Stayed here in late December, when it was -25C outside. Not that central but only a 20 min walk to the centre so wasn't complaining much. Hilariously Russian luxury - marble, brass, weird art, red carpets. Nice rooms, well stocked toiletries. Superb buffet breakfasts but get in there early, as all the good stuff gets taken and not replaced. Lots of Mongolian and Siberian businessmen drinking brandy with their breakfasts. Try to avoid a first floor room directly over the kitchen and restaurant and you'll be kept awake by loud music until 1am. Only other complaint was that, despite agreeing in advance to us paying a half day rate for a late checkout, they tried to fleece us for a full additional day. Eventually, they relented, when shown email proof of the prior agreement.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Europe is situated in the commercial center of the city. It was built in 2005, still, its classical style follows the traditions of old Irkutsk architects, which makes it one of the most interesting sights of the city. The hotel is 6 km (3.7 miles) away from Irkutsk airport and at a 4 km distance (2.5 miles) from the Central Railway Station. The hotel is equipped with an electronic security system, telephone (local and international communication), Internet, satellite television. ... more less
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