Because a man can do more than the sea - when he really wants to!
Gdiniô... was a Kashubian village by the sea, nestled between the hills, blustery whites on the shore awaiting their peasants and knôpas in pómeranki with plentiful catches of pommel.
A Kashubian, peasant, fisherman's fate for generations swept by the breezes and time measured from catch to catch. And suddenly Free Poland! There will be a port bigger than Gdańsk! From what? From strength of will and dreams bigger than that strength, stronger than the snot.
With a crowd of braves, he came to Gdynia AN. He was twenty-something years old, with a wagon, a horse and blue eyes, full of hope like the Baltic Sea on sunny days.
He bought parcels 2 km from the bay, because closer were already too expensive. He flew to the harbour, to build roads and tenement houses, which grew like "mushrooms after rain" and not, as they used to say, at "American", but at "Gdynia" pace. Orders were plentiful and the company grew. And so, in '39, the AN transport company had its own tenement house nearing completion, 12 carts, 24 horses, and employed 24 carters. Our building survived the war in Gotenhafen, survived the People's Republic of Poland and is, and looks very nice as a hotel.
Because a man can do more than the sea - if he really wants to!
All our rooms are fully equipped.
Comfortable beds will make you feel right at home!
Gdynia is a vibrant cultural and entertainment centre.