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Oh! Hostel & Apartments are located in the very center of the city of Gdynia. In the beautifully restored building in which one can feel the atmosphere of the prewar Gdynia. The oh! The Hostel & Apartments is everywhere near: railway and bus station, SKM, ZKM, port, boulevard, restaurants, cinemas, swimming pools, museums, theaters, stadiums. The same sea coast - walk in only takes 5 minutes. Oh! Hostel is a peaceful and positive for all those who wish to find a cozy and affordable private marina where always welcomes conviviality and hospitality host...
- suite for 4-6people with bathroom and kitchenette
suite for 6-10people with bathroom and kitchen
- rooms 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 person
- single beds and double , lockable cabinet
- kitchen and dining room with TV, where in hours 8.00-10.00 waiting breakfast cereals products (healthy flakes,and hot / cold milk),coffee ,tea 24h/day
- toilets on each floor and spacious koedukacyjne bathrooms with showerOh! This you provide in the framework of the price:
- always fresh linen
- delicious coffee and tea 24 h/day
- access to Hairdryers, irons and ironing boards
- like unrestricted access to the WiFi
- breakfast from 08:00 to 10:00
- baby cot and seat for feeding
oh! The Hostel provides odpłanie:
- store storage
- possibility of the arrival of welcome
- closed parking lot
Gdynia (groats. Gdiniô, German Gdingen) - municipal borough in northern Poland, in pomorskie, situated on the Baltic Sea Near Gdansk and We Wschodniopomorskim. As part of the Tricity (together with Gdansk and Sopot). Is one of the cities of Gdansk agglomeration. City rights Gdynia has 10 February 1926. Impulse to the development of the city was the construction of the port that was created in order to ensure Poland access to maritime and base of the Navy to the precarious situation of the Free City of Gdansk. Quick influx and dynamic development of the port that over a period of several years after the opening of urban Gdynia from the village of fisheries became a town inhabited by 127 thousand people (1939).