Hotel’s location in Gdansk city centre surrounded by Baltic charm
Step from our stately doors onto narrow cobblestone streets in the heart of Old Town and the Royal Track. Browse galleries, shops and restaurants, and you might even pass some street theatre on the way. We’re close to popular museums and to St. Mary's Church, the largest brick Gothic cathedral in the world. The striking Baltic coast isn’t far, either.
The airport is just 15 kilometres away from the hotel's location in Gdansk city centre. A 20-minute walk takes you to the train station. With a nearby commuter rail link that connects Gdansk to its sister cities, Sopot and Gdynia, transport options are plentiful near this Baltic Sea hotel.
- From Gdansk Airport, turn left to stay on Juliusza Slowackiego Street.
- Take the first exit on the roundabout
- Take the ramp onto S6 toward Gdansk Centrum/ Lodz/ Warszawa.
- Take the ramp toward 7/Gdansk Centrum/Gdańsk Centrum/ Koscierzyna/ Kościerzyna/Kartuzy/Pge Arena/Amber Expo.
- Take the ramp onto Aleja Armii Krajowej, and drive for about 10 kilometres toward Centrum.
- Continue on Podwale Przedmiejskie Street, and after one kilometre turn right onto Chmielna Street.
- Take the first left turn to Jaglana Street, and go under the road.
- At the end of the road, turn left and then right again onto Podwale Przedmiejskie.
- Take the first right turn onto Kotwicznikow Street; follow this street for 200 metre to Powroznicza Street.
- The Radisson Blu Hotel is on the left.
Once a famous harbour town that was completely demolished by bombings during World War II , modern-day Gdansk is now a centre of business, science and culture on Poland's Baltic Coast. Along with Sopot and Gdynia, the city makes up what is known as the Tricity, featuring a beautiful seaside location, old-world architecture, delightful eateries and creative museums. These charms make Gdansk one of the most visited cities in Poland.