Small pretentious hotel, far too expensive for its standard. We had booked three separate rooms, but naively accepted an offer for "one big apartment of course in the same price!". It was big and had telly, but also flaking paint, loose and even unconnected electrical couplings, many lights the rooms and staircase not working, one shower only for three men and we had to wait a couple of days before soap was delivered to one of the two toilets. There was also a small roof terrace, with grubby artificial grass floor, a table worn by all sorts of weather, ome electrical lights, most damaged, and few chairs, one of which was also damaged. On the plus side, the receiption area was modern, most staff friendly the breakfast excellent (at 10 euro it should be!) and the location perfect. But you'll easily find cheaper hotels of at least the same standard and location. It was our first and last visit to PicaPaca.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The eight suites, with their spacious room layouts and their individual design always offer a pleasant stay. Each room has its own theme, for example one is dedicated to Marilyn Monroe and another one to Albert Einstein. The rooms all have a mini bar, telephone, free internet WLAN, satellite and a TV, as well as an ensuite bathroom. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pica Paca Gdansk