Stayed only 1 night on a stopover from the north of Russia to Poland but would definitely stay again when I travel back at the end of the summer. The hotel is in almost new condition and the bed was really comfy. Elena the receptionist was very helpful with information about Pskov, which is a lovely, ...
Ļoti laba cena - atbilst piedāvājumam. Numurs ir ļoti maziņš un saulē uzkarsis.
Nice hotel with a parking lot, close to city center
Very nice place, clean and quiet. Reception staff was helpful and friendly. Breakfast is excellent and in the evening you can have a good dinner. The only negative - no AC, quite annoying on warm nights.
Nice place. First Time :in this city. All was fine. Hotel nice. And in good situaton.
I arrived at 1am and was greeted in the most warm and friendly way. The nature of that greeting was consistent throughout my whole stay, where staff could not do enough to make me feel comfortable and valued. My room was peaceful, immaculately clean and well stocked with toiletries, mini bar with ...
They lost my reservation even though it was in their records it was not marked and they had no room. They did find me a room in another hotel - oktyabarskaya. A better hotel and more conviniennt. This one was wierd location. Not nice outside. Walk 3 stories to reception. It is in a small building. ...
At Monument in Memory of the Ledovoe Battle you can briefly glimpse what life was like in the days of yore.
Getting there is part of the fun, as it's found 380 miles from the national capital, Moscow, in an area known as Pskov.
If you want to spend all of your time in the immediate vicinity of Monument in Memory of the Ledovoe Battle, your hotel options are minimal. The Camelot is your best bet because it's only 0.8 miles away.
Saving money is made easy at the Dvor Podznoeva. This approachable establishment is not only low-cost but a short trip of only 3 miles.