When walking in to the Puro Hotel in Gdańsk a few words immediately come to mind; ‘Design’ being the main one, closely followed by ‘modern’ and just plain ‘cool’. Every detail in this hotel seems to be so well planned, from the lamps hanging in meter long ropes to the mirror wall behind the bar. This modern touch in the middle of the historic main part of the city made for a perfect weekend getaway.
First things first. I haven’t been to Gdańsk before and I was only there for three days, but from what I could gather, we couldn’t have asked for a better location. Walking out of the building we immediately found ourselves on the main walking street, Dluga, with museums, restaurants and beautiful Amber stores surrounding us. The rooms might be considered on the smaller side although it didn’t really bother me, but If you plan to spend a lot of time in the room I would suggest that you opt for the junior suite to be more comfortable. They all follow the distinct design of the rest of the hotel with sober colors, a modern and somewhat open faced bathroom and a tablet to control all the lights and electronics.
The hotel breakfast did not disappoint with all its classics along a few northern, mostly pickled, delicacies. But my favorite features of this hotel were definitely the 24 hour tea/coffee corner, the cheap massage offered during happy hour (13:00-17:00), the incredible bed, and of course, that the reception gladly brought up a Playstation to our room the night we feet like staying in. I would gladly return to the Puro next time i visit Gdańsk!
PRICE: Double rooms from €70
LOCATION: Stągiewna 26, 80-750 Gdańsk, Poland
CONTACT: +48 58 563 50 00
(Thank you to the Puro Hotel Gdansk for hosting our stay. My opinion is, of course, my own.)
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