If you’re looking for a boutique guest house in Irkutsk, look no further than Aristocrat Boutique Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Irkutsk, Aristocrat Boutique Hotel is located a short distance from Holy Cross Cathedral (0.4 mi) and Memorial Eternal Flame (0.6 mi).
Aristocrat Boutique Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning.
The guest house offers a 24 hour front desk, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge.
If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant, consider a visit to Botanik, Kimchi, or Kitaisky Ieroglif, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Aristocrat Boutique Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, 130 Kvartal (0.4 mi), Railway Station Irkutsk-Passazhirskiy (0.9 mi), and Irkutsk Regional Memorial Decembrists Museum, Volkonsky House (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Aristocrat Boutique Hotel.
The staff at Aristocrat Boutique Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We enjoyed our stay here. Lovely room and bathroom. The staff is friendly and speaks English. We utilized the laundry service too. Only issue is the cafe (/restaurant?) isn't open in the evenings and breakfast started too late for us to take advantage. There are convenient stores, supermarket, etc, within a 2km walk.
A lot as it happens, if your like e you’ve read the reviews,your stunned when you see it The word boutique hotel is small, the rooms nice,the beds comfy,and u have your own bathroom,tea coffee in the room, u go outside the room there’s hot water,my room wasn’t made for 2 days, the first i was shocked, the second seathing,its more honest to say limited cleaning The girls at reception all speak english,and very helpful.it does not have a lift,it has stairs, a lot of them, you then press a buzzer to b let in,the Restraunt is downstairs, more stairs, but its very authentic,and the Restraunt is spiral only to guests staying there,between certain times, then open to the public,its the area however, very unsuitable, not safe at all,after 6pm, disgusting area ,people(men loitering about),and what r they doing at 2am?I dont want to know!!! On the plus side its not far from st petersburg,but didnt feel safe the cottage cheeses pancakes were yummy…
We choose this hotel based on a previous recommendation. A twin rooms was confirmed but when we arrived were shown a double. This was later changed to a twin. The beds were uncomfortable. One of the windows had no curtains. We were awoken at 7am by what appeared to be a loudspeaker outside our window, which continued for several minutes in Russian( it transpired to be the fire alarm). We had ordered breakfast at 09:30. At 9:05 we got a telephone call to tell us our breakfast was on the table. When we reached the breakfast room we found this to be true, judging by the temperature of the “cooked breakfast “ and the coffee. We requested fresh coffee and were informed we would have to pay for it. After a frank discussion about hospitality we got a second cup of coffee. The cooked part of the breakfast was inedible. It transpired that the staff have no training in the hotel or hospitality industry and it shows.…
My parents stayed in the hotel for a week and they absolutely loved it - totally new, extremely nice staff and service. Very comfortable beds, super clean rooms. Centrally located. Totally advised to visit!