Where to Stay in Vladimir
Where to stay in Vladimir
The prices for foreigners are the same as for Russians, but some hotels have the rule, that they can accommodate a foreigner only for 1-2 nights. If you need to stay longer, you or the organisation that invites you need to send a special request to the hotel. This is a typical rule of Russian provincial towns and is a bureaucratic atavism.
It is strongly recommended to book about 1 week in advance during summer. If you arrived without booking anyway, and everybody says that there's no space, try to push: say you don't have a place to sleep, offer money, ask if you can stay in the lobby etc. Some hotels (like 'Vladimir') have booked rooms, where nobody lives for some reason.
Ok, so this one is might be a little bit old school, interior not that stylish but it is very close to the center and to the train station.