Building of the "Ishim" hotel 1958-1960
Original the building was constructed as the "Ishim" hotel. The location of the building in the central part of the city always played the role of the main place where prominent political figures (the head of the Soviet state Nikita Khrushchev) stayed. In 2003, the building underwent renovation and was renamed as the "Grand Park Esil" hotel.
The building of the "Ishim" hotel refers to the architectural direction of "neoclassical", which was typical for the Soviet architecture of the late 40's - early 50-ies, and is being used as an object of historical and cultural value. It is a brick four-story building, U-shaped in plan, with a symmetrical composition of the main facade.
The building height comprises 18 meters.