Hotel Impresja is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Gdansk, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as St. Mary's Church (1.4 mi) and Old Town (1.4 mi), guests of Hotel Impresja can easily experience some of Gdansk's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a desk and extra long beds, and Hotel Impresja makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Chleb i Wino, Główne Miasto Pasta, Wine & More, and Mono Kitchen, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, European Solidarity Centre (0.8 mi), Great Armoury (Wielka Zbrojownia) (1.2 mi), and St. Nicholas Church (Kosciol Sw Mikolaja) (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Impresja.
Enjoy your stay in Gdansk!
This was a emotional family trip. We were initially booked for 7 nights from 24th September, but due to visa not made available in time the trip got postponed. We finally checked in on 29th September. Property offered us the comfortable room and even adjusted the booking. This was very courteous.
The food and breakfast were very good. Unfortunately, our stay was ruined when we arrived at the hotel. the service staff did not arrange what was promised. The beds were far too hard and the pillows small and substandard so we slept very poorly.
I was on a trip with my class to Gdansk. Me and my friend got a really big room. But the first thing that welcomed us was a spider on the wall. Not huge so it was fine.. the next thing we know is 4-5 spiders in the corners of the roof. We are talking huge spiders. With long long legs! We removed them, but still has it in mind today. The breakfast was not that good either. Dry bread and scones, milk/juice/yogurt/and other bread toppings was also room temperature. We got back to the hotel and we pre ordered dinner for about 20 persons, with soda at 1900 pm. We got here and they had «forgot» about us? How is that even possible. So we had to wait for about 1-2 extra hours, to get some pizza’s ordered and the soda came when we were all finished. Back to the rooms So. First of all the hotel is noisy. The staff doesnt clean the room they only make the beds. We had a chair standing beside the bed when we left. And also some empty bottles for them to take. Guess what. It was all at the exact same spot as we left it. There are spider webs in every single corner of the room, and an old soap bar in the shower. Wifi? Horrible. Clean rooms? Nope. The floors is all dirty and stained. They could at least vaccum. The staff is not speaking good english. And they are all grumpy and mad. We do not recommend this hotel.…
My wife and I stayed at Hotel Impresja for three nights. When we arrived at the lobby, the receptionists did not greet us in any way, so I walked up to them and said hello. When I asked for our room, one of them coldly told me it was not ready yet. This was fine with me, (I’ve travelled a lot and sometimes these things happen) so I asked if we could store our luggage somewhere. We could, so we left our bags and went to explore the city and came back two hours later. Luckily our room was ready then, but we only got one key card, which was slightly odd. Our room was small, but clean. There were some stains on the curtains and on the carpet, but they would have needed professional cleaning, so I let it slide. The view was to the backyard (not so nice), but we didn’t intend to stay at the hotel room much, so it was okay. There was a tv and some refreshments (coffee, tea, sparkling water) which was nice. The bathroom was good, not too small, and the shower had excellent water pressure. Small bottles of shampoo, shower gel and soap were provided. The hotel breakfast was alright. There were three kinds of bread and also an option to toast them, which was nice. My wife was disappointed because there were no croissants (which you can usually find at any hotel breakfast). There was watermelon, which we both liked very much, and boiled as well as scrambled eggs. The coffee was a disappointment because it was so bitter and the machine didn’t have any text in English which would have told me what kind of coffee I was having, so I ended up randomly pressing buttons. Overall, a three star hotel worth the three stars, but compared to other hotels we’ve stayed at, this place did not impress.…
Nice clean rooms with basic toiletries. Receptionist was kind enough to give us a bottle of wine & a box of chocolates on arrival due to a taxi pick up mistake. Rooms are small but with good layout. Breakfast is served in one of the 2 buildings (reception is located in the other one), so checking where your room will be is good idea, specially in the winter months. Breakfast was a bit dissapointing, food selection was poor, with little to no sweet/ fruit options. Also the breakfast room is pretty small for the number of quests. We had to wait for a table to open up along with other quests.
Really good sized room, with separate seating area, tv in bedroom. Very clean, great sized bathroom. Very helpful staff. 20 minute walk from centre of Gdańsk which is lovely. Kettle in room (bring milk with you if needed).
Nice and quiet hotel almost in center. Clean room, comfortable bed, nice and helpfully staff. Verry good breakfast. Restaurant with great food. It wasnt my first visit and for sure not last. This hotel is always my first choice.
We booked here as we were going to a wedding near by but wanted to be close to Gdansk. We weren't as close as we thought and the tram system confused the hell out of us. We were a small family plus my mother (as we had a small baby) the room was very small and basic. No facilities, just bed, desk and bathroom. We had to ask for a kettle. The duvet was very small and we only had one pillow and we were very obvious in our booking that the rooms were two people and baby and one person. We didn't even have a cot in the room... Thankfully our baby was in her pram cot so we used that. We emailed ahead and asked if they did travel cots and got no reply. Find for a short time but I would say do your research before you go Use uber, it's cheap.
I went to Gdansk for a conference and I stayed in Hotel Impresja for 5 days. On the third day I decided to for a breakfast around 7:30 am. Immediately I got the breakfast room, one women from the kitchen walk straight to me and asked for my room number. I was quite surprise, so I asked her '' Do you always asked anyone who comes here for a breakfast for his/her room number?''. She persisted in asking this awkward question? So, I got annoyed and asked her '' Is it because I'm a Black man ?''. After exchange of some words with her I left the breakfast room to my conference. I won't never encourage any black person to expense their hard earn money in this hotel. I consider this woman as a racism (prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior). This woman doesn't desire to work in the hospitality industry and I will encourage her to look for different a different job where she would never meet black people.…
Absolutely recommend this hotel! The room was actually a small living room + bedroom. Everything modern, stylish, beautiful. The toiletry products were of high quality. The receptionist was really friendly and parking in the garage went smooth and easy. The restaurant next door is also great. The hotel is about 1 km from the old town on foot but the neighborhood is really quiet, so I recommend it instead of the old town hotels.