Victoria Hotel 4*, Belarus

The complex of hotel type, which is called Victoria Hotel & Business Center, is the first hotel in Belarus,combined with a business center. This allows customers who have visited this hotel to successfully combine business activity with a wonderful and comfortable holiday.

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Hotel services

Hotel Victoria has an extensive range of services according to world standards. It offers – guarded parking, room service around the clock, catering of different classes, beauty center, gym, massage room, Finnish bath with swimming pool and vitamin bar. For people visiting the hotel for business purposes, there is a business center, a conference center, meeting rooms, secretarial services.

Room stock

Hotel “Victoria” includes 169 comfortable and high-quality rooms, from the windows of which a wonderful landscape with a view of the river and Komsomolskoye Lake opens. Of the total number of rooms, we will allocate 104 single rooms with one room, including a couple of rooms specially equipped for the disabled, 56 double type, 8 double suites and three-room apartments.

Food

The main restaurant called “Victoria” is located on the ground floor of the hotel and has a picturesque view of the Svislas River. At the same time, the restaurant can accommodate about 150 people. The restaurant serves European and local cuisine.

The bar is located near the Reception. Panoramic windows and upholstered furniture form a unique atmosphere of warmth and comfort. The restaurant offers a wide range of different drinks, ranging from coffee, cocktails and ending with strong and soft drinks.

For business travelers, on the square of the hotel there is a business center, Internet services. On the square of the hotel there is a car rental, laundry services, dry cleaning, cosmetologist’s office, SPA procedures room, vertical solarium, manicure and pedicure room, hairdresser. If desired, you can use the services of a Finnish bath. Guests leading an active lifestyle, the hotel “Victoria” offers a gym.

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