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Hilton Gdansk, Poland

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Set in the city centre of Gdansk, close to the northern coast of Poland, is the 5-star Hilton Gdansk. Perfectly located so you can enjoy the sites on foot, but far enough from the centre to avoid the city noises. A word of advice; request a river view room. Aside from the stunning views you wake up to, these rooms are also quieter, making them ideal for families. There is an indoor pool, where you can relax after a day exploring the city sights. Then for a relaxing evening why not try the stunning attraction piece of the Hilton Gdansk - the roof top bar. Take advantage of the hotel babysitter and spend an evening sitting al fresco enjoying the stunning views of the city.  

What to Expect:
  • Wi-Fi
  • Babysitting
  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Cots
  • Family rooms
  • Indoor pool


Babysitting service available (on request; extra cost).


150 rooms. With TV and internet. Cots available for hire.

King Suite sleeps 2 adults and 2 children with king size bed and extra beds for children in separate living room.


Childcare (see above).
Indoor pool.
Restaurant (children's menu; highchairs).
Bars (lounge and roof bar).
Gym and sauna.
Business servcies (fax; photocopier, etc).

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Located near the northern coast of Poland, 40 minutes from Rebiechowo airport and 40 hours from Lawica airport.

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