General: Very clean, orderly, good value, conveniently located hotel with welcoming helpful staff and a superb buffet breakfast.
Room: Desk big enough, fridge new, room safe easy to use and bolted down. Multiple shelves, plenty of good hangers. Big vertical mirror. Mini-bar.
All outlets work. Natural light plus slightly inadequate electric lighting (I like bright not subdued). SatTV is Russian and Ukrainian language only. Catch up on Belarussian news.
WC: Large. Shower is new, water is hot, soap dispenser and liquids to take into shower. Decent towels.
Value: The cash paid at premises rate less than than listed on Hotels.com. I double-checked that breakfast was indeed included, and 'yes'. Indeed it was.
Location: Quiet street not far walk to buses. Short walk to large mini-supermarket. Businessman's hotel directly across the street. Hospital and church on same block.
Food: Worth staying here just for hearty breakfast: pumpkin puree, sauerkraut, beans (cold!), rye bread, soft and hard cheese, pickles, and many non-vegetarian choices also. Teas plus espresso & Americano coffee machine, several (5?) cool drinks, etc.
Downsides: In very cheapest room (102) on ground floor, you will hear both the front desk chatter, guest traffic using the noisy exterior door to the dining room annex and cleaner's closet. Wooden doors lack adequate cushioning.
Management: Staff attentive and some speak English. Family-owned rather than corporate or State.