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Izmailovo Gamma Delta
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Reviewed August 1, 2012

In city center of Moscow the hotel prices are sky high. This hotel was clean nice hotel, and its right next to Partisanskaja metro station. Prices are much lower here, breakfast was included too.
Very near the hotel, there is a market area Vernisas. Worth visiting, at least if you are looking for souvenirs.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

Spent 3 nights at this hotel as part of a tour, so we did not choose the property. Had very low expectations for Russia accommodation and was pleasantly surprised. As this complex was constructed for the Olympics, it is absolutely huge. Very easy to find your way around though.

We were able to check in very early (around 8:30am) after our overnight train from St Petersburg (***if you are doing these trains, I recommend upgrading to 2nd class with a 4 berth rather than the 3rd class open sleeper - it was not a pleasant journey!!) We had a room on the 27th floor and it was very large and comfortable. The bathroom was fairly modern and the bed reasonable.

There was wifi throughout the hotel which was not incredibly fast but good enough to check emails/facebook etc.

The breakfast buffet was huge - so much to choose from. Some slightly odd choices, but I suspect this is traditional Russian fare - it is Russia after all! Although some people have complained this room was not big enough for the size of the hotel, it was never full when we were there and we never had difficulty getting a table rightaway.

We ate dinner once at one of the hotel's restaurants - not too badly priced and the food was decent enough. There is also a shopping mall across from the hotel with a small foodcourt upstairs and a supermarket downstairs. We went there a few times to buy fresh fruit, juice etc as there was a fridge in the room.

There are also the markets opposite the hotel which are definitely worth a look through - there are a few stalls outside the main entrance or you can go in for just 10 RUB - worth it. It was by far the cheapest place we found to get souvenirs and not having to get into and out of town was an added bonus. Just beware that the Russians can get quite upset if you try and barter too much - we witnessed lots of people copping abuse in Russian and was a little scary.

The metro into the centre of Moscow is relatively easy once you have worked it out, though the first time is quite confusing. We had our tour guide to explain it so very easy. We also used the metro and bus to get out to Domodedovo airport.. an interesting experience... it requires a change of metros, then locating the bus which is not clearly signed when you exit the metro station.. we allowed plenty of time and asked around. Eventually we spotted a bus showing an airport sign - not the one we wanted but the driver pointed us in the right direction. Always helps if you can say "please/thank you" in Russian. We had very mixed responses speaking English - some people were happy to speak it and quite polite, others refused to speak to us at all..!!

All in all, not a bad choice for Moscow and as I understand, the price is far far cheaper than some of the central hotels. I would happily stay here again if we were to return to Moscow as I know my way around and would find it quite easy a second time around!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 21, 2012

The hotel complex is huge but we had no problems and it seemed well run. The room was nice and the on site restaurant just outside the reception was also good. There is a market just outside that sells alot of touristy things but it was fun to wander around.for a while and pick a few bits. Remember to haggle. The train station is very close by and can get you to red square and other places of interest in good time. There are some shops and a kebab place near the hotel aswell but it didnt always feel safe at night,nothing happened it was just the many drunks and general vibe so dont let that put you off venturing to the shops just be aware. We purchased a set of 10 train tickets to be used onthe underground that works out cheaper than seperate tickets. Also there is a park very near the hotel within easy walking distancethat has a big ferris wheel great for views and a lake that has some historical value, I think it was wwhere peter the great used to practise naval battles as a boy.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank ccc03
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Reviewed July 2, 2012

We have stayed here three times now, the last time for 2.5 weeks (for seminars we attend in Moscow). Moscow prices can be really crazy, so we found this place to be excellent value for money. They advertise as "3 stars" but I would say it's a very good 3 stars. Really if it were newer / more modern you would call it 4 stars. (Compare it to what Egypt hotels call 5 stars and this one wins.)

The fitness center is really 5 star - probably because it's externally owned/managed as a business which hotel guests can visit. Other highlights include the range of restaurants. The buffet is quite good for 500 RUB ($17 or so). OK it's not high cuisine but not bad as far as all you can eat goes, especially at Moscow prices. My only complaint about the buffet is that it shuts at 10pm. With the sun going down at near midnight in the summer, it's easy to forget dinner until after that. The other restaurants open late. There are also really good restaurants right outside the hotel and around the metro station.

If I was being picky, I would point out that they could not guarantee us a non-smoking room in advance as their reservation system isn't up to it. But they had no trouble finding us one on the day. (On our first visit we had to swap after a few days.)

I could add that their "queen" is in fact two single bets shoved together. However I've found that this is really the norm in Russia so it's hard to fault them for it. Queen beds just aren't common in a country with apartments the size of shoeboxes.

Access to the metro is great, and another real bonus is the little shopping mall with supermarket and affordable clothing stores just 5 minutes away. Also out the front of the hotel is a little "kremlin" (a reconstructed Russian fort) and a tourist market selling all the typical Russian knick-knacks like Russian dolls, knives, Soviet memorabilia, etc. Good for souvenirs and gifts.

Room Tip: insist on non-smoking at check-in
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank MagicTravels
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

This hotel is great for anyone who wants to visit Moscow without being ripped off. The prices from hotels in Moscow city center are insane and beat any other capital in Europe by far. Izmailovo is an exception and provides good accommodation for a relatively low price.

The hotel is located within 2 minutes walk from Partizanskaya metro station, which is 15 min ride from Red Square. The personnel at the hotel speaks perfect English; check in went fast. The rooms do not look fancy, but are fresh and clean. A good hotel all in all. As a bonus, we got a really nice view over Izmailovskiy Park from our room on the 19th floor :)

Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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