Welcome to New Star, your Perm “home away from home.” New Star aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at New Star, visitors can check out Monument to Ural Voluntary Building (0.1 mi) and Sculpture Plumber (0.6 mi), some of Perm's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at New Star offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper. Guests of New Star are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, street parking is available.
If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant, consider a visit to Ris Lapsha, Bely Slon, or Willa Bong, which are all conveniently located a short distance from New Star.
Perm is also known for some great history museums, including Perm Museum of Antiquities, Perm Local History Museum, and Motovilikhinskiy Plant History Museum, which are not too far from New Star.
New Star puts the best of Perm at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Most of our trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway we have been staying in western brand hotels. This hotel was a departure and our first notion was that we weren’t going to like it. There is a distinctly different feel to the hotel. But once we got over the fact that it wasn’t a brand hotel, we began to enjoy this site. The room was just as spacious, clean and comfortable. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. We had free wifi with the staff’s help. The breakfast buffet was austere by western standards but we found everything we needed. This is definitely a Russian hotel. But we’re traveling in Russia for the experience. There were no compromises to our health, comfort or fun. We’d recommend this place to our friends.
This hotel is so bereft of nicities and so essentially functional it resembles a backpacker house more than a hotel. I'm extremely greatful to the reception staff for re-booking my railway tickets and reserving a hotel in Moscow. I couldn't possibly have done this with the language barrier. I've found all the staff genuinely pleased to assist me.
Been in this hotel on business trip therefore it wasn't my choice. First of all I received a room which looked like a long corridor with one single bed inside. Later on they discovered that the room choice was wrong and offered another one with a double bed (which refused being alone and already packed out). The wifi worked only if you register with a Russian number, foreigners normally don't have. Therefore we had to use the codes offered by the receptionists for their own number. This is very common in Russia, however I find it pretty abnormal. Wifi must normally connect people even foreigners who have done all the hassle to get a Russian visa! The hotel operates a men's club on level -1 which causes lots of headache for the staff and for the guest. On the last night we would've had 3,5 hours sleeping time, but it was fully sleepless due to the unbearable noise coming from the club. If you wanna have a rest, definitely avoid this hotel. The only positive thing however is the restaurant. The breakfast itself is nothing special, but on the menu you can find some very good cream soups, salads and mains. In Russia try to avoid a consomme everywhere as they are cooking the meat in spiceless water adding up some chopped dill in the end. Here the consomme makes no difference.…
Restaurant has been serving food until late night which is a great benefit when all other places are closed so you don't have to go outside. The hotel is located right in the city center, very close to all the main attractions!
The hotel has everything you might need, but lacked atmosphere. Maybe this was because there were not many guests, but the restaurant appeared to be set out for a celebration, with a 'Happy New Year' sign (in July?). We would have been the only people to be eating in the evening, so we went elsewhere, and for breakfast we saw only one more guest, so we were outnumbered by the bored waiting staff. However the reception staff were delightful and helpful. The room was spacious and clean with an enclosed balcony giving views over the city. The location is perfect - a short walk to the tourist line (get an english guide from tourist information as the descriptions on the green and red lines are in russian only) and plenty of restaurants. The park next to the hotel is an amusement park, great for kids and with several restaurants and take-aways. wifi very erratic even in public areas…