Lonely Planet review
Teeming with tour groups, this big Bolshevik still breathes as if it’s 1975. Elevators are often under remont (repairs), the business centre’s internet is often down, you pay an extra R500 or so for your foreign self, and the updated rooms are closet-sized (but do have remarkable river rooms on upper floors). There’s a good Japanese restaurant on the 11th floor.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Intourist and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Khabarovsk.
Interesting places nearby
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Shows dubbed Hollywood flicks for R100 to R150.
Albeit with a slightly snooty air, Chocolate has slick international snacks (fajitas, burgers and brownies) and free wi-fi.