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The breakfast is very poor, hot food is cold, the front desk staff where helpful Ivan was a standout . The room was quiet good but my wife picked up a condom wrapper left by a previous happy customer. I booked paid $810.00 Aud for...More
Booked on line for my first visit to Moscow. The hotel is a 20 minute walk from Red Square and takes as long if you use the Metro. Had B&B. The hotel is up a side street off the main road and not that easy...More
I rate this hotel so high not because of luxury (which is lacking) but because of comfort and, for me, convenient location near my friends. This is my 2nd stay here and I certainly will be here again - staff is friendly and helpful and...More
Good hotel, great place to stay as centrally located. You can walk to all the big attractions from here. Staff friendly and helped organise laundry and a drop off of train tickets. Big room and good breakfast. Would recommend.
That one star is only for the friendly and helpful receptionist. From the moment I entered till the next morning I left I was grossed out to wherever I stepped. Everywhere smelled!!! Smelled old and nasty. You have to drag your luggage up the stairs...More
US$67 - US$97 (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.