Stayed for 3 nights late June. If you intend to walk to the hotel with wheeled suitcases from the Metro (Vladykino) make sure you take the correct exit i.e. the exit nearest the rear of the train as one previous reviewer mentioned. Follow the others who'll take a short-cut through a small park area to reach the main road, cross the zebra-crossing across a busy road and then cut across to the next road in parallel before turning left to find the hotel - about a 10 min walk. A nearby food/convenience store proved handy during our stay. Room was a decent size and the bathroom was modern with a good shower. Mattress was on the firm side and room had no air conditioning. Reception was friendly and a good selection was provided at the buffet breakfast. We didn't eat in the restaurant which looked okay but the bar on the ground floor was brilliantly lit and had no atmosphere at all. Considering the size of the hotel it was very quiet. An ATM is available that made no charge for withdrawals. Travelling to the centre of Moscow took ~15 mins with trains leaving every 4 mins with each journey regardless of distance/internal changes costing 30r (~60p). Make sure you have a metro map that uses both cyrillic and latin names and you won't go far wrong in your travels on the Metro system. We took a Taxi direct to the airport from the hotel that took ~1 hour (a lot of traffic experienced on the airport road) for 1600r (~£32). Overall a nice hotel for the price paid. Maybe a bit far from the centre of Moscow for some but the efficient Metro system compensates for this.
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