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Clean rooms, good breakfast buffet. A wonderful, clean hotel. Perfect location - a subway and a shopping center right across the street. New and modern facilities and design. Very quite. Great value for money. Popular with guests booking hotels in Moscow.
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Set in the famous Arbat district, it is a 2-minute walk from Smolenskaya Metro Station. A wellness center with gym and a small sauna and free Wi-Fi are offered by this elegant hotel in Moscow. The Mercure Arbat exceeded my expectations. It offers free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool and modern spa facilities.
Staff is very friendly and helpful in case required. Hotel Garden Ring offers use of the spa with indoor swimming pool. Super clean. Great breakfast.
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Helpful staff. A minute walk from the Moscow Kremlin and St. Everything was perfect. We came early but they gave us room without charge. The elegant Savoy Hotel with classic, Italian-style furniture provides luxurious rooms.
Benefit from the indoor pool. The Kremlin is located less than a minute walk away. Everything was great. Rooms Clasic are big, nice and clean, also bathrooms Location is perfect. Offering panoramic city views, a stylish indoor pool and an award-winning bar, this hotel in the heart of Moscow is a 5-minute walk from the Paveletskaya Metro Station.
Very professional and courteous staff. Always accommodating. Spectacular views. Radisson Blu Olympiyskiy Hotel is located next to the Prospekt Mira avenue and Olympic Stadium, offering breathtaking views of the capital. Great value hotel! Nice, big rooms and great customer service. Located in Moscow, Gregory Hotel features a shared lounge and bar. Conveniently located in the Basmanny district, the hotel is located 3. It is right next to a bank and grocery store. These are two things that travelers require. Located in Moscow, 3. Staff helped me, when I had some problems with reservation on booking.
Chalet Country Club Sheremetyevo features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Molzhaninovsky district of Moscow. Clean and cosy room. Good service and great value for your money. Location is near Red square, Saint Basil Cathedral and staff are very nice, speak english very well. Great location, the room was super clean and quiet. Featuring a shared lounge, Radio Hotel Moscow is located in Moscow, 3. Located conveniently in the Basmanny district, this hotel is located 3. The furnishings and. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk and free WiFi.
The hotel offers a shared lounge. Perfect, central Moscow location. Great and helpful staff. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Located in Moscow, a minute walk from Tretyakov Gallery, Balchug Viewpoint Hotel has a number of amenities including a garden, a terrace and a bar.
New clean snd comfortable place. Great location. Set within 0. The staff especially Jan was very friendly and helpful. Amazing stuff Clean Great location Friendly. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. Teatralnaya Metro Station is a 7-minute walk away. Everything with special hospitality. We will definitely come again. Free wifi is a bit slow. You need to pay extra for a regular wifi. That is a bit disappointing. Housed in an elegant building dating back to with a private garden, this central Moscow hotel is feet from Arbatskaya Metro Station.
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How to choose a hotel in Moscow: Your guide for every travel occasion
An error has occurred. We've sent you an email so you can confirm your subscription. It is extra large and expensive city, you need several days to see the most interesting churches, museums and squares. Best option when saving money is to buy food in shops, taxi is expensive and some people can offer driving you for money but I did not like to take risk. The metro is best option to go around. Large chain of hotels may offer good price for a room.
There are still traces of communism in people behaviour. I booked Moscow as a weekend getaway on a whim. Afterwards, obtaining the Russian visa was a rather difficult and dreadful process and hearing stories from our colleagues I must admit I had a rather bleak expectation of Moscow.
We went in December for New Years. I must tell you ignore the stories and do not be put off by the visa application process. It is a great city! The food is superb and there is so much to see. So much history and art. I thought a long weekend would be enough time but certainly it is not.
I recommend staying near the Kremlin as it is quite central to walk around. The people are very helpful, despite their stoic demeanour and overall I found this city to be absolutely beautiful. I never felt unsafe and although many Russians do not smile nor speak English, they tried their hardest to be helpful, including the police.
Recommendations: Cafe Pushkin was spectacular. Gorky Park, the Kremlin, and several of the churches are definitely worth seeing. I also highly highly recommend seeing a ballet at the Bolshoi theatre if you can swing it. It was a beautiful show in a beautiful venue. I would avoid eating at the hotel as there are so many nice restaurants in the city. We ate at the hotel one night and it was overpriced and mediocre. Definitely go out to eat! Moscow has tons of cultural things to discover, not only the famous sights like Red Square and Tretyakov gallery.
I recommend travelling by metro because it is really easy to get around. But one should at least be able to read the station names in Cyrillic.
For normal, every day dining that is inexpensive, I recommend the restaurants in the big shopping centres, like the Atrium shopping centre near Kurskiy railway station. Very nice was also Lavka-Lavka, which is a restaurant that serves food sourced from local Russian farmers outside Moscow.
If you do not speak Russian, I would recommend you phone the reception of your planned hotel to check if they speak English. Dinner and cocktails at Cafe Pushkin off Tverskaya were exceptional. At the more rustic end the Ukrainian restaurant next to Hotel Veliy was excellent value good service and open early and late. Kremlin and Red Square and St Basil's are unmissable sights but also recommend the Soviet statue "graveyard" in Gorky Park especially the modern installation around the Stalin statue - very moving. Log in Join. Follow my suggested itinerary and …". One Day in Moscow.
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