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Park Hotel

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#1 of 7 hotels in Dubna
"Park Hotel" is a prestigious, comfortable hotel located in Dubna, in a park area of a left-bank part of the town. Expensive and stylish furniture, artistic decoration of the halls and corridors, resilient, concealing the noise of steps flooring, high multi-level ceilings with interior lightning and dainty color scale of interior creates a unic feeling of comfort, peace, calmness and relaxation. High standards of service, professionalism and friendliness of the staff will make your holidays in Dubna in "Park Hotel" pleasant and memorable. At your disposal: 22 spacious modern comfortable rooms including special designer's rooms "Cinemania", "Masha and the Bears", "XXL", "Business class", "Wedding" and "Suite". In each room you can find comfortable expensive furniture, high-quality bedlinen, a personal bathroom with a shower or a jackuzzi as well as a telephone, LCD-television with a DVD player, Wi-fi Internet, a minibar, a safe and a hairdryer.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Tennis court
Business Center with Internet Access
Banquet room
Free public parking nearby
Free internet
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Snack bar
Nightclub / DJ
Fax / photocopying
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Complimentary toiletries
Room service
Hair dryer
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It looks like my review is the only one in English. So, as you would probably guess, I'm writing this from the perspective of a Western business traveler to Dubna. When researching the available hotels in Dubna, there's not a lot to pick from and this hotel could very well be the best available. If you like your hotel with a medieval theme, complete with dragons, dwarves, human-like trees, a cat with sausages (don't ask ... I can't explain it), you're in-luck. This was the only hotel I stayed at in the area, so I can only assume that much of what I experienced is typical and customary for this part of Russia. Luckily, I was traveling with a Russian colleague who was able to communicate with the hotel staff for me. I'm not sure if they could speak any English, but they surely did not speak any to me. I can't say the staff were particularly helpful. I didn't ask for anything and they didn't offer anything. On a couple nights, the front desk attendant watched TV, with the volume loud enough for me to hear in my room. The room ... well ... I don't think it was remodeled since the 1970s at the latest. The decor is almost entire orange, with a strange orange "mood light" overhead. The bed is pretty unforgiving (no box spring) and a little musty smelling. No matter which way I arranged the drapes, I could not completely block out the orange floodlights in the parking lot outside. The room was a decent size with a desk that made working fairly convenient. Reasonably good wifi access was a pleasant surprise. There are absolutely no English TV channels, so work was pretty much the only option anyway. The bathroom (also decked out in shades of orange) was pretty spacious, but again, hadn't been remodeled in a while. There was little counter space, and I could hear every flush from the rooms around me in the plumbing. The shower was ok, with a jacuzzi style tub that I couldn't imagine ever actually using. On one night I could clearly hear people next door talking very loudly and on another night I could hear music from the disco next door. Housekeeping was ok. Nothing seemed overtly unclean at any time, but the decor was pretty worn, so it was hard to tell. I couldn't tell how to control the temperature in the room and occasionally it got too warm, so I had to open the window. Food is available at the adjacent medieval-themed Kamelot restaurant. Dinner was surprisingly good with a wide variety of options. Menus are available in English and the wait staff are pretty helpful. Breakfast wasn't as good, with limited options available. A buffet format would probably work better, but instead, they take individual orders (don't write anything down) and roam around trying to match orders to customers. Kind of a strange, inefficient way to go about it. Drink options were painfully difficult to extract. Only tea was available for self-service. If requested, you could get a small cup of coffee. Water and juice were nowhere to be seen. The waitstaff were so busy wandering around trying to find out who ordered what, I didn't want to bother them with a drink order. There really aren't any other amenities. No gym or pool or anything like that. You can get water at coolers in the hallway. You can get an ironing board from the maintenance closet. We're not talking luxury here, and this may be one of the only options in Dubna. I was counting down the days to when I planned to leave, and that day couldn't arrive fast enough.
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$56 - $67 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
RussiaCentral RussiaMoscow OblastDubna
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