AZIMUT Hotel Siberia
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsAZIMUT Hotel Siberia Novosibirsk
It was an excellent hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews AZIMUT Hotel Siberia Novosibirsk
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... cafe which wasn't too bad but the lunch we had was a bit of a disaster. Neville's meal turned out to be fish, which he doesn't eat, and the other looked like liver that neither of us eat. Everything was in a bain marie, but cold, and when you picked what you wanted they heated it up in the microwave.
We've stayed in truckstops either for free or $R100 ($A2.50) a night.
... app I learn that he is a soldier with a pregnant wife. Actually, I am willing the internet to collapse so I can unleash point itŪ. point itŪ is a charming dictionary full of eighties photographs of things to point to when language fails. Images range from the practical (foodstuffs, maps) to the obselete (floppy disk and video cassette) that have ...
... hostel by the manager who said I would have to pay for another night if I wanted to hang around (I had packed away my things at this point and the room was vacant). I then went to leave but the manager said: No, please stay and continue your conversation. Confused, I replied that I thought he had asked me to pay for another night if I wanted to remain in the communal area? Yes, that was correct.
Anyway, I said goodbye to the Ukrainians ...
... br> We decided to go back to the hotel and get some rest before heading out on our own to see the olympic flame arrive in the city centre. There were huge crowds and lots of traditional acts on the stage and we could just about see the flame thought the crowd.
For dinner, we met up with Alex and Tanya and their friend Natasha. As we were out quite late, we had difficulty finding a restaurant that ...
... length was a mirror, and above that some sort of gallery with an old piano, opposite on a raised floor was a row of computer desks, and at the far end a stage where odd sorts of bits and pieces were stacked.
There was a market but the puddles put us off going in there, and several supermarkets that the LP guide book had said were reasonably well stocked with imported goods. Obviously that writer’s opinion and L’s differ ...