238520, Kaliningrad region, Baltiysk, st. Morskoy Boulevard, 6
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"Golden Anchor" offers:
- 34 rooms of various categories;
- beautiful view from the windows of the shipping channel or the Baltic Spit;
- walking distance to the main cultural attractions: the lighthouse, the Swedish Fortress, the Baltic Fleet Museum;
- 10 minutes walk to the sports and recreation complex CSKA (water park, bowling, gym);
- transport accessibility to anywhere in the city.
The Zolotoy Yakor Hotel is located in the historical part of the city, in a building built at the beginning of the 20th century, within walking distance from the main sights of the city. From here you can easily and quickly get to anywhere in the city.
The hotel has 34 rooms of various categories, from luxury apartments to economy class rooms at affordable prices. All rooms are equipped according to modern service standards.
On the first floor of the hotel there is a cafe "Pearl", and at the end of the building there is a cafe-club "Zolotoy Yakor", which operates in the evening and at night on weekends.
Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the hotel and in the rooms.
The history of the Zolotoy Yakor Hotel began in 1909. The Ostsee-Hotel was built on the site of today's hotel. In 1939-1941. the building was reconstructed according to the project of the German engineer Skort Frick. January 1956 is considered to be the date of birth of the Zolotoy Yakor Hotel. The guests of the city and the Baltic Fleet stayed at the hotel: People's Artists Nikolai Kryuchkov, Mikhail Zharov, Lyudmila Chursina, Vladimir Menshov, singer and composer Andrey Makarevich, Yuri Shevchuk and DDT group; cosmonauts: Alexei Leonov, Pavel Belyaev, composer Oscar Feltsman. In 1963, the future Nobel Prize laureate, poet Joseph Brodsky stayed in the hotel as a correspondent for the Koster magazine, in honor of whom a memorial plaque was unveiled on the facade of the hotel in 2005 on the 65th anniversary of the poet.