Among all accommodation facilities, Tula inns are the most traditional option. You can stay there overnight, for 24 hours, or for a week. While 19th century luxurious hotels were common in Europe, in Russia inns were common that historically originated from guest houses and victualling houses. Before the revolution, there were as many as six accommodation facilities of this type on Posolskaya (now Sovetskaya) Street alone. Representatives of the merchant class, petty bourgeois, civil servants and foreigners checked in them. The price of some rooms was so low that peasants coming to the city for work could afford to stay at an inn.
Tula inns make it their goal to ensure a comfortable stay for their guests who come to the city for a day or more. There is nothing superfluous here like, for example, in boutique hotels, but this option is still more comfortable than a hostel. What attracts tourists to Tula inns apart from low prices?
The most important thing in an accommodation facility are the rooms. If the number of rooms matters to a guest, they can choose from inn giants like Tula and Moskva with a room supply of 120 and 200, accordingly.
Virtually all rooms in Tula inns have showers, a set of towels and toiletries. Among all accommodation facilities listed on the website, it is easy to find accommodation offers for one to four guests with an optional extra bed.
It should be noted that not all inns allow pets. This service is available for a reasonable price at the Metallurg Inn and the Istoriya inn.
At present, all rooms in the city have TV sets and Wi-Fi access. However, if a guest has specific requirements, they may wish to double check the options by phone. You can find phone numbers on our website.
Almost all inns in Tula have catering facilities. For example, Armenia, Dvoryanskoe Sobranie and Istoriya have fully equipped restaurants where you can have not only breakfast, but also a delicious dinner. Some places deliver room service. Breakfast at inns is normally included in the price of accommodation.
Such Tula inns as Podvorye and Moskva have rooms with a breakfast bar, a refrigerator, and a microwave. It may be really convenient if guests would like to save on dining during the trip.
Even if guests won't want to have lunch at the inn, they can always find a place to eat near where they are staying. It is especially true for those who plan to stay in the city center.
An inn differs from a hotel with its modest list of services offered to guests. However, every guest will benefit from knowledge of the standard set of options to be used as necessary.
Moreover, considering active growth of the city's tourism infrastructure, most accommodation facilities provide information on popular tours and tour guide bookings.
Tula inns, their addresses, room prices, and service descriptions are listed in this website section. It will help you choose an accommodation option to your liking: affordable or comfortable, close to the center or in the quiet of residential areas, with a luxurious restaurant or with a small coffee bar. You can also apply a filter or check inn locations on the map.