Gdansk city centre hotel’s location offers ideal base for exploring
Situated in the heart of Old Town and the Royal Track, this Gdansk city centre hotel's location is ideal for both business and leisure travellers. Guests can step into the fresh air and onto narrow cobblestone streets that host galleries, shops and charming restaurants. Street theatrical events add to the uniqueness of this site. This Gdansk city centre hotel's location offers close proximity to St. Mary's Church, the largest brick Gothic cathedral in the world, and to popular museums and the Baltic coast.
The Gdansk Airport is just 15 kilometres away from the hotel's Gdansk city centre location, and the train station is approximately a 20-minute walk from the hotel. With a nearby commuter rail link that connects Gdansk to its sister cities, Sopot and Gdynia, transport options near this Baltic Sea hotel are plentiful.
- From Gdansk Airport, drive nine kilometres west along Slowackiego Street to the crossroads with Aleja Grunwaldzka.
- Turn right and drive five kilometres along Aleja Grunwaldzka.
- Turn right into Podwale Przedmiejskie and after one kilometre turn right just behind Qubus Hotel.
- Take the first left turn and go under the road and then 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 metres.
- The Radisson Blu Hotel is on the left.
Once a famous harbour town, modern-day Gdansk is the greatest economic, scientific and cultural centre on Poland's Baltic Coast. Combined with Sopot and Gdynia, the city makes up what is known as the Tricity, featuring old-world architecture, a beautiful seaside location, quaint cafés and creative museums. Completely demolished during World War II bombings, the city of Gdansk has carefully pieced itself back together to become one of the most visited cities in Poland.