An upscale and modern retreat within the stylish seaside town, the 4* Hotel Sopot also boasts a great location, perched on the beachside park promenade, a short stroll from the iconic pier.
The cosy, contemporary-styled rooms feature spacious balconies, tlat screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities as well as private bathrooms.
At the onsite restaurant, guests can sample local and international cuisine delicacies while the lobby bar invites for a tasty cocktail.
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Groupon’s Guide to Gdansk
Gdansk, the biggest and oldest within the Polish seaside Tricity, has been one of the major Baltic Sea port towns across centuries, a city that all history buffs and maritime stories’ junkies can easily fall in love with.
Visitors should take their time to soak in the atmosphere of the lively Długa street, marked with stately gates and lined with lavishly decorated Mannerist and Baroque townhouses, to marvel at the ribbed vault of the lofty Gothic St Mary’s church and to hunt for the prettiest amber necklace and tastiest herring dish along the scenic Długie Pobrzeże - the Motława River embankment, that takes the traveller back in time to the 17th century. Those with a penchant for modern history and contemporary architecture, shouldn’t miss the two newly built interactive museums, dedicated to the Second World War memories, and to the Solidarity movement and the fall of the Iron Curtain respectively.
When the summer temperatures rise into the upper 20s, it only takes a short tram or metropolitan train ride to dip the feet in the golden sands at one of the vast beaches that link Gdansk and Sopot, the nearby elegant seaside resort, boasting Europe’s longest wooden pier.