Our room was very large and clean. We had a double room and there was also a spare single bed, wardrobe, desk and tv with loads of channels but the English channels we found had a Polish voiceover - this didn't bother us as we were out most of the time. The shower room was a good size, very practical and the shower was lovely - hot and powerful. The only bad thing was the loo paper is not very nice. There is also under floor heating in the bathroom which is lovely. It was snowing and down to -10 while we were there but the radiator in the room kept us snug. The beds are quite low but comfortable.
The staff spoke very good English and were very polite and helpful. We arrived early and they had our room ready within half an hour. They also made us tea while we waited. Because we stayed for a week we had access to a kitchen up on the second floor with kettle, microwave and hob. There was a saucepan, frying pan, plates, cups and cutlery. The only thing that was needed was some cloths for washing up. There is a canteen for breakfast on site but no shops nearby. There is a Lidls' on the way to the town centre with a bakery and plenty of choice.
To get to the hotel from the airport you can get the 210 bus which will take you to the main station in Gdansk - its a big red building with loads of bus stops (you cannot miss it) and will take about 20 minutes. Then change to the 112, 186 or 212 bus. This will cost you 3.60 zl for a 1 hour ticket which is about 75p. Make sure you get a bus ticket and validate it in the machine on the bus - when the inspectors get on they do so in a group so you will get caught. Get off at the stop 'Blonia.' Walk up to the crossing and the hotel is down a side road over a little bridge - you will see a sign, its only about a 5-10 minute walk. There are jaywalking laws in Poland so do not just cross the road by the bus stop, we got told off by the police for doing this. The hotel is not in the centre of Gdansk but only a short bus ride away and is very quiet.
We had an excellent break and would definitely return. The staff were lovely, the room was massive and the whole hotel was really clean. Thank you very much Noclegi Apro for a lovely stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you are looking for a cheap accommodation or hotel in Gdansk or are you going to spend holidays by the sea, we can offer you Noclegi apro:New and cheap pension like a two-star-standard hotel,near by City Center, Old Town, PGE Arena and beaches,localized close to the entrance road from Warsaw (E7), by bus stop (number 186,112,166),in a quiet and closed area.11 rooms - spacious and comfortable, one room for disabled persons,with heated floor bathrooms, phones, desks, free Internet (WiFi, wire) and TV Sat eachwith extra bed for adults and childrens possible.Breakfast included, buffet breakfast for min. 10 Guests.Supper for orders,caffee bar with hot and cold beverages, sandwiches and sweets,Baggadge room and deposit,free parking closed during the nights.Kitchen for a few days group visits, only. ... more less
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