Apartment Strakowski**** It is 40 m2 one-bedroom Design Apartment**** situated on the first floor. It consists of one bedroom, a living room with a kitchen and a bathroom. Suitable for 4 persons maximum. Equipped with air-condition. Maximum number of people is 4. Additional bed is available (extra charge - 60 pln/day). Wi-Fi and safe are provided free of charge.
Charming tenement with entrance from Św. Ducha Street - right next to the Motlawa river wharf and St. Mary's Church. Just a skip from Mariacka Street - the most beautiful street in Main City and from Dluga Street - the most popular promenade. In the same tenement are also located: Apartment Hevelius, Apartment Św. Ducha III nad Apartment Św. Ducha V. Public car-park is situated in the courtyard, right under the Apartments windows. The guarded car-park is situated within a 5-minute walk from the apartment.
Living room: cupboard, coffee table, dinner table and 4 chairs, TV Sat
Bedroom: 2 high-class single beds (twin bed available on request), built-in wardrobe, bedside table
Wardrobe: iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, cloth dryer
Bathroom: WHB, shower, washing machine, hair dryer
Kitchen: high-class built-in furniture set, complete kitchenware (dishwasher, microwave oven, electric oven, 4- spot ceramic plate, toster, coffe machine, wireless kettle)
The spirit of Jan Strakowski is still hovering over Gdańsk. The Town Hall, the Great Armory, the Lowland Gate , the Żuławska Gate and the St. James Gate. While travelling the length and breadth of the city, you can come across works designed by him at every turn, you can admire, explore, touch and appreciate them. Many minor works of the artist were completed by his son – Jerzy Strakowski, who took over the legacy of his outstanding father. His son was born out of a ralationship with his second wife Anna, 28 years younger daughter of Jerzy Kruger.
Strakowski was a true traveler. As a holder of a scholarship of the Gdańsk City Council, he studied in the Netherlands and Germany, from where he brought an innovative approach to architecture, so much needed in the early seventeenth century in this part of Europe . He combined styles, using at the same time his previously gained knowledge and experience, so that the facilities he designed were both beautiful and useful.
Not only one of our apartments was named after him. While walking around Wrzeszcz, we may come across the Jan Strakowski Street.
Charming tenement with entrance from Św. Ducha Street - right next to the Motlawa river wharf and St. Mary's Church.
Just a skip from Mariacka Street - the most beautiful street in Main City and from Dluga Street - the most popular promenade.