Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Irkutsk, Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its trendy environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Irkutsk.
The rooms offer a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Irkutsk, Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel is located a short distance from Memorial Eternal Flame (0.4 mi) and Holy Cross Cathedral (1.1 mi).
Irkutsk has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like The Library Bar, Mamai, and Gastobar Kamchatka, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, 130 Kvartal (1.1 mi), Railway Station Irkutsk-Passazhirskiy (0.6 mi), and Nizhnyaya Naberezhnaya Angary (0.8 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Ibis Irkutsk Center Hotel is sure to make your visit to Irkutsk one worth remembering.
Very disappointed in both, the hotel and their restaurant, where I had breakfast. First, the hotel...I have to mention that I only stayed one night there and moved to another hotel as soon as I could. It appears the hotel is new, and it’s still clean enough. Yet, the neighborhood is a bit sketchy and not so clean. I requested a very quiet room and was granted one, or so they said. The room on the 7th floor was not at all quiet. There is simply no sound proof concept in the hotel. Walls are so thin, I could hear neighbors caught at 2 in the morning. Windows are also cheap - I was listening to a dog barking from the outside the entire night. And this is on the 7th floor! What would have it been on the 2nd? Now, the size of the room was ridiculously small, even for one person. I could barely walk around the beds. And beds are sooooooo narrow. Just so you know - there two tiny beds and they do not combine them into one normal bed for one person stay, like in all other hotels I stayed (I stayed in many). I do not know how I did not fell off that narrow bed! Why not to combine the tiny beds into one?! - too lazy? Lastly, the breakfast. I do not like buffet breakfast and waited till 10 am when I could order from a la cart menu. Coffee was ok, but the salmon sandwich was just inedible - it had fish scales inside of the sandwich and pieces of salmon skin that I could not shew. I asked for the manager to show her the sandwich masterpiece:( she was sensible and promised to speak to the chief about the food preparation. Well, if this was a chip hotel, I would have said, ok. But by Irkutsk standard, it’s not a cheap hotel, they should at least be able to remove fish scales from the sandwich and combine tiny beds into one for a single person occupancy.…
This was our first port of call in Russia after arriving on the train from Mongolia. Its only a five minute drive across the river from the railway station. Our room was compact, clean and comfortable but bit of a squeeze for two standard suitcases. The hotel is at a busy intersection and the double glazing kills most of the traffic noise. If you need a super quiet room go for one with an even number on the other side of the hotel. English language channels are available; al jazeera and BBC. It was a treat to get natura siberica products in our bathroom in our second room after our return from Lake Baikal. This hotel is a good 20 minutes walk from the city centre with little around for eating out. We found it easier just to dine in after a day out. Menu was ok, broad appeal. Breakfast is 450 roubles each and you need to pay cash each day. Booking to the room doesnt seem possible. The bread was always good but the hot offerings were a patchy affair. It was also all around timing as the hotel is used by flight crew and for work functions. On the upside tea is always available in the foyer. Staff were friendly although getting a taxi was a bit random on departure. Be prepared to walk through a smoke haze at the entry if there is a function on. We would stay here again due to its location to the train station and the funky fresh decor. …
We stayed in a standard room for one night. The room was quite small, tricky if you have two suitcases. Very comfortable bed and reasonably quiet. The staff were pleasant enough and breakfast was a good spread. One negative point was that the room was stifling. We tried to adjust the temperature by turning down the thermostat but this did nothing. The window only opened (thankfully) a very small bit and you would have to have it open a long time to make a difference to the temperature of the room. It was an uncomfortable night's sleep.
Very small room but very clean. Good service. Excellent breakfast. A lot of choices. Did not try the free coffe included. The coffee from espresso machine was only fair and cost 150. A lot better than ibis in other cities. Will definitely come back the next time I am in Irkutsk.
Hotel is conveniently located half way between the train station and the city centre. There isn’t a lot in the immediate vicinity of the hotel but if you’re arriving by train it’s easy to get to. The hotel is quite new and rooms and clean and well equipped, up to the usual ibis standard. Staff were helpful and we were able to check in early as a room was available. The room had a temperature control, a fridge, and bottled water was provided which was great.