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Loved the feel of this place, check in was easy, always someone who spoke good English, they arranged for airport pick ip and drop off which went smoothly, breakfast was great in a really interesting room, wouldn't decorate my house in this style but pretty. I found the hotel well priced so treated myself to the suite - lovely and cheaper than most hotel rooms in Europe. place was clean and comfortable and easy to get around from - would recommend.
When you find yourself in Tomsk (as you do) there is an inevitability about ending up at the Magistrat. I really quite enjoyed the hotel, certainly more than several I've stayed in in Moscow, for example. It feels very small, and is generally in good condition, with friendly staff. There is a lot of marble. A huge amount. The room was nice and big, but without the 'size is the only important thing' feel that some Russian hotels give you. The restaurant (which has a bear theme) did an excellent breakfast. The downside is that there is no lift - so far from ideal if you are not able bodied. Positives + Marble + Breakfast + Nice rooms + Friendly staff Negatives - No lift - Wifi was a bit unstable
A really good experience here, arrived at 8am, and was able to take an early check-in. Rooms very comfortable, with good fast Wi-fi connection. Breakfast was good, my only complaint was that the breakfast room was very hot! Staff all very helpful, especially when I needed by hotel bill to have my company name and address listed in English text. Priced on the high side for the area, but well worth the money. Also to note there is no lift for guests, only luggage. The Bell boy was very helpful with the bags for my group.
We stayed here for two nights. Rooms, facilities, beds and staff are quite okay. Hotel has nice historic atmosphere. Breakfast is served, no buffet, but with eggs and broad choice. It's served in the special restaurant Parmezan. If you sleep at front sight, it can be a bit noisy, because of traffic and other noises. Prices for the rooms are at the higher levels for Tomsk.
I really liked this hotel, I had a good time and a good room, and it is the premier hotel in Tomsk, but even though it is **** and thus doesn't have provide five-star features (in parts it does), it is "only" 4 out of 5 points for me. My room was large, very well furnished, and pleasant, but there a few features that just do not allow a higher rating. No elevator is fine with me (I was on the top floor) because is so quirky, and they have both very good and prompt bellboys and a luggage lift. But a few small negatives: - I know that east of Warsaw, wedding parties need to be really loud, and they did finish one when I was there at 11pm, and hotels need those to make money, but droning pop music from the ground floor that made the walls shiver on the 3rd floor for maybe 8 hours is just not nice. - On departure day, I ordered room service breakfast because it was early; I checked whether this would work with hanging the menu card outside on the doorknob; I did; the breakfast never came. - The hotel has neither gym nor pool; it doesn't have to, but I just like some place for exercise. - The TV has only one non-Russian channel, BBC News (especially odd in the current political situation). And this is a hotel that is explicitly bilingual and targets the English-speaking guest. The bed however was excellent and the linen great; temperature (AC/heat) was good (key for Siberia); the location is simply the best in town; I enjoyed the breakfast (limited "spread" but generally fine quality); I had an expensive but excellent dinner in the restaurant as well (one waiter spoke extremely little English, but that I think is my problem, not his); wifi was free as it should be, and so on. The maintenance staff was outstanding; the only reason for 4/5 points for cleanliness is the partially soiled and (cigarette?-)damaged soft furniture in the room. Practical hint: If you go out of the hotel, turn left, cross the square's corner in front of the orange-white Cathedral, and walk now that side of the square (the hotel is in your back, Lenin on your left, where he probably belongs), you will get to one of the better shopping streets in Tomsk, with a very good supermarket on the other side of the street after some meters (in a historic brick house with a green-domed turret), souvenir shops, and the like. There are two competitor hotels in town (Bon Apart and Gogol?), where many of my conference colleagues stayed; comparing stories, I would choose Magistrat again.