in the heart of Elblag’s old town
Hotel Elblag’s origins stretch back almost 450 years in history. Its architectural style, known as Dutch Mannerism is a northern version of Italian Renaissance. From 1636 to 1945, the owners who included patricians, mayors, politicians and bankers held the privilege of hosting important visitors to the city. Polish, Swedish and Prussian kings and Kaisers slept here including the founding father of the modern Russian state, Peter the Great – so when deciding on staying with us, you are following in the steps of the chosen ones!
in a minimalist style
The Hotel Elblag features 80 rooms with views of the river Elbląg and the Old Town and 5 luxurious suites. Additionally each room is equipped with a mini-bar, tea and coffee making appliances, free access to the Internet, a safe deposit box, TV set and telephone.
THE KING’S HOUSE
Hotel Elblag is not only a beautiful and luxurious establishment, what is more, it boasts superb cuisine too. Guests of the hotel, visitors to the town and locals alike can savor what is on offer in the hotel’s famous restaurant ‘The King’s House’.