Best Hostels for Solo Travellers, Couples, & Groups in Gdansk

Best Hostels for Solo Travellers, Couples, & Groups in Gdansk
Gdansk is the largest city in northern Poland. It was beautifully rebuilt following World War two and today it is one of the most beautiful port cities in Europe. It attracts visitors from around the world who travel to the area for the impressive architecture, great museums, and expansive beaches that go along the coast of the Gulf of Gdansk. It's a popular summer vacation spot for Poles and Europeans alike.

There are some nice, affordable hostels and hotels in Gdansk. Some hostels have a more social environment while others provide a more quiet and private setting.
How much do hostels in Gdansk cost?
Average Dorm Price $15 ($9 to $40)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $29 ($17 to $54)

A good hostel for couples.

Gdańsk Swiętojańska 49 , Gdansk Poland
Hostel Zappio is conveniently located in the heart of the city's Old Town near the Motlawa river. The hostel is situated in it's own quiet corner but is close to everything you could want to see and do. It's also less than a fifteen minute walk from the train station.

The hostel has 80 beds that are spread between 18 rooms. Room types include private singles, twins, and two bed apartments. Breakfast is included in the price of the room. The hostel is also equipped with wi-fi throughout.

This is a very nice and comfortable place to stay. Although it's called a hostel, it's really a hotel. It's a lovely place for couples who are looking for affordable and conveniently located accommodation in Gdansk.

A good hostel for solo travellers and couples.

Dorm Bed: $11.55
Private Room: $16.17
Overall Rating: 95%
ul. Nowiny 19 , Gdansk Poland
Mamas and Papas Hostel is a great option for travelers who want a friendly and fun environment. It is run by travelers, so they know what you're looking for in a place to stay. They're always playing music or movies and it's a relaxed environment where you can just hang out. There is also plenty of common space including a shared kitchen and a beautiful garden if you'd like to spend some time outside.

The hostel has both private rooms and dorms available. Private rooms are either twins or doubles with shared bathrooms. Dorms sleep up to six people and are relatively simple.

The staff is friendly and nice and can help you with any travel information you might need. They also keep the environment social, so it won't be long before you make a few friends while you're in town. It will end up feeling more like a home than a hostel.

Dorm Bed: $10.71
Private Room: $13.25
Overall Rating: 93%
Podwale Staromiejskie 105/106 lok.1 , Gdansk Poland
Midtown Hostel is very close to the historical center of the city. It's in a vibrant area that becomes a popular nightlife area in the evenings. It's also just five minutes from Gdansk Central Station and is easily accessible by bus, tram, or train. If you want to explore then city, then this is a great place to stay.

The hostel feels a bit more like an apartment than a traditional hostel. There's a diverse mix of travelers here and the age range can vary widely.

The hostel is clean and comfortable. There is a kitchen that you can use that includes a refridgerater, stove, dishwater, microwave, and pots and pans. The staff in the reception area are very helpful and knowledgeable.

Private rooms are either basic, deluxe, or superior and include twin or double sizes. Dorms sleep four or six people.

A good hostel for solo travellers.

Dorm Bed: $12.69
Overall Rating: 72%
Spichrzowa 15 , Gdansk Poland
Hostel Cycle On is run by travelers, so they know what you want in accommodation. The hostel appeals to travelers from around the world and it is a diverse and fun crowd. There are eight air conditioned rooms in total that include both private rooms and dorms. Private rooms are either doubles or triples while dorms sleep four, six, eight, or ten people. In total, the hostel can accommodation 44 people.

The hostel has a variety of amenities available including free wi-fi and a television room. There's also a kitchenette where you can prepare simple meals. Free breakfast is provided daily as well. Bicycles are available for rent, which can be a fun and efficient way to explore the city. There are also maps and all kinds of travel information available.

The staff are travelers themselves and they love the area, so they can help you with all kinds of travel information. Whether you have a question about transportation, restaurants, or nightlife, they'll be able to point you in the right direction.
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