This summer, I stayed in Poland for a prolonged period, which was the first time I had spent longer than a month in one country in Eastern Europe. I spent my first month in Pomerania exclusively and love it here. After touring Gdynia, Sopot, Starogard Gdański, Gdańsk and Łeba, I ended up in the town of Tczew! Where to stay in Tczew? In the best hotel in town of course: Link Hotel.
This modern hotel is about two kilometers from the Wiatrak windmill and 3 km from the 1857-built, iron and stone Tczew Bridge. The relaxed rooms have sitting areas/couches with an upgrade and blackout blinds. Complimentary amenities include hot breakfast and monitored parking. There’s also a hip restaurant serving Polish dishes and a multimedia conference room. For an additional fee, they’ll take your pet as well.
The staff are warm and friendly, and provide useful information worth knowing about the town culturally and historically. In Poland, the people have genuine warm hearts, smiles and seem to really care about you — I found that the service and hospitality at most hotels are similar.
The rooms here are comfortable — basic and simple, but modern and chic. They offer air conditioning, tea and coffee in the rooms, fast Wi-Fi, a desk, a TV and a modern and very clean bathroom.
Above, my breakfast at the Link Hotel, which is a variety of cereals and yoghurt, tea, coffee, juices, cheese, salad, meat and some tasty hot Polish sausages!. There’s also a spa on the premises, and here you can get everything from eyelash extensions, massages and body scrubs to micro-dermabrasion, lifts, facials and facial massages with algae.
Walking past the murals of Tczew, Poland nearby. There is a cool windmill worth seeing also, as well as the bridge where World War II began.
There is bicycle hire nearby where you can take a cycle by the Wisla River, which is oh so lovely. Below are a few more photos from my time at the Link Hotel in Tczew.
Link Hotel is situated in the city center of Tczew and also close to the most important communication routes (route No 1 North and RouteNo 22 – East – West: Berlin – Królewiec), and the exit of A1 highway: Pruszcz Gdański – Nowe Marzy.