We needed a hotel in Moscow for 2 nights pending a Sapsan train ride to Saint Petersburg. After poring over countless hotel reviews (mostly bad) we selected the Okhotnik as it was near both SVO airport and the train station. It was also opposite a Metro station with banking, shops and restaurants just a stone throw away.
A welcome surprise for Moscow, the reception spoke English so booking in and asking simple directions was not a problem.
The hotel itself was a budget hotel but very comfortable, had an elevator and supplied a reasonable breakfast for us non-europeans. A taxi was easily arranged on our departure (non-official) with a fixed price, sometimes hard to get in Russia. The driver didn't speak English but knew where to take us.
It may be a little out of the way for a longer stay but the Metro is fantastic and at 30 roubles a day (as long as you don't exit) it's great value. We rode the Metro for most of our spare day as we were going to Moscow city eventually on a cruise from Saint Petersburg. Some of the stations are really beautiful and well worth seeing.
I would recommend the Okhotnik hotel for a short stay and, if you don't mind the Metro to find your way around, the convenience of the station at your doorstep is hard to beat.