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For 8$ you get a good bed, a nice terrace outside, a small kitchen, a pool-ish contraption, clean toilets and warm showers. The hostel management is not very talkative but you can get travel advice if you ask directly. Some of the dorms don't have...More
Was not impressed when staff suggested asking other travellers when simple travel advice was requested. The (female) owner was more helpful but not friendly. Nevertheless the facilities were good and clean, including a small kitchen and outdoor seating area. The dorm room only had 6...More
Very very very clean. The owner is a Japanese lady and she keeps the entire place in a perfect condition.
There is a highly secured entrance door and a personal locker under each bed which makes things safe. It is very peaceful and quiet place...More
We stayed in a double bedroom in Sakura Guest house for a few days in June. The price is really good for the quality of beds and the space for the room.
There is a small kitchen but still you can cook. Also there is...More
The guesthouse is interesting. Cheap, clean and friendly. There is a little kitchen for cooking which is appreciable.
However, I stayed there for 24 nights (I was learning Russian in bishkek) and the owner refused a discount ... that is very not usual and in...More
US$20 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sakura Guesthouse Bishkek, Asia
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"If you arriving in Bishkek via a shared taxi coming from the east (eg Karakol or Kochkor), it's likely..."