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Adorned by the beautiful Trans-IIi Alatau mountains as its backdrop, Almaty is the most populated city in Kazakhstan. It is the center of commerce, recreation, and government, of the country, and has something to offer anyone who visits. Almaty is clad in ornately designed buildings, stunning outdoor art, and apple trees as far as the eye can see. Whether you are heading to Almaty for business or pleasure, let Skyscanner help you find the most affordable lodging in the city.
In Almaty, you can get a beautiful upscale room in downtown for less than $100 per night. Be sure to use Skyscanner's hotel booking tool to get the best rate. Check out Royal Petrol Hotel, Holiday Inn Almaty, or Uyut Hotel. Each of these hotels offers perks like free internet, parking, an on-site restaurant, and more. These hotels are located close to all of the restaurants, shops, and attractions of the city.
Almatly is a luxurious city and it is easy to find a 5-star hotel that is centrally located near all of the action. The Ritz-Carlton offers elegant furnishings, a swimming pool, restaurant, and giant picture windows with breathtaking views. InterContinental Almaty offers spacious rooms that are classy along with a grand lobby, ambient restaurant, breakfast service, and air conditioning. At Ramada Almaty, you can reserve a single room or a suite and enjoy amenities like an on-site restaurant, a swimming pool, breakfast, and high-speed internet service. Each of these luxury hotels have rooms that can be snagged up for less than $300 per night.
Make your stay a little more special by reserving a room at one of the locally owned and operated boutique hotels of the area. Donatello Boutique Hotel provides guests with contemporary rooms and plush furnishings. Hotel Kazakhstan is a cozy retreat in the middle of the city. Hotel Otrar offers a simplistic design that is perfect for rest and relaxation. Boutique hotel rooms in Almaty go for $50-$150 per night.
Flying into Almaty International Airport is the quickest way to get to the city at it is located less than 10 miles from the downtown core. Once you arrive, you can get to your hotel quickly by hopping on a city bus, hailing a taxi, arranging for an airport or hotel shuttle, or picking up a rental car from the airport. To take advantage of the best deal on your rental car, use Skyscanner's car rental tool to book your reservation. You can reserve a cheap rental car from everywhere using the convenient mobile app!
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Explore the rich history and artistic culture of Almaty. While you are in town, check out Ascension Cathedral and experience the majestic beauty of this architectural marvel. If you are a fan of music, stop by The Beatles Monument and pay tribute to the world famous band. You can also learn about the history of Almaty at the Military Assembly Building.
Much more European than I had expected. Definitely feels less adventuresome than the rest of Central Asia... but a good place to kick back and indulge in familiar things from home. Nice parks, Soviet-style monuments, cafes and mountain views.
After living in Almaty for three years, I can honestly say there is no place like it. The mix of Russian and Kazakh culture provides both a western and eastern experience, and the surrounding landscape is absolutely beautiful. Head up to Chimbuluk in the winter for skiing and snowboarding, check out Gorky park for some old-fashioned amusement rides, and sample some of Kazakhstan's unique dishes - plof and shashlik are a personal favorite.
Former capital of Soviet Kazakhstan, home of famed Modeo winter sports complex, crossroads of cultures (and religions) and my home for a year, Almaty may no longer be the heart of KAZ, but it remains the soul. The streets are wide and lined with trees, the Tien Shan mountains loom over the city and the climate mimics Utah with sun in the city and snow in the mountains year-round. There is plenty of history and culture here and easy plane, train and bus access to the famed Silk Road and Great Game cities of Central Asia to the south.
Very beautiful city