+7 (924) 241 39 75Posetskaya St., 48, Vladivostok
Here on the shore of the Sea of Japan is a city with a special destiny — Vladivostok. It is the last free port in Russia, and it is where the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway comes to its end. This is a city that was transformed into a fortress at the beginning of the Russo-Japanese War, and now, in the 21st century, the city is the economic and cultural capital of the Far East. Standing in the center of the city, surrounded by its many hills looking out over the bay, it’s easy to see that Vladivostok is a bridge to the future.
The city center is a special place. Here you can see buildings from previous centuries, practically untouched since they were built, each with its own incredible story. In one of these buildings, nestled into the very heart of Vladivostok at the corner of Svetlanskaya and Posetskaya Streets, is located what was once the apartment home of one of the city’s founders, the architect Ivan Meshkov. It is in this very building where our cozy hostel is situated, with beautiful views over the Golden Horn Bridge, the central square and the main harbor, the highest point of the city, Eagle’s Hill, and Svetlanskaya Street stretching out into the distance.
From the hostel to the main city square is just 400 meters; to the harbor — 300 meters; to the ancient alleys of Chinatown — 200 meters; the fortresses on Russian Island are 26 kilometers away by bridge, 42 minutes by ferry; and the mystical mountains of Pidan are just 350 kilometers away.
We cater to the needs of all types of travelers, offering three 4-bed common rooms (female, male, and mixed), one single room and two family rooms with raised double beds and sofas. Follow the news on our site where you will find frequent discounts which can significantly lower the cost of your stay. Our hostel offers fast free wifi, a spacious kitchen with all the necessities, assistance with different excursions as well as regularly scheduled artistic evenings.
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