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Nerby attractions
  • Water sports (including jet skis, SUPs)

    In the nearby area, about 250 meters from the hotel, there is a water equipment rental.

    Jet Skis offers unforgettable excitement and adrenaline on the water. They are fast, safe, and easy to operate, making them ideal for water sports enthusiasts.

    SUPs (Stand Up Paddleboards) provide a calm and versatile form of recreation. Perfect for paddling on lakes, rivers, and the sea, they offer relaxation and improve fitness.

  • Quads

    Within the Tricity area, there are many companies offering quad rentals, and upon request, we can assist our guests in organizing them.

    Quads are ideal vehicles for thrill-seekers. They provide incredible fun on diverse terrains – from forest paths to mountain trails. Sturdy, safe, and easy to operate, quads guarantee unforgettable outdoor excitement.

  • Paintball

    Within the Tricity area, there are many companies offering various types of team games, and upon request, we can assist our guests in organizing them.

    Paintball is a dynamic and exciting team game that combines strategy, fast pace, and sports competition. Participants, armed with paint markers, compete in various scenarios on specially prepared fields. Ideal for groups of friends, corporate team-building events, or integration parties, paintball guarantees unforgettable experiences and great fun.

  • Nordic Walking

    At the hotel, it is possible to rent Nordic walking poles. The quantity is limited, so reservations are recommended.

    Nordic Walking is a dynamic form of walking using special poles that engages the whole body. This activity improves fitness, strengthens muscles, and enhances well-being. Ideal for people of all ages, Nordic Walking combines health benefits with the opportunity to spend time outdoors.

  • Bikes

    In the nearby area, next to the Sopot Pier, there is a rental service for bicycles and child trailers.

    Additionally, in the vicinity, there are electric bike stations available, allowing you to explore coastal paths, parks, and charming streets effortlessly.

  • Hippodrome

    Distance from the hotel – 3.5 km.

    The Sopot Hippodrome is a unique place that attracts equestrian enthusiasts from all over the country and abroad. Located in the heart of Sopot, close to beautiful beaches and seaside attractions, it offers excellent conditions for horse sports and the organization of equestrian events.

    The Sopot Hippodrome also hosts many prestigious events, such as international equestrian competitions, shows, and festivals. It offers a wide range of training and courses for riders of various skill levels. Experienced instructors provide professional support and safe learning conditions.

    In addition to competitions and training, the Sopot Hippodrome also offers attractions for visitors. You can organize tours to learn about the behind-the-scenes work with horses and take advantage of recreational offers, such as horseback riding for children and adults. The picturesque location and proximity to other Sopot attractions make it an ideal place to spend a day surrounded by nature and beautiful animals.

Attractions for children
  • Playgrounds

    Within 100 meters from the hotel, there is the Ship 33 playground. This unique playground in the shape of a ship is a place where children can embark on an unforgettable journey across a land-sea, discovering the secrets of pirates and maritime treasures.

  • The Stronghold in Sopot

    Distance from the hotel – 2.5 km.

    The Stronghold in Sopot is a unique place that takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the history and traditions of our region. Located in a picturesque landscape, the museum presents authentic reconstructions of settlements and villages from various epochs, depicting the daily life of our ancestors.

    What can you see?

    Settlement Reconstructions: The Stronghold in Sopot offers a rich collection of authentic reconstructions of settlements and villages, allowing visitors to step back in time and see what life was like in the past.

    Craft Workshops: Experience ancient crafts firsthand by participating in workshops led by experienced artisans. Learn the secrets of old professions and try your hand at traditional techniques.

    Educational Programs: The museum regularly organizes special educational programs for children and adults, offering opportunities to delve into the history of our region through interactive lessons and presentations.

    Cultural Events: The Stronghold in Sopot is also a venue for various cultural events such as festivals, concerts, and folk shows that promote local culture and traditions.

  • Aquapark Sopot

    Distance from the hotel 3 km.

    Aqua Park Sopot is one of the largest swimming pool and water park complexes in Pomerania. Located in the heart of Sopot, this modern facility offers a wide range of attractions for people of all ages, providing unforgettable moments of joy and relaxation.

    Attractions for families and friends:

    Pools and Slides: Aqua Park features various pools including a leisure pool, a sports pool, and a children’s pool, ensuring fun and refreshment for everyone. Moreover, numerous water slides including turbo slides and kamikaze slides offer an adrenaline rush and great fun for the adventurous.

    Sauna Zone: For those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation, Aqua Park offers a well-equipped sauna zone where you can unwind in various saunas, steam baths, and jacuzzis.

    Fitness and SPA: Aqua Park Sopot is not just a place for fun but also an ideal spot for active leisure. The complex houses a modern fitness center and spa where you can participate in various sports activities and enjoy relaxing massages.

  • Jump City

    Distance from the hotel – 6 km.

    Jump City is a dynamic trampoline park that provides unforgettable experiences for all enthusiasts of physical activity and fun. Located in the heart of Gdynia, this modern complex offers a wide range of attractions for people of all ages, ensuring joy and excitement for all visitors.

    What can you find at Jump City:

    Trampolines: Jump City features a variety of trampolines where you can perform different jumps, acrobatics, and tricks. From classic trampolines to special zones for wall bouncing or into foam pits, there’s something for everyone.

    Parkour Zone: For those interested in parkour and acrobatics, Jump City offers a specially designed parkour zone where you can develop your skills and perform various tricks.

    Ball Pits: For the youngest visitors, Jump City provides a ball pit area that guarantees lots of fun and joy.

    Two locations:

    ul. Tadeusza Wendy 7/9 81-341, Gdynia

    al. Grunwaldzka 355 (opposite the University of Gdańsk) 80-309, Gdańsk

  • Zoo

    Distance from the hotel – 5 km.

    The Gdańsk Zoo is one of the largest and most attractive zoological gardens in Poland, located in the heart of the city. It is an extraordinary place that provides unforgettable experiences and educational fun for families.

    Founded in 1954, the zoo houses a remarkable collection of 164 species of animals (868 individuals) on a sprawling 125 hectares, making it the largest zoo in Poland in terms of size!

  • Reagan Park with playgrounds

    Distance from the hotel – 4 km.

    Reagan Park is a picturesque urban park located in the heart of Gdańsk, offering visitors splendid opportunities for relaxation, recreation, and connection with nature. Known for its beauty and historical significance, the park is a favorite spot for walks and gatherings among locals and tourists alike.

    Strolling along the paths of Reagan Park, you can admire the richness of vegetation, beautiful flowers, and lush trees that create scenic landscapes amidst the city. Resting on benches or picnicking on the grass allows you to fully enjoy the harmony of nature.

    Reagan Park provides numerous attractions for enthusiasts of active leisure, such as walking paths, football fields, tennis courts, and playgrounds for children. It is an excellent place for jogging, cycling, or simply having a picnic with family and friends.

    Reagan Park also boasts a rich history and many cultural attractions. It features numerous monuments, sculptures, and historic buildings that reflect the long history of this place and its significance to the local community.

  • Gdynia Aquarium

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    Gdynia Aquarium is an extraordinary place that takes visitors on a fascinating journey underwater, where you can admire the diversity of marine life and explore the secrets of the depths. Located in the heart of Gdynia, it is one of the largest and most attractive oceanariums in Poland.

    What you will find at Gdynia Aquarium:

    Marine Fauna: Observe thousands of colorful fish, marine turtles, and other fascinating creatures that inhabit our oceans and seas.

    Interactive Attractions: Walk through aquarium tunnels, touch marine creatures in touch pools, and participate in educational programs that will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

    Education and Marine Awareness: Gdynia Aquarium is dedicated to ocean conservation and ecological education, offering engaging programs for children and adults that help understand the importance of preserving our seas and oceans.

  • The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk

    Distance from the hotel – 17 km.

    The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is a place that takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the history of navigation and maritime traditions. Located on the banks of the Motława River, the museum offers rich collections of artifacts and exhibits, showcasing the richness and diversity of the maritime heritage of the region.

    Visiting the museum, you will uncover the secrets of navigation, fishing, and port life in Gdańsk. The museum’s collections not only preserve history but also countless stories about people and their connections with the sea.

    The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk provides not only the opportunity to view exhibits but also interactive attractions, workshops, and lectures that engage visitors and allow them to actively participate in learning about maritime history.

  • The Experiment Science Centre

    Distance from the hotel – 7 km.

    The Experiment Science Centre is where science becomes an adventure! Located in the heart of the city, this interactive educational center provides extraordinary experiences for all curious minds, regardless of age.

    Immerse yourself in the world of scientific discoveries and experiments, where you can touch, see, and understand the principles behind various natural and technological phenomena. Interactive exhibitions and exhibits encourage independent exploration and discovery.

    The Experiment Science Centre offers a wide range of attractions for visitors, from scientific shows and workshops to simulators, laboratories, and play zones for children. It’s an excellent place for family outings, school trips, or gatherings with friends.

  • Hevelianum

    Distance from the hotel – 12 km.

    Hevelianum is an interactive science center located in Gdańsk, offering a wide range of educational and entertaining attractions for children, youth, and adults. The name refers to the famous Gdańsk astronomer Jan Heweliusz, and the mission of the center is to popularize science and technology in an accessible and engaging way.

    What can you see at Hevelianum:

    1. Interactive Exhibitions – Hevelianum offers various exhibitions that allow visitors to conduct experiments and experiences on their own. This makes science not only understandable but also enjoyable.
    2. Planetarium – A place where you can embark on a fascinating journey through space, learning about the secrets of stars, planets, and other celestial bodies. The projections are tailored for both children and adults.
    3. Educational Workshops – Regularly organized workshops in various fields of science such as physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, and robotics. Led by experienced educators, these workshops allow practical exploration of knowledge.
    4. Special Events and Shows – Hevelianum often organizes special scientific shows, meetings with scientists, and events such as Museum Night or Children’s Day.

    Hevelianum is an excellent destination for families, school trips, and anyone interested in exploring science in an interactive and engaging environment.

Attractions in sopot

Sopot is a seaside resort. Since the 1960s, it has hosted and continues to host song festivals, as well as the Two Theatres Festival and other events. It is known for horse racing and high-class sailing competitions. In Sopot is located the longest wooden pier in Europe, the famous “Monciak” (Monte Cassino Street), seaside parks, a cliff, and interesting buildings. It has a unique atmosphere and is a recognized entertainment spot within the Tri-City metropolitan area

  • Sopot Pier

    Distance from the hotel – 1 km.

    The Sopot Pier is one of the most recognizable landmarks on the Polish Baltic coast and a true icon of this popular seaside resort. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe, stretching 511.5 meters, making it an exceptional place for strolls, relaxation, and enjoying beautiful views of the Gdańsk Bay.

    Originally built in 1827, the pier has undergone multiple renovations over the years to meet the growing demands of tourists. The current structure retains its classic wooden character, giving it a unique nostalgic charm. The pier is where history meets modernity – its structure and design are regularly maintained to ensure safety and comfort for visitors.

  • Beach

    Distance from the hotel – 50 m.

    The beach in Sopot is one of the most picturesque and popular spots on the Polish Baltic coast. Stretching approximately 4.5 kilometers, this sandy beach offers excellent conditions for relaxation, recreation, and entertainment. It is a place that attracts both tourists and locals alike, providing a wide range of attractions for everyone.

  • Monte Cassino

    Distance from the hotel – 1 km.

    Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street, commonly known as “Monciak,” is the most famous and lively street in Sopot. It serves as the central hub of the city, connecting Sopot Główny railway station with the beach and the famous Sopot Pier. Walking along this street, you can feel the true atmosphere of a seaside resort.

    Historic tenements and architecture – Monciak is renowned for its beautiful, historical tenement houses that give the street a unique character. Many of them have been restored and now house cafes, restaurants, and shops.

    Restaurants and cafes – The street is rich in numerous dining establishments offering both Polish and international cuisine. During the summer season, the cafe and restaurant terraces fill up with guests, creating a lively, holiday atmosphere.

    Shops and boutiques – Monciak is a perfect place for shopping. Here you’ll find elegant boutiques, souvenir shops, as well as popular retail chains. It’s an ideal spot for purchasing unique souvenirs from Sopot.

    Crooked House – One of the most characteristic buildings on Monte Cassino is the Crooked House (Krzywy Domek). Its unusual, undulating architecture attracts tourists and is one of the most photographed landmarks in Sopot. Inside, there are numerous cafes, shops, and offices.

    Culture and entertainment – Monciak is the cultural center of Sopot. Here you’ll find theaters, art galleries, and venues regularly hosting concerts, festivals, and other cultural events.

    Nightlife – After dark, Monte Cassino transforms into an entertainment hub. Clubs, bars, and pubs open until late hours attract both locals and tourists, offering a wide range of entertainment options for everyone.

  • Forest Opera

    Distance from the hotel – 3 km.

    Forest Opera in Sopot is one of the most unique and well-known amphitheaters in Poland. Located in a picturesque, wooded setting, it is a landmark on the country’s cultural map, hosting numerous concerts, festivals, and artistic events for over a century.

    Opened in 1909, Forest Opera quickly gained a reputation as a prestigious venue for musical and cultural events. Surrounded by lush vegetation, the amphitheater creates a distinctive atmosphere that blends nature and art.

    Amphitheater: Built in the form of a classical amphitheater, Forest Opera can accommodate around 4,400 spectators in covered seats and an additional 1,200 seats in the open area. The structure ensures excellent acoustics and visibility from every seat.

    Stage: The stage of Forest Opera is modern and equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting technologies, allowing for both intimate concerts and large theatrical and operatic productions.

  • Museum of Sopot

    Distance from the hotel – 850 m.

    The Museum of Sopot is an extraordinary place that allows visitors to step back in time and explore the rich history and culture of this charming seaside resort. Located in a beautifully restored villa from the early 20th century, the museum offers a fascinating journey through the history of Sopot, its residents, and the tourists who have visited over the years.

    The Museum of Sopot opened in 2001 and is housed in the Art Nouveau villa Claaszen, built in 1903. The building itself is an architectural gem, exemplifying the distinctive style of early 20th-century Sopot architecture.

    Permanent Exhibitions:

    History of Sopot: This exhibition showcases the development of the city from its origins as a fishing village through the dynamic growth in the 19th and 20th centuries to the present day. Visitors can see photographs, documents, maps, and everyday objects that illustrate the life of Sopot residents.

    Art Nouveau Architecture: An exhibition dedicated to Art Nouveau architecture in Sopot, featuring numerous photographs, plans, and models showcasing the most important buildings and their distinctive elements.

    The Museum of Sopot is not just a place to view exhibitions. It is also an active cultural and educational center offering:

    Educational Workshops: Educational programs for children, youth, and adults that allow for hands-on learning about the history and culture of Sopot.

    Lectures and Talks: Meetings with historians, writers, and experts who share their knowledge on various aspects of life in Sopot.

    Cultural Projects: Organizing concerts, literary evenings, and other cultural events that enrich the museum’s offerings.

  • Summer Cinema at the Pier in Sopot

    Distance from the hotel – 1 km.


    Summer Cinema at the Pier in Sopot is a unique attraction that combines the charm of a movie evening with the extraordinary scenery of the longest wooden pier in Europe. It is a place where residents and tourists can enjoy movies outdoors, surrounded by the sound of waves and sea breeze.

  • Cinema

    Cinem is located in the city center, making it easily accessible for both residents and tourists. The proximity to the Sopot pier and other main tourist attractions makes it an ideal place to end a day full of experiences.

    Address: Multikino Sopot
    ul. Bohaterów Monte Cassino 63, 81-767 Sopot

  • Hippodrome

    Distance from the hotel – 3,5 km.

    The Sopot Hippodrome is a unique place that attracts horse riding enthusiasts from across the country and abroad. Located in the heart of Sopot, close to beautiful beaches and seaside attractions, it offers excellent conditions for horse sports and the organization of equestrian events.

    The Sopot Hippodrome also hosts many prestigious events such as international horse riding competitions, shows, and festivals. It provides a wide range of training and courses for riders at various skill levels. Experienced instructors ensure professional support and safe learning conditions.

    In addition to competitions and training, the Sopot Hippodrome offers attractions for visitors. Tours can be organized to learn about the behind-the-scenes of working with horses, and recreational activities such as horse riding for children and adults are available. Its picturesque location and proximity to other Sopot attractions make it an ideal place to spend the day surrounded by nature and beautiful animals.

Attractions in Gdansk

Gdańsk is a city with over a thousand years of history, so rich that “its history could be shared with several other cities of similar size.” Located at the mouth of the Motława River into the Gulf of Gdańsk, it has long been a unique cultural and scientific center, the heart of Pomerania. It hosts, among other events, the largest international amber trade fair in the world, and in the summer, the centuries-old St. Dominic’s Fair

  • Old Town in Gdańsk

    Distance from the hotel – 13 km.

    The Old Town in Gdańsk is one of the most beautiful historical centers in Poland, renowned for its rich architecture, medieval atmosphere of narrow streets, and unique charm. It is a place where the past blends seamlessly with the present, creating a distinctive atmosphere that attracts residents and tourists from around the world.

    Gdańsk, with its rich history in trade and culture dating back to the Middle Ages, has its roots deeply embedded in history. The Old Town serves as the heart of the city, housing its most important landmarks, squares, and historic houses. Situated along the banks of the Motława River, the Old Town was once the main trading port on the Baltic Sea.

    The Old Town in Gdańsk is famous for its exceptional architecture spanning various styles from Gothic to Baroque. Among its most notable landmarks are:

    Long Market Square (Długi Targ): The central square of the Old Town, surrounded by beautiful historic houses, and home to the Neptune Fountain, a symbol of Gdańsk.

    St. Mary’s Basilica (Bazylika Mariacka): An impressive Gothic church, one of the largest in Europe, renowned for its monumental St. Mary’s Altar by Veit Stoss.

    Main Town Hall (Ratusz Głównego Miasta): The seat of the city authorities, representing Gothic-Renaissance style with its distinctive clock tower.

    Golden Gate (Złota Brama): One of the main gateways into the Old Town, formerly the principal entrance to the city.

    St. Catherine’s Church (Kościół św. Katarzyny): A Gothic church dating back to the 15th century, playing a significant role in Gdańsk’s religious life.

    Patrician Houses: Historic merchant houses that once belonged to wealthy merchants, adding to the picturesque landscape of Gdańsk.

    Visiting the Old Town in Gdańsk offers a journey through centuries of history and architectural splendor, making it a must-see destination for anyone visiting the region.

  • Oliwa Park

    Distance from the hotel – 4,5 km.

    Oliwa Park, located in the picturesque district of Oliwa in Gdańsk, is a true oasis of greenery and peace. Renowned for its lush vegetation, historic avenues, and charming corners, the park attracts residents and tourists from the entire region, offering unforgettable experiences for nature lovers and those seeking moments of relaxation.

    Oliwa Park has a long history dating back to the 17th century when it was founded by the Oliwa Abbey. Today, it covers an area of approximately 11 hectares and is a significant part of Gdańsk’s cultural heritage. Situated near the Oliwa Cathedral, the park is an ideal place for a peaceful walk or a moment of rest after exploring the nearby landmarks.

  • The Museum of the Second World War

    Distance from the hotel – 15 km.

    The Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk is a place that brings to light the tragic history of World War II, its causes, course, and consequences, with a particular focus on the experiences of ordinary people, their sufferings, and heroism. Located in the center of Gdańsk, in one of the most symbolic places directly connected to events of the Second World War.

    The Museum of the Second World War opened in 2017 as a modern cultural institution aimed at promoting knowledge about World War II and fostering attitudes of tolerance and respect towards other nations and cultures. The museum’s mission is to convey true stories that reflect the diversity of people’s experiences during the war and to promote the values of peace and reconciliation.

  • The European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk

    Distance from the hotel – 13 km.

    The European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk is a place that pays tribute to the Solidarity movement and all those who fought for freedom, democracy, and human rights in Poland during the times of communism. It is located at the historic site of the Gdańsk Shipyard, where the Solidarity movement was born, holding immense significance for the history of Poland and Europe.

    The European Solidarity Centre was opened in 2014 as a cultural institution aimed at commemorating and honoring the legacy of the Solidarity movement, as well as promoting democratic and social values. It serves as a place for reflection on the history of Poland and Europe, showcasing the strength of the human spirit in the struggle for freedom and dignity

  • Westerplatte

    Distance from the hotel – 15 km.

    Westerplatte, located on a peninsula overlooking the Gdańsk Bay, is not only rich in history but also boasts picturesque landscapes of seaside nature. Surrounded by pine forests and wide beaches, Westerplatte is an ideal enclave for those seeking both relaxation in nature and exploration of history.

    Westerplatte stands as a symbol of Polish resistance in the face of German aggression in the early days of World War II. It was here, on September 1, 1939, that one of the most important battles in Polish history began, as Polish soldiers defended their position against superior German forces. The legacy of this place reminds us of the heroism and determination of the defenders who faced adversity with courage.

Attractions in Gdynia

Neighboring Gdynia is a city “of the sea and dreams.” The city center captivates with its unique modernist, so-called “ship-like” architecture. It was from the port of Gdynia that the “Stefan Batory” set sail on transatlantic voyages

  • Gdynia Aquarium

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    Gdynia Aquarium is an extraordinary place that takes visitors on a fascinating journey underwater, where you can admire the diversity of marine life and explore the secrets of the depths. Located in the heart of Gdynia, it is one of the largest and most attractive oceanariums in Poland.

    What will you find at Gdynia Aquarium:

    Marine Fauna: Observe thousands of colorful fish, marine turtles, and other fascinating creatures that inhabit our oceans and seas.

    Interactive Attractions: Walk through aquarium tunnels, touch marine creatures in touch pools, and participate in educational programs that will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

    Education and Marine Awareness: Gdynia Aquarium is dedicated to ocean conservation and ecological education, offering engaging programs for children and adults that help understand the importance of preserving our seas and oceans.

  • ORP Błyskawica

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    ORP Błyskawica is a Polish destroyer that served in the Polish Navy and is one of the most famous Polish warships. It currently functions as a museum ship and is docked in Gdynia, at the Tadeusz Kościuszko Square, making it an important tourist attraction and a symbol of Polish maritime heritage.

    ORP Błyskawica was built at the British shipyard J. Samuel White in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. The ship was launched on October 1, 1936, and entered service on November 25, 1937. It was one of two destroyers of the Grom class, specifically designed for the Polish Navy. ORP Błyskawica actively participated in military operations during World War II, including the Norwegian Campaign, convoy operations in the Atlantic, and the Normandy landings. After the war, the ship returned to Poland and served until the 1970s, when it ceased active duty and was converted into a museum ship.

    Since 1976, ORP Błyskawica has been open to visitors as a museum. Its interiors, including living quarters, machinery, and armament, have been preserved in their original state, allowing visitors to get a detailed look at life aboard the destroyer. The exhibitions on board showcase the rich history of the ship and the Polish Navy, along with numerous artifacts related to Poland’s maritime traditions.

  • The Naval Museum

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    The Naval Museum, located in the center of Gdynia on the seaside promenade named after Feliks Nowowiejski, is one of the city’s key tourist attractions. This museum offers a deep dive into the history of the Polish Navy, showcasing a rich collection of exhibits related to the sea and military service.

    The Naval Museum features several permanent exhibitions that explore various aspects of the history of the Polish naval forces:

    1. History of the Polish Navy – This exhibition traces the development of the Polish Navy from its origins to the present day. It includes models of ships, uniforms, weapons, documents, and photographs illustrating important events and figures in naval history.
    2. Outdoor Exhibition – Surrounding the museum, visitors can see actual floating units such as torpedo boats, naval guns, torpedoes, and other naval armaments. Exhibits that can be explored from the inside are particularly popular, providing a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like aboard a real warship.
    3. Gallery of Medals – This section is dedicated to decorations and medals awarded for service in the Polish Navy. The exhibition highlights the heroism and dedication of Polish sailors.
  • Dar Pomorza

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    Dar Pomorza, also known as the White Frigate, is one of the most recognizable symbols of Gdynia. This historic sailing ship museum, moored at the Pomorski Pier, is one of the city’s premier tourist attractions. It draws thousands of visitors annually, offering a unique glimpse into Poland’s maritime history.

    Dar Pomorza was built in 1909 in Hamburg as a training ship for the German merchant navy, initially named “Prinzess Eitel Friedrich”. In 1929, thanks to the generosity of the Pomorze region’s society, the ship was purchased by Poland and given to the State Maritime School in Gdynia. For over half a century, Dar Pomorza served as a training sailing ship, educating thousands of future sailors. In 1982, after retiring from active service, it was transformed into a museum ship.

    Visiting Dar Pomorza is a journey through time, allowing visitors to explore life aboard a traditional training sailing ship. Highlights include:

    1. Captain’s Bridge – the place where the captain commanded the ship. Visitors can see original navigational instruments and experience the atmosphere of bridge operations.
    2. Crew Cabins – authentic interiors where the officer corps and naval school students lived. Exhibits in the cabins showcase daily life on the ship and personal belongings of sailors.
    3. Engine Room and Main Deck – visitors have the opportunity to see how the steam engine operated and explore various parts of the sailing ship’s deck, including crew work and relaxation areas.
    4. Thematic Exhibitions – the museum on board Dar Pomorza presents numerous exhibits related to the history of sailing, maritime training, and voyages undertaken by the ship over the years.
  • The Gdynia Automotive Museum

    Distance from the hotel – 17 km.

    The Gdynia Automotive Museum is a fascinating tourist attraction for car enthusiasts and automotive history buffs. Located in the Chylonia district, the museum offers a unique collection of classic vehicles that transport visitors through time, showcasing the evolution of automotive technology from its origins to the present day.

    The museum boasts an impressive collection of cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles that have been meticulously restored and are displayed in excellent condition. Visitors can admire vehicles from renowned brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Ford, BMW, Cadillac, Harley-Davidson, and many more. Each exhibit has its own unique story, which can be discovered during the visit. The collection includes vehicles from various eras, starting from the early 20th century through the interwar period to the post-war 1960s and 70s.

    The Gdynia Automotive Museum offers diverse thematic exhibitions that change seasonally and for special occasions. Visitors can explore:

    1. Historical Vehicles – exhibitions showcasing cars and motorcycles that had a significant impact on the development of automotive technology. The collection includes both mass-produced models and unique specimens.
    2. Luxury and Sports Cars – exclusive models that dazzle with their design and performance. This exhibition is a treat for fans of luxury and sports motoring.
    3. Motorcycles – a rich collection of motorcycles that illustrate the evolution of two-wheelers over decades. From classic models to more contemporary ones.
    4. Military and Specialized Vehicles – exhibits related to military history and specialized applications in automotive technology, including off-road vehicles and trucks.
  • The Żeromski House

    Distance from the hotel – 6 km.

    The Żeromski House, located in the picturesque Orłowo district of Gdynia, is one of the most significant literary landmarks on the Polish coast. This place attracts both literature enthusiasts and tourists seeking charming spots with rich history. Surrounded by greenery, overlooking the Baltic Sea, the Żeromski House is a unique tourist attraction that offers not only a glimpse into history but also beautiful landscapes.

    The Żeromski House has preserved its historical character and is open to visitors. Inside, you can see:

    1. Writer’s Study – Żeromski’s workplace, featuring original furniture, desk, memorabilia, and manuscripts of the writer. Visitors can immerse themselves in the atmosphere where he created his works.
    2. Thematic Exhibitions – displays dedicated to the life and work of Stefan Żeromski. Here, photographs, documents, and personal items of the writer are showcased, providing insight into his life and the historical and literary context of his works.
    3. Żeromski Family Room – a space that reflects the daily life of the Żeromski family, with original furnishings and memorabilia.
  • Musical Theatre of D. Baduszkowa

    Distance from the hotel – 11 km.

    Musical Theatre of D. Baduszkowa in Gdynia is one of the most important cultural institutions in Poland and the largest musical theatre in the country. Located in the heart of the city, on Grunwaldzki Square, it serves as an artistic center that attracts theatre, music, and dance enthusiasts from around the world. Its diverse repertoire and spectacular performances make it a must-visit attraction in Gdynia.

    Founded in 1958 and named after Danuta Baduszkowa since 1987, a distinguished director and manager who had a significant influence on the theatre’s development, the Musical Theatre has grown dynamically since its inception, gaining recognition both in Poland and internationally. The contemporary theatre building, modernized and expanded, offers modern and comfortable conditions for its audience.

    Musical Theatre of D. Baduszkowa in Gdynia is renowned for its diverse and ambitious repertoire. It includes classic musicals as well as modern theatrical productions. Some of the notable performances include:

    1. Musicals such as “Les Misérables,” “Mamma Mia!”, “Notre Dame de Paris,” and “Evita.” These productions impress with high artistic quality, magnificent scenery, and professional performances.
    2. Revues and concerts – spectacular shows that combine music, dance, and special effects, offering unforgettable experiences.
    3. Children’s performances – specially crafted shows that introduce the youngest audience members to the world of theatre and music, nurturing their imagination and artistic sensitivity
Attractions in hotel
  • Relax zone

    In our sauna zone, you will find a traditional Finnish sauna and a modern Infrared sauna. The Finnish sauna provides intense cleansing of the body and mind through heat, while the Infrared sauna works more gently, warming the body from the inside and promoting relaxation.

    We also invite you to enjoy our relaxation area with a salt wall, which moisturizes the skin and provides sensory relief.

    Discover the benefits of our sauna zone and treat yourself to a moment of blissful relaxation.

  • Fitness room

    For those who prefer an active leisure experience, the hotel provides a fitness room equipped with everything necessary for exercise. Here, guests can use a variety of equipment including treadmills, stationary bikes, and elliptical trainers to maintain physical fitness even while on vacation.