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Hotel Dom Lesnika has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, garden, a bar and shared lounge in Sosnovka. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi. At the hotel, rooms have a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. A buffet breakfast is available each morning at Hotel Dom Lesnika. The accommodation offers a children's playground. The area is popular for hiking and cycling, and bike hire is available at Hotel Dom Lesnika. The nearest airport is Khrabrovo, 72 km from the hotel, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
Pros: Very helpfull and kind staff:) Very good place to stay.
Pros: The eggs were all excellent, salads natural and tasty and fresh and without terrible dressings à la 1000 islands, very good good beer from Czecho-Slovakia, the beds very comfy, the staff very nice, friendly and tolerant with our very poor Russian. What we liked best, was that we didn't have to go to a "downtown" hotel in Königsberg. A moment of barking, a wedding party on a weekend, a quiet breakfast- or dining-room with only two or three other parties (and no audience for you to show off) is a paradise compared to some places in the (smelly, noisy, restless, . . . ) cities !!!
Cons: Nothing. The only thing that might worry me: As the place is somewhat "out in the sticks" and people don't stumble over it if they don't know it and therefore need mouth-to-mouth propaganda, Dom Lesnika might want to assure its continuing and prospering success by compromising just a little with some of the business' practices, like early breakfasts, continuous presence of one attendant at all times, always a choice of dishes even if it's only a slight variation including some local / Russian dishes like pirogi or finely cut chives for a sandwich . . . . And for my personal taste: Italian, or Italian-influenced, coffees may be o. k., but my stomach doesn't tolerate it: I need straight "Filterkaffee" as in the США, Canada and some "enduring" parts of Germany.