There is very much to like about Al-Tour hotel and some less. Let's start with the less attractive points: The rooms are tiny. A couple with two suitcases will find it difficult to open the two suitcases at the same time. There is no elevator and the rooms are actually on the third floor. I haven't counted the number of stairs I had to carry my suitcases up on, but it was not fun. Now to the good ones: The owner of the hotel is outstanding. Very friendly and helpful. The room are very well equipped even with a tiny coffee brewer. There is an ironing board common to all the clients on the floor if you need to do some urgent ironing Right next to the hotel there is a dairy restaurant with excellent and cheap food (5 USD will buy you a full dinner with soup and meat) The location of the hotel is superb, about 5 minutes walk to the central rail station from where you can get anywhere including the Gdansk airport. Add to it a very reasonable price and you get yourself an excellent deal by taking a room in Al-Tour…
Just 8 rooms, but clean, comfortable, modern, and well equipped. Good breakfast included. Very good value. Nearby pedestrian underpass takes you straight into main train station. Cafe below also very good value.
What a discovery this was for us. Yes, the rooms are on the small side but perfectly adequate with both heating and air-con available. Staff are very friendly and helpful, the hotel is very clean and well decorated and the breakfast is very good. At around 130PLN p/night for a double with breakfast i'd say it's a bargain. Very close to the central train station for easy access to Sopot and Gdansk.
The hotel/hostel is very easy to find when driving by car, also close to the Gdynia's main train station. It offers sufficiently large rooms on the top floor, each with a bathroom, TV and WiFi (working pretty well). Rooms are cleaned every day and you can have your towels changed as well :) Breakfast is served daily in the basement - a great, great surprise was the coffee machine, which guests are free to use to make a real espresso or cappucino :) The staff is helpful and it seems that they're to be reached 24/7. The only thing we disliked about the place was the noisy neighbourhood but you really can't expect it to be a quiet place once you see it's location.
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