Lonely Planet review
This recently renovated hotel is a converted student dormitory. Service is curt but the rooms, with two, three or four beds, are surprisingly clean and comfortable. It’s unfortunate that they stick foreigners with a R300 registration fee. Also problematic is the lack of single rooms; solo travellers wanting privacy should give the Krom a miss.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Krom and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Pskov.
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