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I stayed three nights at this hotel. It is not that cheap, but has reasonable quality of rooms, and helpful reception staff, but breakfast staff did not speak English, which was hard to order. I liked the location of the hotel very much.
Stayed in this hotel for one night due to an issue with the hotel we should have stayed in being overbooked. Hotel appearance was not that bad, however upon staying in the hotel found the food to be very salty, no free water provided in...More
This hotel is a perfect example of a Soviet era hotel. It is part of the city heritage and surprisingly is still surviving the times. I stayed in this hotel for more than 30 days on various occasions back in 2005-2006 and at that time...More
The reception doesn't greet you just ask for your passport. This is the welcome and from then on, just downhills.
The room was covered with a mat that smelled soviet union and the toilet was painted in a hospital turquoise green that makes you a...More
USD 43 - USD 53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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