There aren't that many hotels in Ufa, and the city is far from modern, so this averagely ok hotel, feels almost luxurious compared to the rest of the city. The rooms are small, the beds comfortable, the rooms are clean and the breakfast is fantastic, but it's definitely not worth $150 per night. I would have been happy to pay $55-$70 per night. Unfortunately, unlike Moscow or St Petersburg, there aren't even any affordable hostels for backpackers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- AZIMUT Hotel Ufa is a dynamic modern business class mid-market hotel situated on the main street of the city. The hotel is surrounded by a wooded area of the central park where you can escape from the city bustle. Administrative offices and entertainment facilities are in the immediate vicinity. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Azimut Hotel Ufa Russia