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Holiday Inn Gdansk - City Centre

ul. Chmielna 1, Gdansk, 80-750 Poland  Get Directions

Check-In: 3pm

Check-Out: 11am

Minimum Check-In Age:  18


Front Desk: 48-58-7334000

Reservation: 1-888-Holiday

Make travel easier with a comfortable stay at HI Gdansk City Centre

Holiday Inn® Gdansk - City Centre is located on the Granary Island, a unique urban concept assembled by the mouth of Motlawa river on the famous Wyspa Spichrzow. Wake up to the magnificent view of Historical Gdansk and explore what the top Baltic destinations in Europe has to offer.

You will be charmed by the view from your room - wake up to the sight of the beautiful Motlawa river, yachts marina, the famous medieval port crane, rotary pedestrian bridge, ferries wheel, restaurants and pubs at your fingertips. Over the centuries, Gdansk has been a city of kings, merchants, tourism and the cradle of the Polish Solidarity movement, which led to the fall of Communism. Today Gdansk combines attractions for tourists, sports enthusiasts and business guests.

Enjoy a morning stroll around the Old Town, stop by the famous Neptune Fountain and Golden Gate to admire the historical architecture. For our guests willing to further their experience of Gdansk, the internationally known European Solidarity Centre, World War II Museum, Polish Baltic Philharmonic and Shakespeare Theatre, are just a stroll away from your hotel. If you enjoy water sports or relaxing by the beach – the widest Stogi beach is just 20 minutes away and accessible by fast train, tram or taxi. Holiday Inn Gdansk City Centre is conveniently located for guests traveling by airplane

Amenities & Services

Kids Eat Free
Kids Eat Free
Pets allowed
Pets allowed
Fitness center
Fitness center
Meeting facilities
Meeting facilities
Wi-Fi included
Wi-Fi included
Holiday Inn Hotel Rooms

Relax in our Comfortable Rooms & Suites


holidayinn hotel dining

Enjoy Delicious Dining Options

Located at the hotel's Open Lobby, our menu is inspired by the local cuisine with a modern touch. It is the perfect space for a date, a business meeting or simply for you to relax. Enjoy a drink at our Sky Bar with a magnificent view of the city.


Kids eat and stay free

Kids Stay and Eat Free!

Kids 17 and under stay for free when sharing their parents’ room. Up to 2 kids 12 and under eat free per adult ordering from the main menu in any Holiday Inn® on-site restaurant. Up to 4 kids per dining party.

Gdansk Pier

Explore Gdansk

Gdańsk - the City of Freedom and Solidarity - a city with over 1000 years of tradition, the maritime capital of Poland and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea. It is a unique metropolis that has always been filled with the spirit of freedom and courage. The Latin phrase "Nec Temere, Nec Timide", which is the motto of Neptune's Castle, best reflects the character of this once Hanseatic city. The Cradle of Freedom and Solidarity - Three 42-meter-high crosses with anchors - Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers 1970 standing on Solidarity Square, adjacent to the European Solidarity Center, an interactive museum telling about the freedom aspirations of Poles. It is a story about the struggle against the communist regime, about the hope and sacrifice suffered by the nations imprisoned behind the Iron Curtain. Finally, it is a story about a great victory they ultimately won, changing their fate and the fate of the whole world. The Museum of the Second World War, which not so long ago enriched the already great educational and tourist offer of Gdańsk, contains one of the largest exhibitions in the world concerning this bloody conflict. The main exhibition is located 14 meters underground and tells, among others, about the heroes of Westerplatte and the Polish Post Office in Gdańsk, who were the first to put up a heroic resistance to the Nazi invaders. In the museum, we will get to know this terrible war from the perspective of many nations and many regions of the world. The Royal Route - the most important destination for trips from Poland and around the world is the Main Town. Multilingual crowd admire the iconic view of the Motława River, where tourist ships moor from all sides with tenement houses on the wharf and the rebuilt Granary Island. It is there that groups admire one of the icons of Gdańsk - the Crane, which is the largest medieval port crane in Europe, which is now part of the museum. Tourists who pass through the Green Gate to Długi Targ, maintained in the style of Dutch mannerism, can admire the Royal Route, which is made up of several dozen tenement houses, carefully rebuilt after the war. The Main Town Hall tower rises majestically over the Route - it invariably arouses admiration and delight. Just like the Neptune Fountain, the Golden House or the Artus Court located nearby. It is worth adding that the latter building is a place where, under a stellar-palm vault, among paintings and statues, the first Gdańsk beer was served, masquerades were held, various brotherhoods were seated, court hearings and where monarchs were received. Gdańsk is much more than just the Old and Main Town - as many as 7,876 pipes and numerous movable elements have the famous Rococo organ in the Cathedral in the Gdańsk-Oliwa district. A visit to this famous temple should be combined with relaxation in the surrounding beautiful Oliwa Park, full of charming ponds, flower beds and alleys. We cannot forget about one of the main advantages of Gdańsk - beautiful, wide and sandy beaches along which modern bicycle paths lead. Baltic relaxation is guaranteed by the beaches in Sobieszewo, Jelitkowo, Stogi and Brzeźno. In turn, families with children will have a great time and learn at Hevelianum - a place that will reveal interesting scientific and historical facts. In addition, from Góra Gradowa, on which it is located, you can admire the wonderful panorama of Gdańsk. The educational facility, taking into account the needs of the disabled, uses the premises of the former Góra Gradowa Fort and is surrounded by a 20-ha park. And if we are football fans, you must go to the ENERGA Gdańsk Stadium. The unique object built in the shape of, and indeed, lumps of amber was built a year before the UEFA Euro 2012 championship. The facility can accommodate 41 thousand. Viewers. The stadium also has an entertainment center with a wide range of leisure activities. Fun Arena will delight everyone, regardless of age!

FAQs for Holiday Inn Gdansk - City Centre

No, Gdansk - City Centre does not have a pool.
Pets are welcome at Gdansk - City Centre. Our Pet Policy: Pets up to 10 kg are welcomed. All larger pet requests will be handled individually..
Yes, when you book your stay at Gdansk - City Centre direct with IHG, choose one of our flexible rates which include the flexibility to change or cancel your reservation at no charge. For full details, refer to our Travel Advisory details.
Gdansk - City Centre has 1 restaurant.
Check-in at Gdansk - City Centre is from 3pm, and check-out time is 11am. Contact the hotel directly for options available for early check-in or late check-out.
Yes, there is an onsite fitness center at Gdansk - City Centre.
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