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This hotel used to belong to Alrosa, the important Russian diamond company. It still feels very much like a private company hotel rather than a commercial one. The staff are extremely friendly but not trained to a professional level.
Breakfast you fill out your order...More
I've been underwhelmed with experiences with hotels in Moscow, so I wanted to try something a little different. This hotel is small (in terms of number of rooms), with a large open reception area. It also has a nice pool and sauna. The price you...More
While the room i was in was large, the decor is very old fashioned (1980s if not before)
The worst thing was the charmless staff behind the reception desk. When I checked out, the lady there, Anastasia was actually very sweet. But the 2 young...More
Nice hotel, full of charm and an attractive antidote to soulless business travel. I got a big suite on the first floor for the price of a regular room, free Wifi, comfortable big bed and nice views of snow capped 19th century Moscow buildings all...More
The hotel is in a central location of the city, I had the Room number 308, a very big room, 10000 RUB / night. Room and bathroom was very clean, the hotel is older and has a charm like an old Russian hotel with big...More
US$104 - US$228 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#34 Romantic Hotel in Moscow
#50 Business Hotel in Moscow
#87 Luxury Hotel in Moscow
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It wouldn’t be a mistake to call Pyatnitskaya street the main axis of this neighborhood – turn one direction and you’ll find the Tretyakov Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane, turn another – a hip Scandinavian restaurant. Old churches now embrace contemporary life with style and grace. Going to Zamoskvorechye is like visiting during the times when it was a medieval Russian quarter, but with a modern twist of 20th
century buildings pushing themselves into the 21st century with new businesses opening weekly. Stroll down Pyatnitskaya to taste dozens of global cuisines – from Ukrainian and Georgian to Thai and American.