Featured hotels in Baltic Sea

  • £37

    Average price per night

    Grand Lubicz Uzdrowisko Ustka, Ustka
    9.2 Superb 2,033 reviews
    Description Grand Lubicz Uzdrowisko Ustka offers 5-star accommodation in a green part of Ustka, a few minutes' walk from a beach.
    Review

    "Great hotel for family stay. Spacious rooms and common areas, excellent facilities for kids (playrooms, swimming pools) and good food. All in great location close to the sea and parks"

    Pawel. Poland
  • £53

    Average price per night

    Baltivia Sea Resort, Mielno
    9.4 Superb 133 reviews
    Description Facing the seafront in Mielno, Baltivia Sea Resort features a private beach area. A hot tub is available for guests, coupled with a sauna and a cardio room.
  • 9.5 Exceptional 185 reviews
    Description Port 21 is a 3 star hotel situated in Krynica Morska, 54 km from Elblag. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
  • £41

    Average price per night

    Hotel Skipper, Rewa
    9.0 Superb 425 reviews
    Description Hotel Skipper is set in Rewa and features a garden, terrace and bar. This 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. The hotel has an indoor pool. At the hotel, rooms have a desk....
    Review

    "Everything was really great. Me and my 3 kids loved the room, delicious breakfests and pool with saunas. Stuff in hotel is soooo kind and helpful!!! For those who Love kitesurfing - Rewa is one of the best spots in Poland and also great for beginners! And the hotel is situated right at the beach - you can see the whole spot from your room if you choose the sea view one :)"

    Alina. Poland
  • £27

    Average price per night

    WIND Hotel, Grzybowo

    WIND Hotel

    Grzybowo

    9.3 Superb 454 reviews
    Description Situated in Grzybowo, WIND Hotel provides barbecue facilities. Among the various facilities are a garden, a terrace, as well as a bar. Free WiFi is provided.
    Review

    "The hotel is a very lovely place to stay. Good service, great breakfast. The rooms are very clean, bright and everything is new."

    Katharin. Switzerland
  • £27

    Average price per night

    Hotel Emocja SPA, Mielno
    9.0 Superb 770 reviews
    Description Located in Mielno by Lake Jamno, Hotel Emocja SPA is a 5-minute walk from a sandy Baltic Sea beach. Guests can enjoy free sauna access and free WiFi throughout the property.
    Review

    "I am visitimg Mileno at low season,everything is perfect,breakfast is superb.Quiet and nice place.With perfect lake view. Night view with 2 moons and stars in the sky, birds singing in the morning, Sunrise..."

    Michael. China
  • £37

    Average price per night

    Hotel Jastarnia, Jastarnia
    9.0 Superb 608 reviews
    Description Hotel Jastarnia boasts a convenient location on the Hel Peninsula, 650 metres from the Baltic Sea beach and 400 metres from the Gdańsk Bay, as well as 250 metres from the city centre.
    Review

    "Everything was absolutely fantastic.... Beautiful room... with balcony.. stoning view....for Baltic see.... Delicious breakfest.. with traditional Polish food.... Everything was absolutely perfect...."

    Robert Nowacki. Ireland
  • £35

    Average price per night

    Hotel Szafir, Jastrzębia Góra

    Hotel Szafir

    Jastrzębia Góra

    9.0 Superb 264 reviews
    Description Hotel Szafir is situated in the centre of the popular seaside destination of Jastrzębia Góra, less than 300 metres from the sandy Baltic Sea beach. There is free Wi-Fi available in all areas.
  • £2

    Average price per night

    Hotel 77 Restauracja Spa, Chałupy
    9.1 Superb 296 reviews
    Description Hotel 77 Restauracja Spa offers accommodation in Chałupy on the Hel Peninsula. It features rooms with flat-screen satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and balconies featuring views of the Baltic Sea or Puck Bay.
    Review

    "Great location, amazing breakfast and very friendly personnel"

    Nikolay. Russia
  • £45

    Average price per night

    Zamek w Krokowej, Krokowa
    9.0 Superb 140 reviews
    Description Standing on an island and surrounded by a moat and a vast park, Zamek w Krokowej is housed in a beautifully renovated historic castle with almost a 700-year long history.
    Review

    "I really liked the atmosphere, the place is full of history. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the breakfast was tasty and fresh. We managed to jump on a tour around the palace - the guide was very..."

    Tomasz. Poland

Baltic Sea highlights

Seal Sanctuary in Hel
Observe aquatic mammals up close and learn about protecting the Baltic Sea ecosystem at this aquarium and seal sanctuary.
Lake Jamno
Visitors to Lake Jamno can sail along the shores or hire a rowing boat or pedalo to explore.
Coastal cycling on the Hel Peninsula
This picturesque day trip offers stunning seaside views, with a cycling route along the shore that's easy to navigate.
Ruins of the church in Trzęsacz
Don’t stand too close to this ruined clifftop church: the sea has been gradually swallowing it up since the 1300s.
Kitesurfing in Chałupy
Beginners can learn the basics and pros can practice tricks in the shallow waters around the Hel Peninsula, a kitesurfers’ paradise.
Słowiński National Park
With sea, lakes, forests and undulating sand dunes, Słowiński National Park is perfect for nature hikes through unspoilt coastal landscapes.
Seaside steam train
This narrow-gauge railway steams along the coast, passing forests, fields and picturesque towns en route from Trzęsacz to Pogorzelica.
Smoked fish straight from the boat
Seafood lovers can tuck into smoked fish fresh off the boat at small smoking huts found around most Polish ports.
Niechorze Lighthouse
This cliffside lighthouse is a famous beauty spot: the 200 steps are worth it for the views from up high!
Bunkers in Ustka
This underground artillery complex and World War II bunker are now home to a military adventure park and museum.

Sandy Beaches, Amber and Fishing Villages

Wide sandy beaches and warm summer weather attracts thousands of tourists to the Polish Baltic Coast every year. Spreading from the city of Świnoujście to the resort of Jurata at the Hel Peninsula, this region is also known as the Polish Riviera.

The Baltic Coast is rich in picturesque fishing villages, where you can still see fishermen taking their boats out before dawn and coming back with their catch in the afternoon. Chłopy, Jarosławiec and Rewa are just a few of them.

The most popular sea resorts along the Baltic Coast include Kołobrzeg, a city combining modern facilities, historic buildings and plenty of entertainment options, Międzyzdroje, called the Pearl of the Baltic and popular for its beaches and cliffs and Ustka, a fishing port with two major beaches connected by a ferry.

You can try some amber fishing as the region is exceptionally rich in the Baltic amber and sometimes it takes just as much as a walk along the beach to find some washed up samples. Don’t forget about the famous dunes in Słowiński National Park, featuring over 140 km of hiking trails.

Whether you’re into relaxing on the beach or more active holidays, the region offers plenty of opportunities to fulfil all your needs. For a perfect accommodation, visit Booking.com and find the best hotels on the Baltic Coast.