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Rezydent Hotel in Sopot
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Luxury hotel located in the Sopot promenade, offering free Internet access, professional modern spa center, elegant restaurant, and comfortable rooms designed in a style of early 20th century Sopot.
from Eur 93 Hotel details
Haffner Hotel in Sopot
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Award winning hotel, one of the most elegant hotels in Sopot, friendly to families with children, offering modern spa center with steam sauna, pool, gym, Cardio studio and beauty treatments, excellent restaurant and golf simulator.
from Eur 123 Hotel details
Grand Hotel in Sopot
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Comfortable hotel set on the beach front, close to the sea promenade, offering modern spa center, splendid restaurant with sea view, luxury recently renovated rooms with spacious bathrooms.
from Eur 135 Hotel details

Zhong Hua Hotel in Sopot
Unique hotel located close to the beach, designed in a Far East style according to Feng Shui, offering elegant rooms with exotic decorations, Chinese restaurant and sushi bar, as well as WiFi Internet access.
from Eur 135 Hotel details
Villa Baltica Hotel in Sopot
Comfortable hotel located in a quiet area, close to the sea, offering modern rooms with Internet access and air conditioning, good restaurant, rich wine cellar and car park for guests. In a modern SPA center guests will enjoy beauty and health treatments, relaxing massages and sauna.
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Villa Sedan + in Sopot
Elegant hotel with long tradition, set in 19th century villa decorated with designer wooden furniture, located in the center of Sopot, close to the beach.
from Eur 58 Hotel details

Villa Karat II Hotel in the center of Sopot
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Cozy hotel located close to the beach, in a quiet area, offering well equipped rooms, billiard room and sunny terrace. The hotel's restaurant serves delicious dishes of traditional Polish and regional cuisine. There is a kitchen for guests.
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Villa Aqua in Sopot
Elegant hotel with well equipped rooms and splendid restaurant, set close to a sandy beach and the recreation complex Aqua Park.
from Eur 50 Hotel details

What to do in Sopot


The International Song Festival in Sopot, the largest such event in Europe after the Eurovision Song Contest, has been annually since 1961 at the Forest Opera - an open-air, covered amphitheatre, which can hold up to 4400 people. Past performers include, among others, Elton John, Lionel Richie, Whitney Houston, Bryan Adams, The Corrs and Chris Rea. The Forest Opera is considered one of the most beautiful and acoustically superb facilities of this type in Europe. Besides the annual song festival, the Forest Opera also hosts the Opera Festival and many other concerts and entertainment events.


The Orange Prokom Open International Men's Tennis Tournament is held every July and August on the beautifully located courts of the Sopot Tennis Club. It is the biggest and oldest event of this type in Poland. The tournament is played on clay courts and attracts many of today's top players. It was held for the first time in 1992, when it was just a small women's challenger. During its first decade it became one of the biggest sport attractions in the country, in the beginning as the Poland's very first WTA tournament and presently as the first and only ATP Tour tournament in the country.


The State Gallery of Art holds modern art exhibitions, showing various artistic phenomena. The Gallery is trying to show the most important phenomena in Polish and foreign art, as well as reach the widest possible audience. It exhibits both experimental and more traditional works of art. An important part of the Gallery's activities are thematic reviews related to specific exhibitions, concerts and theatrical events, festivals, reviews, movie seminars (e.g. Art Film Festival), video projections.


Sopot's Aquapark offers water attractions for people of all ages. It features a variety of interconnected swimming pools in addition to cascades, tube slides, needle-baths, water massage, whirlpools and water grottos. Aquapark's top attraction is Poland's only wild river, which makes us feel as if we were in a natural mountain stream. Persons are carried by the current flow down the river, just as during rafting.


When visiting Sopot, it's a good idea to take a boat trip to nearby Gdansk or to the city of Hel, which is situated across the Gulf of Gdansk, at the tip of Hel Peninsula. Hel is primarily known for its Seal Aquarium at the Marine Station, which breeds seals to be later released to help re-establish the species in the Baltic Sea region. Another of Hel's attractions is the Museum of Fishing, housed in the building of a fifteenth century Gothic church. The passenger ships, known as ferry-trams moor at Sopot's pier.


Sopot's most famous restaurant/café, which owes its name to its honeycomb-shaped roof, is located in the very heart of the city, on Bohaterow Monte Cassino Street. The restaurant has been renovated several years ago and serves South American and European cuisine. In warm weather, the restaurant's summer garden is open.

What to see in Sopot


One of the city's top attractions - Sopot's pier is 511 meters long and stretches 450 meters into the sea. It is one of the longest wooden constructions in Europe. It includes the main deck, lower decks, as well as the side deck, where yachts and passenger ships moor. The pier is an excellent place to watch sporting events, which take place in the waters of the Gulf of Gdansk - World Championship Sailing, Baltic Cup in windsurfing or the Sopot Triathlon. During summer, there are many cultural events and concerts taking place on the pier, which is visited by 1.5 - 2 million people annually.


Sopot's sandy beach is about 4.5 kilometers long. Its central point is the pier, which divides the beach into the northern part (towards Gdynia) and the southern part (towards Gdansk). The beach is an excellent place for sunbathing in summer and for autumn and winter strolls along the coast. During the summer months, there are many water sports equipment rental facilities and attractions for children open near the Northern Baths. The main attraction of the southern part of the beach is an old fishing cove.


The 635-meter long Bohaterow Monte Cassino Street is the main walking area of Sopot. It is closed to automobile traffic and is extremely popular among tourists and locals alike. The street leads straight into the pier and is dotted with many coffee shops, bars, restaurants and galleries, as well as 2 cinemas and a theater, located in beautiful, eclectic and neo-gothic houses. During summer, it becomes a venue for traveling street musicians, painters and artists who exhibit their work there.


Located at 53 Bohaterow Monte Cassino Street, the unique and unusual-looking Crooked House was inspired by Gaudi's works and the drawings of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg - a Swedish artist, who has been living in Sopot for many years. Inside the house there are shops, restaurants and the Museum of Contemporary Pomeranian Marine Artistic Handicraft.


Sopot's lighthouse, which at the same time is a sightseeing tower, was built in 1903-1904, together with the new balneotherapy building. It was actually built around the balneotherapy building's chimney. The lighthouse is 30 meters tall and is open to visitors all year, providing a great view of the city.

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