Minsk

28 Oct 2019 - 29 Oct 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Minsk

A striking, fascinating city rising from the rolling, forested plain of Eastern Europe, Minsk is both the capital of Belarus and its largest city. Nestled at the intersection of the Svislach and the Nyamiha Rivers, Minsk is divided into a number of districts, including the Tsentralny, Savetski, and Leninski areas. Travellers can choose from a number of hotels in Minsk in each major area, including hotels near the airport in the east.

Tsentralny

Ideal for lovers of art and history, this area is home to the National Opera and Ballet of Belarus. Tsentralny lies on the northern end of the city and is served by the Nyamiha Metro Station.

1. U Fontana Hotel

Cheap hotels in Minsk's Tsentralny include the U Fontana Hotel, which has 18 rooms. Despite its small size, this hotel offers a deluxe sauna, conference services, a restaurant and a summer cafe.

2. Gubernskaya Hotel

Situated on the pedestrian-friendly Leninskaya Street, this mid-range hotel offers spacious rooms, a spa and a restaurant area. Rooms include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs en suite, and breakfast is included daily.

3. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Minsk

This 5-star establishment offers stunning views of the river in a modern, high-rise construction. Luxury suites with floor-to-ceiling windows are complemented by a lobby cafe and two separate restaurants.

Leninski

The Leninski district is on the southern side of Minsk, opposite the Tsentralny district. Sports fans should especially take note of this area, which is home to the Dinamo Stadium. The northern part of the district includes the Belarusian National Arts Museum, the country's major art museum and home to tens of thousands of artworks.

1. Hotel East Time

If you're looking for last-minute hotels in Minsk, the Hotel East Time on the southern end of the Leninski district may be for you. Simple, affordable rooms are accompanied by free Wi-Fi in the lobby and a complimentary breakfast.

2. Hotel Minsk

The Hotel Minsk offers several dining options and a casino, with suites featuring hot tubs and other amenities. It is also the first four-star hotel in all of Belarus.

3. Crowne Plaza Minsk

As one of the more well-appointed hotels in Minsk, the Crowne Plaza Minsk stands out. Located just across from the stadium complex, this modern hotel includes a nightclub, an Italian restaurant, and a full-service spa. Outdoor pools and club lounge access with your upgraded suite round out the 5-star package.

Minsk Airport Hotels

Well to the east of the city centre, the modern Minsk International Airport (MSQ) is a good spot for business travellers looking for last-minute hotels in Minsk. It provides easy access to the city's main transit hub.

Minsk International Airport Hotels

1. Hotel IT Time

Hotel IT Time, on the outer ring of Minsk and on the way to the airport, is one option among cheap hotels in Minsk for air travellers. Modest but well-appointed rooms are complemented by various amenities including a full-service cafe.

Use Skyscanner's search features to easily select the hotels in Minsk with the amenities you're looking for, like Wi-Fi or spa facilities.

Top rated hotels in Minsk

from £42
from £64
from £101

What are travellers saying about Minsk?

9.8
History Buffs
7.8
Green Travellers
7.8
Family Travellers
7.6
Adventure Travellers
7.4
Backpackers
Member reviews (39)
Scott Stone
Scott StoneNew York City
16/08/2015

I was here about five years ago and was surprised by the up-beat good energy of the place. Good cafe culture and a good sampling of restaurants offering up various ethnic cuisines.

Rachel S
Rachel SBerlin
11/09/2015

Minsk is incredibly polished, modern and clean, more so than I expected. With long, wide boulevards and an efficient train system (which feels like stepping back in time due to the Soviet paraphernalia in them), it's relatively easy to navigate the city, even without speaking the language. There's many fascinating historic monuments, lush green parks and outdoor cafes serving traditional Russian and Belarusian specialties, like blinis. Minsk is definitely worth visiting, as it feels like a hybrid of Western and Eastern Europe. This is also true in its restaurant and hotel prices, which are generally higher than neighboring Poland or Ukraine: without much of a tourism industry, anything related to tourism paradoxically costs more.

Sam Litvin
Sam LitvinSan Diego
20/12/2012

If you like a glim authoritarian country that is home to red cross and repressive regimes then you will love Minsk. Go for mushrooms and stay for cheap beer. Spend millions of rubles like they are hundreds because they are.

Katarzyna Wyglądała
Katarzyna WyglądałaWarsaw
06/01/2017

Very clean and safe city. With huge and very good roads and monumental buidings at the centre of the city. I've been living in Minsk as a child for few years so I have special feelings about this city. My beloved place is the Botanical Garden. And memory of the Big Green Dragon :D

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of £32 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Minsk is June, with an average price of £56 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £32 per night. This is 32% less than the average nightly price of £43 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Minsk, the expected average temperature in October is 6.7°C/44.0°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 24.0°C/75.2°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging -6.5°C/20.3°F.
The nearest airport to Minsk is Minsk International 2 (MSQ) (18.93 miles).

Plan a trip to Belarus