See why so many travellers make Malachite 2000 Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Yekaterinburg. 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.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as The Monument to Vladimir Vysotsky and Marina Vlady (1.0 mi) and The Church of Ascension (1.4 mi), guests of Malachite 2000 Hotel can easily experience some of Yekaterinburg's most well known attractions.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Malachite 2000 Hotel offers guests free wifi.
While in Yekaterinburg, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Malachite 2000 Hotel, including Vertical Restaurant (1.0 mi), Panorama A.S.P. (1.0 mi), and Le Grand Cafe (1.1 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Ural Branch, and Folk Arts Center Gamayun.
At Malachite 2000 Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Yekaterinburg.
Usually there are not so many tourists from foreign countries. Had a great time there. Staff is very friendly. Just breakfast is not really tasty. but the room was really big,free Internet. 24 hours reception, even though they don't speak good English everything has been fine.
My friend in Yekaterinburg found the Hotel Malachite for us as it was near her flat, and a tram ride from the city centre. I got a relative to fax the hotel for us, as they do not look at their E-Mails very often. The confirmation came back in Russian and we got a friend to look over it. The Hotel takes its name from a lovely green stone Malachite which was mined in the area from which you can get beautiful jewellery in Yekaterinburg and area. We were impressed by the lovely marble entrances and staircases and the hotel was spotlessly clean. Our rooms were beautiful and spacious with lovely tiled bathrooms. Reception was manned 24 hours. There was TV in the rooms but we could only find Russian spoken channels. On the other hand we didn't ask if other languages were available. The cafe where breakfast was served was not very impressive, though the breakfast improved. At first I was served with unpleasant instant coffee, there was no milk or butter or jam but there was a main course. After the first day I insisted upon a capuccino (they had the machine) and after a couple of days, milk and butter were also provided so everything was fine. There was usually a loud TV running. One very young lady who served us was quite offhand, but the others were polite. My room had a little conservatory and a spectacular view over Shartashky market, in the centre of which the glass covered building was all lit up at night. The rooms cost 2,500 roubles each per day which at the time of writing (16/08/08) is about £54 per person per room. The Hotel Malchite is ideal for people who want to practice their Russian because they do not speak English (I forgot to ask if they had other languages). On our last night they provided an early morning phone call and ordered our taxi to the airport. Italophile…