Hotels Near Khutorok In Yakutsk

3.5/55 Reviews
0.72km from Khutorok
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Randevu offers accommodation in the centre of Yakutsk, just across the road from the National Library of Sakha Republic and 450 metres from Lenina square. Free private parking is available.Each room features a flat-screen TV with cable channel. The private bathrooms are equipped with slippers, hairdryer, bathrobes and free toiletries. Some bathrooms feature a hot tub.Guests can enjoy the 24-hour on-site restaurant or chose one of the off-site dining options. Tuymaada shopping centre with its cafes and restaurants is within a 7-minute walk of the inn.The nearest airport is Yakutsk Airport, under a 25-minute drive from Randevu.
FromUS$58
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.87km from Khutorok
This hotel is located in the centre of Yakutsk, just a 2-minute walk from the Lenina Square. An indoor pool, a spa centre and free Wi-Fi are featured at Hotel Polar Star.The elegant, air-conditioned rooms are decorated in warm, pastel colours and offer classic-style interiors. Each room comes with a TV, a minibar and a private bathroom with bathrobes and a hairdryer.Polar Star Restaurant serves European cuisine, and guests can also dine at the on-site pizzeria. A variety of drinks is offered at the 24-hour lobby bar.The Pushkin Drama Theatre is a minute’s walk from the hotel, and the historic Old Town is 200 metres away.A bus stop, providing access to all the city’s districts, is 50 metres from Hotel Polar Star. Yakutsk Airport is 7 km away.
FromUS$74
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.03km from Khutorok
I stayed 2 nights at the Tygyn Darkhan at the beginning of a road trip down the Kolyma Highway to Magadan and it served my needs well with just a few mis-steps. Having flown overnight from Moscow on a fairly uncomfortable flight and then had to call up a local agent about a forgotten airport pick up it was lovely to be warmly greeted by the English speaking receptionist who immediately checked me in in spite of it being many hours before the official check in time. She even gave me a voucher and insisted that I head straight to the breakfast room where there was 30 minutes to go before the meal finished. What she neglected to tell me was that the early check in and breakfast came at a fairly substantial cost that was only apparent when I checked out and later discovered an unknown charge of US$42 on the final receipt. If she had asked I would probably have gladly paid that amount for coffee, a hot shower and somewhere to sit down but it would have been nice to have been asked. My room was very good with separate living room and bedroom. It had very high ceilings providing a spacious feel. The bedroom had single beds pushed together and made up as a very comfortable queen. The living room had a desk, sofa, 2 chairs, fridge and kettle with tea making stuff. There were flat screen TVs in both rooms and big windows providing lots of light. That may have been more welcome in the short daylight hours of winter rather than at the 3.30am sunrise of July but it beats a dark room hands down at any time of year. The bathroom was pretty standard with a shower over a tub and great water pressure but the hot water was a bit capricious alternating hot and tepid at a cycle all its own. The toweling robe was a nice and useful touch. There was excellent in room wifi with a stable and fast connection that was strong enough for video calls. My room and the hotel in general was very quiet through out the stay. Breakfast was pretty sub-par. Not many choices and only small amounts of those that were provided. There was only instant coffee. Overall, the Tygyn Darkhan is a good choice especially for English-speakers. Two receptionists spoke excellent English and were pro-actively helpful and the central location near the main square is good for most local amenities and attractions.
FromUS$52
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
1.27km from Khutorok
Good and good
FromUS$42
3.7/510 Reviews
1.27km from Khutorok
This very dated hotel (if you can call it that) is awful. The room we stayed in was totally dilapidated, with wallpaper literally hanging off the walls and furniture held together with sellotape. Breakfast in the Sherlock Holmes bar was shocking - nothing was edible from the very small selection of food. Had to go down to reception to ask for towels and toilet paper. Hotel from outside looks like an old office block. Give this a miss if at all possible.
FromUS$52
3.5/55 Reviews
1.59km from Khutorok
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Le Grand Mini - Hotel offers accommodation in Yakutsk. The inn has a sauna and indoor pool, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.Some units feature a private bathroom with a spa bath, while others have bath robes and free toiletries. Some rooms include a seating area where you can relax. A TV is offered.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.The nearest airport is Yakutsk Airport, 6 km from Le Grand Mini - Hotel.
FromUS$40
0/50 Reviews
2.17km from Khutorok
Business-hotel "Riviera", is located in the heart of the city of Yakutsk, in the elite 202nd district. Just 700 metres (five minute walk) from one of the Central squares of our capital - the square named after P. A. Oyunsky and literally a one minute walk from the picturesque embankment of the river Lena, in the vicinity of town beach and Victory square.The airport is about 6 km, and the car trip to the airport takes less than 20 minutes. For a surcharge Shuttle services. Also on request, guests can benefit from free Parking directly outside the hotel. And just 30 metres from the Business Riviera hotel is a bus stop, providing connections to all parts of the city. Chic restaurants "Kitagawa" and "Napoli" are literally two blocks from our hotel and to get to them, Guests need not more than one minute.Near the centre, rooms with exquisite interior and without fanfare – that is the main trend, which adheres to our hotel. It is a quality Business hotel in Yakutsk Riviera and knocks him into the lead, compared to other hotels of Yakutia. Quiet, calm, luxurious ambiance and tranquility near the bustling city center – that is the main task of the hotel.All rooms feature impeccable interior, attracts you with its comfort and luxury. Each room has a bathroom, where depending on class you'll shower, bath or a huge corner bath and toilet and bidet. Towels, bathrobes, as well as dental and toiletries are provided in each room of the hotel. All rooms have a microwave , all necessary utensils, as well as a flat-screen TV. There is free WI-FI and cable TV. And all this is our hotel in Yakutsk offers for a very affordable price. A cozy Business hotel in Yakutsk Riviera, you can stay in one of the types of rooms: STANDARD, SUPERIOR, Junior SUITE; STUDIO.
FromUS$53
0/50 Reviews
2.2km from Khutorok
The Norden (Norden) is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Norden (Norden) is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Yakutsk. From the hotel, Yakutsk Airport is just 5km away. With multiple attractions nearby including Museum of Military Glory, International Christian New Apostolic Church and Spiritual Center Muslim Religious Center, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.63km from Khutorok
Great hostel- nice, clean, quiet rooms, spacious clean bathrooms, and a big cozy kitchen where you can hang out and have tea or coffee whenever and meet other travellers. I was the only non-Russian speaker there, and the staff didn't speak any English, but they were all very friendly and welcoming (and we could always use google translate :) ). Other guests were also keen to chat when hanging out in the kitchen, especially after finding out that I wasn't Russian. It was a really nice, pleasant, relaxed place. There are no locks on doors and no lockers, but the place felt quite safe. Just take valuables with you or ask the front desk to hold them for you. Thank you for such a great stay, Hostel Rus!!!
FromUS$8
0/50 Reviews
2.85km from Khutorok
FromUS$28
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
3.43km from Khutorok
Sozvezdie offers accommodation in Yakutsk. Free private parking is available on site.Rooms include a flat-screen TV. All rooms include a private bathroom. Extras include bathrobes, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Sozvezdie features free WiFi .There is free shuttle service at the property.The nearest airport is Yakutsk Airport, 3 km from the property.
FromUS$42
2.5/512 Reviews
3.76km from Khutorok
Offering a sauna and free private parking, this hotel is located 10 minutes’ drive from Yakutsk city centre. It offers a 24-hour reception and rooms with a fridge.Each room at Rubin Hotel Complex is decorated in a classical style and includes carpeted floors. A hairdryer and a shower are provided in the bathrooms.Guests of Rubin can relax in a range of on-site saunas and steam baths, as well as cool off in the plunge pools. Billiards is also available.Yakutsk Bus Station is 20 minutes’ drive from Rubin Hotel Complex, while Yakutsk Airport is 10 km away.
FromUS$35

Hotels Near Khutorok In Yakutsk Review

5/511 Reviews
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FromUS$42
4.4/510 Reviews
Great hostel- nice, clean, quiet rooms, spacious clean bathrooms, and a big cozy kitchen where you can hang out and have tea or coffee whenever and meet other travellers. I was the only non-Russian speaker there, and the staff didn't speak any English, but they were all very friendly and welcoming (and we could always use google translate :) ). Other guests were also keen to chat when hanging out in the kitchen, especially after finding out that I wasn't Russian. It was a really nice, pleasant, relaxed place. There are no locks on doors and no lockers, but the place felt quite safe. Just take valuables with you or ask the front desk to hold them for you. Thank you for such a great stay, Hostel Rus!!!
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FromUS$8
4/510 Reviews
I stayed 2 nights at the Tygyn Darkhan at the beginning of a road trip down the Kolyma Highway to Magadan and it served my needs well with just a few mis-steps. Having flown overnight from Moscow on a fairly uncomfortable flight and then had to call up a local agent about a forgotten airport pick up it was lovely to be warmly greeted by the English speaking receptionist who immediately checked me in in spite of it being many hours before the official check in time. She even gave me a voucher and insisted that I head straight to the breakfast room where there was 30 minutes to go before the meal finished. What she neglected to tell me was that the early check in and breakfast came at a fairly substantial cost that was only apparent when I checked out and later discovered an unknown charge of US$42 on the final receipt. If she had asked I would probably have gladly paid that amount for coffee, a hot shower and somewhere to sit down but it would have been nice to have been asked. My room was very good with separate living room and bedroom. It had very high ceilings providing a spacious feel. The bedroom had single beds pushed together and made up as a very comfortable queen. The living room had a desk, sofa, 2 chairs, fridge and kettle with tea making stuff. There were flat screen TVs in both rooms and big windows providing lots of light. That may have been more welcome in the short daylight hours of winter rather than at the 3.30am sunrise of July but it beats a dark room hands down at any time of year. The bathroom was pretty standard with a shower over a tub and great water pressure but the hot water was a bit capricious alternating hot and tepid at a cycle all its own. The toweling robe was a nice and useful touch. There was excellent in room wifi with a stable and fast connection that was strong enough for video calls. My room and the hotel in general was very quiet through out the stay. Breakfast was pretty sub-par. Not many choices and only small amounts of those that were provided. There was only instant coffee. Overall, the Tygyn Darkhan is a good choice especially for English-speakers. Two receptionists spoke excellent English and were pro-actively helpful and the central location near the main square is good for most local amenities and attractions.
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FromUS$52
3.7/510 Reviews
This very dated hotel (if you can call it that) is awful. The room we stayed in was totally dilapidated, with wallpaper literally hanging off the walls and furniture held together with sellotape. Breakfast in the Sherlock Holmes bar was shocking - nothing was edible from the very small selection of food. Had to go down to reception to ask for towels and toilet paper. Hotel from outside looks like an old office block. Give this a miss if at all possible.
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5/511 Reviews
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FromUS$42
4/510 Reviews
I stayed 2 nights at the Tygyn Darkhan at the beginning of a road trip down the Kolyma Highway to Magadan and it served my needs well with just a few mis-steps. Having flown overnight from Moscow on a fairly uncomfortable flight and then had to call up a local agent about a forgotten airport pick up it was lovely to be warmly greeted by the English speaking receptionist who immediately checked me in in spite of it being many hours before the official check in time. She even gave me a voucher and insisted that I head straight to the breakfast room where there was 30 minutes to go before the meal finished. What she neglected to tell me was that the early check in and breakfast came at a fairly substantial cost that was only apparent when I checked out and later discovered an unknown charge of US$42 on the final receipt. If she had asked I would probably have gladly paid that amount for coffee, a hot shower and somewhere to sit down but it would have been nice to have been asked. My room was very good with separate living room and bedroom. It had very high ceilings providing a spacious feel. The bedroom had single beds pushed together and made up as a very comfortable queen. The living room had a desk, sofa, 2 chairs, fridge and kettle with tea making stuff. There were flat screen TVs in both rooms and big windows providing lots of light. That may have been more welcome in the short daylight hours of winter rather than at the 3.30am sunrise of July but it beats a dark room hands down at any time of year. The bathroom was pretty standard with a shower over a tub and great water pressure but the hot water was a bit capricious alternating hot and tepid at a cycle all its own. The toweling robe was a nice and useful touch. There was excellent in room wifi with a stable and fast connection that was strong enough for video calls. My room and the hotel in general was very quiet through out the stay. Breakfast was pretty sub-par. Not many choices and only small amounts of those that were provided. There was only instant coffee. Overall, the Tygyn Darkhan is a good choice especially for English-speakers. Two receptionists spoke excellent English and were pro-actively helpful and the central location near the main square is good for most local amenities and attractions.
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FromUS$52