Variety of transport options near hotel’s home in Gdansk city center
The airport is just 15 kilometers away from the hotel. 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 lodging.
- 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 kilometers toward Centrum.
- Continue on Podwale Przedmiejskie Street, and after one kilometer 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 meters to Powroznicza Street.
- The Radisson Blu is on the left.
Once a famous harbor 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.