Hotel Zvezda is the first of 2** certified hotels in the Republic of Belarus. Come experience our hospitality and relax in an atmosphere of quiet and warmth. The hotel is situated in suburban area, with the fresh air, far from the noisy highways and main traffic arteries, yet in only takes 15-20 min to reach the center of the city. There is metro station, "Petrovshina", a short distancefrom the hotel. Retail stores, supermarkets, and other attractions are within walking distance from the hotel.The hotel is conveniently located to the M1 and Minsk highway.
We have 93 luxurious rooms including where you will feel at home and able to relax:
Suit and business class two-rooms apartments
Economy rooms (one shower and two WC shared for two rooms)
Our reception desk and concierge provide one-stop service for you 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week. For payment we accept Belorussian rubles or credit card. Breakfast is not included in the room price, but guests receive a 10% discount and the average price of our breakfast is between 3 and 7 Euro's.
Included in your room price:
Cafe and bar, 24-hour security, luggage storage service, foreign exchange office (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday), free parking, and free Wi-Fi on-site.
I have visited Minsk now twice and both times I have stayed there Ok it isn't directly in the centre a short taxi or jump on the metro and your there, both of these are so cheap But the money you save my stopping there out-ways the expense of staying in the city It's great value for money and this doesn't affect the standard and cleanliness of the hotel The staff are very friendly and some speak good English I am going again September and will certainly be staying there again In my view your hotel is for sleeping The rest of the time your out visiting the city
I have stayed in Minsk in 2011. Was seeking place with good price and location ratio and don't regret that chosen Zvezda. It's an old building remade to hotel its located in quite district, not near the downtown and city center, there are parks, clubs and markets. Economy number is good enough but has a shared toilet, lux number looked worthy. Satisfied. Especially liked mini cafe on the first floor. I'd visit there again. Recommend.
I tried to book a room at this hotel. I filled in the booking form at their home page. There was no response. After some waiting, I sent an e-mail message to the e-mail address for booking. There was no response. After some waiting, I sent an e-mail message to the e-mail address for other questions. There was some response. After some waiting, I called them on the telephone. They told me that they do not bother to respond to booking requests if they don’t have an available room. Maybe it is normal for hotel managers to behave like this in Belarus. Where I come from, it is not, and would be seen as arrogant and rude. I will not disturb these people by trying to book a hotel room there again.
I felt the hotel was a great value, it's an older hotel, but very clean, the staff is friendly, rooms are serviced regularly and fairly spacious. It's outside the city center, but there is public transport within 3 minute walk. I had a nice experience here and would recommend to those who want to save money. A single room cost me $29 US.
The hotel is good for a short stay. We lived on 11th floor in a One-room business class. The room is renovated and fully equipped. Its bathroom is rather clean with lots of towels. They provide a piece of soap, shampoo. Cost - 55 euros per 2 pax. Breakfast is extra paid. It is located in the residential area and it takes about 15 min to get to the city center by bus.
Of course if you go to a 2-star hotel, u can't expect to get a 5-star room or service there. I booked there a single room for my guest because all rooms at other hotels (with available prices I mean) were occupied. I can't say I was horrified but still some things can be better even in a 2-star hotel. First of all, it's a very old hotel, especially the external interface and corridors. There was some 'face-lift' done, but not everywhere. The room had a shared bathroom/toilet (1 for 2 rooms). it was very old (the bath, the sink, the doors, the tap) and not neatly equipped. Secondly, they could do something with the balcons. The room had a balcon but the door was closed. At the same time I have to say that the room itself was quite ok (if u have no other place to stay), quite clean. The receptionist is a nice lady and speaks English. Located far from the city centre.…
As all other Minsk hotels were full due to (communist party ?) congresses I opted for this low-graded far-from-the-centre soviet style hotel. Somewhere I read the building looks like it was taken straight from the centre of Mogadishu and that is correct, especially since similar buldings around this hotel look much nicer. Inside it much better, nice reception folks, english spoken and a wide range of rooms, varying from old style bathroom/toilet sharing with your neighbour ones to small suites. Prices vary from 20 EUR single to 60 EUR double suite. The restarurant (café) is a noisy affair with mediocre service and reasonable food, but it has free WiFi. Bus 81 brings you to the centre in 20 minutes for about 0,15 EUR (BYR 600), you can pay the driver directly.