At the very entrance you get impression you're entering a local residential building, not a decent hotel. Then you see it is actually a hotel for which managment didn't think that renewing old soviet standards would benefit. Receptionist is very official and cold. Rooms are of questionable hygiene. In bathroom you'll get nothing but some pink old towels, and a smallest bar of cheapest soap, and a small bag of cheapest shampoo. So bring your own stuff if you want to live there. There is a hot water available and I was happy for this.
Bed had a worn thin mattress, terrible to sleep on. i was actually sleeping in a hole made by this old mattress. Curtains are light transparent, so in june, when there are "white nights", you can hardly adopt to daylight at night.
When leaving a room, you can't just leave the key at reception, but search for a cleaning service lady who dwells sometimes on 7th, sometimes on 6th floor.... I was amazed by those invented inconveniences.
Breakfast is happening in separate restaurant in the same building. You get there some cooked meals too, which I didn't prefer because I personally don't appreciate local Russia cuisine.
This hotel did not provide rest and comfort on my business trip.
I will certainly try different Hotel next time. This one I don't recommend to anyone.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking