Located in the city center on the Granary Island, PURO Gdansk is a functional work of art. It is the fourth offering of the hip Polish hotel brand PURO. The hotel's facade is modern with large glass surfaces but it follows the traditional architectural shapes of Gdansk. London-based creative studio DeSallesFlint was responsible for designing the eclectic, modern and at the same time elegant interior. The striking lounge has ceiling until the top of the building. The hanging lights provide visual reference to the cranes and pulleys of the maritime heritage of Gdansk.
The cosy rooms are filled with natural light, enough pillows for a pillow fight and they come with a stylish bathroom. The Prisma Spa has body cosmetic treatments, steam bath & sauna, gym workout, Pilates and yoga classes. Once you get hungry, the Dancing Anchor restaurant has an open kitchen with focus on locally sourced fish and seafood dishes. Enjoy your dinner with live music!
The upside of being right at the old town is that all the major famous sights are within a short walking distance: the Crane building, the main Town Hall, St. Mary’s Church, as well as the newly opened museum about the Second World War.