Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Jon O'Nealfrom USA
next to train station, could use some updatingPosted Aug 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
Hotel Cernigov is located directly across the street from the train station. I was attending a 3-day music festival and didn't feel like camping out so this was the next best option. The hotel itself is rather dated, the outside is unappealing, elevators are old and the windows in the rooms are ancient and hard to open. The wi-fi was intermittent and when it was working was rather slow. The free breakfast was great, some hot items as well as the standard european spread. I would stay here again to attend another festival, but it would probably not suffice for business.
for Business Travelersby Tomaszfrom Poland
near train stationPosted Oct 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
old building not refurbished since long time, rooms are clean but not refurbished as well but for one night is enough
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Bobfrom USA
Good for overnight stayPosted Sep 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is dated, worn and in need of updating. That being said the hotel is clean and comfortable. The restaurant was closed when I arrived about 16:30 so I ordered form the bar menu. The meal was adequate but could have been better. Breakfast on the other hand was varied and of good quality. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. All things considered the hotel is a good value for the price and location.
for Personal Eventby mrs kitchen
Posted Mar 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
excellent hotel keep up the good work
by A verified travelerfrom South Wales
Very basic but cleanPosted Jun 11, 2010
Convenient to railway station and not too far from centre. Basic amenities including brteakfast choice. Restaurant not open on Saturday night and bar closes at 10.00pm. If travelling with my wife I would not stay here
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom UK
No frillsPosted Aug 25, 2009 on Hotels.com
Arrived at the hotel to be greeted with confusion - there was no record of our booking. Eventually this was sorted, but the service received on arrival verged on plain rude. No manners, nor even a smile. Not the greatest welcome after a day's travelling. Room was basic, but did the job for a 3 night stay. Sheets were clean, room was tidy, shame about the skid marks left in the toilet! There is no safe in the room, but apparently there is at reception. After our initial 'welcome', we didn't risk this. Also, the 'designer toiletries' do not at all live up to their name - bring your own! Buffet breakfast was ok - selection of meats, cheeses, cereals, fruit, hot dogs, soup, cakes etc. Also orange squash, tea and coffee. Served 6.30-10am. Over the 3 days, service did improve (when a different receptionist was on duty). Staff at the bar seemed nice enough too. A warning if you need to use the internet - bring a laptop! We were expecting to check in online for our flight home after reading that the hotel has internet. However this is only wireless access. There are no computers to use, so we had to find an internet café when we travelled to Prague. Another note - English isn't spoken as fluently as in tourist-oriented areas, which is fair enough. So it helps to learn a few basic Czech phrases. Overall, the hotel is basic, but we just used it as a base to sleep, wash and eat breakfast, then went out for the day. If this is all you need, it serves its purpose.