Bakhchysaray hotel has nothing common compering to western hotels. Moreover, it is even more ugly than most hostels in the Western Europe. Everything in the hotel was really old - including all fernitures in the room. We had a better room than a standard one becasue it was with a bathroom. However, it means only that there was a possibility to use a toilet and there was also a sink inside. There was no shower or bath. We had to use showers outside the room and it was on a different floor.
The room itself was terrible. There were three beds, the old desk and a wordrobe. We didn't open it as we were scared what we could expect inside. The curtins covered only a half of the window. There were wires in the ceiling everywere in the room.
This is definitely the place to stay for a maximum one night and only if you have no better choice. We decided to stay here as it had a good location and we had only one day to see all attractions.
The staff don't speak English, you cannot pay by credit card and the price is around 10 - 15 Euro per person.:%
Small, homely, very cozy hotel situated in the old town on the high hill just near famous Bakhchysaray Sphinxs. The hotel is running by Diliara and Reza such a way that you feel as dear guests, not just tenants. We liked our stay there, and, by the way, Andrey said that his bed at Diliara's was the best one during our travel around Crimea.
Bakhchysaray Sphinxs - an excellent idea for midday climbing or evening walk.
It was a long walk up the hill, about 1,5 km from Khans palace. They hardly speak any English and start yelling at you when you don't understand them. They have a small swimmingpool which is closed most of the time, we don't know why.
They are doing a lot of renovation at this moment, they start early in the morning when you are still sleeping with a lot of noice.
Long walk up hill. No English speaking, closed swimmingpool. No hot water, although they said so.
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