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We booked the hotel last-minute, after having an issue with a reservation in another hotel. We arrived approximately around midnight, and there seemed to be last guests of a wedding that has just ended. But, during our two-night stay there were no weddings in the...More
This a fairly small, almost boutique hotel. The facilitiy seems to be very popular as a wedding venue.
the rooms are small but functional. The location is convenient. close to the metro and not far from the city center.
Unlike previous reviews, I found both...More
NIce location but... the breakfast is inedible; the room is small and cramped; a TV fell out of the wall nearly missing me and after that, the hotel asked for a daily rate to allow a 3 hour late checkout; when I declined, at 10...More
Very quite hotel with good price and breakfast.
If you like very small and friendly rooms, this is for you. Close to the city center it has cool interior and rooms design. Clean and nicely packed.
Especially on weekends you will face problems with booking...More
We planned a weekend in one of the best locations in Moscow, near Patriarchy pond, in an art-nouveau building by Theodor Shekhtel. Instead we met a terrible wedding, which had been occupying all the courtyard with absolutely crazy ceremonial woman, shouting her endless self-written poem...More
When you need to hide from the city’s noise and traffic but don’t want to stroll too far, Patriarch Ponds is the place to be. Calm water, friendly swans and ducks with beautiful early 20th century architecture in the background make this neighborhood a place you’ll never want to leave. Besides stylish bars and restaurants scattered in the streets around the pond, you’ll be able to enjoy museum life from
modern art to a former private apartment of Mikhail Bulgakov. As most of the businesses are open late, stop for a cocktail and then stroll by the pond to rent a boat and row yourself to the middle of the “bowl” as the locals call it.