Poland’s tourism infrastructure has come along in leaps and bounds over the last ten years to such an extent that it is arguably more advanced then the UK’s tourism market. So what does this mean for the tourist ? Well, it gives the tourist an enormous amount of choice when it comes to looking for somewhere to stay in Poland.
All the major cities have 4 and 5 star hotels with prices that aren’t going to break the bank. Holiday apartments are plentiful and tend to be better located and give more room space for your money than a hotel room. With a bit of shopping around it’s possible to rent an apartment for the weekend with a stunning views.
Further north, the coastal towns of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia also offer luxury hotels. The Grand Hotel in Sopot is located right on the beachfront and comes with a fine pedigree having hosted many of the world’s VIP’s from Charles De Gaulle to Fidel Castro. There’s a great choice of holiday apartments in the region at very affordable prices.
The Tri City area is also popular for spa breaks and there are a number of upmarket hotels & spas offering virtually any kind of treatment you are after.
The unspoilt natural beauty of Poland provides a backdrop for another type of accommodation that’s become very popular and that is agrotourism. Although the definition of agrotourism can be very broad in Poland it typically means a house or chalet in the countryside or next to a lake with rivers and forests close by. In it’s truest sense it also means a stay at a working farm where you can milk the cows, collect fresh eggs in the morning and also go horse riding.