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Located in the scenic Kamenka River Valley and 155 mi from Moscow, this hotel offers a spa center with a wide range of wellness treatments and relaxation programs available.
Good breakfast, comfort hotel Swimming fool, restaurants are good condition
Medniy Dvor is located in Suzdal, on the bank of the Kmenka River and 656 feet from Alexander's Monastery. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.
A really new hotel. Spacious rooms and bathrooms. Very nice outside territory of the hotel. There's a small private beach and a good river-view. There's a possibility for picnic outside hotel. Absolutely fantastic path along the river to the Kremlin through the real countryside.
Just 1969 feet from the Suzdal Kremlin, this traditional-style hotel offers traditional Russian food and a games room with billiard and table tennis facilities. It has a 24-hour reception.
Great hosts! Arranged vegetarian food for me though it was difficult...Very understanding, specially the receptionist and the director..Super clean, compact rooms. The property also has some animals and lake for you to look around.
Located in Suzdal, 1.4 miles from Shchurovo Gorodishche, Антиквар-отель мещанина Охлонина provides accommodations with free bikes, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.
Located in the centre of the town. The room was clean, the bathroom was ok. The woman who met us at the reception was very kind and helpful.
Located in Suzdal, Dacha Beliy Bereg features a garden and a shared lounge, as well as free WiFi throughout the property.
Brilliant Dacha located in the heart of Suzdal. Cannot say enough about how lovely the rooms and the experience were.
One of the benefits of the pandemic for us is that we have done more traveling in Russia. This was our second time to Suzdal in 9 months, each time for a weekend. We will continue visiting Suzdal, we love the history, artisans, antiques, and holiness. We still have a list of things we want to see and do in Suzdal and the surrounding area. We find Suzdal quite cozy which we like and the hospitality services such as small inns, restaurants, guides and masterclasses are becoming excellent.
We loved walking around Suzdal, at each corner being surprised by another beautiful church. We found antiques, medovux, homemade jams, specialty cafes (Ogurets), and beautiful Russian patterned ceramics to enjoy and take home. We were disappointed at the condition of some of the amazing churches and bell towers - we left hoping tourism would make a more positive contribution to the saving and maintenance of the beautiful and powerful history.
Suzdal is one of the most unique places in Russia! Packed with history and traditions, beautiful and serene - it's like riding the time machine! It's worth a several days trip in any season. Go there to stay for a while, give yourself some time not only to visit the attractions but to walk, to breathe, to see the sunsets! You will be enchanted, I promise! And the hospitality, the quality of restaurants and all the small hotels and "guest houses" are wonderful. We come here every year; Suzdal has become my favourite holiday destination inside Russia.
I haven't been to the Golden Ring Towns for a couple of decades, so when I had to visit Suzdal in 2020, I was genuinely surprised. The city is pretty clean, some places are quite modern. At the same time the history is clearly felt though all the town center. The churches are beautiful and numerous. The fields in summer are just stunning with all the flowers and meadow plants. The air is fresh and smells really nice! You might experience lack of the familiar metropolitan establishment like McDonalds, but the local cafes might surprise you (like they did at least once surprised ones, letting us in 15 minutes before the opening time!) No problem getting to Suzdal from Moscow or St.Petersburg, the roads are quite alright even for the snappiest cars.
For those who understand some Russian, a stand-out feature of key sites in Suzdal - especially the Wooden Houses and the St Euthymius Monastery - is that the staff are friendly and helpful. We visited out of season, but it was really fun to talk to the women working in the houses that gave a hint of life years back in the country: they knew lots.
Suzdal is an amateur photographer's dream, although when we were there, near the end of October, there were very few hours of good contrast due to late autumn grey skies. If photography is your thing then come a bit earlier, maybe beginning of October or end of September.
Second time here. I love the views so much! Enjoy the traditional wooden architectures and contryside life. There is even a small zoo in the hotel garden, which reflects the traditional rural scene of Russia. Staff in the museum offered to take photos for me, very friendly! The room is not big, but clean and quietly at night, I had really good sleep here! This is maybe my last time to Suzdal, while this hotel leaves me a good memory forever.
Part of the hotel after reconstruction looks nice, rest is from soviet times... rooms in townhouse nice