Up-and-coming Polish hotel brand Puro recently opened its fourth location in Gdansk, a city along the banks of the Motlawa River on Granary Island – a district decimated during the World War II, but now a prized location after a quiet period of regeneration.
Puro Hotel Gdansk stands at the crossroads of intimacy and neighbourly charm. Centrally located, the hotel preserves the historical essence of Granary Island, a cultural landmark situated on the Baltic Coast. Its sophisticated design houses our friendly team who will look after you during your stay and make you feel at home.
And all of their rooms are little pieces of design heaven with stunning natural light, fabulous bath/shower and furniture from luxury companies like Vitra and Hilding.
Local agency KD Kozikowski Design was charged with the property’s structural architecture, while the interiors –which pay tribute to the area’s industrial past- and the artworks were curated and commissioned by art agency Double Decker.