Hotel is located in a beautiful place but it's service is far from modern standards. You have to wait for about 20 minutes before you will get warm water in the shower. Breakfast is awful. Each time you have to ask rough personal to bring you a cap, hot water, spoon, etc. And they are far from being interested in cooking something testy. Door locks also could have been constructed much better. And I can easily continue the list of what doesn't work properly.
Old Soviet hotel with maintenance to match, although very clean. Located out of town but fine for bus tour group. A supermarket was around the corner and up the street a little. Had to buy some snacks there as the food was not appealing. Breakfast was just the worst we saw on our whole tour. Omelette was a slab of some sort of cooked slab of egg, cut into squares and floating in liquid. Pancakes were OK when served with the honey purchased at supermarket. Jam provided was some sort of pale colour gelitounes stuff in a bowl. Coffee was instant for you to help yourself from a bowl. Otherwise buckwheat (sort of OK, but wears thin after a few weeks) and some hot dog looking sausages.
Hotel Geyser is a comfortable standard hotel in a regional city in Russia. It is clean, serviced with informative staff and the beds are very welcome after a trekking trip involving camping on mountains or volcano slopes for over a week. The restaurant food is good for the price paid with advantage of service not being bound to standard meal times. The hotel has a spectacular view from the 4th floor on Avatcha Bay
The hotel and its rooms are ok! We had a room on the fourth floor, neat, nice bed, dated, old but clean and fully functional bathroom. There is a lady on each floor to keep an eye. Also on our floor (I would think on every), a microwave, a place were you can iron your styuff, and a cabinet do dry our boots! Hotel staff, reception, is very helpfull and friendly. Wifi is free and fast. The restaurant part though is bad, just bad. Food, service all not ok. Just have breakfast there and avoid the food part the rest of the day.
The first room we had was nothing to write home about - clean, with a nice view, but a small bathrooms with signs of wear. The second one, however, had bathrobes, slippers, and a tea maker. The personnel were really nice and helpful, and the little cafe offers decent breakfasts and simple, but good food. Try their Geyser beer, brewed right on the premises! The views from the second floor are obstructed by the trees, the views from the fourth floor are great - if it's clear (which seems to be a common trait for all of Kamchatka...)