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!
Situated in the heart of Elblag’s old town, the historical surroundings embrace a unique atmosphere in a cosy environment, in addition to artistic cuisine in a recently, reconstructed 4 star luxurious, retrospective hotel.
Hotel Elblag is a friendly place where locals and travellers can meet and mix and avail of the modern facilities the hotel offers.
This unique combination connects the past with the future!