Sopot: a chilled-out beach hen-do destination on the Polish coast

Welcome to a Polish hen do weekend by the Baltic sea in the beautiful cities of Sopot and Gdansk.


A weekend hen do in Sopot is a fantastic combination of kilometres of un-spoilt sandy beaches, beautiful sunsets, tasty cheap food, great beer and vodka (obviously), great value hotels, fun clubs, great shopping, tons of Amber jewellery and beautiful architecture.

And what is a more perfect end to a night out dancing than a barefoot walk along the beach to your hotel as the sun slowly comes up ( yes the clubs open late and stay open til dawn) …. .perfect!

There are plenty of hotels and apartments along the beach or just off the beach road for real chill-out time, or more in the centre if you want to be in the thick of the party/shopping action.

Apartments would offer the cheapest options and for £50-£80 per night you can get an apartment for up to 4 people. The hotels are also stunning, we’ve tried out the Mera Spa with its infinity rooftop pool and the Sofitel beach hotel with a private beach – well worth it!

20150724_20391620150725_111820Sofitel Sopot Hotel

August looks pretty booked up in Sopot (yes we are going too! 🙂 ) but we’ve spotted some places are still available for the bank holiday weekend!

And when you’ve recovered from the hen-do partying, there’s the beautiful city of Gdansk to discover – only 20 mins by train , or a boat trip to Hel for the day – much recommended.

If you’re lucky you might also catch the summer market and the folk dancing performances by the Sopot pier.

Fly to Gdansk (then a train or taxi to Sopot) from Stansted with Ryanair or from Luton with Wizz Air in only 2 hours 5 mins.



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