26 September 2018

Sanhaus Apartments, Sopot, Poland


When looking for a relaxing place to stay in Sopot, what we had in mind was a comfortable apartment close both to the beach and the city center, since we'd planned on savouring last summer days in Poland and preferred to enjoy this small city's attractions on foot. The moment I'd found Sanhaus Apartments I knew this was exactly what we'd been looking for—now our only 'problem' was to choose only one apartment out of over forty beauties that they offer!

We opted for a spacious apartment called Madera (it must have been that Portugal-inspired name that made me decide!). It's located on the ground floor of an over one-hundred-years-old historic building designed by a renowned architect Adolf Bielefeldt. It neighbours a small studio apartment (Porto)—both of them have a common gate and a separate entrance, so it can be an interesting idea to rent both at the same time when you travel to Sopot with friends or bigger family. Famous Sopot pier, the beach, the train station and all the best restaurants in town are just a short walk away. I was surprised when I realised that the most popular (and the most crowded) street is so close to the apartment—you genuinely cannot feel or hear any of that tourist buzz from the flat.

Madera is suited for the maximum of four people—there's one bedroom with a (very!) comfortable double bed and one pullout sofa in the living room. All the floors are heated, and there's even a kid's chair, toys and movies for the little ones. The ample bathroom features double washbasins, a walk-in shower and a bathtub (and also, beautiful floor tiles #ihavethisthingwithfloors!). There's a spacious and bright open kitchen, a big wooden common table for six and enough sitting space for everyone. The apartment's Scandinavian style interiors are designed with utmost care and high quality materials. While you sip your morning coffee leaning on the kitchen's white quartzite countertops, those beautiful eye-catching powder blue walls definitely make you think of the Baltic Sea!

But apart from the aesthetic, I really liked the comfort and practicality of the apartment. It's obviously very well equipped—free wi-fi, washing machine, iron and ironing board, oven, microwave, etc.—but it also has a considerable amount of storage space. It seems to be great not only for a weekend getaway, but for a long-term rent as well. Actually, if you like it a lot… it can be yours forever—Sanhaus Apartments's Madera is now available to purchase.

Tip: make sure you visit Sierakowskich Court, one of the oldest listed buildings in Sopot (located just next to the apartment) and have a coffee at its cozy café.

Where to eat in Sopot: Cały Gaweł (breakfast), Seafood Station (lunch), Sztuczka Bistro (dinner).

Practical info:
  • from 200 PLN per night, breakfast is not included
  • apartment in the pictures: Madera
  • location: center of Sopot, 25 minutes drive from the nearest international airport (GDN)
  • address: ul. Czyżywskiego 7, Sopot, Poland (www)

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 I was welcomed to Sanhaus Apartments as a guest. As always, my opinion is my own.

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