See why so many travellers make Karven Four Seasons their all-inclusive resort of choice when visiting Cholpon Ata. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Karven Four Seasons provide air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with paid wifi available.
In addition, Karven Four Seasons offers a pool and a lounge, which will help make your Cholpon Ata trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a , such as Lenin Statue.
At Karven Four Seasons, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Cholpon Ata.
Stayed in the property for 2 nights. Rooms are beautiful but there is hardly any storage space. Water and milk for tea/coffee needs to be requested. The inhouse phone wasn't working so it became difficult to contact anyone for help. Since the hotel is next to Issy kul lake ...it overshadowed everything else
Reception is good, Nature, garden and view amazing Rooms are fine. But breakfast just chaos, I had an espresso and after drinking espresso they presented a bill. I didn’t understand why I am paying for coffee during the breakfast. Beach team always ready to fight. She was eating ice cream while talking with me. There is no one can speak with english. Beach toilets are just disgusting. There is no soap no tissue. Very Dirty like anything. Grill restaurants mentioned on the menu, Soup salads serves in 20-40 min 🙄 main course serves 40-60 min. I said okay let’s have some tea before while we are waiting our meals. Than waiter brought soup - salad - meat and tea same time on 15 minutes. Hotel management needs more attention - if there is any management. Because staffs are doing everything their own way. They don’t know anything. They need leader - coach!!!…
My room was very comfortable, had a balcony but view of a brick wall- ask for an upper floor room over the lake! Otherwise I was quite happy! As we were very end of season the evening meal was, to say at least, very strange. Just to say that I am very glad that I can eat almost anything! Breakfast was better with a few choices. I am sure this would be a great place to stay during the summer
Me and friends stayed two nights in this resort, it is fantastic place, clean, spacious rooms, very friendly staff, we took long walk in the resort and we swam in the lake. This resort has many good facilities such many restaurants with various food selection, excellent garden and you could hire a bicycle and take e joy ride.
The hotel complex was probably the peak of touristic offer at Issyk-kul lake a few decades ago. Aside of hotel there are many appartment buildings in the complex and in the middle also the restaurant. At the beachfront there are piers and other amenities standardly present at such hotel beaches. The rooms are spacious and clean, with decent working table and reading bed lights as well with light for the desk. However, the number of electrical plugs is quite limited and the free wifi is not among the best ones we saw in Kyrgyzstan. The breakfast was served to the tables (no self service) and the food was coming very slowly (in spite of quite small number of guests). Not all of our colleagues succeeded to get the food before departure time.
In the return to Bishkek our Group stayed at this hotel for one night. It was almost empty (still low season) and most of us stayed at the first build and on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor. For sure rooms in the 3rd floor are the best option (good view) even considering there in no lift. Service and offer at dinner and breakfast was the best possible considering all resources are still not in place. Very good rooms and the beach is just a short walk along gardens of roses very well treated. This is a very good stop to recover from the “deep” Kyrgyzstan we have visited in recent days. Enjoy!!
We were given a ground floor room no view so we immediately asked for a room upstairs and were given a fantastic room on the fourth floor... no lift... however delightful young man at desk carried our bags upstairs! The beach area is great the water crystal clear! Bed rather small but shower hot and plentiful. Breakfast was amazing heaps of food and delicious!
I enjoyed my stay here for one night. I am wondering why there are so many critical reviews regarding this place. I found my room and building new, it was off season so had a quiet stay. My dinner was very well served and tasty. It was not warm enough for swimming but the beach and lake were beautiful. I can only review my experiences and encounters. It didn't bother me that not all buildings were occupied.
It must be heaving in high season. The beach area was very pleasant but the chalet areas were boring. We were there off season. The rooms were ok, nice and clean but a bit basic. Did not like the Massive dining room. The food was very basic, not very plentiful. all buffet style. staff not helpful but good at clearing empty plates. Not my cup of tear
Most of the properties at Karven Four Seasons are privately owned and the 'hotel' element (block of rooms) is a 10 minute walk from the lake and the restaurant and pool. When we were there in September it was like being caught in the Truman Show. The 200 seater restaurant was empty. Ordering anything to eat was a 40 minute wait. A note on the menu advised one to order from ones room ahead' - but there was nothing in the room to suggest this. There was nowhere else to eat, only the dreary restaurant, a stage, dance floor and 3 levels of seating, mostly on sofas, around tables. The billiard room, bowling alley and outdoor pool etc all closed. The indoor pool was open. It is like a public pool with lanes divided by ropes so no good for leisure swimming. There were several large men in small trunks swimming, so we did not attempt to enter. The streets were not well enough lit to return to our block of rooms safely, but we luckily had head torches. The room had no tea making facilities on our arrival, but we managed to persuade the member of staff to bring us a couple of tea bags. The room was comfortable enough, with a view over empty cottages. The 'resort' had clearly just closed down after the summer visitors. There was one other party at breakfast. We could not get away fast enough. This was a creepy place to do and out of season quite unsuitable for tourists. All offices and facilities were closed. The development was completed in 2 phases. The first phase already has mature trees that are mostly forest trees and will be blocking out all the light from the houses and the roots will disturb the pave paved paths on which one walks to get around. It really was surreal. The new phase, planted up with the same trees, will experience the same problems in due course. I understand in summer how shade is vital, but these were forest trees planted close together and leylandi hedges. There were guards in security huts dotted about and many gardeners to water and cut the grass, but no guests.…