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Reviewed 8 November 2018

Not luxury hotel. But if you don't mind to stay cheaper place located in the city center, would be fine.
It is located Students' street, you could walk to Main Square 2 blocks, and many different restaurants around.

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Bold-Erdene
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Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel both before and after a group tour.
The rooms and facilites vary wildly.
For our 1st stay we had room 200. It's huge and is actually a triple room with 2 seperate rooms, plus the bathroom and a hallway. There is basically loungeroom furniture in the single room - lots of cupboards that you'll never use, a rundown couch and coffee table.
The hotel staff advise you to run the water for 20 minutes to get a hot shower....there is NO hot water, and being from Australia, it's all just a terrible waste of water. The bathroom is old and the grout mouldy. The doublle bed is not level and during the night you will roll onto the middle. That said the sheets were clean. Breakfast is a bit hit and miss. Its meant to be available from 7:30am, but there is a good chance that it isn't ready at that time
Staff try to be helpful, but it's a rundown Soviet style hotel that has seen better days. There are better options in UB for less money and way better facilites.

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Miss_MollyA
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Reviewed 11 December 2017

There were some aspects that made it average (3) and some that made it poor (2). Make sure you get a super good deal or it won't be worth it, and go in with the expectation that it's nothing special, and you'll probably be OK with it.

I was lucky. My clerk at check-in spoke English. (And then there was the check-out process . . . not so lucky.) They had a man to carry the luggage upstairs (and back down when I left).

"Suite" was quaint. Chairs look like they're cushioned, but don't sit down expecting them to be. Visual issues with trim, floorboards, etc., but if you don't pay a lot, you can more easily overlook these. Internet worked for me, except for a spell one evening. TV didn't work.

The bathroom . . . there's a sign that warns it may take up to 10 minutes for the water to heat up. I prepared for that and had hot water in around 2 minutes. Plenty of counter space. Sufficient shower/tub area. A number of stains, but still clean.

An uncovered outlet in the bedroom. I couldn't figure out how to regulate the heat so used only a sheet as the night progressed. Mattress was not too hard, and not too soft, but definitely firm.

As long as other visitors are considerate, it's fine. However, if you have downstairs neighbors who want to sing along to something (on your last night, in particular), at the top of their voices, it will keep you awake. And annoy you . . . if they stop, you get to sleep once more, then 15-45 minutes later one bellows out the first few lines of the song again . . .and again . . .and again. With no such neighbors, you'll only hear the hallway traffic and probably sleep well.

Location is not right by the Square, but it's not far away, making for an easy walk. Plenty of small, 'neighborhood' places to eat that are incredibly low in price. In another direction you have the nicer bars and restaurants, not all that far away.

Based on the city and other hotel prices, aim for $40 or less, and you won't be (too) bummed. But, you get what you pay for (at that price)! If you get stuck with $50 or more, it probably won't be worth it. (But, as we all know, there are many factors that don't always give us the rate we want!)

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

Ok, this isn't your top end hotel. I stayed here 4 years ago and it's improved. Still has a decent breakfast... eggs, vegetables, yogurt, coffee... The beds are better, more rooms have hot water for showers. Several good restaurants are nearby and the area is safe to explore and close to Sukhbaatar Square and Peace Avenue with most of the shopping. My rooms have always been clean, sometimes there are issues, but knowing how much they've improved and how difficult it is to improve things in UB (getting the things you need to fix stuff... this ISN'T Seattle!) I found this gave me a teeny taste of local life...

Room tip: If you want quiet, ask to be away from University side of the hotel. The hotel is four stories and has no elevator.
Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank Gurgi89
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Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

I regret staying at the Zaluuchuud Hotel.

I found rooms to be unclean, there were dead flies on the windowsills and the bed wasn't pristine either. I stayed in July and found the rooms very hot. On the booking form there was mention of a fan, but in actuality there were none.

At first I was put on the second floor. There was slight noise from the road but it paled in comparison to the disco music blaring from next door. This went on until around 3 oclock when I was moved to the fouth floor. The room was much bigger and a lot quieter, however like the first room, not exactly clean, still hot and there was a slight smell of sewerage.

Given the price of the rooms I left very disappointed as this hotel didn't come close to justifying its price.

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank mrleejp
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