Excellent pension. Only 5 bedrooms and 2-3 apartments in this first floor building, situated on Sopot's famous pedestrianised main tourist street. All rooms face into internal courtyard, hence no view but also no noise. No dining room, but excellent pre-ordered breakfast delivered to your room at agreed time. Rooms are well-appointed, with excellent bathroom. LCD TV, with approx 50 satellite channels and DVD player as standard. Tremendous value and a nice change from anonymous chain hotels. Single room ,booked several months ago, cost £50 ( $100 ) per night. Book well in advance in view of limited accommodation.
nb Latest DK guide gives superb write-up.
Hotel is just perfect! Perfectly situated - in a quiet, full of charming old trees area, but within a walk-distance from all Sopot's attractions. Rooms are modern but styly furnished and well equiped. With satelite-TV, internet connection, safe-box and minibar. There are also some more comfy rooms called "Deluxe". They all have king-size beds and bigger bathtooms. And if you are looking for something really special - the Opera's suite is for you. I had a chance to visit it and I would love to live in. The living room with a fire-place, bedroom with a bed to play football in, and bathroom with jacuzzi! And there is even a glass-wall with the view on the forest!
Hotel is called Opera so all rooms are not designated by numbers but with names of well-known operas. So you might stay in Figaro, Faust, Aida or Madame Butterfly room. The suite is called Tosca!
For me the principal quality of Opera is its charming location. There is even a small lake near-by! But hotel has also all what hotel of this class needs. Parking for guests, two good restaurants serving Polish and european cuisine and great breakfasts. There is also a english-type pub called "Lord Jim" with pool table. And a conference room for those who need to work...
The Zhong Hua Hotel is located right on the beach at Sopot. As you stand on Sopot's pier, the "Molo", and look back towards the beach, you will see the old, imposing Grand Hotel to your right and the new, equally prominent Zhong Hua to your left.
The hotel is furnished throughout with Chinese furniture and artefacts and possesses both a Chinese restaurant and a sushi bar.
All rooms are en-suite and well-furnished (fridge, satellite TV, wardrobes, desk and chair etc..) and most, if not all, provide a sea view.
A continental breakfast (including excellent scrambled eggs, an assortment of bread rolls and cakes and cereals and yoghurt) is included in the price and this can be eaten in the dining room or taken outside to eat on the terraced seating area overlooking the beach.
The staff are friendly and helpful, and have a good command of English (and other languages too, no doubt!) and there is plenty of information available from the reception area including free copies of the "in your pocket" guide to Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot.
The price is fairly steep compared to other accommodation in Sopot (375 Zloty per night during the high season = approx £60 GBP), but still represents value for money given its fantastic location and facilities. Prices drop significantly outside of the summer months.
The best thing about this hotel is its location - right on the beach! I was able to walk out of my room onto a wooden patio and then straight onto the sand.
The rooms are clean and comfortable, but I suspect that you could get equally nice rooms for about half of the price - so it really is the location that you are paying for.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel and would happily stay here again if I ever returned to Sopot.
I didn't stay here yet but came here for a dinner and checked the rooms. Will definitelly stay here next time, at least off season as the prices are much lower then.
It's about $60 per room, off season.
On the beach, great food.
Imperial is being owned by the Military so there is no doorman, there is the watchman ;-)
It's very close to the Pier, just next to Chinese Hotel and has a great view of the sea (if you get a room on the right side). The rooms are very nice and comfortable but the breakfasts are horrible.
It's not regular hotel, these are kind of studios so they won't be cleaned during your stay.
The "Grand" Hotel was built in 1927 in the Art Nouveau style. It is right on the beach. "Weranda" restaurant offers its guests traditional Polish and International dishes. There is a nightclub within the hotel which is considered somewhat exclusive, and appropriate, fashionable attire is a must.
The Hotel offers: a hairdresser, a massage, multibranch shop, a jewellery shop, a cashier, a billiards, a fitness centre, a tourist information centre, a casino. There are ironing and laundry services available. Next to the hotel are two car parks, a park with walking alleys, a jogging track, an indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, water sports facilities, a horse riding ( 2 km), and a minigolf field in Postolow ( 50 km).
Each hotel room is equipped with a bathroom, a telephone, a TV Sat, a radio. Home pets are accepted. The hotel has a room suitable for the disabled and rooms for non-smokers.
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