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Rubin Hotel

85 Chekhov Street,Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk,RU,Russia
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A great hotel good value RichieAdams on 07/11/2016 22:52 25 Reviews

-hotel Rubin Is Located In The Center Of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk the So-Called Capital Of The Sakhalin Island. Hotel Rubin was Open On The 15th Of March-2003 And It Is One Of The hotel In The Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. At Your Service 32 comfortable Two-Room Lux With T

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85 Chekhov Street,Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk,RU,Russia

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Rubin Hotel

85 Chekhov Street,Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk,RU,Russia 0 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
Check Out 15:00

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-hotel Rubin Is Located In The Center Of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk the So-Called Capital Of The Sakhalin Island. Hotel Rubin was Open On The 15th Of March-2003 And It Is One Of The hotel In The Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. At Your Service 32 comfortable Two-Room Lux With T

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Rubin Hotel

85 Chekhov Street,Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk,RU,Russia
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#10 of 15 hotels in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Overall Rating 4Rating from 25 reviews
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What People are saying

A great hotel good value

RichieAdamson 07/11/2016 22:52

I have stayed here more than once for extended periods and found it a very comfortable all suite hotel. Reasonably clean and well maintained.

Good location with plenty of supermarkets around to purchase provisions and a bar dinner on site

Pleasantly Surprised

ICR46on 13/08/2016 08:50

Normally I would stay at hotel not to far away only because that's what I've always done. It was fully booked this time and I therefore decided on the Rubin. I've always wondered what it was like as the Mishka Pub has been a place I visit regularly during my trips for both a beer and food.
The Rubin hotel surprised me, the staff were friendly and the room (junior suite) was large with a separate bedroom off the open plan living/kitchen area. The room had everything I needed, plenty of space to hang clothing, good table to work at, nice sofa to relax on and all the utensils for cooking if that's your thing.
The Mishka Pub has always been good but I was pleased with the breakfast. It actually resembled a breakfast, unlike the stuff provided at the hotel round the corner.
My only negative comments regarding the Rubin are:
1. WiFi - I was on the third floor and it was poor at best but having spoken with reception a trial is underway for a new system.
2. Air Conditioning - This switched on in the room for the week I was there and set as low possible but it never reached the desired temperature. This is typical of most air conditioning I've come across in Russian hotels.
Would I stay here again? It will be first choice every time.

Nice Hotel near Work

Keng Hian Lon 18/05/2016 03:18

Stayed here before, it appears there has been some minor renovations to the room interior and gym. So the place looks nicer than before. Mishka Pub and the Reception looks the same.
The rooms are quite big with kitchen and separate living room and bedroom. So you can stay here quite awhile.
This is one of the few places where the staff attend to you with a smile. So feels warmer than other hotels in yuzhno sakahlainsk.
Take note Mishka pub stays open until 12 midnight but the kitchen closes at 10 pm.

Five night stay in Yuzhno

HoustonConsultanton 07/10/2015 04:17

With most of the other hotels booked, stayed at the Hotel Rubin for the first time.

By US standards, the hotel is not "posh" by any means, but it is perfectly functional and the location is fine.

I had a two-room "apartment" with two leather chairs and sofa in the living room, and a queen-sized bed and desk in the bedroom, and a small kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator, small oven, small stove-top, and sink. For a stay of anything more than a day or two, I much prefer having the small kitchen fridge and sink rather than a standard hotel room (even with a nicer standard room). The cost was about $85 USD per night.

There is a small grocery store around the corner to the left of the hotel and a larger grocery store in a strip center a block away to the right of the hotel. I stocked up on soft drinks, beer, snacks, and other things since I had the kitchen in my room.

The Mishka Pub in the hotel does room service to the guests, and it is generally decent food and remarkably cheap. I was jet lagged and craving comfort food, and the pizzas were not bad at all. A pizza and a plate of chicken wings was about $15 USD.

I was near the front desk on the first floor, and my internet was reliable but not fast.

Some have noted that the front desk staff were not overly friendly, but I had just the opposite experience, They were extremely helpful, spoke good English, and were always in a happy mood.

The staff taking orders and delivering room service were not overly friendly, but they were extremely fast with the food and accurate in filling the orders.

I stayed at the Mira Hotel on my last visit to the island, and the Mira is a "nicer" hotel, but I would rather stay at the Rubin with the bigger room and kitchen.