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Behind a grand facade, this place has simple but perfectly acceptable rooms and the communal showers are clean and modern...
The town’s only decent digs reside in the fading grandeur of a 19th-century palace, half a block southeast of the Martyanov Museum. The 24 rooms range from basic to oddly characterful with comfy sofas, real potted plants and lots of carved wood...
Rooms here range from pleasant and modern to barely reconstructed Soviet. The fully refurbished lyux rooms are overpriced but do have minibar and air-con; the cheaper rooms have access to a communal kitchen...
Even the cheaper rooms here are of almost international standard, but with the huge lyux suites you’re paying for space. Online booking facility and half-price rates for 12-hour stays.
Located in the city centre of Abakan, the Hotel Khakasia is nearby all the major city attractions and offers guests free Wi-Fi in all areas and free private parking...
This hotel is located in 900m from the centre of Abakan, 2.5 km from Abakan Central Station. Free Wi-Fi, a library and a 24-hour reception are featured at Hotel Chalpan. The bright, air-conditioned rooms offer modern, light-coloured interiors...
Located 500 metres from the city centre of Abakan, Hotel Druzhba features a sauna, an indoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, and an on-site restaurant serving Russian and Asian cuisine...
Offering a restaurant, Bolshoy Ples is located 180 km away from Abakan. Shared bathrooms also come with towels. Some rooms have a lake view. At Bolshoy Ples you will find a sauna, a 24-hour front desk and a mini-market on site...
A 10-minute drive to the centre of Abakan, Hotel Sever offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi. Free private parking is available. The simply furnished rooms are decorated in warm tones...
All rooms at this super-central hotel have bathrooms and are passably spruced-up, nevertheless, they remain fundamentally Soviet creations; some suffer from traffic noise and overheat in summer...
Hotel Park Otel
Central yet quiet, this two-storey building contains seven suites, each comprised of an entrance hall, bedroom and sitting room. Some have pleasing antique touches, others send you reeling back to the nasty ‘90s, but all are generously spacious...
A soothing atmosphere of air-conditioned exclusivity extends from the lobby to the 14 well-appointed rooms and surprisingly classy suites at this tranquil retreat for the well-heeled. Service is always polite here and rooms are immaculately maintained...
Hotel Turist has a few renovated rooms, but many remain worn and rather musty Soviet relics. Prices aren’t unreasonable given the private bathrooms, though the basic showers tend to flood the toilet floor.
Ultrasimple summer-only Turbaza Iskra , in a collection of old huts across the river from the Lenin head, will soon be outclassed by a new timber cottage complex, which has been laid out as a continuation of one of the museum’s 19th-century streets.