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Stayed here for one night in the double bed room. Could not sleep at all as the room has no noise isolation, feels like you are sleeping in the middle of the hall with people going by, talking and making all sorts of noise at...More
We stayed here for 5 nights and was pleasantly surprised. We were a bit worried when firstly we really struggled to find the entrance, and then when we finally got there, English is very very basic. However Vladimir was very helpful and we managed to...More
I recently stayed at this hostel while visiting moscow and must say it was a good choice. the staff were very friendly and helpful , conditions were ok and the crowd was peaceful. its also located in a very convenient and safe part of the...More
The location is OK. But the staff not good at English. You can take the Metro to the Hostel. The Hostel is ten minutes can go to the big supermarker which is very beautiful. There were two floor
each floor have a bothroom , one...More
I, too, was a little shocked by the old and ripped synthetic bedlinen, but that's probably my only complaint. Well, the other thing is that common areas are rather small: the kitchen is minimal and the sitting-down area near the reception is narrow. That is...More
Tverskaya can’t be discovered with just a first glance, the neighborhood is shaped around a long street populated with well-known shops and brands. But it’s more than shopping that makes this place interesting. Take a few steps into the streets running parallel to the main artery to discover the charm just behind the mighty Stalinist style architecture. Comfy European pedestrian streets Bolshaya Dmitrovka or
Stoleshnikov lane are a great place to start. Locals can be found here working, eating, shopping, resting and going to the Bolshoi Theatre in the evening.