Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Kostroma, Old Street Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its boutique environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Old Street Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Kostroma.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Old Street Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features room service and a concierge. Plus, Old Street Hotel offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Yuriy Dolgorukiy Monument (0.3 mi) and Monument to the Snow Maiden (0.3 mi), guests of Old Street Hotel can easily experience some of Kostroma's most well known attractions.
While in Kostroma, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Old Street Hotel, including Beer and Grill (0.2 mi), Staraya Pristan (0.6 mi), and Restaurant Old Street (0.0 mi).
Best of all, Old Street Hotel makes it easy to experience many great Kostroma attractions like The Resurrection Church on the Debra, Ostrovsky's Pavilion, and House of Borshhov, which are some popular architectural buildings.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Old Street Hotel is sure to make your visit to Kostroma one worth remembering.
I rather often travel to Kostroma on business. I’ve stayed at different Kostroma hotels. It’s purely the best. Outstanding service, exquisite interior, ideal location. Very nice friendly staff ready to help even if it’s not really their duties. Easy several minutes walk to the city center and good restaurants.
My wife and I visited Kostroma May 6-11, 2018, in order to see the historical sites and enjoy the city, which friends in Moscow had recommended to us. We stayed at the Old Street Hotel. It is an excellent small hotel located within easy walking distance of the city center. We were able to walk further, to the beautiful 17th-century Resurrection Church on the Debre, and to take a convenient city bus to the famous Ipatyevsky Monastery and the nearby Museum of Wooden Architecture. The Gostiny Dvor trading rows with interesting shops are close by, as well as some good cafes and restaurants and the 'everything but bread' crafts collective. You can walk along the Volga and down many peaceful side streets with old wooden buildings. The staff of the Old Street Hotel was friendly and very helpful, and so were the Kostroma people whom we met. The hotel arranged a taxi to take us to the Alexander Ostrovsky estate at Shchelykovo near Kostroma, a wooded setting in the countryside where Ostrovsky wrote many of his plays. Attached to the Old Street Hotel is a very good restaurant which serves Russian specialties (especially fish) and large, excellent breakfasts. We had a comfortable room on the second floor. (Note that there is no elevator.) We got by well with our very limited Russian, both at the hotel and in the city. (Some of the hotel staff speak English; some don't. But the hotel went out of its way to be helpful, and we had no problems.) Kostroma is a lovely, quiet Golden Ring city saturated with history -- both the Romanovs and Godunovs had roots here -- and the Old Street Hotel is a fine base for exploring the city and its many attractions.…
I had a recent business trip to Kostroma and stayed at the Old Street Hotel in the old part of Kostroma. I have traveled in Russia a bit and many hotels are "old school". Pretty spartan with basic food. The Old Street hotel is not one of those despite the name. Situated in the old historic area of Kostroma, the Old Street is a very modern hotel with great service and excellent food. The hotel has a very contemporary design with spacious rooms. My room had a separate bedroom, living room and bath. The bath was very large with the steam heated towel rack which was a nice touch. The bed was very comfortable and the room appointments modern. As with most places in Russia, heating is by hot water so when you get to the hotel, you probably need to adjust the radiator settings to be comfortable to you. The restaurant is located in the basement and the food is very good. A good mix of Russian food along with western choices so you will have no shortage of options. It's good to have a few basic Russian words to get you by or download Google translate on your phone when you are traveling in Russia. However, I found the staff pretty fluent in English. Make sure that you take a walk towards the market just about 3 blocks away. If you are looking for some Russian souvenirs, buy them in Kostroma. They are all hand made the the prices are a fraction of what you will pay in Moscow or other big cities. Don't forget to try the local delicacy: cheese. Very good.…
Very nice and cozy hotel. Centrally located. Not on the embankment, but just a few minutes walking, which taking into account evening activities is even an advantage. Rooms looks exactly as they are shown on the pictures - stylish, modern and comfortable. Our room was in mezzanine, so we had windows only on the ceiling, so take in into account when make reservation, though i can't say it was too dark, just no regular window. And please note that there are no elevator. Can't overlook restaurant - it's amazing!!! large menu, good and creative plae service. And everything was absolutely delicious. Though i can' say the same about breakfast. It's full with many options, but too much oil and too much frying. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-fi was in all premises. We didn't use parking but i know that it is provided for guests. Higly recommended!…
We enjoyed four nights at Old City Hotel. Decor is stylish modern throughout with beautiful New Year decorations. No elevator. Staff were friendly with functional English. "Comfort room" was pleasant with spacious bath - stunning white fixtures, including bidet and large tub, set against black floor and walls. Our first floor room faced the street and had some traffic noise. Generous complimentary breakfast: cold plate with cheese and processed ham, nut bread and croissant plus hot dishes from menu. Ten minute walk to city center or to river front. Good restaurants in area.