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The hotel staff were very unfriendly and rude from the moment we arrived. They asked us for our registration and we had only been registered in one hotel (we have stayed in 4 hotels in Moscow so far). None of the other hotels cared or...More
Considering how expensive moscow is, this is probably the cheapest private room hotel with breakfast + wifi you will find within moscow.
However don't expect anything great here, I stayed on the West side of the hotel which is a shabby apartment building, newly refurbished...More
A positive experience. We felt safe at the hotel. Baikal is short walk away to the Metro. Very clean area. Surtainly the place for our next stay in Moscow. A fine surprise was that the shared bathroom at the corridor, was a fine bathroom only...More
This is the kind of place no literal person would ever book for themselves unless someone rather stingy would have arranged it for them for the sake of saving money only, no matter how disgusting it is (like an organisation with a very tight budget...More
Horrible place, cheap by Moscow standards, but the quality is below even the cheapest motels in the US. We had a meeting arranged in the nearby area early in the morning, and booked the hotel to save some time on commuting. The street noise was...More
$28 - $100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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