x The average starting price for a place to stay in Gdansk is £40 per night.
vladverde A very modern and comfortable hostel in the heart of Gdansk. The terrace is a great bonus, the included breakfast (rich and with many options) was unexpected. The very clean and modern furniture left only one thing to wish for, harder mattresses.
Rooikappie A very positive experience. Clean, very friendly and helpful. Even though it is a bit away from the city centre/ old town, the bus connections are frequent enough to eliminate it as an inconvenience. Highly recommended!
ul. Grodzka 7 80-841 GdanskExcellent 93%
Podwale Staromiejskie 105/106 lok.1Excellent 92%
agnes.nedregard Super charming place - spotless and brand new in a young bachelor - kind of way. Small, quiet, perfect location, and more charming, helpful and attentive staff you could not wish for. Positive surprise, I recommend staying here for sure. Don't be put off by the entrance (bit hard to find), its so nice inside! I arrived past midnight, no problem at all, in a whispering respectful way.
joseph.som Magda, a young ex-student girl with perfect English who leads this nicely located hostel, is a guardian angel, who took care of every of my questions and wishes (and of the other guests) with genuine interest and kindness. The hostel is new, clean, has a beautiful kitchen and opening from there a nice garden. Dorotha, another nice student girl with excellent English, works there too and she is as nice as Magda. They and the interesting and friendly guests made my stay very pleasant. I can only recommend this hostel.
ul.Grodzka 16Awesome 89%
aileenbrk We stayed in Happy Seven Hostel for 4 nights it was by far one of the best hostels i have ever stayed in. We had the private 3bed sports room which was very clean and comfortable. The staff were lovely people and if I ever go back to Gdansk I will certainly stay with Happy Seven again the nicest people in Poland!
Spichrzowa 15Awesome 89%
stevenmccallion Its a lovely little hostel in a great location very near to the main square in the old town. Definitely recommended. The hostel is located above a fast food joint in an old period building. It is quite small but quaint. The rooms are a little cramped. I was in an 8 bed dorm which was the size of a typical 4 bed dorm, and it was full of Irish football fans. Luckily for me I am also an Irish football fan so given the exceptional circumstances (Euro 2012) I was ok with it. I suspect that after Euro 2012 that they might remove some of the beds. At the very least the queue for the shower wont be as long! :) It was also a little noisey as its located right on the road in the city centre but again I would imagine that when Euro 2012 is over it will be much quieter! The kitchen area was small with a nice simple breakfast of bread, pate and cereal between 7 and 10. All day long they had juice, water, tea and coffee. The common area is small but cute with sofas, bean bags, TV and internet access, they even have a laptop to use for those of us without an iphone! Nice touch. Staff were friendly and helpful. Unfortunately there were some issues with double bookings but those who were double booked were accommodated elsewhere. From the hostel you are literally only minutes away from city centre bars, restaurants and all the best that Gdansk has to offer. All in all a definite yes.
maria b. I had a really comfortable stay in the Old Town Hostel Gdansk. The service was really good and the atmosphere is totally friendly. Besides that the hostel is very close to the old town of Gdansk. So my visit to this beautiful city was perfect. Thank you very much.
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