The driveway into this hotel is through an alleyway that has garbage piled up along its sides. We had a guide with us at the time and she told us to close our eyes while we drove along the alleyway to the hotel. The hotel itself is set with log-style cabins that have four rooms per cabin. We were given the choice of staying in a cabin or the main building. We stayed in the main building and that seemed to be a little better than the cabins. The room was not large, was basic but okay for a nights stay. It took about 5 minutes to get warm water out of the shower. If staying in the summer time, there is no airconditioning, or screens on the windows etc. However there are double glazed windows and doors for a winter stay. The hotel put mosquito zappers in the room because the hotel is situated in a mosquito area. Dinner was good and, as we were there on a Saturday night, there was live entertainment, which was quite good. I don't know if the entertainment is a standard Saturday night feature though. Breakfast was very basic. Our guide pointed out a hotel in Suzdal that is a better option (and it certainly looked superior to the Russian Village Hotel at Vladimir) but we had already paid for the Russian Village Hotel. If travelling around the 'Golden Ring' in Russia again I would choose to stay in Suzdal not at the Russian Village Hotel in Vladimir.
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