Hotel Equator

Address: Naberezhnaya, 20, Vladivostok, Far East Russia, 690091, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Naberezhnaya, 20, Vladivostok.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Equator Vladivostok

Reviewed by nickandmaryjane

Friendly staff - plenty of room!

Reviewed Mar 29, 2013
by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

We're staying here for a week and are very happy with our room - it is very spacious and beds are relatively comfortable. Staff are super friendly and it's a great location - easy to walk everywhere.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Equator Vladivostok

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Travel Blogs from Vladivostok

Day, 37, 38, 39, 40 Travelling to Vladivostok

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... admiration for the waiting staff who manage to juggle plates, glasses and so on without spilling anything or dropping them in our laps. Apparently they get special training, but even so it is pretty amazing.

We have spent some time watching documentaries and going to lectures by Professor George. Sounds boring doesn’t it? Somehow, it’s not! He is a very interesting speaker and we have covered everything from the Tatar/Mongols to ...

Yul-tide and the Hunt for Red October

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 08, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... is to begin or end a journey on the Trans-Siberian railway. Completed in 1916, the longest railway line in the world is nearly 10,000 kilometres between Vladivostok and Moscow. The fastest trains to Moscow do the journey in six days. Our group of twenty only justifies four carriages, plus a bar car, a restaurant car and a staff car so we don’t have our own engine, but just hitch ourselves to passing train. So with stops for sightseeing, our journey to Moscow will take around 12 ...

The cafeteria in the shadow of Lenin's statue

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 26, 2014

55 photos

... in the 5 minutes to the hotel. For our last nights in Russia I had booked a very Russian hotel - the Zhemchuzhina, which is used by junior military officers of the Russian navy. The reception staff spoke a little bit of English and the printed hotel information was in Russian and English. After 3 nights and 4 days on the train I booked a suite and we enjoyed the space. We showered, dressed for dinner a nd went downstairs to the hotel restaurant. ...

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A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 29, 2013

Had trouble sleeping last night. Took me ages to get off to sleep. The bed was very comfortable though and very roomy. Then again after 3 nights of sleeping in a train bunk, a small single bed would still feel roomy. Maybe I was just missing the gentle swaying and train noises to lull me off to sleep.

Woke up at 7:30, showered and went downstairs to have a decidedly average buffet breakfast. Bread (no toast, no butter), a bowl of rather tasteless porridge ...

The long ferry to South Korea...

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach on Jul 17, 2013

Today we got on the 24 hour ferry to South Korea (the 27 friendly, smiling welcomes in a row getting on board the ship were a very pleasant surprise after spending so much time in serious, unfriendly Russia), though they did tell us we'd be delayed by 4 or 5 hours due to the Russians having war games. Turns out they were the biggest war games they've had since the cold ...