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Please note that they do indeed advertise a discount for positive TripAdvisor reviews (????), and I didn't take it. This is an honest review.
The best thing about this place besides the price is the convenient location -- once you find it. The website's English...More
This tiny centrally located hotel is lovely.Clean,compact,plenty of hot water and fast internet.Staff are very polite and helpful and speak English. Close to Metro and restaurant's.A bit hard to find but if you exit the metro and walk 1 block up Arbat St there is...More
We were NOT offered a discount for a good review, as other reviewers seem to have been.
That said, this place deserves a good review anyway. We found this to be a nice place to spend a night. As regular visitors to Moscow, we are...More
It is a well located, new and clean hostel. We stayed at an ensuite room for two. It was quite good but very tiny indeed. It was a bit noisy in the morning. I think it is because of some garbage collection thing.
tania has been helpful and a such great receptionist. she has helped us with all the taxi connections w ehave requested with great professionality. this tiny hotel is located in the city center along arbat street. rooms are clean but a bit too small. wi...More
$49 - $230 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Crowds of tourists, both local and international take in Old Arbat and its modern and gigantic peer – New Arbat. One reason visitors keep coming is no doubt Konstantin Melnikov’s famous private house, now open to the public and worthy of a visit. After exploring one of the oldest parts of Moscow, avoid the crowds and turn to the side streets and boulevards where calmness and affordable food is plentiful.