If you’re looking for a small hotel in Irkutsk, look no further than Inn Beryozka.
Nearby landmarks such as Holy Cross Cathedral (0.1 mi) and Memorial Eternal Flame (1.1 mi) make Inn Beryozka a great place to stay when visiting Irkutsk.
A 24 hour front desk, room service, and a gift shop are some of the conveniences offered at this small hotel. If you are driving to Inn Beryozka, there is free public parking available nearby.
Irkutsk has plenty of Chinese restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Botanik, Kimchi, and Kitaisky Ieroglif, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, 130 Kvartal (0.1 mi), Irkutsk Regional Memorial Decembrists Museum, Volkonsky House (1.1 mi), and Sculpture Babr (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Inn Beryozka.
The staff at Inn Beryozka looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Highly recommended. We regretted staying first 3 nights in Irkutsk elsewhere. The rooms are huge and very cute. The hotel is cheaper than most other options of the same level. Bed is comfy. Room is clean. It has a kettle which most other hotels we stayed in on our around Russia car trip didn't. It is 3 stars so don't expect 5 star service. The staff is super helpful and lovely and smiling! The lady at the reception was happy to help with every request. They have parking right in from of the hotel. Hotel is located in the heart of the cutest, most touristy district in Irkutsk, a stone throw from the city centre. It is lovely!
Beryozka Inn is a great place to stay inside the Kvartal 130. Our room was very spacious, with good heating (it was a bit cold) and comfortable beds. The recepcionist was a very friendly woman helping us with all our needs. The location is just great, inside a kitchy street packed with great bars and restaurants (and a pastry shop!!!).
Located in a pretty, reconstructed log house, Beryozka is a welcome change from anonymous chain hotels. The staff is mostly friendly and Russian-speaking, but they have 48 hour shifts and sleep at the reception at night. At night the front door is locked, so you may find yourself banging at the door for quite a while, after climbing the sometimes icy outside stairs, before the receptionist wakes up to let you in. If your room is upstairs, you are up for another climb up some very narrow and steep stairs. The rooms however are top-notch (although lacking fridge and shower curtain), and almost justify the high rates. The breakfast however does not. While lovingly prepared, the ingredients are truly bottom-shelf. Bland slices of toast (not roasted) without butter are served with the cheapest sausage and a "dairy product" that doesn't meet the quality standards to be called yoghurt. The location in the tourist- and nightlife district can be both an advantage and a disadvantage, but I wouldn't recommend this hotel for families on weekends.…