Holland House Residence
Holland House Residence is housed in a magnificent historical building overlooking the popular Dlugi Targ (Long Market), right in the heart of the Old Town. A perfect spot for city strolling, all it takes is walking out the main door.
Once a Dutch Consulate, it now reflects its history and the Dutch accents can be felt throughout, with the most impressive being the original mosaic tiles. Rooms have elegant furnishings, timber beam ceilings, muted tones and a relaxed ambiance. Alongside great views of the city, Holland House has a nice restaurant with a great summer garden, a prime spot for people watching and a few drinks.
Rooms: 26 Rates: Double rooms from 170zł including breakfast Check in: 14:00 Check out: 11:00 Facilities: Restaurant, bar, free WiFi available in all areas, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, express check in/check out, ironing service, dry cleaning, laundry, non-smoking throughout, safety deposit box, lift, family rooms, facilities for disabled guests, room service, in rooms: LCD TV, free internet, hair dryer, bathtubs/showers
IN THE KNOW
Superior rooms are gorgeous and overlook the picturesque pedestrianised Długi Targ street.
A copy of the Tin Drum by Gunter Grass is a must read for anyone visiting Gdansk.
Good to know
Hotel restaurant offers 10% discount for guests.
The restaurant is casual and serves good fish and seafood, in the summer nothing beats the terrace set just outside on the charming cobbled main street.
Kids are welcome and cots, as well as family rooms, are available.
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Available all year for selected rooms, black out dates applySEE DETAILS
Strictly central location in the Old Town means there is no car access to where the hotel is or to streets nearby. There is parking by Łąkowa Street 10 minutes walk from the hotel. The main railway station is 15 minute walk through the Old Town. Gdansk Lech Walesa airport is a half hour drive and served well by taxis and local bus (number 210).
Many of Gdańsk's landmarks are on the hotel's doorsteps - the famous Neptune's Fountain, Artus Crane, iconic medieval port crane right on the river, endless summer beer gardens, bars, shops and restaurants are everywhere around. Check out Mariacka Street famed for numerous amber shops. See our Guide to Tricity to find out about the highlights of all three coastal cities.