Tiraspol hotels, pensions
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Web info: We can offer you basic accommodation in Tiraspol downtowm. Our flat has 2 rooms and may accommodate 3 to 5 persons freely and extra 2 on the floor. Flat is located in the very centre of Tiraspol with a great view on the 25 October Street, on the river Dniestr, Central Square, River Park.
Leif’s take: I’ve stayed here. It was pretty great, all things considered.
Web info: Basic accommodation in Tiraspol downtown. Windows face the mains square of Tiraspol and the monument of Suvorov.Note, that you need an invitation letter to stay in Transdniestr for more than 10 hours. The hostess of the flat can get one for you, but should be contacted a week prior to your arrival. DO NOT MAKE THE BOOKING WITHOUT THE INVITATION LETTER!!!
Leif’s take: I’m pretty sure the invitation letter is no longer necessary. Though this can change at any time.
Tel. +373 (0) 533 34 266
ulitsa 25 Oktober 116
There are several dozen categories of rooms on offer at this massive place that has hopefully seen better days. Some have hot water, TV, fridge, larger beds, private bath or shower. The atmosphere is rather dour but the rooms are fine and the staff are the most pleasant in town (which isn’t saying much).
Tel. +373 (0) 533 37 174 or +373 (0) 533 77 688
pereulok Naberezhnyi 3
It looks semi-derelict on the outside, but the rooms are surprisingly nice all things considered. More expensive rooms have luxuries such as hot water, private toilet and TV.
Tel. +373 (0) 533 36 442
ulitsa K Liebknechta 395A
This is the fanciest place in town. An ultra-modern, small hotel geared to businessmen and presumably foreigners (there’s a business centre next-door). Rooms are large, but plain and sparingly furnished. Some have spa baths. There’s a framed portrait behind the check-in desk is of President Igor Smirnov, whose pals are probably the hotels main customers.