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Our room here was really nice and the kitchen was fantastic - the owner lives here, so everything is well maintained. The walls were a little thin (or perhaps we just had noisy guests next door!) and the blind didn't cover all of the window,...More
The hotel is rather difficult to find. Once you find it, you will encounter a very unfriendly security guard in the entrance to the building. The staff of the hotel speak basic english. The rooms of the hotel are comfortable despite the fact our heating...More
I stayed w/ friends there in October 2014. It's a comfortable hostel in the center of Moscow. We liked it but there were some disadvantages. There are not enough as folks and spoons, no microwave and it was rather cold in a room. But all...More
It was very nice and handy place to stay. Room was clean and cosy. Kitchen has a lot of equipment but no microwave. They have "no drinking alcoholic baverages" policy we had no idea about when we were comming, but it was not a problem...More
Staying in a hostel can be a tricky if you want a clean, quiet, and respectable place, but this is it. I stayed in the "VIP" room which afforded a private bath and a larger accommodation, but friends stayed in the standard room, and both...More
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.