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If you like small friendly hotels, then this is not the one for you ! The staff at reception were very unhelpful and barely polite. I have never stayed in such an unfriendly hotel! The provided breakfast was minimal and there was very little choice...More
This hotel has an unbeatable location! Right in the middle of a charming street with tons of good restaurants! Five minutes walking to the Bolshoi, ten minutes walking to the Red Square and the Kremlin. Room is clean, but really really small. There is no...More
It is a tiny hotel squished between two restaurants with a patios. The room was quite small, my bed appeared to be not much larger than a single bed and there is no lift so you will have to take the stairs in this walk...More
Me and my wife stayed there for three nights during a long weekend. Is an excellent location for visiting Moscow, for going to Bolshoi theater to enjoy a ballet or an opera, to enjoy a street dinner. This street (Kamergersky Pereulok) is a pedestrian one...More
I stayed at the Kamergersky Hotel (which is the correct name of it, as far as I can tell -- not the more convoluted name given on Trip Advisor) for six nights in May 2016. It is a new hotel in a renovated portion of...More
US$62 - US$170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Tverskaya can’t be discovered with just a first glance, the neighborhood is shaped around a long street populated with well-known shops and brands. But it’s more than shopping that makes this place interesting. Take a few steps into the streets running parallel to the main artery to discover the charm just behind the mighty Stalinist style architecture. Comfy European pedestrian streets Bolshaya Dmitrovka or
Stoleshnikov lane are a great place to start. Locals can be found here working, eating, shopping, resting and going to the Bolshoi Theatre in the evening.