The Hotel Kupechesky Dvor is a unique historical reconstruction of a Siberian estate owned by an Irkutsk lawyer, private attorney N.D. Krasilnikov. This house served as a hotel for wealthy merchants who came to the city for business. The hotel is well located in the 130th quarter of Irkutsk, which recreates the atmosphere of the wooden Siberian city of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. “Merchant’s Yard” is a bridge between the past and the future, since the interior of a wooden hotel that looks like a house of the 19th century meets the highest modern requirements. It offers the guests comfortable rooms with king size double beds, delicious breakfasts, free Wi-Fi, comfortable bathrooms with terry bathrobes and luxury cosmetics.
Every room has:
natural wood furniture (2 single beds, wardrobe, bedside table, work area, armchair).
dense partners provide relaxation even in the daytime
Smart LED TV with Internet access
kettle, tea pairs, tea / coffee
electronic lock system
set of 4 towels
terry bathrobe and slippers
individual cosmetic products (shampoo + conditioner, soap, shower gel, body milk, dental and shaving kits, comb, cotton pads, sticks).
The Hotel Kupechesky Dvor is externally an exact copy of the city estate of N. D. Krasilnikova. The lacy window trims of windows, carved details of the roof, and most importantly, the log house of a valuable tree species – Siberian pine, are pleasing to the eye. The Siberian pine from which the hotel is built is famous for the fact that, thanks to the optimal qualities of wood, it has long been used not only for the construction of houses, but also for the construction of ships. The hotel breathes very easily: pine cleans the air, saturating it with natural volatile. Pine wood has a beneficial effect on humans: it strengthens overall physical health and has a relaxing effect on the psyche.
The hotel is located on a hill, near the largest park in the city, a ten-minute walk from the embankment of the crystal clear Siberian Angara River. In the immediate vicinity is the Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and the Life-Giving Cross of the Lord, a striking example of Siberian baroque, built in 1747-1760. The ringing of bells that can be heard from the hotel windows takes you to the distant past of our city. The windows offer a picturesque view of the best examples of wooden architecture of Irkutsk. Within walking distance are the most important monuments of the city, the best cafes and restaurants, banks, gyms, spa salons, shopping centers, as well as the drama, music and theater of a young audience. In the 130th quarter you can visit the Museum of the Noosphere, an amazing place where they will show how fast the Sarma Baikal wind blows, how sand dunes form on Olkhon Island and how mirages appear on Lake Baikal. If you are interested in book novelties, you can have a cup of coffee in a bookstore and find the latest bestsellers, watch the work of blacksmiths and potters in the newly opened workshops, visit the art gallery, use the underground parking for 250 cars, take a walk in quiet squares. Not far from the hotel you will be greeted by a mythical bronze beast – Babr, a symbol of Irkutsk.