Stay in our chic seaside hotel
Experience maritime magic in the resort town of Sopot, just 12 kilometers from Gdansk and 10 kilometers from Gdynia. Surrounded by Art Nouveau townhouses and villas, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot, is nestled in a serene setting of beautiful gardens, historic parks, and sandy beaches that lead out to Europe’s largest wooden pier.
Choose from 219 rooms, suites, and apartments, some of which are outfitted with balconies giving way to gorgeous park and sea views. Stylish and elegant or bright and timeless, our different room types all provide ultimate comfort and relaxation. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of exciting activities at hand, while guests seeking repose can visit our spa facilities, complete with a 25-meter pool, two hot tubs for 10-persons each, dry and steam saunas, tepidarium, mud bath, and outdoor sauna house with dry sauna for 40-persons.
Located by the sea, our hotel is steps away from the beach where you can relax, take a dip, or build a sand castle any time. Further inland is the vibrant city center, just a short walk away. Admire the iconic Crooked House or spend some time exploring the famous street of Ulica Bohaterow Monte Cassino with its lively vibe and selection of cafés, bars, and restaurants. Head back towards the sea whenever you want—take a walk on Europe’s largest wooden pier and climb to the top of the impressive lighthouse near it to take in sweeping views. If you are a culture buff, head to the Sopot Museum housed in a 20th century mansion. The maritime city even has its own Wax Museum and it is a fun place to visit with children as is the Aqua Park in the city with its indoor and outdoor pools.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot
Surrounded by nature, Sopot mingles a quiet slice of life with elegant villas and a popular seafront that proudly flaunts Poland’s affluent and glamorous side. Despite its wealth, its seaside charm is undeniable, making it an ideal destination for families, couples, or single travelers.
Just 500 meters from the hotel, Sopot city center promises a wide choice of restaurants, bars, pubs, and cultural attractions, from Sopot’s iconic crooked house that resembles a Salvador Dali painting, to the open-air opera, and the famous Heroes of Monte Cassino pedestrian street, where you can enjoy a drink while watching the town’s exciting mix of visitors.
From Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport
Contact us to organize airport transfer services.By public transport:
Several bus and train routes can take you close to the hotel. One option is to take bus 110 to Wrzeszcz PKP 06, switch to the SKM train 95453 toward Gdynia Chylonia, then exit at the Sopot Wyścigi stop. Walk 1.2 kilometers to the hotel.
You can also take bus 122 toward Sopot Kamienny Potok SKM and get off at the Grunwaldzka 01. The hotel is just an 800-meter walk from here.By car:
The hotel is about 16 kilometers from the airport by car.
From Sopot railway station
The hotel is just 1.6 km from Sopot's main train station; it takes about 20 minutes.By bus:
Buses leave from various nearby stops to take you close to the hotel. One option is to take bus 143 toward Oliwa PKP and get off at the Sopot Polna 02 stop, which leaves you right by the hotel.By car:
It takes 4 minutes to get to the hotel from Sopot’s main train station by car or taxi.