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Attention ! Since last year, my street has changed its name from 9 March to Pogodna. Some maps have an old name that can be misleading! We invite you to our Guest Rooms located in the eastern part of the city (with the promenade and the city beach), it is 10 minutes to the sea and very close to the center. Nearby you can easily find: bar, restaurants, canteen, shops, solarium, etc. We also have parking spaces directly at the house, free public parking. We offer rooms with 2, 3 or 4 people with bathrooms. Each room is equipped with a TV set and wi-fi, and both floors have kitchens at our guests' disposal. The price depends on the date and duration of your stay, it is different in the season as well as outside it. For children, we anticipate a discount of up to 50%! Overnight in a room with a bathroom costs from 30 to 65 PLN per person. The price does not include the spa fee for the city in the amount of PLN 3 per person!The so-called. Hotel day starts at 2pm and ends at 10am on the day of departure. Ustka (kasz. ¶skô, niem. Stolpmünde) is a town and commune in northern Poland, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, in the Słupsk poviat. The seat of the Ustka rural commune. Ustka is located at the mouth of the Słupia River to the Baltic Sea. It is a port city, a sea bath and a spa. The city borders with the commune of Ustka. According to data from December 31, 2010, the city had 16 062 inhabitants. From July 13, 2003, Ustka and Słupsk are connected by an agreement called Dwumiastem. Both cities are connected by rail and bus. The Navy Training Center is located in Ustka, which is the main training center for the needs of the Polish Navy.