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Don't stay here if you can avoid it. This hotel is run by the Russian government and it shows: from dated, stuffy interiors to the worst and unfriendliest service i've ever experienced.
Be very clear and repeat 3 times to which airport you like to...More
- Good value for money
Although the furniture is very outdated, I liked staying in this hotel very much. Location is good, just 25 walking from the Kremlin. Moscow hotels are very expensive so this is a good choice for the money you spend.
To start with, it is reasonably central, a walk to Kremlin is about 20 mins. The views on the river side are very nice (a nice church just in front, then the river, Chist the Savior cathedral, two of Stalin's 'seven sisters' and distant glimpse...More
Throwback to cold war, communist Russia and all of the dark, wood, old-fashioned furniture, ingrained tobacco smells, austere staff and soviet establishment you could possibly anticipate in this day and age.
Frequented by government officials and their guests, the hotel was focused on security and...More
Upon arrival I felt as though I had entered back into the cold war. The hotel is big, impersonal and old.
I arrived around 12noon to find out that there was no reservation made in my name, since I was there for a conference I...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.