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Polish Baltic Philharmonic and Congress Centre
Ołowianka 1, 80-751 Gdańsk, Poland
Phone: +48 58 320 62 62

The conference sessions, exhibits and more will be take place at the historic Polish Baltic Philharmonic and Congress Centre in Gdansk. The unique aspects of the conference meeting space and technical content to be provided will make this a memorable experience, not to be missed! Click these links to learn more about the Philharmonic or Gdansk.

Hotel Accommodations

A variety of hotel accommodations are available near the Polish Baltic Philharmonic and Congress Centre.




Gdańsk Boutique

+ 48 58 300 17 14



+ 48 58 77 87 100


Hotel Królewski

+ 48 733 350 230


Ibis Gdańsk Stare Miasto

+ 48 583 006 700


Mercure Gdańsk Stare Miasto

+ 48 583 210 000


Novotel Gdańsk Centrum

+ 48 583 002 750



+ 48 58 563 50 00


Q Hotel

+ 48 58 77 27 300



+ 48 58752 2100



+ 48 58 382 30 20


To locate these hotels on a map and their proximity to the conference venue, click here. For a detailed description about these hotels, click here.

If you need assistance with hotel accommodations, contact our partners at Mazurkas:

You may register for this Conference using a major Credit Card, Debit Card, PayPal, Check or Purchase Order. Check payments should be made payable to DFI and are due within 30 days of registration and must be paid in full in advance of the conference dates.

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To make payment by wire, contact DFI at bookkeeper@dfi.org.

Cancellations must be made in writing by mail, email or fax.

Email: events@dfi.org

Fax: +1 (973) 423-4031

All payments are net 30 days from the date of registration and payable in full in advance of the conference dates. 

Refunds for Registration will not be issued after Friday, June 4, 2021. However, you may transfer your registration to another person.

Refunds for Exhibit Booths will not be issued after Friday, May 7, 2021. Please refer to your Exhibit Space Agreement for Details.

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A Note About Hotel Accommodations

DFI does not use a housing or room reservation service for its events. When you reserve your room, know that there are only two ways to do so:

  1. By visiting corresponding with the hotels listed on this website directly;
  2. By contacting Mazurkas for assistance.

Local Attractions

Gdańsk - City of freedom

Situated between the sandy beaches of the Baltic coast and the green hills of Kashubia region, Gdańsk for centuries was the biggest and wealthiest city in the Polish Commonwealth. It was also a member of the Hanseatic League – a group of Baltic and North Sea ports and mercantile centres operating from the Middle Ages. The beauty of the city may be admired as we stroll along the Royal Route from the Golden Gate, along Długa Street and the Long Market, with its Fountain of Neptune, to the Green Gate, touring the interiors of the Main Town Hall and the Artus Court. Along Mariacka Street it seems that time stood still hundreds of years ago. St. Mary’s Basilica is the world’s largest brick church, with 80 m tower offering a view of Gdańsk and the bay.

Gdańsk is a city with very rich and interesting history, documented since 997. Gdańsk is also where World War II began, and it is here that the Museum of the Second World War was built to memorize this fact.

The legendary Gdańsk Shipyard was the site of strikes led by the charismatic electrician, the Nobel Peace Prize winning former President of Poland, Lech Wałęsa. The strikes which led to the creation of the Solidarity independent trade union, marked the beginning of the end of Communism in this part of Europe. The European Solidarity Centre that was opened in 2014 is devoted to this part of the history.

Here in Gdańsk – the world’s capital of amber - you can breathe in the scent of an amber forest, learn how the ‘Baltic Gold’ was formed millions of years ago, and examine old and new wonders made from this unique material. It’s worth checking out the Amber Museum, the only one of its kind in the world.

Gdańsk is moreover an important part of Poland’s Tricity – a unique arrangement of three cities, each with an entirely distinct character. Together with Gdańsk there is Sopot (a thriving, elegant, seaside resort town)  and Gdynia (a lively port city notable for its modernist buildings from the 1930s) that constitute this urban phenomenon with over a million of population.