Zvezda Hotel

Address: Yadrintseva St., 1zh, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Siberia, 664009, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Yadrintseva St., 1zh, Irkutsk.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsZvezda Hotel Irkutsk

          Reviewed by clauyjorge

          Comodidad europea

          Reviewed Oct 7, 2014
          by (4 reviews) , Mexico Flag of Mexico

          Este hotel con decoración de caza y Asia se encuentra a unos 15 minutos del centro en carro. Caminando, más de cuarenta minutos. Si buscas comodidad europea (sin los espacios acostumbrados en América) y lugares ricos para comer, está muy bien. Algo que tiene muy bueno es que las recepcionistas son muy amables y HABLAN INGLÉS. Eso sí, la calefacción está con todo, puede llegar a agobiarte..

          Si te encuentras en la ruta del transiberiano hacia Oriente, te recomiendo mucho el restaurante asiático de este lugar. Tu comida puede ser una primera aproximación de lo que está por venir y un descanso a los sabores tradicionales rusos.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Zvezda Hotel Irkutsk

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