Radisson Blu Hotel, Gdansk



Located near the airport and train station, this hotel’s site in Gdansk city center is within walking distance of historical landmarks like Artus Court and Old Town. The hotel sits on the elegant Long Market (Dlugi Targ) Street. Once a famous Baltic Sea harbor, much of Gdansk was destroyed by bombings in World War II. Now a center of business, science and culture, modern-day Gdansk stands alongside its sister cities, Sopot and Gdynia, as a member of the Tricity. It boasts a beautiful seaside, old-world architecture, delightful eateries and an eclectic mix of museums, making it one of Poland’s top tourist destinations.

The hotel is located just 15 kilometers from Gdansk Airport. The train station is a 20-minute walk from the hotel, and a nearby commuter rail connects Gdansk to Sopot and Gdynia.

Driving directions
  • From Gdansk Airport, turn left to stay on Juliusza Slowackiego Street.
  • Take the 1st 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 1 kilometer turn right onto Chmielna Street.
  • Take the 1st 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 1st right turn onto Kotwicznikow Street; follow this street for 200 meters to Powroznicza Street.
  • The Radisson Blu is on the left.