See why so many travellers make Brest-Intourist Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Brest. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Brest-Intourist Hotel features room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge.
While staying at Brest-Intourist Hotel, visitors can check out Holy Cross Church (0.6 mi) and St. Nicholas Cathedral (1.5 mi), some of Brest's top attractions.
While in Brest be sure to experience nearby cafes such as Caffe Venezia, Dom Fani Bravermann, or Coffee House Paragraph.
Brest is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Happy Boot, Millennium Monument, and Monument to the Lover, which are not too far from Brest-Intourist Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Brest-Intourist Hotel as you experience all of the things Brest has to offer.
Recepcionist did not speak any English at all and was not friendly. The room was dated and hot. Breakfast is a joke - they bring you a small plate with cheese and cold cuts, no proper coffee, poor ambiance. Should be completely refurbished.
I was for 2 nights as business trip. Hotel WiFi is good and free in rooms. Vpn is allowed to use. Breakfast was small and only tea with sandwich, and one of two dishes: eggs or meat plate. Rooms are clean but tv is outdated with only 12rus language channels. Bathroom is clean. Rooms are fixed every day.
the hotel is perfectly located in the very centre, few steps from the walking area Sovetskaya street. old communist building, several rooms are renovated in a good style, some of them are still in old style. very friendly staff at reception, always ready to help, fair breakfast, nothing special but good enough for that price, good solution for one or two nights stay
The trace ot soviet times is still visible there. Some rooms are advanced and better equipped. I didn't like the breakfasts, as there were only two options to choose. Besides, threre were free seats, a lot of them, but I was asked (and not polotely) to sit at the table with some people there.I was told the staff was waiting for a big group. I think part of those people near was forced to do the same thing. By the way, no groups came.
Appalling, beds uncomfortable very tired and run down. In the bathroom the toilet is that far off the wall that you can't sit down straight without knocking your knees. Not stayed anywhere so bad for many a year one to miss not been to the bar or restaurant yet but one look at the rooms and tired lobby leaves me to look else where to eat