Finding an ideal hotel in Pskov does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Rijskaya Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Rijskaya Hotel offer a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Guests of Rijskaya Hotel are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While staying at Rijskaya Hotel, visitors can check out Monument to Saint Equal-to-the-Apostles Princess Olga (0.8 mi) and Pokrova and Rozhdestva ot Proloma Church (1.3 mi), some of Pskov's top attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Wasabi and Grafin, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Pskov is also home to Kremlin Prikaznye Palaty, a popular government building that is not too far from Rijskaya Hotel.
Rijskaya Hotel puts the best of Pskov at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stayed for New Year period, including Gala dinner in hotel restaurant. Very overage hotel, but for Pskov was decent enough. Tiny single room, tiny bed, just for 2-3 days staying. Sadly to say but window in my room were loosely sealed, so there were the holes though wich passed the air. Taking into account winter temperature there is no need to comment further. There is nothing to say more about the room. The good thing that on the every floor you can find water supply machine so there were not probs with fresh water. Gala dinner was unexpectedly awesome! We had a blast! Whole programm including food...there was nothing of culinary delights or sophisticated meal, simple set of standart meal but fresh, natural and delisious..decent size of portions. Bottle of Shampine or vodka.... Acting team worked admirably, providng us with a holiday cheer, nice impressions of the hotel in spite of little shades.…
There is no much of a choice in a region. This one is not worth or better, just a normal place to stay during your visit. We where on the way to Pechora, the famous monastery, and we decided it's better to rest in Pskov in the way, that's it.
Old style building with housekeeping personal on each hotel floor with 24 hrs shift. Kind of weird, but common for Soviet style. You will get the breakfast voucher which is required when you go for breakfast (food is good). Rooms are clean, solid beds, old furniture, huge refrigerator, really small bathroom. WI-FI speed was good enough. If you feel free to try some old time experience than it is nice place to stay.
A basic but clean hotel. I had originally planned to stay two nights but then decided to stay only one because I realized I could on to Stary Izbork and Pechory and from there onto Estonia without having to backtrack. They were kind enough to refund my money for the unused night. There is free wifi as well as a tv in the room and the staff is certainly pleasant enough. There is a woman on each floor who gives you your key but she was ok with letting me take my key with me when I went out. Although Lonely Planet says that registration is 50 rubles, it is now free. I ate dinner in the restaurant as I arrived in the evening and the food was good and reasonably priced. Reception called a taxi for me to take me to the bus station when I was leaving. A good option in Pskov and if I were to visit again, I would stay here.…
I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in September, 2011. I was given a very small single room with a tiny bed and a unit bath. Hot water runs okay. No hair dryer, no shampoo or shower gel. They only give you a small solid soap. That's it. No slippers, no bathrobe. No safe box in the hotel room. No baggage storage service at the front desk before/after check-in/out. I learned that the room rate was actually 1,700 rubles per night, but I paid 5,085 rubles because I booked the room through a travel agency. Breakfast is very basic, I wouldn't say tasty. But I have no complaints and will stay there again. It's close to the bus stop and you can travel anywhere by bus. They have no early-check in policy, so I had to pay for another night to check in at 5:30AM.
I was for a long weekend in Pskov and the agency recommended Rizhskaya hotel. It is an old Soviet hotel which was recently renovated and seems to be in ok shape. The hotel is very big, thus I there are always rooms available. I was there in high season and had last minute booking. The price for a single was approx. 50 USD per night with breakfast, which I thought was fair enough. Location is good - approximately 15-20 minute walk to the Old Town. It was a pleasant stroll across the bridge with very nice views of town (many churches, the monastery and of course the Kremlin). Since I was there over the weekend, I happened to see fireworks every night of my stay from my room window - added some romantic touch to Pskov town overall. The breakfast was good in my opinion: both hot and cold options; nice milk products (Pskov has a good milk production); the vegetables were not the best; the pancakes were good and I liked that they served jams from local berries - lovely. The staff was ok; there is a lady on each floor who takes your key every time you are leaving the hotel and then hands it back to you - this is a "normal" procedure for Soviet hotels in the past but I thought it was a bit obsolete and would be better if reception would handle this directly. Overall - enjoyed my stay and would recomemmend it for a visit to Pskov.…
This hotel is very closer to Pskov centre and very easy to get there from Estonia border. Rooms are available every time and the prices are very nice. I stayed there too many times because of the prices and very easy coming. Different rooms, I prefer luxury single. The real russian provincial breakfast, but service is better. Clean rooms, towels. Very nice restorant on the first floor. The re is a parking area with security. There was no wifi last time I have the accomondation. So if your target is to spend 1-2 nights it is ok and cheap for such room.
I am a Canadian and I have travelled most of the globe, have stayed at many hotels. After reading some negative reviews, I decided to take a chance on the Rizhskaya Hotel anyway. Well, was I pleasantly surprised. I got a great room overlooking the park and the statue of Olga (founder of Pskov). The room was neat and clean as any 3 star western hotel. It was great to have a service-lady(security) at the entrance of my floor,she gave me comfort since I kept expensive camera gear in my room. The staff was very helpful and polite. My laundry was done in hours. The food in the restaurant was very good, especially the sudak (walleye fish). I forgot to mention that I speak a bit of Russian which probably helped me to communicate with the hotel staff. .
We were in Russia on a church-sponsored exchange. The hotel had comfortable if simple accomodations. There was hot water in the shower and the toilets flushed each and every time. The television was spotty at best, but I don't speak Russian, either, so it was no great loss! It's the old Intourist property in Pskov. There is a neat park directly in front of the building and it was fun to watch people wandering around and families playing in the square. The hotel food was filling. Note that there doesn't seem to be a lot of extra cutlery or coffee cups, so be sure to keep them at your place until you're done. There was a little shop in the lobby that had luxuries like chocolates and cigarettes, toiletries and whatnot. Within a block, across the street on the Prospect, closer to the university, is a grocery store and an internet cafe is another couple of buildings down. I think we paid 50PP for 30 minutes' access. Be sure to get out of town and head over by Petchory to see the monastery there. The roads are tough, but it's worth the journey. Inexpensive meals can be had at the cafeteria by the University square. There's a 31 Flavors ice cream stand there as well, just beside the Kremlin. In short, you're not in a western European city--Pskov is the administrative capital of the Oblast, with approximately 200,000 people. It's a fascinating place and the central market is a lot of fun to visit. Reminder to western Europeans and North Americans: do not drink or brush teeth with the tap water. Not fancy, but it was fine.…
The staff were rude, insolent and clearly had better things to be worrying about than customer service. If you can't speak any Russian then I would strongly advise against staying here. We were forced to pay an additional booking fee for making a telephone booking which was not explained in advance but clearly delighted the receptionist. There is no baggage storage facility. The room was cold and drafty and the beds uncomfortable. The room looked out onto a dumping ground where unwanted furniture formed a huge pile. On the plus side, it's quite cheap and a short walk to the Kremlin. The attached hotel is over-priced but serves reasonable food.