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I understand this is a (government) hotel where visiting delegations are entertained, hence the high security that others have referred to.
I was on this occasion here for just one night; although booked into a standard room, I was given a huge suite with ante...More
The hotel is old, but it actually has nice restaurants (the foods were so delicious and I loved the waiters because they were all nice to me!). Contrary to the Park Inn Sadu, most of the staffs cannot speak English so, use your gesture to...More
The hotel is in a very nice position, close to the Kremlin and to Gorky Park.
The restaurant is open all the day long and it is very good quality. The swimming pool was closed for 4 days for bank holidays, it is very small...More
its a hotel for one night stayers. the location is good but its noisy since it's close to a 6 lane busy road. the rooms are clean but quite simple, the TVs belong to Lenin's era. the bar is empty as hell due to the...More
Oh dear! Where to start?
Firstly, this is absolutely NOT a 5 star hotel and whoever gave this hotel 5 stars has clearly not visited in the last 40 years!!
The hotel is extremely dated. The foyer area is nice but with a small check...More
Yakimanka acts as Moscow’s evergreen lungs with prime beaches on the Moscow river. All the benefits of visiting and living in Yakimanka are gathered at the Moscow river embankment – three parks: Gorky, Muzeon and Neskuchny garden shape this green stripe with museums showing the hippest contemporary art. The area is full of activities for your eyes (museums), mouth (restaurants) and feet (sport and dance-wise). Access
anywhere is easy, just hop on a river boat and continue your journey throughout the city.