Old school Soviet era hotel in a good central location. The staff were friendly and helpful. The advice from the ladies about nearby places to eat and drink was spot on. The room was clean and everything worked, It is showing its age but I did not find that to be a problem. A good view from the balcony on a clear day. I thought that the breakfast was uninspiring but still worth paying for. I would be happy to stay there again.
Very central location. Definitely worn out and in dire need of refurbishment. The elevator up to the rooms was more like a thrill ride and a few in our party walked the stairs up many floors just to avoid the elevator. Staff was polite and courteous however and check in and out was quick
The hotel is quite old, worn-out and not very clean. In the room I could find a lot of scratches and holes everywhere, but the bed was clean and without bugs. Hot water was running, there was an AC and TV with array of local and Russian TV-stations. Breakfast was not very enticing. All buffet items were placed on one small table, basically vegetable salads, buns and eggs. That was all. The reception was a bit slow, my request for a morning call was confirmed but it never came. Credit cards or local cash accepted for payment. There are some advantages to staying in Dostuk. It´s centrally located, no need to take taxi. A bank is in the same building and at some 30 EUR/night it´s reasonably priced.
I stayed a few nights in Dostuk Club Hotel when on business trip to Bishkek. Even if the Club Hotel is sold as 'premium part' of Dostuk, it's looks and feels rather shabby and remembers me to the late 1990ties when I have been first time visiting this town. Club Hotel is located on 5th floor of Dostuk Hotel, just a bit better renovated and equiped than the rest of this large Sovjet style building. Entrance and Access are the same as rest of Dostuk, which is in old and mostly shabby conditions. Standard rooms are very small and darkish. Very bad sound insulation to corridor and neighbouring rooms, you can hear in fact each and every world what People speak outside the room. Breakfast is served in so called Prego Bar on 2nd floor, breakfast buffet is tiny and of low quality. Instant coffee only. However, on the positive side, staff is truely nice and helpful. I would not stay here again, for this Price one could get much better, modern accomodation in today's Bishkek - unless you are explicitely looking for the 'charm of the past days' ...…
Very old rooms with "nice" soviet decor. Staff was friendly and there was WiFi. The hotel has a bat called Prego, which serves nice food and coffee. Walking distance to most of the central sights in Bishkek.