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Hotels in Minsk

Minsk is Belarus' largest city as well as its capital. Because the city was largely destroyed during the Second World War, little of the old city actually remains and it is not a major tourist destination in Europe. That being said, Minsk does have a fascinating if troubled history having been built almost entirely in the Soviet style of the postwar era. For those with an interest in Soviet and Cold War history, Minsk makes for an engrossing and unique trip.

As Belarus' commercial and political centre, there are plenty of hotels and other types of accommodation in Minsk. When looking for a place to stay, let Skyscanner's hotel search feature be your guide.

High-End Hotels

Despite its reputation for Soviet Era architecture and style, Minsk is home to a handful of high-end hotels where you can indulge in world-class amenities.

Hotel Europe is perhaps the most prestigious address in town. Located in the city centre and just steps from some of the most popular sites, such as the Holy Spirit Cathedral and the National Arts Museum, the Hotel Europe is ideal for touring Minsk. Rooms are opulently furnished with many looking out over the building's dramatic glass atrium. On-site amenities include a pool, fitness centre, Turkish bath, restaurant, bars, and WiFi.

President Hotel is also centrally located near the city's main train station. Its location opposite the presidential palace makes it a favourite for visiting foreign dignitaries. This is an opulently decorated hotel, with a swimming pool, sauna, spa, gym, billiards room, meeting rooms, and a restaurant serving fine Belorussian cuisine.

Mid-Range Hotels

Minsk can be a bargain for travellers coming from Western Europe and North America. Mid-range hotels in the Belorussian capital can be had for what one would usually expect to pay for budget accommodations elsewhere.

The Garni Hotel's historic exterior provides a welcome contrast to the usual Soviet and post-Cold War style that otherwise dominates Minsk. Rooms are also nicely decorated in a traditional fashion and the restaurant especially exudes an Old World atmosphere that is often lacking in the Belorussian capital. WiFi is fast and reliable, its central location is ideal, and the staff are extremely friendly.

Planeta Hotel is a large, modern hotel located in a quiet residential area just north of the city centre. The Great Patriotic War Museum is steps away and is definitely worth a visit. There is a restaurant and bar, four dining halls, Turkish baths, spa, and swimming pool. Each room is equipped with WiFi, flatscreen TV, and minibar.

Basic Hotels

If you really want to save a few extra dollar during your Minsk stay, then you may want to consider one these more basic offerings:

Sputnik Hotel is south of the city centre and just one metro stop from the Minsk Train Station. True to its name,  the rooms here retain something of a Soviet style to them despite also being fairly comfortable. Despite its low price, there are plenty of amenities onsite, including a billiards room, bar, restaurant, and Finnish sauna. For those flying to Minsk, there is an airport shuttle available.

While the decor at Hotel Yubileiny is a bit dated, the amenities are first rate. The conference facilities make this hotel ideal for business travellers, who can also enjoy the bowling alley and massage service. There is an airport shuttle for a surcharge and paid onsite parking for those renting a car whilst in Minsk.