Ratings based on 91 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Lana from Boston,MA
Great locationPosted Nov 23, 2013
Pros: location,nice clean rooms
Very close to center,right at the Subway,great staff and breakfast
Recommendedby sidney from Nashville
Shoppers ParadisePosted Nov 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
It is a perfect location for ladies, because there are at least 50, if not 100 stores catering to ladies right under the building as you take the stairs to the subway, so it makes the location ideal to catch the subway/train and get to parts of the city that you need too. And don't forget to open the valve to your steam heater in your rooms where Moscow, uses steam heat, considering there are only two warm months(June/July), otherwise the breakfast buffet will fill you up!
for Everyoneby Ann from London
Nice hotel for first time visitors to MoscowPosted Oct 31, 2013
Pros: The location, the staff and the price. The transport links were also excellent. Free wifi - very helpful.
Cons: The rooms are very standard - not really an issue though.
Location: Well located, on top of a metro station, very convenient. There are many restaurants and small grocery stores & a pharmacy (English speaking) nearby.
2 women travelling to Moscow for the first time - we found this to be an excellent hotel - the location is on top of a metro station meaning that the links to central Moscow are fantastic. The staff were incredibly helpful providing info on taxis for the airport (& booking it for us), circus shows etc. The breakfast was more than adequate but standard breakfast buffet to be honest. We only ate the cold food on offer so cannot comment on hot food, if there was any. The breakfast room is slightly weird but it all adds to the experience. All in all, a good hotel, offering excellent value for money in an otherwise expensive city. Well positioned and incredibly friendly. An excellent choice for both business and tourist travellers alike.
for Familiesby Hosam Andijani from Saudi Arabia
Nice hotelPosted Oct 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel is very nice considering it's rating as three star hotel. I can rate it 5 for value for money. The best thing about it is being two steps way from the metro station and having lots of servicing stores in the surrounding neighborhood. Fast food, mobile stores, bars, bakery, and supermarket are all around. When you are in Moscow in a vacation and you are a metro user, you have all Moscow when you have direct access to Metro. Considering other hotels (5*) I stayed in Moscow, this was better for me due to location. However, you should be carful during late night time as I could not feel safety in the street. We had two rooms each are business rooms in good rate. The hotel does not have two business room in the same level to serve our need of connecting rooms. We could manage it staying in different levels in the hotel. Beds are separated in business rooms (no queen or king size bed). All levels has a safety door that opens with a room key. Reception staff normally are trainees who speak little enough English with a fluent supervisor comes on a need.
for Everyoneby henry from manchester uk
A very friendly,comfortable yet basic hotel.Posted Oct 26, 2013
Hotel is very convenient for the metro and reception staff were very helpful.
Recommendedby Jenny from USA
Unexpectedly great!Posted Oct 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel was a great surprise! Although it's not much to look at from the outside, and the lobby was excessively smoky, it was a great place to stay and the rooms on our non-smoking floor did not smell like smoke at all. The hotel was extraordinarily close to the metro and only a few stops from downtown, so we definitely feel like we got what we were looking for. This hotel is probably best for those who have some Russian language ability and perhaps those who feel comfortable in Russia. Room service was probably the weakest point of our stay, in that the food we wanted was not available through the regular room service and they didn't have enough staff to bring our order to us in our room or to pick up the dishes afterwards. So room service consisted of us making several telephone calls to try to order (in Russian), then going down to the Lobby Bar to order in person, waiting for the food, and carrying it to our room ourselves. After eating, we returned the dishes to the Lobby Bar. That said, there are other restaurants within a few blocks and some kiosks where you can pick up food on the go.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Michael from Israel
Very nice hotel, near MetroPosted Oct 9, 2013
Pros: Studio rooms has great bath which was a nice surprise
Location: Really close to the Metro station, which is great for people using public transport.
Few things one should know(was unexpected for me but not a problem at all): You'll need a room key card to pass from elevators to the rooms on your floor Also you'll need a room key card to pass from reception to the elevators.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Very strange decorPosted Oct 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
This Hotel does represent excellent value for money. The exterior and surroundings of the area are not very appealing, but the hotel is literally a few paces from the Metro and two stops you are at the Kremlin/Red Square. The rooms are exceptionally clean and fully equipped with all you could need. The dining area is site to be seen, the decor is not in keeping with the rooms and to describe it as kitsch is an understatement. The buffet breakfast is well stocked and offers great value. Overall for the price, location and convenience to the metro, I think this hotel is very good value. The staff were also very helpful and all spoke excellent English.
Recommendedby Tom from Miami beach
Posted Sep 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
I paid for a double but they charged me more for the second person. Not the most friendly people. Room was small with quite small twin beds. We left a day early even though we paid for it.