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I'm an American who recently stayed at this hotel with a colleague. The hotel is basic, but functional, and it was at our price point.
One positive was the breakfast, which was simple, but filling. It consisted daily of Russian porridge (kasha), sausage (both a...More
I initially had a wonderful stay at Ozerkovskaya Hotel. This hotel is simple, but provides everything you need for a comfortable vacation. It is not, however, a boutique hotel (as advertised). Breakfast is included and served until 11:00. The hotel is in close proximity to...More
Located in a large courtyard just a few steps away from the Garden Ring (and 6 minutes walk from Paveletsky railway/Metro stations), the hotel is old-fashioned but by no means shabby. Everything's new and in perfect working order. Spacious bathtub, shiny bathroom facilities, comfy bed...More
Response from Ilya L, Менеджер по связям с общественностью at Ozerkovskaya HotelResponded July 15, 2014
Спасибо Вам за отзыв!
К сожалению, в бесплатный завтрак завтрак входит только растворимый кофе.
Но за отдельную плату наш бармен...More
My wife, daughter and I have just spent four nights at this hotel, it was a lovely basic hotel. The Hotel was very very clean, the room we stopped in had a massive bathroom with a shower and bath. There was a entrance hall ,...More
We stayed 3 nights at Ozerkovskaya hotel. On the good side, the hotel is really well located if you fly into Domededovo airport as it is 5minute walking distance from the Paveletskaya train station. The hotel is 20-25 min walk to the Kremlin and is...More
$57 - $108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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