Holland House Residence is a unique place primarily on account of its wonderful location – in a revamped townhouse in the very centre of the picturesque Old Town. The windows of some of our rooms and apartments overlook Długi Targ, which is, without doubt, the most prestigious street in the city, teeming with life and history. The most important monuments and historical venues of Gdańsk, such as the Neptune Fountain and the Town Hall, are just round the corner. Such proximity to the city centre also enables you to participate in various cultural or social events.
Among other luxury hotels in Gdańsk, our residence is distinguished by the historical traits related to the Dutch presence in the city throughout the ages. We are proud to mention that Holland House Residence is the only hotel facility in Gdańsk to which the Dutch Queen Beatrix paid an official visit. Thanks to this, as well as on account of the exceptional eye-catching interior design, a stay in our apartments in the centre of Gdańsk will offer interesting experiences with a dose of the city’s history.
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The unique location of Holland House Residence creates optimum conditions for rest and relaxation in the very heart of Gdańsk’s Old Town:
- right by the prestigious Długi Targ Street in the vicinity of the Green Gate;
- just 50 m from Długie Podrzeże, the favourite walking place for Gdańsk’s residents along the banks of the Motława River;
- at a distance of 13 km from Lech Wałęsa Airport in Gdańsk Rębiechowo;
- only 600 m away from the newly-opened Forum Gdańsk.
Holland House Residence had the honour of hosting the Dutch Queen. Right before the opening of the facility, Queen Beatrix visited Holland House Residence during her official visit to Poland.
The beautiful masterpiece that adorns our reception desk is a panel that refers to the tradition of multi-tile paintings which have been made in the Netherlands since the 17th century. It was created on special order from Rotterdam by a renowned Dutch artist, Harry Koch. The panel was a gift to commemorate one thousand years of Gdańsk’s existence and presented by the Dutch Queen, Beatrix, during her visit to the city. It was intended for the Dutch House, which was replaced by Holland House Residence in 2010.