I booked it in February from London via booking.com...
I arrived and they told me that there was a room only for two days for me, and they have no idea where I am going to stay for the rest of my trip, they tried all excuses - speaking like with stupid tourist who cannot count to 10...after two days, they moved me from one room to another one...no interest to solve the situation, very bad attitude of staff...it almost seemed to me that it is my fault that somebody forgot to book that room in their booking system, if they have any...a receptionist is sitting a whole day before the PC and she cannot get things right, especially when I booked the room in February, how is this possible?
No investment into the place, it looks like a place for asylum seekers instead of hostel...they offer old Russian pattern for modern prices. I paid by cash, and received no confirmation of it, nothing. The staff doesn't even know Russian legislation about registration, they immediately asked for 700 rubles to register me...
People smoke outside of the hostel door, but you can smell it everywhere. Temperature in the fridge was something like a room temperature, so you cannot use it. There is no sink in the kitchen...a small sink in the corridor is for hand washing and plates washing, but it is too small and you have to hold a tap with one hand because otherwise water is on the floor.
The only positive about this hostel is that it is literally 2min from tube station, however, if you can, please, avoid this place...honestly, it is not worth of considering and it can destroy your beautiful Moscow trip.
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