The Teplo Hotel has a stylish new interior, an advantageous location and friendly service. A unique feature of the hotel is its two hostel-type rooms and kitchen, which are available to all guests.
This creates a pleasant home-like atmosphere. The lobby is more like a cozy studio apartment with a fireplace than a typical hotel reception area. There is everything necessary here: laptops, a TV, games, books, and an equipped kitchen. The ability to cook food is relevant for rational travelers staying in the city for an extended period of time.
The interior design is restrained: light walls and white brick, but at the same time completed by the bright accents of colored sofas and curtains. The decor in the rooms is lovely. The baskets of artificial flowers and alarm clocks give the impression you have come to stay with relatives in a lived-in and loved apartment.
On the one hand there is nothing superfluous in the room, and on the other, there might not even be enough space to store your things. Therefore, when booking it is a good idea to pay attention to the room descriptions. The ordinary double-occupancy room is very compact, and for some may be crowded. An important feature of this room type is that it only has a shower; the toilet is located in the corridor.
The double-occupancy superior rooms have a full bathroom and an additional sofa, where if necessary, a third person can be accommodated. The size of these rooms varies from 16 to 25 square meters. If you want a larger room, it is necessary to ask the administrator in advance whether one is available.
The most affordable accommodation is the common room for six with bunk beds. However, by choosing it you need to be prepared to stay in a room without windows.
Breakfast is not included in the room rate, but it can be ordered at the cafe next door, My Place, which offers a choice of typical European sets: French with a croissant, English with oatmeal, and others. You can also make your own breakfast in the communal kitchen, or in your room, as each room has a refrigerator and a microwave.
The location is Teplo’s gift to its guests. From quiet Posetskaya Street, it’s a stone’s throw to the train station and Svetlanskaya Street, and also to a good place for walking, The Seven Feet Yacht Club. Stores, restaurants, bowling, and a souvenir shop are all located near the hotel.
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Away from city noise, not far from downtown. Five categories of cozy rooms – starting at 3,500 rubles/night.
At different times famous guests have included: Admiral Kolchak, the English writer and spy W. Somerset Maugham, the famous German poet and playwright Bertolt Brecht, revolutionary and first president of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh.
A bit more than simply a hostel.