Its really central location and entire city core is close! Room was really big and nice. Prices are also affordable. I would recommend.Walls are too thin, so you can hear everything around the room. Curtains are good but still, the sun comes in, when it comes to breakfast I wouldn't recommend it since for the same money you can get a meal in the restaurant! A nice one :P
Lovely building, helpful staff and guests we thought were staff lol.
Shouldn't be called a hostel, remove the s! Same league a a quality *** hotel imo.
Little bit haunting pic of little boys face on wall in boat in one room, but great that they got an artist in to do them unique in the first place.
Will be back. Probably again and again.
The apartment was near to the Gdansk train station approx 1km and is easily walkable. The room was big enough for 2 people.The bed was very very comfortable . Heating was perfect in December cold. The private bathroom was really very big and neat and clean. The wifi was great. The check in lady was super friendly. The check in was smooth . There is 24 hour tea coffee avilable in the seating area. The recpetion is from 8 AM to 8PM. Gdansk old town is only 500 mts from the hotel. The staff has called taxi for us in the morning as it was raining. We paid 80 PLN for 1 night.
Came for a wonderful stay in January and enjoyed what was likely one of my favourite trips ever. Such a lovely city full of life and history. The hostel is perfectly situated to enjoy the city, being centrally located and with manned reception. Rooms are large, airy, clean and smart. Note* this is not a hostel it is more like a quality 3 star hotel.Its also easy to get the train to nearby places such as sopot. Would recommend Gdansk and hostel 22 to anyone
It does what is says on the tin!
We had a great stay there, really good location in close proximity to the ferry and the most beautiful street in Gdansk! Tea and coffee facility available in the communal area, which was a nice bonus as I have not expected it, as this is a hostel/guest room and not a hotel. Nice staff that were really helpful, so overall thumbs up! We would love to go back to Gdansk, as it's such a beautiful city and will be booking this place again.
Stayed there for three nights.
The hostel was nice and clean, and the staff was friendly and helpfull.The room including the bathroom was very big, but the beds were very hard and the shower fell down, so if you were 120 cm, it would fit.
The free toiletries was only handsoapBreakfast was continental and very average - but they had free coffee and tea all day..There was a lot of construction noice outside and it woke us up very early.The hostel is located very nice near the market, the water and the trainstationWe stayed on a high 3. floor and unfortunatly there was no elevator.
We booked a private double room for our short stay in Gdansk. I thought all the reviews and pictures were too good to be true given the cheap price, but we had a fantastic stay here. It was comfortable, spacious, warm, had storage space, fast wifi, and an incredibly clean bathroom complete with a powerful shower. The lady on reception was very lovely, spoke very good English and was more than happy to help with directions etc. Free tea and coffee in the common room was a nice added bonus. There is no doubt that this felt more like a stay in a hotel rather than a hostel. The only downside was that on the Expedia website it said toiletries were included but they only provide soap so make sure to bring your own. Check out is at 11am which means no early start or rush to check out. It is located sightly away from the town centre but within a ten minute walk you can be at most of the main attractions in Gdansk including the waterfront and old town. Additionally, there is a bar/club called Bunkier Klubogaleria a stones throw away from the front door. It is well worth a visit even if you just pop in for a night cap. We were concerned we'd hear noise coming from it or the surrounding building works but you can't hear
Great places to stay, rooms are big with bed, chairs, table and a TV, as well as wardrobe and a bathroom. With option for breakfast for 15zl per morning, but free tea and coffee at all times. Location is great, slightly out of the town centre, but the bunkier club i just across the street. roughly 10-15 minutes to walk to the train and bus station, Or if you take a shuttle bus from the airport like I did (wizz air) its even easier to get to the hostels location.