It is two-bedroom, air-conditioned 70 m2 Design Apartment**** situated on the 3rd floor. It consists of two bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom. Suitable for 6 persons, but with extra beds camp can be maximum 9 person. Additional bed is available (extra charge - 80 pln/day). Wi-Fi and safe are provided free of charge.
In the same tenement are also located: Strakowski Apartment, Apartment Św. Ducha III and Apartment Św. Ducha V. The guarded car-park is situated within a 5-minute walk from the Apartment.
Living room: sofa bed for two persons, CD player with radio, air-conditioner, built-in wardrobe, writing table, vacuum cleaner, TV Sat
Bedroom I: 2 high-class single beds for 2 persons (twin bed available on request), bedside tables, built-in wardrobe, iron, ironing board, clothes dryer, air-conditioner
Bedroom II: 1 large bed on the mezzanine for 2 persons, commode, table and two chairs
Bathroom: WHB, shower, washing machine, hair dryer
Kitchen: high-class built-in furniture set, dinner table and 4 chairs, internet conection, complete kitchenware (dishwasher, microwave oven, electric oven, 4-range ceramic plate, toster, coffe machine, wireless kettle)
Jan Heweliusz was a dweller of the city of Gdańsk, who has been appreciated for over three hundred years . He gained fame through exploring the moon. He did this with the help of his wife – he named discovered objects, craters and all other elements of that landscape . In everyday work he used basic tools, such as a compass or a ruler, and he also used the laws of mathematics . Combining this with great knowledge and incredible brilliance, he obtained unexpected , ground-breaking results.
A lawyer by education, passionate astronomer, traveler and... brewer. He constructed complicated telescopes, visited various corners of the world. For Gdańsk, it is a huge and true reason to be proud. It is safe to say that many years before the day when the man first set foot on the moon, we could get to know its surface thanks to Heweliusz.
The Hevelius Apartment is situated in charming tenement with entrance from Św. Ducha Street - right next to the Motlawa river wharf and next to the St. Mary's Church. Just a skip from Mariacka Street - the most beautiful street in the Gdansk and from Dluga Street - the most popular promenade.