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Hotel Allows Tourists To Take Beds Away
16.05.2013 17:04
Hotel Allows Tourists To Take Beds Away

One-of-the-kind art-eco-hotel, made of wood by local handy men, operates in Biysk city in Altai. The guests can acquire any object they liked, whether it is an old-world lamp made of elm, a towel with cross stitch or even a bed. The hotel rooms are located on three floors. Besides, at the entrance of the hotel facilities there is a small shop of Altai souvenirs.


At the present moment, only the first floor is ready to accept tourists, whereas the second floor will be opened for visitors in the middle of the month, and the third floor will start operating in the beginning of the tourist season in summer. In spite of the stylistics and environmental compatibility, the new hotel has all modern technologies and conveniences.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Altai Russian hotels Travel   

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