rooms within a supercentral salmon-pink complex.
The Greek theme doesn’t go much beyond the name, but the rooms are quite comfy in this classic lemon-coloured building. They’re of variable size, but with neat parquetry floors and pine furniture.
Hotel Mercure Gdańsk Stare Miasto
This towering hotel would be included in anyone’s short list of ‘ugliest buildings of Gdańsk’, but its rooms and facilities are reassuringly consistent in quality...
The incongruously recent-looking Hotel Kopernik has 37 neat but small rooms, its own budget restaurant and the only kantor (currency exchange office) in town...
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 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...
The no-nonsense apartments at this former thespians’ dorm are affordable and have simply equipped kitchens, making this a prime target for self-caterers...
With super-elegant rooms and an impeccably tasteful restaurant, this spectacular castle-like villa sets the Baltic standard for class and refinement...
Hotel Trzy Korony
Amazingly, this budget hotel’s glorious history includes sleepovers by three illustrious monarchs (hence the name, meaning ‘three crowns’)...
Novotel Szczecin Centrum
A four-star option containing lots of spacious white rooms with parquetry on the bathroom floors, and the full complement of in-house facilities. The location is useful for transport links.
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.
Unexciting but reliable, the Brda is a standard conference-class block near the station with neat rooms and a good range of facilities.
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.
This stylish hotel manages to marry its historical old granary-building exterior with an interior of 21st-century rooms and top-notch service...
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 Rezydent Sopot
The Rezydent is the most elegant hotel in town, though you’ll need an inelegantly fat wallet to stay here. Its rooms’ tasteful tones are set off by stylish carpets, timber furniture and lustrous bathrooms...