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Azimut Hotel Vladivostok
Taking over the 4th floor of the Hotel Vladivostok, these 36 inviting, refurbished rooms feel a world away from the grey tower they’re housed in. There’s free wi-fi and a small nautical-themed bar that overlooks the water.
Business Center Parus
Part of a century-old brick building near the water, the Parus sure makes a grand entrance – with chandeliers, iron staircase and reading room – but rooms are rather standard, with thin carpets and cheesy art...
Vlad Motor Inn
The 35-room Vlad feels a world away from the often grim blocks of Siberian towns. It’s way outside the centre – 20km towards the airport – in the lovely, leafy outskirts near an OK beach...
Pacific Plaza Sakhalin
Built in a green-and-grey blob of modernity in 2006, the eight-floor Pacific has 149 rooms, all stylish, carpeted deals with various sizes. The top-floor Lounge 8 has an outside deck with mountain views and nightly BBQ.
Newly anointed as Yuzhno’s most luxurious hotel, by a slam dunk, Mega sets on a nice spot west of Gagarin Park, with mountains and forest out most windows. Locals occasionally make wedding pictures in the towering lobby...
Sparkling after a makeover in 2007, Sterkh’s 50 rooms offer a bit of style (billowy curtains, air-con, refrigerator) overlooking pl Ordzhonikidze. There’s a huge jump up in space and quality if you go with the lyux. Wi-fi access.
Hotel Polar Star
Yakutsk’s top choice for business and cash-happy travellers, the modern Polar Star has fine, air-con rooms reached by a glass elevator, wi-fi access, a pool (R350 per hr) and – vot eta da! – a two-lane bowling alley (R200 to R300 for 30 min...
Azimut Hotel Vladivostok
Once the only hotel alive in the centre, the 12-floor grey tower now needs a serious makeover outside. Inside the rooms are OK – a bit dark and smokey on occasion, and with worn carpets. Half the rooms have great views of the water...
Sakhalin Sapporo Hotel
Once the city’s finest, just steps from Lenin’s statue, the Sapporo looks horrible from outside (a depressing white box) but is business-standard inside and has a good restaurant...
It’s out of the centre and boxed in by housing, but its standard rooms are well kept and there’s a pool. Without breakfast and air-con the double rate drops to R3200.
Grand old building with 75 rooms (some with air-con) on the busy residential ul Lenina.
Connected to the train station, and a glory of grey outside, the friendly Eurasia has clunky but reasonably well-kept rooms (some with hilariously retro carpets).
Across from a market (and a tank) in the centre, Avacha has small rooms with great bathrooms. There’s a sauna, air-ticket agency and (formal) casino.
Apart Hotel Natalya
This surprising business hotel offers basic, apartment-style rooms, with a full kitchen (including stove and microwave), wi-fi access, TV and oodles of room in the carpeted bedroom. For another R1200, two bedrooms share a kitchen...
This cubey block of a building, near San Marino restaurant, is where most tour groups stay; its rooms are basic and boxy, but comfortable – some even face the Avachinskaya volcano. Travel agency on hand.
Just off the main crawl, the Sapporo’s 20 rooms are the city’s best high-end rooms once you get past the banal lobby. There’s a slight Japanese air in the rooms, with blond–wood bed frames and a bit of bamboo. There’s a good sauna on the premises.
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Just above from Yul’s old home, this grey-brick, yet cheerful, place has an endearing lobby with live frogs and a stuffed version of the hotel namesake – a sea man...
It’s eight floors tribute old-school templates, with balconies that overlook the clover-leaf web of roads outside. In all, not bad – rooms were redone in 2008; still compact, but a fresh dose of vinyl on the floors and ruby red on the curtains.
One of Yuzhno’s most popular hotels looks like a polished little Scandinavian motor inn – perfectly run, clean and welcoming. All rooms get a kitchenette, use of the gym, and breakfast in the popular Mishka Pub in the basement.
Looking out over the namesake park, this pleasant business hotel has two wings – the cheaper, three-floor old one (pink walls, some with fancy new beds and desks) and the nicer, newer nine-floor wing (standard rooms with a bit more style)...
Location. Mira Hotel is located in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, close to Gagarin Park, Sakhalin Regional Art Museum, and Sakhalin Zoo. Hotel Features...
Location. Equator is located in Vladivostok, close to Dynamo Stadium, Vladivostok Central Square, and C-56. Nearby points of interest also include Far Eastern National University...