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This is a stunning hotel. It got nearly everything right. The rooms are spacious and had a wonderful view of the city and bay. There is a mini-bar, the de rigeur Russian electric tea pot, two bottles of free mineral water a day, and a fridge. The breakfast spread is beyond sumptuous, including smoked salmon.The Skybar Pacific Restaurant/Bar offers stunning views of the Golden Horn Bay and good food. There is also a Korean Restaurant, and the Rendezvous, where breakfast is served, serves throughout the day. Vladivostok is not a big city, and this hotel is within walking distance of most major attractions. An aside, Vladivostok is beautiful! Why, almost perfect? I wouldn't want to get caught in this hotel in a fire. These are NOT US standards of safety. They provide a rappelling device for you to use to scramble down the building in case of fire. Also, they were rather unaccommodating when I arrived at 6:30 AM from the train. They wouldn't let me eat breakfast, because I wasn't technically checked in (room not ready). Then, a few days later I left so early that I missed breakfast again. So in the end, I was cheated out of a breakfast.
Good size room with pleasing bathroom and amenities. Only thing missing from the tea/coffee making is milk. We ordered some from downstairs, which came in a glass (tricky to put into the coffee) with a 200 ruble fee. Luckily there were mini markets close by, so purchased a small carton for a fraction of the glass price. We had an excellent view over the bay from our front facing room. Breakfast was comprehensive and we could find plenty to satisfy our tastes, unlike the rest of the Eastern Russian tour.
We were advised that this was “the best hotel in town”. Good advice as otherwise one might have been critical. 12 story hotel of typical 5 star class, but considerably aged (by western stds). Quite comfortable with most things one would expect - even if you have to fiddle with the worn out power points to get them to work. Don’t plan on a quick swim in the hotel pool - unless you want to pay an extra $10 usd / swim :=o 4/5
It's arguably the nicest hotel in the city, up a bit of a hill but within 5 minutes walk of downtown. Rooms are clean, breakfast included which does the job and a surprisingly nice gym + 25 meter pool downstairs. Expensive compared to the rest of Vladivostok but not sure what people are expecting when staying here... it's nice enough, beds are clean and solid bathroom. Would stay again
No idea how this compares to other hotels in the city but come on everyone to give it 5 stars or to allude it is a five star hotel indicates you have done little travel. The clue is in the Wi-fi name - Lotte Intourist. Rooms are drab. Cheap brown furniture, speckled carpets of dubious cleanliness, brown walls. For some reason they spent money on electronic Japanese toilets. Breakfast is adequate but really nothing special. But if you need a bed for a night it works fine. Just don’t plan on a weeks’ holiday!
The hotel is lovely and in a good location. We were only there for one night after terminating a train trip in Vladivostok. The bed was very comfortable, but my room was very warm. I was told that the hotel is on central heating, and that the heating was not yet turned off. As we left for dinner, we were told that the engineer was working on it, and the air should b working by the time we returned. It was not, so I slept on top of the bed with the window open. Unfortunately, even with the window open, it did not cool down my room. The breakfast buffet was very nice - lots of wonderful breakfast selections. One of the people I was traveling with went to the pool hoping to take a swim, and he was told that he had to pay. It was a sizable sum - I can't remember how much right now, but I think it was about $20. He chose not to take the swim.
This is a classic 4 star hotel which is probably striving for a fifth star. It's in a good location and the public parts look as if they've been recently refurbished. Our room was spacious and very comfortable although quite warm. There's a bar on the 12th floor which offers lovely views of Vladivostok by night, so it's worth a visit.
Great location perched above the bay , close to local shops and walking distance of the places you want to see Very very comfortable Travelling solo feel v safe here too staff are so helpful Olaf in the fitness centre Olaf in the dining room showed me what Russian people eat for breakfast so I was able to try black grass, cream cheese, salted halibut, smoked and cured salmon , daikon and Kimcher ( Korean) all tasted amazingly good 20 m swimming pol well worth a visit as is the stream room, hot and cold tub ( separate favilutues for men and women )
This is probably the only genuine 5 star hotel in Vladivostok. It has been taken over by Lotte group from Hyundai. The room size is average. Breakfast is nice. There's a restaurent on upper floor from where you can have a panoramic view of the harbour as well as city. Vegetarian options are hardly there in the menu. Food is not that great here. Spa facilities are nice. Hotel is centrally located in the centre. Very near to main shopping area, victory square, train station and to the finest restaurents in the city.
I stayed at the Lotte Vladivostok for 2 nights last month. Location wise it's in the centre of the city, half an hours drive from the Airport and a 10 minute walk from the train station (up steep hills and the pavements are terrible so if you've got luggage a taxi is recommended!) Check in was quick and easy and the receptionist was very friendly. My room was very spacious and spotlessly clean with modern furnishings. There was everything I needed and more for my short stay- plenty of desk space, tea/coffee and a very well stocked mini bar. The bed was comfortable and the views over the Bay were amazing. The ensuite was in a league of its own, with the most complicated toilet I've ever seen (I think it had more knobs and whistles than my car!) and a fantastic shower. The sky bar on the top floor was very pleasant with great views and good food. Service was ofcouse excellent. All in all a brilliant hotel, a little more expensive than anything else in Vladivostok but certainly worth the price tag. I'll certainly stay here next time im in the area.
Vladivostok Central Square is a short stroll from LOTTE Hotel Vladivostok, and other popular attractions like Oceanarium Akvamir are within a mile (2 km). This 153-room, 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 3 restaurants, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
A flat-screen TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Other standard amenities include a minibar, an electric kettle, and free bottled water.
Guests staying at LOTTE Hotel Vladivostok enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for RUB 1700 per person one-way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with securing valuables, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.