Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby LB-Y from Washington DC
Good snowy business hotelPosted Feb 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
The lay-out is a bit dated--lots of marble and columns, which wasn't a great first impression. However the room and furinishing were all first class. The service staff were wonderful and very responsive.
Recommendedby John from KZ
Stay at the Astana RadissonPosted Dec 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent property, a little pricey
for Business Travelersby KAZIM
Posted Sep 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
I ENJOY STAING WITH THEM THEY PROVIED GOOD SERVESES
by A verified traveler from New york
Phenomenally overpriced for this level of hotelPosted Mar 17, 2010
The best thing about this hotel is its enormous breakfast buffet served till 10:30am so that you can skip lunch, and the access to the fitness center/spa/swimming pool -- although their system of making you obtain a pass for each visit is tedious (as is the same Internet pass system, instead of just offering open access). For the phenomenal price you'd expect much more: that the towel warmer in the bath should work; that there should at least be a kettle in the room for coffee and tea; that the mirrored closet shouldn't have a crack in it -- all of the small stuff that makes a hotel worth the price. But the Radisson more or less has a monopoly as the only Western chain in town. This hotel would have been just fine at half the price. Let's hope future competition spurs either better service or room amenities. It would also be a better hotel if they served more Kazakh or Russian food, but the menu offerings in that regard are sparse (just manti) and mostly focus on pizza and European cuisine. Not even one shashlik or plov offering? The result is that you have to venture out into the tundra (-20C) if you want to eat well.