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Kostroma (Russia) Hotels

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Golden Ring

Nizhnaya Debrya Str.104, Kostroma
Situated on the banks of the Volga River, the elegant Golden Ring hotel offers free Wi-Fi, and spacious accommodations with satellite TV and river views. Rooms and apartments at Golden have antique furnishings. Each bathroom has a bathrobe and luxury amenities.
Price from 40.4522 a day
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Azimut Hotel Kostroma

Magistralnaya Str.40, Kostroma

The AZIMUT Hotel Kostroma is located at the entrance to Kostroma, within 300 kilometers from Moscow. This is a small and cozy hotel that combines the advantages of high-quality service and reasonable prices. The hotel is situated in a picturesque location at the

Price from 35.9575 a day
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Snegurochka Hotel

Lagernaya Str.38, Kostroma
When moving in Kostroma, you will see Snegurochka Hotel from the bridge over Volga River. This hotel is a great option for guests and business people. Snegurochka Hotel has been welcoming guests from all over Russia and from 25 countries worldwide. The hotel has
Price from 29.9646 a day
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Volga Hotel

Yunosheskaya Ulitsa 1, Kostroma
This central hotel offers 2 Italian-style restaurants and a large terrace with panoramic views of Kostroma city and the River Volga. Ipatevsky Monastery is a 15-minute drive away. The non-smoking Hotel Volga provides rooms that include a bath,
Price from 23.9717 a day
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Shelestoff Hotel

Kommunarov Street 1, Kostroma
This hotel is located in the historic district of Kostroma. Shelestoff Hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a spa with a Russian sauna, Turkish steam bath and swimming pool. All rooms at Hotel Shelestoff are air-conditioned and feature soft colours and
Price from 34.4593 a day
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Business Hotel Kostroma

Ulitsa Pervogo Maya 24A, Kostroma
This 3-star hotel is located in Kostroma city centre, a 3-minute walk from the River Volga Waterfront. Business Hotel Kostroma offers free Wi-Fi and a small spa with sauna and hot tub. Business Hotel Kostroma is an elegant villa featuring classic-style that come with
Price from 37.4558 a day
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Premier Hotel

Magistralnaya Ulitsa 13, Kostroma
An indoor swimming pool with sauna and hot tub are offered at this 3-star hotel. Premier Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the River Volga and a 15-minute drive from Kostroma city centre. Rooms at the Premier Hotel feature classic décor and air conditioning.
Price from 37.4558 a day
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Hotel Samokovskaya

Samokovskaya Street 10A, Kostroma
A steam bath and free Wi-Fi are available at this new hotel in the south of Kostroma. Hotel Samokovskaya offers free parking and is just 700 metres from the Yaroslav Motorway. Rooms at the Hotel Samokovskaya Kostroma feature classic décor with carpeted floors. All
Price from 22.4735 a day
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Park Hotel Berendeevka

Lenina Street 150 V, Kostroma
Featuring free Wi-Fi and a traditionally decorated restaurant, this hotel is located in a green area in the northern part of Kostroma. It offers rooms with a flat-screen TV. All the rooms at Park Hotel Berendeevka include a country-style interior and a
Price from 22.4735 a day
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Boutique Hotel Ostrovskiy Prichal

Pervogo Maja Street 14, Kostroma
Formerly the Volga River pier, this boutique hotel is located in Kostroma city centre, 10 minutes’ walk from Susaninskaya Ploshchad. It offers a restaurant and rooms with a flat-screen TV. All rooms at Boutique Hotel Ostrovskiy Prichal come with bright
Price from 20.9752 a day
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Verba

Rabochiy Prospect 7, Kostroma
Featuring free Wi-Fi and a shared kitchen, this hotel is located in Kostroma central part. The Susaninskaya Ploshchad with the historic market Torgovye Ryady are 2 km away. Each room at Verba Hotel includes a classic style interior and a
Price from 17.9788 a day
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Hotel Troya

Street Nikitskaya 49B, Kostroma
This hotel is located in Kostroma and offers a Russian steam bath, a fitness centre and a solarium. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk are featured at Troya Hotel. The bright, air-conditioned rooms offer warm-coloured interiors and classic-style decor. Every room
Price from 19.477 a day
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Yabloneviy Sad

Osoaviakhima Street 6, Kostroma
Located 3 km from the historic centre of Kostroma and 400 metres from Ipatyevsky Monastery, this hotel overlooks an apple garden and offers barbecue facilities and bicycle rentals. The bright rooms of Yabloneviy Sad Hotel have traditional interiors and feature animal
Price from 37.4558 a day
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Hostel44

Berezoviy Proezd 7, Kostroma
This hostel is located in a green area of Kostroma, a 10-minute drive from the city centre. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Hostel44. The private and dormitory rooms are simply furnished and air-conditioned. The shared bathrooms
Price from 5.9929 a day
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U Pruda

Mikhalevskaya Street 13, Kostroma
U Pruda Guest House is located 400 meters from Volga River in Kostroma. It features a sauna, terrace with barbecue facilities and free private parking. Free Wi-Fi is also available. All rooms come with a TV, private bathroom and kitchen. Various bars and
Price from 37.4558 a day
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Ararat Hotel

Prospekt Mira 157, Kostroma
Surrounded by forest, this hotel is located 3 km from the centre of Kostroma. An indoor pool, a sauna and free Wi-Fi are featured at Ararat Hotel. The bright, air-conditioned rooms offer warm-coloured interiors and classic-style décor. Each
Price from 10.4876 a day
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Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo Hotel

Kommunarov Street 1 , Kostroma
Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo Hotel is located in Kostroma, 2.5 km from the central Susaninskaya Square, and offers a sauna with an indoor pool, massage room, beauty salon and karaoke. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas. The bright rooms feature a TV. Guests can
Price from 19.477 a day
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Uyut Hotel

Kostromskaya Street 80B, Kostroma
Uyut Hotel is located in Kostroma, within a 5-minute walk of a pine forest and 6 km from Susaninskaya Square. Wi-Fi in all areas and private on-site parking are provided free of charge. The classic-style rooms feature kitchenware and a TV with cable
Price from 14.9823 a day
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Academy Hostel

Lesnaya Street 11A, Kostroma
Located in the city centre of Kostroma, a short 10-minute walk from the city’s central square and a 3-minute walk from a public beach, Academy Hostel features a fully equipped shared kitchen, a shared lounge with video games, and free Wi-Fi access throughout the
Price from 7.4912 a day
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Guest House Zavolzhye

Sanatornaya Street 3A, Kostroma
Zavolzhye is located in Kostroma, 300 metres from Rio Entertainment Centre. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here will provide you with a TV. Some rooms come with a shared bathrooms, one for 2 rooms. At Zavolzhye you will find a shared kitchen. A cafe is
Price from 11.2367 a day
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Lubas Apartment Monastery View

Beregovaya Ulitsa 3-2, Kostroma
Offering views of Ipatyevsky Monastery, Lubas Apartment is situated along the banks of the Kostroma River. The self-catering accommodation comes with heating and free on-site parking. The apartment has a kitchen equipped with a stovetop, refrigerator, and electric
Price from 17.5293 a day
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Old Street Hotel

Ulitsa Sovetskaya 10, Kostroma
Located a 5-minute walk from the Volga River in Kostroma, Old Street Hotel features free WiFi and free parking. The rooms offer air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, safety deposit box and minibar. The bathrooms provide a hairdryer
Price from 37.4558 a day
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About Kostroma

The town is the center of the Kostroma region located 372 km north-east of Moscow on the banks of the Volga. It has a port. You can get there from Moscow taking a train from the Yaroslavsky railroad station or in a car by the Yaroslavskoye shosse. You can get there by bus as well. The bus station is located near the metro station Shchyolkovskaya. Sights On the grounds of the New Town several monuments of wooden architecture have been gathered. The Church of the Transfiguration was erected in 1628 in the village of Spas-Vezhi, 20 km from Kostroma. This type of design and construction is the oldest in popular Russian architecture. The refinement of the church's proportions has reached its artistic perfection. The most important part of the building is a gallery with an open staircase. The church interior is very simple. It is not very high, with small windows, rough floor, benches along the walls, iconostasis, and two choirs. The piles upon which the church is mounted always remained uncovered as after the flood the church "floated" and the draught was the only means to dry it. North of the monastery the Ipatievskaya (St. Hypatius) settlement is located. There is an outdoor museum of wooden architecture there. The Cathedral of the Holy Virgin of the 16th century from the village of Kholm was erected by master-craftsmen Karp and Panila. Initially it was an octahedral cage with two side-cages topped by a tent-roof. But in the 18th century when the temple became dilapidated the cage was made lower and five domes were added to it. The vast gallery with ordinary benches makes the church cozy and home-like. Now the church houses an exposition of carved woodwork used for the house decoration. The plank fronton of a log house from the village of Fedotovo, Yurievetsky district, ornate with a carved work of Stepanov, is of a particular interest (1862). The cornices with figures of mermaids will no doubt attract the eye. At some distance from the church a wind-mill dated by the second part of the 19th century stands. It was brought from the Soligalichesky district. This industrial construction is marked by the author's desire to decorate it. The swing of the mill's wings echoes the pattern of the columns which prop the building up. The corps barn dated by the beginning of the 20th century has a traditional form: an ordinary cage with a pedestal on cantilevers before the exit. A wooden log house of the mid-19th century belonged to Yershov. It was brought from the village of Kortiuk. The house is typical of its time. A simple water sink, wonderful small windows with casings and shutters are laconic and beautiful. The interior of the log house has been restored: polaty (planking fixed between ceiling and stove used as a sleeping place), benches, stove with a wooden annex, assortment of wooden dishes. Numerous competitions of carved woodwork are held in Museum of wooden architecture. Sacred Objects St. Theodore's wonder-working icon is the main sacred image of Kostroma dating back to the period of 9th-11th centuries. The icon is of Byzantine style and it is unknown how it happened to get to Russia. It was discovered by Prince Yuri Dologoruky, the famous town founder, who established Kostroma. In 1272 the icon appeared in the suburbs of Kostroma. Prince Vasily Yaroslavovitch nicknamed Dough-Trough, younger brother of Alexander Nevsky, going hunting to the Zaprudnya river noticed that his hounds had gathered around a tree barking in a strained manner. He approached the tree, dismounted from the horse and saw an icon of the Holy Virgin with the child in her hands standing on the tree branches. He wanted to take it but some invisible force lifted the icon higher. Only the priests whom he had brought from the town were able to take the icon from the tree and bring it to Kostroma. From that moment there is a custom that only priests may lift the icon. On the place where the icon was found Prince Vasily founded a cloister. In Kostroma the icon was mounted in the Cathedral of St. Theodore Stratilates built by the commission of Yuri Dolgoruky. That is how the icon got its name of St. Theodore. The wooden cathedral was twice reduced to ashes and rebuilt. Both times the wonder-working icon remained inside and survived intact, even its colors did not turn paler. After the fire in the Church of St. Theodore Stratilates a stone cathedral was erected on the Volga by the order of Prince Vasily. The cathedral, dedicated to the Assumption of the Holy Virgin, became a new home for the icon. The day when the first ruler from the Romanov family came to the throne was celebrated as the day of St. Theodore's Wonder-Working Icon of the Holy Virgin. Copies of the icon were made for the Nativity Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin by the order of the royal family. Copies of the icon spread all over Russia. Sometimes they became wonder-working. Four copies of the wonder-working icon were taken to the battlefield during the war of 1812 by four detachments of Kostroma's people's volunteer corps. Every year on August 29, on the day of Our Savior Not Made By Hands when the icon was found, a religious procession would go from the cathedral to the place where the icon appeared - the Zaprudnenskaya Church of Our Savior. On the fourth week of the Lent a procession with St. Theodore wonder-working icon lasting several days would leave from Kostroma for Galitch, then for Sudislavl throughout the villages along the Kinesma road. The icon united people, ennobled them, and gave hope. Russian tsars regarded visits to Kostroma as their obligation. Like all pilgrims, they kissed the icon making three deep bows. The last empress never went anywhere without her own St. Theodore's icon. To take it away from her would mean to take her life. In Ekaterinburg in the house of Ipatiev St. Theodore's icon of the Holy Virgin was found which had belonged to the empress. After the execution of the royal family the icon which had always been bright turned dark. In the thirties the Assumption Cathedral, the main temple of Kostroma, founded by Prince Vasily, where the icon had found its home, was blown up. In 1921 the icon was given to the restoration workshop of the academician I.Grabar. Over 40 years it stayed away from Kostroma. In 1964 Kostroma's archpriest managed to get permission to take the icon back. It was mounted in the Church of the Resurrection on the Debr, new cathedral of the town. On August 28, 1990 religious processions were renewed. People went through the town stopping for prayers. Alexander, the archbishop of Kostroma and Galitch, carried in his hands St. Theodore's wonder-working icon of the Holy Virgin. Thousands of people went out to the streets to meet the sacred image.
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