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Not an eventful stay.
Booked this twice while my stay in Moscow, First for 4 Nights & then for 3 Nights.
The location was good as it was 4 Km away from Kremlin, and had a bus stop and a Metro station on a 8-10...More
Decent hotel. The management and housekeeping was nice and the hotel was a decent place to stay for a couple days before going to a nicer hotel. It was close to the airport. But the girl with blonde hair and glasses at the front desk...More
We booked this hotel because it was the only one available at the moment we booked for the world Cup.
The lift is so unsecure, noisy and old that I used it only once. Fortunately we were on the fifth floor (out of 16).
This hotel is a renovated apartment block from the Soviet Era. Clean, simple, but not aesthetically appealing, it is ok. It’s a 10-minute walk to the subway, but the stop is off the main line. Transfers will be needed to get to important sites.
Not an expensive hotel, off a main road. There's a restaurant on the ground floor. The hotel's personal is helpful. Rooms are simple, but clean. There's wifi in the rooms. Our room had a shared bathroom with another room. Also, they request guests leave keys...More
It’s impossible to visit the Jewish Quarter and not go to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center – all roads lead here. After visiting the most innovative museum in Russia, cross the street to taste some delicious kosher food. When you’ve tried the best hummus in Moscow, explore early Soviet architecture by going to the Theater of the Russian army and take a rest in Ekaterininsky Park where boats and ducks keep everyone