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The hostel is quite nice and in a very convenient location. It is located in one of those old Soviet apartment buildings so the entrance and stairs will make you think it’s going to be a problem but it isn’t. They’ve done well with the...More
The location of the hostel is great, right opposite to the metro (even tho a little bit hard to find). A russian canteen is also opposite the road that has some good cheap local food. Red square is about 15 mins walk. and the state...More
Nice clean hostel, nice friendly staff. A short walk to red square and always felt safe. I would definitely recommend this hostel to anyone visiting Moscow on a budget, it is also very close to the tube which is very handy in the colder months.
I like this hostel!! And i like place near hostel! It's center of Moscow! Beautiful place! friendly, comfortable and homely! i hope, i'll stay in this place next time! i like atmosphere!!! Very friendly!! near hostel is Red Square!! Very nice place!
We truly enjoyed our stay at 3 Penguins which is a small, little hostel in the centre of Moscow. The hostel is equipped with everything we needed: a nice little sleeping rooms, a cosy little kitchen with the good equipment (e.g. very good knifes and...More
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