Finding an ideal hotel in Nizhny Novgorod does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Jouk Jacque, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Jouk Jacque, visitors can check out The Arc of Electrical Vitamins (0.9 mi) and Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevskiy (1.5 mi), some of Nizhny Novgorod's top attractions.
Jouk Jacque offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant.
If you like seafood restaurants, Jouk Jacque is conveniently located near Mitrich, Novo Restaurant, and Seafoodbar Riba i Krabi.
Nizhny Novgorod is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Chkalov Monument, Sculpture the Funny Goat, and Monument to Minin and Pozharsky, which are not too far from Jouk Jacque.
Jouk Jacque looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nizhny Novgorod.
The hotel is situated on the upper floors of a very attractive building at the quiet end of Bolshaya Pokrovskaya Street. As long as you do not mind all the steps up to reception level, the effort is worthwhile, as charming, smiley staff really did all work very hard to make my stay a very comfortable one. Bedrooms are clean, bright and modern and the excellent breakfast is served in a very cosy room with an atmospheric old fireplace. Well recommended, as every staff member puts on over 100% effort to make it work.
This is a very nice hotel that is well situated for most of this towns scenic sights. It is a cheap taxi ride from the train station. I had a single room. It was quite comfortable. The bed room and bathroom were very clean. For a single person, the room was very spacious. The hotel is located on a pedestrian mall with many places to eat and drink. The roomrate included breakfast which was quite adequate. Porridge or eggs cooked to order were available. The front desk staff speak english well. Happy to recommend this hotel and would stay here again if in town.
Great hotel, great rooms, great breakfast, great location, great people, great guests! Location on the Main Street with access for everything, steep straits but no problem, secure and friendly with a vision to please. If you stay here you will not be disappointed the rooms are comfy and inviting.
This boutique hotel is on the first and second floor in a historical house at the beginning of the pedestrian street. Staff was very helpful and spoke good English, breakfast was good and the rooms had everything I expected. All in all a nice place to stay.
The absolute advantage of the hotel is the location. It's situated at the beginning of the central Pokrovka Street, surrounded by many cafes and restaurants. The staff at the reception is very helpful. I can't say that the room was great - not too big and required some renovation, especially the bathroom. I'd give 4 out of 5 for the room itself. However, the overall impression was very positive. Some points to consider: 1. Junior Suites are different in size. Some of them are missing yellow ducks in the bathroom (a little toy which is absolutelly useless...but funny). We booked 3 rooms and the room of my colleague was about twice bigger for the same price. It's not a mistake - the hotel is situated in the old buiding and all rooms are different. 2. There is no elevators (not a big deal for me, but can be an issue for someone else).…
The location of the hotel is nice - right in the main walking street of the city. But the hotel itself is quite poor. There is a feeling that it stucked in the 90th of the previous century. But negative impressions of the hotel are compensated with very kind, polite and friendly lady on the front desl
After living in Russia for several years and enduring awful rooms, awful service at high cost, we were delighted to find a quality Russian-run hotel at a reasonable price. There were nicely appointed rooms of a decent size with a large comfortable bed and quality bedding. The bathroom was clean and modern, with instant hot water. The breakfast on offer was one of the best I have had in Russia in both quality and quantity - with good hot and cold selections, and constant replenishment. The Americano coffee I ordered at additional cost wasn't great, but that's a small quibble as it's hard to find a decent cup of coffee more generally in this country. The location of the hotel was brilliant, right on the main Bolshoi Pokrovkskaya pedestrian road, where many of the noted restaurants and stores are also sited. The reception staff did their best to assist us with information about buses and boats to nearby Gorodets, responding to email requests ahead of time and face-to-face requests as well. The security guard on duty the night we arrived could have been more helpful, perhaps assisting with a bag or two rather than watching us drag them up the stairs. Otherwise the staff across the board were helpful and courteous and did their best to understand our basic Russian. There are a lot of stairs in the hotel - and no elevator - so older or immobile guests might find it a challenge. Don't let a lack of knowledge of the Russian language put you off, this hotel deserves to succeed and from what I saw of the commitment of the staff, it surely will. It stands out in a country that all too often suffers from overpriced, underwhelming accommodation and hospitality.…
We had booked two rooms - my friend's room had been renovated - new faux parquet flooring and furniture, colourful carpet, fresh paint, and ample natural light. My room was half the size, dark, dank, with ancient, ripped indoor-outdoor carpeting - and reeked of urine. I of course should have immediately insisted on a different room, or changed hotels, but I was tired, and it was quite late. The staff's response was to light an oil lamp to cover the smell and suggest it was because of the recent rain. (Further investigation suggested it may have been because the room's tiny window faced an alley popular with locals reliving themselves after drinking.) It was impossible to sleep and in the middle of the night, I begged a different room to no avail. In the morning, I refused to pay the same exhorbitant price as my friend, and was granated a small discount. Nizny is a charming and elegant city, but surely there are better places to stay than this.…
Charming place in a great location! On the main pedestrian street in N. Novgorod just steps away from shops, restaurants and cafes. About a 10-15 minute walk to the Kremlin and the Volga. Amazing breakfast! So many things to choose from, and all so tasty! Breakfast was so filling that I didn't need to eat lunch. Room was tidy and modern with ice cold air conditioning which was greatly appreciated in the middle of a hot Russian summer. I can't say enough kind things about the staff here - they were beyond helpful and friendly. The day I was checking out of the hotel, I had an evening train that night. In addition to letting me store my bags there for the day while I was out exploring, the desk clerk told me that I was more than welcome to take a shower at the end of the day when I came back for my bags. I never would have thought to ask for this, and she just offered out of the blue!…