See why so many travellers make Grand Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Bishkek. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Bishkek's most popular landmarks, such as Monument to Baatyr Kaba Uulu Kozhomkul (0.7 mi) and Chelsea (0.7 mi), Grand Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to room service and a concierge while staying at Grand Hotel. In addition, Grand Hotel offers a fitness center and a lounge, which will help make your Bishkek trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Vinoteka, Coffee Shop Bublik, and "Bella Italia" Restaurant chef Walter Barbaresi Bishkek, all of which are a short distance from Grand Hotel.
Best of all, Grand Hotel makes it easy to experience many great Bishkek attractions like Monument to Manas the Great, Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom, and Monument to Chingiz Aitmatov, which are some popular monuments and statues.
At Grand Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Bishkek.
This is strong local hotel in a good location. We had a large room on the first floor at the front of the hotel. Twin beds which were comfortable and an en suite shower room with a hot water boiler in the room - made a strange noise but didn't stop me sleeping! Reception staff were helpful and friendly. Best thing about the hotel is the small courtyard garden at the back, lovely for a shady sit. Breakfast buffet has something for western and local tastes - enjoyed home made jam and cakes. Bananas and boiled eggs to fill you up! Location of the hotel is great. There is a small supermarket across the road and up a bit. A pub is on the same side of road one block up. You can walk into the city from here. We also walked to the market too. A good base from which to explore Bishkek and from which to see more of the country.…
I spent the first day of my trip at the Grand then the last night of my Kyrg trip at the Grand. I was truly pleased with the hotel and staff. The rooms were both quite elegant and large. Breakfast was provided free of any extra cost. Staff spoke good English and were very pleasant and helpful.Price made this an extremely good value.
Stayed here for three nights as part of a group tour. Even though the decor is not to everyone’s taste, the rooms were spacious and had everything we needed. The reception was informative and friendly. The breakfast was very random (pasta, chips, fruit, juice, cake, vegetables and other things), but it catered for all. I wouldn’t have an issue recommending this to others.
It's Kyrgyz four stars, but would be a three style elsewhere. Still, it's one of the best hotels you'll find in Bishkek - AC, ample breakfast, super clean rooms, comfortable beds, english speaking staff. It's not too close to the centre but a short walking distance and there is a shop nearby so it's a very good option if you're looking for a high-end type of accomodation.
The hotel was situated a bit outside the city centre (10 min). The staff was very friendly and would give all the help and explenations a tourist would need. Breakfast was very good! Good hotel were i would like to go back to.
We arrived in the early morning around 4 am and we could book an early check-in and extra breakfast so we could have some rest before starting to explore the city. Bishkek can be visited on foot from the premises of the hotel, but staff will be helpful to order an honest taxidriver if you want to go to places further afield. There are also bus stops in the area if you like to discover the city using public transportation. Breakfast had a wide selection of western and oriental dishes, both warm, sweets and salads, with enough choice for vegetarians. There is a small courtyard where you can sit outside.
Spent 4nites at grand hotel at recent group of friends tour to Bishkek. They claim 4star but actually 3 with a stand alone two stories building. Reception area is very good well decorated and clean with sufficient sitting space. They have 8rooms at ground level that is in garden area where one can sit relax and smoke. Room is satisfactory with big bed side table sofa and Almirah. It seems bit conjected. Bath is OK but shower broken in my case. Staff is nice cordial English speaking. Best thing is their breakfast spread where you have many stuff oats cornflakes rice bakery items bread fresh fruits etc. It is nice to have sumptuous breakfast every morning. One point worth mentioning that they charge u USD20 if a lady visitor comes to your room.
Great location just 5 minutes walk to the city centre. Also very nice garden in the hotel. The staff are friendly. Good buffet breakfast included. The room we booked was comfy but street side a bit noisy. Highly recommend if you want to stay city centre
Booked this property as a transit option for 1 night on my way from Almaty to Karakol. The area definitely wasn't the nicest in the world. The hotel building didn't look attractive at all from the outside. However, once you get inside the impression is completely different. Lobby was very modern and pretty stylish. Check-in was very fast. I didn't have to fill in any boring forms and receptionist only took a copy of my passport. I have also found out that my room was unavailable but I've got a free upgrade to a higher category one straight away. The room was really spacious, clean and comfy with a king size bed. The door locks were these old fashioned ones requiring metal keys instead of cards. Bathroom could be a bit bigger but for 1 night it wasn't a mega deal really. Breakfast was pretty good, food selection quite modest but as long as it was included in the room price it was ok. In general, my impressions of this property are rather positive and I'll stay there again during my next trip to Bishkek.…
Booked for one night prior to starting a tour. Location is at least 10 mins to the main thoroughfare of Manaus street and the Bishkek Park shopping centre. Easy to navigate during the day but slightly hazardous at night (but street lighting isn't Bishkek's forte). Rooms are adequate if a bit old. Roomy enough. Breakfast average.