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This modern international hotel is conveniently located just 1640 feet from Yaroslavl Central Station. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Park Inn by Radisson Yaroslavl. Friendly and helpful staff, very nice place to spend a night or two :) I've ordered a quiet room and got one at the very end of 6th floor. I really didn't hear anything at all throughout my stay.
Offering a restaurant, Hotel Complex Lubim is located in Yaroslavl, a 7-minute drive from Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery. Free WiFi access is available. The hotel features a private helipad. Clean, good location, nice territory of the hotel, good value for money
Located in the historic building in Yaroslavl city center, Baccara Hotel offers a fitness center and spa center at surcharge. The free WiFi is featured. This is an economical well located simple hotel with a plain but sufficient breakfast and a capable staff.
Located in the historical center of Yaroslavl, this hotel features free WiFi and a traditional-style restaurant. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a mini-bar. The location is excellent - in the center of the historical part of the city. The entire history of the city and cultural attractions are within walking distances.
Ring Premier Hotel is located in the cultural and business center of Yaroslavl city, a 5-minute walk from the Planetarium and Circus. Guests enjoy local and international cuisine. 1. hotel is located in the center( you can go to main church by 20 min by walk) 2. around hotel there is many good restaurant. 3. there is shopping center by walk only 2 min. 4. very good delicious breakfast and the breakfast room are so beautiful! 5. room is very comfortable! 6. Spa, sauna are excellent!!! I love it. 7. Friendly staff!!! Super!
Set in a historic building, Modern is located in Yaroslavl’s Old Town, 2 minutes’ walk from the Young Spectator and Volkov Theaters. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. The bad was nice, food tasteful and staff members was very polite. In the room there were everything needed for a comfortable stay. There were iron, teapot, bottles of water, travel kits and so on. Breakfast was good, and one can choose breakfast starting from pancakes, continue with cereal and omelette. The sandwiches was provided as well.
On average, 3-star hotels in Yaroslavl cost $161 per night, and 4-star hotels in Yaroslavl are $190 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Yaroslavl can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Yaroslavl is the capitale of Golden ring and it's absolutely worth a visit to enjoy, overall, its stunning churches and the romantic atmoshere of Volga river. Strongly suggested a visit to Elia's church and a ride on the Volga. We did it thanks to a private company www.yar-vr.ru and experienced an amazing 3D travel!
Excellent place with a lot of historical places. There are many buildings which were built in soviet time, but they have interesting architectural details. Also you will find there many churches and cathedrals. Besides you can visit diverse cafes and restaurants with own “face“) I highly recommend visiting this town for getting positive and varied impressions.
The old town is good for walks and your can also hire a car or call a taxi, which is really cheap to compare with the Russian capital. There are efficitent local taxi services as well. There a lot of cafes and restaurants with various types of cuisine, many of which are reasonably priced. Most popular places should be booked at least in the same morning at the latest. During our last visit we tried the Georgian restaurant 'Veriko' and paid a visit to one of our favourite cafes in Yaroslavl - the'Organic Coffee' in Ulitsa Svobody. We were quite satisfied both times. Yaroslavl has many interesting places to offer according to a tourist's preference. Alongwith old churches and monasteries, visiting which can appeal to religious people and those interested in history and architecture, now there are more and more interactive museums are being opened. We visited the 'Miniature Golden Ring of Russia' and enjoyed being there very much. Children might enjoy it too as well as the Planetarium and the Einstein Science Museum. Also, there is a good idea to try the Big Wheel by the Kotorosl river, next to the Royal SPA and Wellness Hotel and have a bus city tour around the old city. If you come in summer river boats on the Volga river are also available and strongly recommended.
Yaroslavl exceeded our expectations. It’s a big city, but a beautiful city. We stumbled upon Sovetskaya Ploshchad (Square), where an early evening festival was occurring; live performances and happy people with the backdrop of a 17th century church. Next morning, we walked from our Hotel (the perfectly-located Ibis) to the mighty Volga, where we strolled along the high embankment, as the winter sun rose ahead of us. The gleaming white Uspenskyi Cathedral is at the junction of where the smaller Kotorosl River joins the Volga. Walked along the Kotorosl past three more churches, slipping into one of the for a few minutes of Orthodox service, then resumed our stroll to the highlight, Spaso-Preobrazhenskiy Monastery (buy tickets to cover all exhibits, and enjoy the enclosed grounds for a couple of hours. Yaroslavl is very walkable, with amazing sights and interesting architecture in between. We covered over 5 miles (over 8 km) without even trying. Transportation: we arrived by bus from Ivanovo (before that, Suzdal). Bus station is south of the city, near the Moscovskyi Train Station, where we boarded a bus for city center “Центр” and rode about 10 minutes to Bogoyavleninya Ploshchad, the first step after crossing the Kotorosl, and conveniently next to the previously mentioned Spaso-Preobrazhenskiy Monastery.
It's a lovely historical city, built centuries ago on the Volga river. It will welcome you with super nice very humble people, gorgeous sightseeing and guided tours, hearty Russian cuisine restaurants for any budget. It will be colder than you expect it, remember to dress layers and bring warm clothes with you. If you don't like freezing, go in June or July. Typical November temp is 15F, summers can be cold and rainy or hot and dry, but always short. Bring your camera! It will be plenty of opportunities for memory shots!
It was my first snowfall in Russia and I'm so glad it was in Yaroslavl. The city is small enough to see some great cathedrals sites and walk along the Volga. After that I was able to warm up at my hostel then have one the best sleeps I've had since coming to Russia.
For a group of 11 this hostel was the best place we stayed at during our visit to Russia. It has a large kitchen with sufficient chairs and tables. I liked the design of the place, everything was fine as it was new, hope it stays like this forever. The receptionist was very helpful but quite serious, though she could not speak English, we tried communicating by Google Translate Perfect location, Yaroslavl is a small city but this hostel was also in the city center
The hotel has an excellent position in the city center and it's close to the main landmarks of Yaroslavl. Alle service a family can need are provided by the hotel: spa, banya, restaurant and karaoke bar as well as lounge bar, souvenir shop and a nice playground. To sum up, there is everything a tourist can look for. We spent 2 beautiful days!
Good value for money, although it could be better. The room was nice and clean, and the facilities are okay. Breakfast was nice and tasty but lacked a good choice of dishes. The hotel is quite near the center, but getting there on foot is a bit complicated. I recommend using Uber.
-location was super great. -room was cozy and spacious. -My friend accidentally damaged the closet in the room and we reported it to reception. To our relief, they made sure they wouldn't charge us for that at all. Again we are so thankful to the hotel!!
Location is perfect! Near everything, but quiet. Hotel met all expectations and more. Excellent and bright friendly staff (they’ll register Russian Visa for foreigners). Great breakfast, lots of choices and well-maintained.
The location is very good. Perfect communication with the personnel. However, the room was quite small, not so clean and with strange smell in the hotel. Normal for staying 1-2nights if you spend your day outside the hotel.
- Great location In the downtown of Yaroslavl - positive and accommodating attitude of the personnel - Cleanliness - Offer to use a local guide for a nice excursion (it was in Russian)
Perfect location close to railway terminal Not far from city center. Hotel look great but inside furniture looks a little tied All facilities is functional.
Excellent hotel to stay in Yaroslavl Clean, spacious rooms, nice location Friendly staff at reception Excellent breakfast menu, loved it! Free parking
This is an economical well located simple hotel with a plain but sufficient breakfast and a capable staff.
Hotel is very clean.
1. hotel is located in the center( you can go to main church by 20 min by walk) 2. around hotel there is many good restaurant. 3. there is shopping center by walk only 2 min. 4. very good delicious breakfast and the breakfast room are so beautiful! 5. room is very comfortable! 6. Spa, sauna are excellent!!! I love it. 7. Friendly staff!!! Super!