Radisson Blu Hotel, Gdansk

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Dlugi Targ 19 / Powroznicza, (formerly Radisson SAS), Gdansk, 80-828, Poland
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 106% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business94

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Forum Posts

In Gdansk btw Christmas and New Year - opening times? Activities?

by Elseliina

Hello,
I wonder if shops and shopping malls are open btw 26th Dec and 1st Jan. I'll stay in Gdansk for that time and like to shop in Old City and in the biggest malls. I know Poland is Catholic country and possible they are having holidays...

Any tips for visit during those days?

Re: In Gdansk btw Christmas and New Year - opening times? Activities?

by Fugu

i dont see why they wouldnt be open..they will be closed most likely on the 26.of december and maybe shorter working hours on the 31.12. but other than that should be normal working day. remember also that new years is a state, not religious holiday so the church doesnt really care about that one.

Re: In Gdansk btw Christmas and New Year - opening times? Activities?

by Elseliina

You mean the shops are normally open Christmas and New Year? What about Old Town shops, I guess it is not so active as during the summer... hopefully I'll get some amber and other local stuff...

Re: In Gdansk btw Christmas and New Year - opening times? Activities?

by Fugu

no, i mean that they will be closed during the christmas days, but should be open on the 27.,28.,29.,30. of dec., these are normal working days and perhaps shorter working hours on the 31.12.

Re: In Gdansk btw Christmas and New Year - opening times? Activities?

by sihi

Hi!

If shops will be closed, you can drive for a day trips to old town Frombork, Elblag, Malbork... do sightseeing, visit cafes...

Travel Tips for Gdansk

Former Prussia

by Raimix

Gdansk, as well as whole Western Poland, still has remains from the rule of Teutonic Order and Prussia. It is visible from architecture of places around – the same Gdansk with German style houses, gothic churches, Malbork with castle from Teutonic Knights era and so on. Actually it easily differs from, lets say, area around Krakow.

The rule of Teutonic Knights started from 1309, at 1440 city Gdansk accessed to the Prussian league.

I liked the historical...

by yumyum

I liked the historical buildings. In some of them are museums which are small but worthwhile like Dom Uphagena on ul. Dluga 12. Lots of pretty and long lasting flowers can be bought from elderly ladies and the strawberries on the market looked very yummy.

Public toilets

by HORSCHECK

It is customary in Poland that ladies toilets show a circle or the words "dla pan", whereas gents toilets show a triangle or the words "dla panow". This can be quite confusing when only the signs are shown on the toilet doors in a restaurant.
Public toilets usually charge anything between 1 and 2 Zloty, so make sure you have some change available.

Active local communities, freedom of speech

by matcrazy1

Leaving the Gdansk shipyard, I met a group of students who asked my wife and me to write or paint something referring to our visit to the shipyard, Gdansk, or whatever we wanted on large white tables they'd brought. Someone had already written there: "Everybody who betrayed the ideals of the August 1980 on the gallows! Freedom is not a game but responsibility on God and history." Futher writings said: "Freedom without solidarity loses its beauty", "I don't like Krakow but Gdansk" etc., etc., everything in Polish language except the two strange Japanese or Chinese (?) signs :-).
The students had black and red paint, paper and pens and put a large box signed "an urn for your demands" with the question "What would you like to change in present-day Poland?" written on. They conducted simple but interesting survey.

I've seen banners of local communities protesting against something in a few places in Gdansk. Well, doesn't it all prove that Gdansk is the city of more political and civilian activity than many other lazy and "silent" cities and towns in Poland ? Since Solidarity movement's success, Gdansk citizens seem to believe that their public activity may change the world around them and it works there. I'd like to see stronger local communities all over Poland.

Take a trip to Sopot

by Ben-UK

It's easy to get to nearby Sopot or Gdynia - just take the local Osobowy train from Gdansk train station - journey time is around 30 minutes. You can buy a ticket from the kiosk in the underpass which joins the train station to the town. Don't forget to cancel your ticket in one of the machines near to or on the platform.

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