Gdansk is the largest city and capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship in northern Poland. Visitors are coming in ever greater numbers to wander the narrow cobbled streets of the Main Town, to scatter along its historical thoroughfares lined with grand, to gaze in wonder at monster red-brick churches, to duck and dive in and out of character cafes, intriguing museums and amber shops, elegantly slender buildings. The city lies on the southern edge of Gdansk Bay with the city of Gdynia, the spa town of Sopot, and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity. Spring may just be the best time for visiting the Tri-City. As the sun burns brighter and lingers longer, Gdansk's Old Town is filled with a renewed vitality, and Sopot's main drag begins to come to life again. There are many hotels in Gdansk that attract tourists. There are several quality hotels in Gdansk, which offer accommodation. Hotels in Gdansk that are available these are Hotels Hanza is a 4-star hotel located within the heart associated with Old Community Gdansk, in the picturesque Motława River it requires only a five-minute walk to achieve beautiful Saint Mary’s Church. Hotel Królewski is Located on Ołowianka island, which is located between the Motława Waterfront and also the Stępka Channel. Puro hotel Gdansk is found near the center of Gdansk, just one hundred fifty meters from your Green gate and three hundred meters in the Long Market. Radisson Blu is located on Gdansk’s Royal Track, alongside many galleries and museums, shops and also restaurants,it is located near the center of Old Gdansk along with features contemporary interiors, spectacular city sights and smartly designed rooms. Hotel Grand Cru in Gdansk is situated by the Motława River through the Old Village. It includes modern pattern, which has historic inside elements, and classy rooms.