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By far the best "hostel" I have been to. It's clean, the common kitchen area is very cozy and has more than you need to cook and prepare meals. The limited number of guests also serves for a relaxed, quiet and friendly atmosphere. The kitchen,...More
Great location near two metro stations (different lines). Desk staff great. Tiny room, but good enough for solo traveller and short stay. Kitchen superb, but honestly need another toilet. Con: hostel hard to locate -- even with directions and Google map.
It's only 30 seconds from the Tretyakovskaya metro station, 1 minute from the Novokuznetskaya metro station - both of which would get you to the train station, Red Square/Kremlin, Gorky Park and the meeting place for the free walking tour within 1 stop. If you...More
We arrived on the very early morning train (5.30) so we got to this hostel very, very early in the morning. It was pretty hard to find, our taxi driver struggled, and it wasn't helped by the fact that the hostel seemed to be operating...More
Fantastic location right next to the metro station and a 10-15 minute walk from the Kremlin and Red Sq. Cleanliness is a theme here very well kept to a good standard and shoes swapped for sandals at the door. Staff very friendly and helpful. Room...More
US$16 - US$49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It wouldn’t be a mistake to call Pyatnitskaya street the main axis of this neighborhood – turn one direction and you’ll find the Tretyakov Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane, turn another – a hip Scandinavian restaurant. Old churches now embrace contemporary life with style and grace. Going to Zamoskvorechye is like visiting during the times when it was a medieval Russian quarter, but with a modern twist of 20th
century buildings pushing themselves into the 21st century with new businesses opening weekly. Stroll down Pyatnitskaya to taste dozens of global cuisines – from Ukrainian and Georgian to Thai and American.