On Poland’s north coast, Gdansk is a beautiful city on the Baltic coast. As a major port, Gdansk offers visitors a multitude of experiences and many different ways to explore its rich and varied cityscape. As well as wandering through winding medieval lanes, visitors can also take boat rides on the Motlawa river to explore over a thousand years of history, including the city’s pivotal role in the collapse of Communist rule. The main rail station was built at the end of the 19th century and is easily accessed for trains across Poland, as well as Berlin and Vienna.
The marine-themed Hotel Admiral occupies a great location, within walking distance of Gdansk’s Old Town area. Guest rooms are air-conditioned, with satellite TV, free Wi-Fi internet access and elegant furnishings. There is an on-site restaurant serving Polish and international dishes as well as the Kapitański Bar, where you can enjoy a lunchtime drink or nightcap in the evening.
Situated right in the centre of Gdansk, on the banks of the Motława River, the Hilton Gdansk is a great base to explore the city. All guest rooms come with 32-inch flat-screen TVs, tea & coffee making facilities and a minibar. Among the leisure facilities available, the indoor swimming pool on the top floor is a highlight, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. The hotel also offers a restaurant and a bar with an open-deck terrace overlooking the city.
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