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Reviewed December 18, 2011

Hotels with a location close to the metro are convenient, especially in Moscow. The Maxima Panorama has adequate sized rooms with excellent security and convenient internet access. There are tables in the restaurant room sufficient for small group meetings and discussions. A number of good restaurants are within a few minutes walking distance of the hotel. The reception is manned with English speaking personnel who are helpful with information and suggestions. Hotel can organize

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled on business
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Thank trothportland
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Reviewed November 26, 2011

I stayed here for one night while visiting Moscow. This hotel is very close to the Metro (it's basically behind Avtozavodskaya station). It looks a bit shady from the outside - first you have to walk through groups of congregating teenagers outside the Metro, and into what looks like an apartment building. However once inside it's actually quite nice. The room was small but clean, and had a nice city view. Buffet breakfast was fantastic - the best of my Russian trip!! The only fault was the room had extremely thin walls - I could hear my neighbor coughing and clearing his throat.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled solo
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1  Thank thenewval
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Reviewed November 23, 2011

as mentioned in the subject, this hotel is affordable. i can say that i paid for more than i expected. it is right at the metro station (just that you need to know which exit you are supposed to your left hand side)

the service was great, staff are friendly. room is a bit small but then it is still clean and neat

no complain about it and i will definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who is going to moscow

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Wanson
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Reviewed November 20, 2011

I was under the impression that all hotels in Moscow are either very expensive or really bad, or far away from the center. Maxima Panorama is mostly a buisiness Hotel, within the range of affortable going to expensive but there is a metro station outside the hotel(only 3 stops to the center).The hotel was clean and had basic safety precautions(you need the room key to access the floors) and a guard at the entrance (that never pays attention).The reception staff excluding the ones that were on duty when we arrived November 5th barely spoke english and were rude in a way snobbish and not helpful at all(and how could they be?they couldn't understand us!) unexeptable in my opinion the lack of English language knowledge.The room was small small small.The walls made it easy to have friends since you could literally hear everything that happened next door.The replacement of toilet paper would seem like a luxury...I had to ask twice (2 different days) in order to have toilet paper.The 3rd day we came to find that the radiator didn't work(imagine in Moscow with -3C) they sent to us the floor manager(kind lady by the way-no english speaking of course) who after informing the reception (in russian) gave us the phone in order for the reception clerk to explain what happened.The reception clerk told us that the radiator was now on but it would take a little time to heat up and if we wanted an electric one until then, i declined the electric one but the floor manager insisted(really hard to bring me one)and inspite my refusals she did.It was a good thing she did because the radiator didn't work at all until we left.I think she knew it was broken that is why she insisted.But i take the reception clerk as responsible for lying to us not telling us the truth, seriously November in Moscow without heat what was she thinking???????????The breakfast included had a variety of options nothing special but for tastes(i personally enjoyed it).The staff in the breakfast area-especially a woman in charge-was thought to be extremely rude and bossy, but after a few days getting to know her, she just knew few words in English and only used them in every occasion ,even if sometimes she sounded like giving orders, she was ok just the language barrier again!The Restaurant was an experience by itself!Don't go there if you take things seriously.It was loud loud music and people having fun and dancing and singing,unbelievable interior(same room with the breakfast) stuffed animals,animals heads on the walls,painted walls,fake plants,green lights,heavy fabrics(curtains) they even had shisha!!!Only one waiter could hardly take an english order,the food was ok(russian cuisine but also some unexplainable dishes like banana beef) and the price ok too, if you could see it as a cultural experience then it is ok.
The ground bar,said that didn't serve alcohol but they served beer!!!The prices for coffee and beer were ok the service made you think that it was a self service bar,basic english were spoken.
If i could avoid going back there..i would definetely.
But to my regret and small Moscow experience...it is difficult to find something cheap and decent.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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5  Thank anna z
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Reviewed November 17, 2011

I almost hate to write this review but I've become quite fond of this hotel now staying here 3 times this year a week each time. The people who write about the riff raff outside the hotel are clearly sheltered individuals and never see people socializing :) I have walked around this neighborhood at all hours of the day or night without issue. Yes there may be a few drunks around late at night but no one has ever bothered me here. There are quite a few restaurants, cafes, and shops in this area and a mall that has millions of shoes. The rooms are clean, the staff is attractive and friendly, the furnishings are modern and new. The location though not in central Moscow is very close to everything and the Metro stop just steps in front of the hotel. And if you look around you can almost always find room at or below $100 per night before tax. The breakfast while not to the best has lots of options and if you are ingenuitive you can easily make breakfast that's edible. Such as Muesli with Kefir or porridge with fruits etc.. I'm not sure anyone who could eat breakfast at a hotel more than a few days and not get bored anyway. And for those who say this isn't the most romantic hotel clearly need to think outside the box a little bit. I have spent 3 weeks in paradise at the Maxima Panorama.

Room Tip: As long as it has a window you will get a great view of the cityscape
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank gurutogo
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