If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Yaroslavl, look no further than Yubileynaya Hotel.
Nearby landmarks such as Transfiguration Cathedral (0.2 mi) and Spassky (St Saviour) Monastery (0.2 mi) make Yubileynaya Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Yaroslavl.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Yubileynaya Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Yubileynaya Hotel are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Boulevard, Vanilla Sky, and Restaurant Mili, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Yaroslavl is also home to Military History Museum, a popular natural history museum that is not too far from Yubileynaya Hotel.
The staff at Yubileynaya Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The rooms have been reconstructed recently so they are clean and equipped with air-conditioning. There is an electric kettle and a small fridge, a bottle of water (0,5 l) is included in the price. The location is convenient, close to main attractions. From the upper floor from the rooms with even numbers one can see a nice view of Kotorosl river and a city bridge. The breakfast is rich. Free parking is provided.
The location of this hotel is ideal: very close to the center, near the Kotorosl river, very close to the point where the Volga comes together to this river. Very nice view from the hotel to the river and the bridges that go over the river.
This is quite good hotel situated just near the Kotorosl river in the historical part of Yaroslavl. Rooms look renovated, beds are convinient, breakfast is nod bad. The price for living is competitive in comparison with other promotions.
The hotel is fine, in walking distance from all the sights. Service is good. The rooms along the back (non-riverside) suffer from noise from the local all night disco. The hotel has a good laundry service but I advise people to keep all paperwork. I was charged twice for the same laundry because I did not have my first receipt to show when I checked out. Despite the detailed paperwork and computer records kept by the hotel they were unable to trace my previous payment. Paperwork is a major habit with Russian hotels, perhaps a hangover from a centralised economy, but it seems to be just a ritual and not used to improve service or keep track of business. Despite finding the first receipt and sending them a photocopy they then "couldn't find" a record of my second payment and refused to refund. I'm sure I wrote a review soon after this stay but it seems to have disappeared from the TripAdvisor website.…
A large hotel, with big Soviet style rooms. I had a kitchen, a sitting room and a bedroom, but all of them with '60 furniture. The bathroom was also old and lot's of plastic. Not many of the staff speak English. At breakfast I had to raise fingers to communicate my room number :-). The hotel is not far from the center and the rooms are big, but not very comfortable. At RUR 4800 a night, it was OK for 2 nights.