Apartments Bakalia is situated in the very heart of the Old Town, opposite St. John's church, just 100 m from the historic Great Crane and picturesque harbor, and 300 m from the Long Market and St. Mary's church.
Our apartments, built in 2012, were designed to give you feeling of luxury, relaxation and convenience. Sauna, fitness center, billiards, relaxation room, patio with a fountain and garden, security guards, monitoring, and indoor garage are part of our standard service. And for the food lovers there are 3 restaurants and a café located on the ground floor.
Our apartments were individually designed with a spacious living room with a flat screen TV, fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, stove/microwave, and elegant bathroom with washing machine. For our customers we also offer free of charge indoor garage.
The Gdansk Airport is just 15 kilometers away and the train station is approximately a 15-minute walk from us. Taxi ride from the airport takes about 20 minutes and it costs about 50 PLN. Bus to the city center is also available – information at the airport.
Selected tourist attractions
The Crane –
The oldest preserved portal hoisting system in Europe. It was built in (phone number hidden). It had a triple function: a cargo hoist, defensive fortification and a city gate.
Long Market Square –
It is an extension of Długa Street, ending with the Green Gate. There are many cafes, pubs and restaurants in the area.
Torture Chamber and Amber Museum -
Located behind the Upland Gate, this unique rectangular barbican was constructed in the form of two gothic defense buildings. During (phone number hidden) here was located one of the largest prisons in (website hidden). Mary's Church –
The largest red-brick gothic church in Poland and… in (website hidden) was built between (phone number hidden).
Seaside Resorts –
There are several beautiful seaside resorts with white sandy beaches in the area easily accessible by car, taxi, tram, or commuter rail link.
Sopot Pier –
One of the most popular Polish tourist attractions and the mascot of this resort. The wooden part of the pier is 511,5 m long, with both main and side decks, allowing the docking of boats and yachts.
Malbork Castle –
It used to be the seat of Teutonic knights. It is the largest brick structure of its kind and a beautiful example of medieval architecture. Today, the castle houses numerous exhibitions.
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Check in: From 14:00 to 22:00
Check out: From 8:00 to 11:00
Free, monitored indoor parking is available on site.
Free of charge Wi-Fi.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
Smoking in not allowed in all area
Please note to contact us one day before arrival about the estimated time of arrival and to arrange the key collection.
Once again I had the pleasure of staying in my favourite apartment in Gdansk, with my favourite host, Jackie! The location is unbeatable - right in the center, and yet it's a little side-street so it's quiet and peaceful and with top-notch security! :)
Jackie was always available, sweet and went beyond what was necessary in her role as host, thank you, J!
When I come back to Gdansk, this is the only right place for me! (so don't book it when I plan to go!!) :)
We had pleasant stay at Jackie's place. It's right in the city center, just 300 meters from Zhurav and Dluga street. Jackie is supportive and friendly host. Her Cafeteria is in the same building and we enjoyed espresso and cheese cakes there. Apartment contains all you would like to find: dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge, TV and Wi-Fi internet access. Parking is in the same building downstairs which is rare in Gdansk downtown. There is a place for 4 to sleep (bad and sofa) so you can easily and comfortably accommodate there. Building itself is totally new, clean and cozy.
We will definitely stay here again during our trips to Gdansk and highly recommend this place.
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My greatest joy in life is to make others smile :) . After many years in the USA I came back to my home town Gdansk, which I dearly love. I will be happy to give you some advice and tips how to enjoy the city. I hope that after your visit you'll love it as much as I do.
Come to see me downstairs in Cafe Bakalia so we can chat while you enjoy a great cup of coffee.