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This hostel is reasonably priced and a pleasant walk from the city centre. The staff is very kind and helpful. The bunkbeds are very basic, and sometimes the rooms can get a little bit messy. But the kitchen and bathroom are very up to date...More
Unless of course you are a sociology student...
We had to bang on doors to be let in through nondescript door into dusty worksite (needing the help of the next door privet hostel to phone them to wake them up after 8am.)
The place is...More
Good location and reasonable price (for Moscow). Also they can provide you with a letter of invitation for Russia, witch you need to enter the country, thru there website.
The hostel isn't really a hostel or the atmosphere was not really like an hostel. The...More
Good location for the circle line on the metro, with good convenience shops close by. And reasonably priced for Moscow to be fair. But I wouldn't recommend it. For a hostel the atmosphere was terribly unfriendly. A small, dark and dingy place with the kitchen,...More
The hostel is quite close to the city center and main attraction(Red Square and Kremlin), indeed very well connected with the beautiful metro @ Kitay -Gorod stop, which is also a nice aera for spending the night with quite few nice restaurants, bars etc.
US$10 - US$21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Basmanny is Moscow’s most artsy neighborhood, containing the highest amount of galleries and cultural spots per square meter in the city. Spend the whole day discovering Russian contemporary art at Winzavod and design at Artplay before moving from the industrial scenery to the Chistye ponds for a calming dinner.