Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
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...
During the day, this smart accommodation within a music college has a background soundtrack of random musical sounds. Its light-filled rooms feature high ceilings and are discreetly decorated with old prints...
Radisson Blu Hotel, Szczecin
Szczecin’s fanciest option, if not its prettiest, features slick rooms within a salmon-pink complex...
Hotel Mercure Gdansk 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...
This luxurious establishment’s modern structure blends seamlessly with the old-world architecture of the waterfront. The rooms are simple and classy, featuring beds with polished timber headboards, wide-screen televisions and spotless bathrooms...
Hotel 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.
This hotel is set in an amazing old granary building on the opposite bank of the river from the Main Town, and oozes history from its worn redbrick exterior...
Hotel Podewils In Gdansk
The view from the Podewils across the river to the Main Town can’t be beaten...
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 gleaming bathrooms...
The hideous concrete exterior of the local Orbis complex evokes the worst architectural excesses of postwar Poland, and the abstract lime-green lightshades in the foyer don’t help...
Hotel Dwor Oliwski
If you’re inclined to treat yourself to a little luxury, this magnificent manor house provides a compelling reason to head for Oliwa...
Hotel Campanile Szczecin
This hotel is in pole position for sightseeing, as it’s an easy walk from the castle, the Old Town, the train and bus stations, and the city’s main drag. Rooms are compact but tidy and comfortable, with tea- and coffee-making facilities...
British and Australian travellers will laugh at the name, but there’s nothing unhygienic about this brand-new three-star hotel. It’s very classy for its price range, with contemporary furniture and an impressive restaurant.
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...
A grand old redbrick pile built in 1886 for Otto von Bismarck, Ustka’s most prominent beachside villa is crammed with antique furniture. There’s also a restaurant and nightclub in the grounds.
It’s all swords, breastplates and suits of armour in the reception area of this imposing redbrick pile, tucked away within its own walled grounds...
It may have once been an army hostel, but the military edges have since rubbed off this attractively priced hotel in the New Town. Its basic but comfortable rooms are equipped with pine furniture, chunky radio sets, and pot plants with fake blooms.
Ibis Szczecin Centrum
This business-style hotel is housed in the Novotel building but is more affordable, with straightforward neat rooms and a bar and restaurant downstairs.
Though it's housed within a set of medieval townhouses, the interior of this hotel is distinctly out of style. However, it's in a great spot, midway between the Old Town Square and the river...
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.
The Petite Fleur is one of the best midrange options in Toruń, with elegantly appointed rooms containing smoothly polished timber furniture and elegant prints...
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).