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Gdynia

Hotel
Neptun

Hotel <br>Neptun
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The Neptun Hotel is located in the centre of Gdynia, near the Seaside Promenade, beach, marina and the Musical Theatre. The hotel is not far away from the main shopping streets in Gdynia.
The interiors of the hotel feature comfortable and modern rooms decorated in warm colours and equipped with practical furnishings. Each apartment has a plasma TV, radio, telephone, fridge, as well as a bathroom equipped with a shower and a hairdryer. We offer free wireless access to the Internet in the entire property.
Our Gdansk hotel makes it possible for the Guests to relax in the sauna and in the fitness room.
Professional staff will indicate the most interesting places to visit in Gdynia and will use its best efforts to ensure that your stay is exceptional, making the Neptun Hotel stand out from hotels in Gdynia.
In front of the hotel, there is a car park for passenger vehicles.

 

Hotel <br>Neptun

telefon: 58 712 13 12

email: neptun@hotelewam.pl

Byłem tydzień z rodziną. Bardzo dobry, niewielki hotel. Bardzo miła obsługa zarówno w recepcji jak i w restauracji. Wyżywienie bardzo dobre, a śniadania wręcz doskonałe.
Daniel S. Niepołomice

Room facilities

  • LCD TV
  • radio
  • hairdryer on request
  • daily newspappers
  • iron on request
  • electrical kettle on request

Additionally

  • newsstand within the hotel
  • laundry services
  • ironing room
  • sauna
  • fitness room
  • pet-friendly hotel

The layout of rooms

  • 3 single rooms
  • 17 double rooms
  • 1 apartment
  • Total number of rooms: 21
  • Total number of beds: 39
Hotel Restauracja

The restaurant at the Neptun Hotel is famous for its exquisite cuisine consisting mainly of Polish dishes. The chef takes care of the palates of all Guests – even the most demanding ones. The restaurant is popular with both tourists and locals.
In addition, we offer an opportunity to organise unique parties, meetings and special events.

Menu

telefon: 693 080 460

Contact

Hotel Neptun, Gdynia

  • ul. Jana z Kolna 8
    81-351 Gdynia
    Pomerania Voivodeship
  • tel: 58 712 13 12
    fax: 58 712 13 11
  • neptun@hotelewam.pl

How to get to us?

GPS
N - 54.523566 
E - 18.541433
Airport

from the airport in Gdansk

take a Route 510 bus and get off at “Gdynia Dworzec Główny PKP – Hala” bus stop

Railway
station

from the railway and bus station

it is a 10 minutes’ walk

Tourist attractions

  • Seaside Promenade
  • Kościuszko Square
  • Gdynia Aquarium
  • Błyskawica – Museum Ship
  • Gdynia-Jastarnia-Hel Water Tram
  • Donas Hill Tower
  • EXPERYMENT Science Centre
  • Torpedo House in Babie Doły
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Highlights

  • Gdynia loves cinema! Each year, it hosts the Gdynia Film Festival, which awards the best films with Golden Lions.
  • Since 2003, Gdynia has also been the place where the Open’er Festival takes place.
  • „Błyskawica” destroyer – The Museum Ship has been available for tourists since 1976.
  • In the Museum of the Polish Navy in Gdynia, you can admire military equipment used in Poland from the 17th century to the present day. The exhibition is located near the Seaside Promenade.
    It is also worth to visit the Gdynia Aquarium, which has a large collection of fauna and flora from distant waters and oceans.
  • Foundation of the city of Gdynia and its harbour is associated with the message delivered by U.S. President Thomas Woodrow Wilson in 1918, when the independent Poland regained access to the sea. The harbour of the Free City of Danzig (Gdansk) did not guarantee free trade, and smaller ports, such as Władysławowo or Hel, could not be developed due to their location. This is when it was decided that a new harbour would be built in the village of Gdynia. The initial works started in 1921. After 17 years, Gdynia became the most important and modern port of the Baltic Sea.
    In Babie Doły, there is a torpedo house located 300 meters away from the shore. Its history dates back to World War II, when it was used for assembling torpedoes and testing weapons. In the 1990s, the decision was taken to blow up the pier that was the only access road to the torpedo house.
  • Gdynia can be seen from several viewing points, including the observation deck located on Mount Donas or the observation tower in Kolibki district.

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