If you’re looking for a small hotel in Vladivostok, look no further than Renaissance Hotel.
While staying at Renaissance Hotel, visitors can check out Tsesarevich Embankment (1.1 mi) and Svetlanskaya Street (1.3 mi), some of Vladivostok's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
If you like cafes, Renaissance Hotel is conveniently located near Moloko & Mеd, Port Cafe, and STUDIO.
If you’re looking for something to do, Eagle's Nest Mount (0.3 mi), Railroad Terminal (0.4 mi), and Central Square (0.4 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Renaissance Hotel.
The staff at Renaissance Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
It is a nice hide-out in the city. The address presents a large stately building, with small businesses and what seems to be apartments on the street side. The hotel is at the back of the lower, left wing. It is accessed by a drive way on the left, next to the seafood restaurant, some 20 meters uphill and through a small parking lot on the right. A small garden on the right side of a path welcomes guests into this hotel of several floors. The room is comfortable, includes every thing from towels, shampoo, tooth brush, to a paid of slippers, a safe, and a hot pot on a tray with tea and coffe packs. They also supply bottle water, although you need to ask for it some times, as the lady do not knock on doors, just hand ot a bottle when she sees you on her route. The breakfast is simple but sufficient, including eggs (fried and boiled) and garden salad. Staff mostly do not speak English, but understand a bit more and are helpful when they figure out what you need. The location is good, a few minutes walk towards the bridge on the east and a little longer walk to the shopping area on the west. Besides the seafood place, another restaurant is across the street the many more going I to the busy area. The lounge down stair has stuffed animals, including a bear, a fox and a pheasant. Although the hotel is small, there are many spaces for lounging at very floor next to the stair cases and in the corridor, nice decoration too.…
I know that this hotel gets great ratings, I know a lot of Americans that live in Vladivostok and they heard of this inn either. Hard to find, through an alley, and up a hill. Once found its right in the center of town. Reminds me of a European hotel, with a few meandering hallways. Breakfast was excellent also. My single deluxe room, about $155 US, was well appointed, three rooms, leather sofa, two flat screens. Staff is friendly and helpful even though I don't speak a word of Russian. The big chains can't hold a candle to this inn, has meeting rooms also.