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Sopot Apartment SA


Sopot Apartment SA


This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Sopot Apartment SA is a self-catering accommodation located in Sopot. The property is 250 m from the Crooked House and 450 m from the Sopot Pier. Free WiFi access is available.

This stylish apartment is air conditioned and equipped with a flat-screen TV and a fireplace. There is a full a kitchenette with a dishwasher and a microwave, as well as a bathroom with a bath and a hairdryer. Extras include a washing machine, a tumble dryer and ironing facilities. Bed linen and towels are provided.

Sopot Apartment SA offers free private parking. The property is 700 m from the Sopot Railway Station and 1.8 km from the Opera Leśna Open-air Amphitheatre.

Dolny Sopot is a great choice for travellers interested in nightliferestaurants and food.

This is our guests’ favourite part of Sopot, according to independent reviews.

This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Sopot! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.

This property is also rated for the best value in Sopot! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
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How to get to the apartment?

The apartment is on 12 Ogrodowa Street.

Arriving by plane to Lech Walesa: Airport in Gdansk:

There is a bus service directly to Sopot, No 122

It runs once an hour between 5.40 am and 10.05 pm. You can check the timetable here.

It leaves from right side of the Terminal.

The ticket costs 3,2 PLN. You need to get out of the bus at the Chopina Bus Stop or Grand Hotel Bus Stop in Sopot. The ride takes about 1h. The distance from the bus stop to the apartment is 200 meters backwards.


The most direct way to reach the apartment from the airport is by taxi. The ride should take about 30 min (depending on traffic) and should cost around 70 PLN during the day (a bit more during night and on Sundays). Airport taxi assistants wearing bright yellow vests will guide you to the recommended taxis (i.e. the ones who always put the meter on) queuing in front of the terminal entrance. Few taxi drivers speak English.

Local Train (PKM)

Oposit to Terminal there are stairs up to local Train Station. You should take train towards Gdańsk Wrzeszcz, leave the train on that station and switch to SKM Train towards Gdydnia/Wejcherowo/Lębork. Get off the SKM train on Sopot Główny station and continue on foot to the apartment (7 min walk). You can check the timetable anf prices here.

Arriving by Train:

Sopot Main Train station is 7 minutes walk away from the apartment.

Your own car:

You should drive to 12 Ogrodowa Street.

The parking lot is located on the fenced area next to the building right opposite the gate. There is only one place for our guests marked the sined 'GSP4'. The remote is on the table in the kitchenette.
Key pick up
The key we deliver right to the apartment or you will get the code to the safebox located next to the doors to the apartment.
Local atractions

Navigating around

Sopot is a small town and does not require use of public transport. All attractions in the Town are within walking distance from the apartment.

There is a bike path along the seashore going through the whole town and continuing through part of

Gdynia and Gdańsk. There are also very picturesque bike paths in the Tricity Landscape Park starting right behind Forest Stadium, near Forest Opera or behind wedding cottage Godding.

There are a few bike rental shops e.g. at the Zong Hua Chinese Hotel or Sheraton Hotel.

If you are very tired or just lazy :) you can rent a rickshaw to take you along the bike paths. It is fun!

The price depends on the distance and route – you should agree it with the rickshaw driver before the trip and pay what you think is reasonable. The rickshaw drivers (usually students) rent their rickshaws from the owners at a fixed price per day. That is why their prices may vary a lot depending on the day, number of other tourists around, time of the day, drivers’ prior income.

Sometimes they will go anywhere just to cover their rental cost, sometimes they refuse and game for better occasions.

A Melex bus is available every day in July and August (in June and September weekends only).

Ticket can be bought at the Tourist Information Centre or directly from the melex drivers.

They cost 5 PLN up to 3 stops, 11 PLN for the whole route (approximately 50 minutes).

The route (steps):

1. Sopot Pier: leaves every sharp hour between 10am to 5pm

2. Art Bay + 2 min

3. Northern Seashore Bathhouse + 3 min

4. Sopot Fort Settlement + 6 min

5. Spa House + 9 min

6. Sanatorium + 12 min

7. Chopina Street + 13 min

8. Monte Cassino + 18 min

9. Town Hall / Train Station + 20 min

10. Kartcenter + 25 min

11.Hippodromme + 35 min

12. Sopot Sailing Club + 37 min

13. Mera Hotel & Spa + 38 min

14. Fisher haven + 42 min

15. Sopot Muzeum + 44 min

16. Southern Seashore Bathhouse + 49 min

17. Back to Sopot Pier + 53 min

If you want to visit Gdynia or Gdańsk take a commuter train SKM leaving Sopot Main Station every 7 – 15 minutes during the rash hours, every 30 minutes in evenings and every 2h during the night. The journey to Gdańsk/Gdynia main stations takes around 20 minutes each.

If you plan to travel to Hel Penisula take a water tram leaving the tip of Sopot Pier at 11am, 3pm and 7pm. The cruise takes 1.5h. It does not run if the weather conditions are bad so check every day prior to departure (announcement are published every morning at the ticket office at the gate to the pier area on the right). Tickets cost 35 PLN (a bike extra 5 PLN). Returning trams from Hel to Sopot leave at 9 am, 1 pm, 5 pm.The trams go every day in July and August (June weekends only).

Alternative way to reach Hel is to take local train to Gdynia Main Station and change there for long distance train to Hel. You can buy tickets for long distance trains in Sopot Train Station Ticket Offfice.


Selected Sopot Attractions

Sopot pier

511 meters long Sopot pier is the longest wooden pier in Europe. It provides stunning views of the sea by day and night and it is a great venue for recreation and health walks (the concentration of iodine at the tip of the pier is twice as high as on land). There is a brand new marina and a ‘Fregata’ restaurant at its tip as well as the raised viewing platform.

The Sofitel Grand Hotel

The Sofitel Grand Hotel is one of a few original buildings which survived and has been renovated and modernized in recent years. In the past the gardens surrounding the pier were themselves part of a huge hotel spa and casino complex.

Sopot Spa House

The first Spa House in this very location was built in 1824 and housed hotel rooms and a ball hall. The contemporary one, finished in 2009, is combined with Sheraton Hotel and offers spa complex, conference rooms, bars, restaurants and boutiques. At its front there is an adjacent Curative Square (Skwer Kuracyjny) with beautiful fountain and seasonal ice-skate rank during winter. From Spa Square (Plac Zdrojowy) side there is an entrance to National Art Gallery and a glass outside elevator to Tourist Information Centre (4th floor) and to charming Tourist Cafe (3rd floor). The latter should be on your 'must visit'  list serving cakes with the most impressive pier view in town or at least try local natural thermal water (for free from the little taps in the middle).

Sopot beach

Sopot beach is the most popular beach at Polish seashore supported by the most luxury and complex infrastructure. It is located in the city center, easily accessible from the Monte Cassino Street. There are multiple sport attractions such as beach volleyball, swimming, windsurfing, yachting, jet ski, water parachuting. You can rent a sunbed or comfortable wicker beach basket. The beach is watched by beach lifeguards. There are a few restaurants and bars located right on the golden sand and plenty of them situated along the beach promenade.

The Monte Cassino street

The Monte Cassino street leading down to a pier is the most famous pedestrian precinct in Poland. In summer it becomes a venue for itinerant street theatres, musicians and artists who exhibit their portrait work. Lined with pubs, restaurants, night clubs, shops and galleries is the busiest street in Sopot all year round. It has its own holiday during May long weekend (1st and 3rd May are Bank Holidays in Poland) and the town is crowded with Polish stars and celebrities participating or conducting various events.

Crooked House

Crooked House i.e higgledy-piggledy building by Polish architects Szotyńscy Zaleski was inspired by the fairytale illustrations of Jan Marcin Szancer. It is the most photographed object in the middle of Monte Cassino  street. Filled with shops, bars, clubs and cafes.

Manor of Sierakowski Family

Gallery and Cultural Centre is the oldest building in Sopot. The Friends of Sopot Society meets there organizing exhibitions,literary meetings, book promotions, performances and art lessons. On Thursdays there are weekly concerts called Musical Nights. There is also a very nice bar here called ‘Young Byron’ with garden imitating beach.

Address: Czyżewskiego 12, Sopot www

Sopot Fort

Traces of human settlement in the Sopot area dating back to the Stone Age have been uncovered in recent years. It is believed to have been used between 8th and 14th century. The adjacent museum offers exhibition entitled ‘The oldest history of Sopot’.

Address: Haffnera 63, Sopot

Open: 9 am – 5 pm. Closed Mondays.

Admission: 8/6 PLN. Free on Fridays.

Forest Opera

It is a covered open-air amphitheater located in the beautiful scenery of Tricity Landscape Forest. According to experts it is one of the most beautiful of its type in Europe with excellent sound qualities. Most popular polish festivals take place here. Look for the concerts / events while your stay!

Address: Moniuszki 12, Sopot.

Forest Stadium

One of the most beautiful athletic stadiums in Europe with stands for 5 thousands people located inthe TriCity Landscape Park. Even if there is no events going on while your stay – it is worth visiting during your walk around upper Sopot and Tricity Landscape Park area.

Open daily: 8 am – 10 pm

Address: Wybickiego 48, Sopot,

Sopot Hippodrome

It extends picturesquely over an area of 40 hectares. It is the site of horse races, which can be watched from a beautifully restored, hundred-year-old pavilion. The grandstand gives a view of Gdańsk Bay (unique! only in Poland!). If you lucky enough to attend horse race it is a must to invest some change and feel that gambling thrill while watching. Dress code does not require hats :)

Address: Polna 1, Sopot

Closes local train station: Sopot Wyścigi or 30 minutes walk from the apartment.

Fishing Harbor

You can buy here freshly-caught fish every day and see an exhibition of typical boats and fishing gear. There is also a nearby chapel intended for a ‘happy return from the sea’. Right on the left there is a very popular fish restaurant ‘Bar Przystań’ sitting right on the beach with a beautiful views and tasty fish food. It is also worth a while to walk to near Fishermen Square where you can see original tiny fishermen houses adapted to contemporary living needs.

Address: Enterance to the beach number 32

Sopot Streets

There are plenty of charming streets in Sopot with old beautiful buildings and villas which are worth a walk but you just cannot miss: Bema Street to see a Fishmonger figure balancing on the line streched between the opposite buildings; Westerplatte Street where you will see the villa being the scenery of the first Polish horror movie and finally you should have a dinner or drink on a tiny square where you can see the legendary Fisherman sculpture  moved there after the old fountain on Monte Cassino was demolished (you will find it if you follow narrow path right after Mexican Restaurant on Monte Cassino).

Active Recreation in Sopot

Hestia Sopot Sailing Club

One of the most modern and biggest windsurfing centers in Poland. Situated on Sopot beach. It serves as a perfect base for recreation. It has a rental shop, sports and windsurfing gear shop and windsurfing and catamaran school.

Address: Hestii 3, Sopot www.skz.sopot.p


This water complex consists of a three-lane, 25m long pool, water slides, a recreational swimming pool featuring massage beds, a water grotto with waterfall, artificial river current, whirlpools, water umbrella, island and an exit to the outdoor pool open May through September. There is also a pool specially designed for children featuring slides, geysers and water cannons. The pools are connected by a flow channels and bridges allowing swimmers to move freely between pool zones. Additionally, there is all year round outdoor pool connected to indoor pool via the recreational flow channel. The olny wild river in Poland is 71m long, has 6m level difference – being pulled by the river current gives the feeling of bathing in a natural mountain stream. Apart from pools, Aquapark offers the World of Sauna, bowling and the Pick&Roll Club.

Open: 8 am - 22 pm.

Cost 21 / 26 PLN per hour. Every additional minute 0.25 PLN. Day tickets 50/46 PLN

The nearest local train station: Sopot Kamienny Potok or a 45 min walk along seashore promenade towards Gdynia.

Address: ul. Zamkowa Góra 3-5, Sopot

Sopot Tennis Court

A complex of 7 courts – 6 lit courts, including 2 with artificial surface. Players can also use the club pavilion and café.

Address: Haffnera 80, Sopot

Łysa Hill

One ski-tow, floodlights, perfect for beginners. Also good for sledging or just having mulled wine in the chalet.

Open: 9 am – 9 pm. Open ONLY when there’s snow on the ground (even though it is also being snowed artificially)

Address: ul. Herberta 9, Sopot


You need some adrenaline - go for a ride at Adres: ul. 3 Maja 69c Sopot

Theatres and Movies


Very popular performance and concert spot located right on the sandy beach with its Atelier transfering into a nigth club at weekends. Great place to watch sun rise after a all night long party sipping your last drink.

ul. Mamuszki 2, 81-729 Sopot

Art Bay

Another cultural centre right on the sandy beach with a quite good restaurant facing the sea.

Address: Aleja Franciszka Mamuszki 14, 81-718 Sopot

Summer Movie Theater on the Pier

Every day in July and August after dusk at the begining of Sopot Pier you can watch movies streaching comfortably in folded sun chairs and enjoing Baltic breeze. Most of the foreign movies are subtitled (except those for children).

In Multikino Theatre right on the Monte Cassino street one can see films all year round.


Sopot Spa & Beauty

Grand Spa

Offers wide range of spa treatments in the luxurious urroundings of Sopot’s signature: Grand Hotel.

It overlooks the garden and beach. Also available are hammam, sauna, gym and swimming pool

Open: swimming pool and fitness centre: 7 am – 10 pm,

SPA open 9 am – 10 pm

Sopot Marriott Resort & Spa

Comprehensive range of spa and beauty treatments along with Finnish saunas and 8 indoor and

outdoor pools and Jacuzzis. Rooftop bar and pool

Open: SPA zone: 10 am – 10 pm, swimming pools: 7 am – 10 pm

Address: Bitwy pod Płowcami 9 (Mera SPA Hotel) Sopot

Sheraton SPA

The finest SPA in Sopot featuring Anne Semonin treatment pleasures that await include a dazzling

swimming pool, Finnish sauna, steam room and comprehensive range of massage therapies. Fitness

and swimming pool available.

Address: Powstańców Warszawy 10, Sopot


The apartment has a very good location. Only 250 m from the beach and 50 m from Monte Cassino Street. Access to all Sopot top attractions by foot.

Distance to the selected attractions from the apartment:

650 meters to the longest wooden pier in Europe (511 meters long) with a beautiful Sopot Marina at its end.

50 meters to the most famous Sopot pedestrian promenade Monte Cassino popularly called ‘Monciak’ with Croocked House, bars, restaurants, cafes, shops and galleries

50 meters to the nearest grocer’s shop, 200 meters to 24h-open grocer’s shop

20 meters to the nearest restaurant and plenty of them within a 1 km distance

500 meters to the nearest hospital and emergency medical center

1.5 km to Tricity Landscape Park (which is a natural Forest actually)

270 meters to the nearest park with children playground facilities

200 meters to the nearest bicycle route and 400 meters to the bike rental points

2.5 km to Aqua Park offering saunas, indoor swimming pools with water slides, cascades, water grotto, geysers and water cannons

2 km to Sopot Forest Opera considered one of the most beautiful music stage in Europe with its unique natural acoustic and scenery

3,5 km to Sopot hippodrome

2 km to Ergo Arena hosting great sport and musical events

1.6 km to Sopot Sailing and Surfing Club

1.2 km to tennis courts

200 m to Multikino Movie Theater (majority of the movies are subtitled with the original soundtrack – only those for kids are dubbed in Polish)

750  m to Long Distance and Local Train station, from where the trains to Gdańsk and Gdynia leave every 7 - 15 during the day, every 2h during the night

14 km from the International Lech Walensa Airport


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Check in starts from 4 p.m, check out by 11.00 a.m.

If your arrival / departure time is outside the range contact us to find out whether it is possible to check in/out earlier/later. If it doesn’t disturb other guest stay we will adjust to your preferable hours with no extra cost.

Apartment is no smoking one and allows no animals.

Quiet hours start at 10 pm and finish at 6 am

Payment for your stay: we accept money transfers only.

You can book the appartment using reservation form, e-mail: or text/call +48 605 24 24 20 

Once we have confirmed the apartment availability during the period of your interest you should pay 20% downpayment  as a final confirmation.

We will provide you the payment details after we confirm the dates and rates.

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