See why so many travellers make Ibis Moscow Centre Bakhrushina their hotel of choice when visiting Moscow. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as St. Basil's Cathedral (1.3 mi) and Grand Kremlin Palace (1.3 mi), guests of Ibis Moscow Centre Bakhrushina can easily experience some of Moscow's most well known attractions.
Ibis Moscow Centre Bakhrushina is a quiet hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Moscow. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to White Rabbit, Lavkalavka Restaurant, or Khachapuri. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Porosello, WE Cidreria, or Beer Harbor.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Bunker-42 Cold War Museum at Taganka (0.6 mi), The State Tretyakov Gallery (0.7 mi), and Lenin's Mausoleum (1.2 mi), which are some popular Moscow attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
At Ibis Moscow Centre Bakhrushina, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Moscow.
As always very good location for my duty trips to Moscow! Clean and comfortable room and bed! During my vacation everything was upon to standards. Staff are professionals, food is tasty^ breakfast okay
Business trip. Denied check-in, since the duty manager seemed to make up her own migration laws. Finally accepted to check-in after a full hour of hassle. Really bad. And the next day power outage for hours on end. The evacuation stairs are without emergency light, which is very unsafe & supposedly a breach of the law.
As USUAL very good location for my duty trips to Moscow! Clean and comfortable room and bed! Unable to understand of online-check-in and online check-out??? no separate line/officer?! You have to sign same papers as w/o this "fast" procedures?! You have to wait for printing out the bill...(((
Reception was empty, when i entered the hotel. Had to look for someone. My booking was confirmed and payed but hotel staff could not find it for 3 hours. Advised me to go for a walk, and come back at 8 pm. The worst reception staff. Room was with the window but window faced the old wall 1miter way, bed sheets had someones black hair on it. Don't be surprised, if on the breakfast you will see hotel staff trying to squeeze you, to get coffee first from the machine. I guess they (hotel staff) have a tradition to have breakfast all together with the guests. Looks like they usually getting the biggest table and dine together. But some are getting late for the breakfast fest, so in rush to catch up with colleagues they will never mind to push you aside, from the coffee mashine. What a lay back hotel managment. Looks like it's a dream job for employees but if you pay money for the room --- surprise waiting for you! The only good about this hotel is location, no doubts.…
I have stayed at the hotel a number of times, and each time I am captivated by the friendliness and genuine warmth of the staff - starting with the reception area, the security, the management team, everyone is ever so inviting and good-hearted. The hotel is also impeccably clean, has warm showers, the beds are exceptionally comfortable and generally - I could not recommend it enough.
Room was small even with the nice upgrade provide by the very nice and efficient staff. Place is walking distance from subway station (2 stops from kremlin as instance) recommande the place for a short stay 3/4 days.
The hotel is conveniently located near to 2 metro stations.The check in staff speaks English and is helpful. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The air conditioning can improve.The breakfast is good.
“The team at ibis Moscow Centre Bakhrushina are looking forward to welcoming you” – an extract from email received prior to our stay At no time did we feel welcome ! Having stayed in this hotel previously and contributed to them receiving the “2017 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence “ which is hung in the reception area, the hotel is now resting on their laurels. Whilst most of the current reviews are glowing of this property, there are a few reviewers daring to speak the truth. marekj856 wrote a review Apr. 2019 “Unfriendly place. Strange service. You are there a number not a person. The people working there some months ago were not anymore visible” Another said “despite the low staff quality” Ranjan_K_Singh said “Some Water?” When we were making the reservations earlier this year, paying for rooms in advance for 3 different periods resulted in receiving unsolicited email requesting payment on some obscure portal – not the usual Accor website. Having made numerous Accor reservations over the years in several locations, this request caused me anxiety regarding my credit card security. During this recent trip staying in Accor hotels in Russia in 4 locations, this ibis hotel was the only one where we experienced problems with check-in – and on all 3 occasions with similar issues – specifically being allowed access into the room before the 1400 hrs. We were offered check in prior if we were prepared to pay for it – so there were obviously rooms available. At the third time staying at this hotel , we were “offered” the possibility of a room being available around 10 – 11 AM. After a 4 ½ hour wait to 12:30 hours and seeing other guests arrive and get checked in straight to their room around 11:30 hours – and the male reception person that made the offer to us, had conveniently disappeared. When I challenged the current manager and said “it needs to work both ways – if we check out at 1000 hrs where check out time is 1200 hrs – you are only too happy to accept this benefit”. Furthermore, I had received an email saying “your key will be ready for you when you arrive”. This was misleading and a false statement. BEDS ! branded Sweet Bed thin mattress on top of another with saggy edges - resulted in me falling out of bed one night. TAXI 600 Rubble for what was 400 Rubble 3 years ago – a 50% increase for same destination . Seemed to be Collusion with hotel and their chosen taxi service. Ibis recommended taxi services in 3 other cities in Russia cost only 120 to 180 Rubble for similar distances traveled. WATER – Accor policy in other hotels to only supply water upon arrival but requests to room service staff / reception was always met without fuss in other hotels stayed. In this hotel, a request for water from house keeping seemed to be a major ordeal and met with “ contact reception “. On this absurd policy, if I had made 3 separate reservations for 3 continuing nights, management would have had the expense of fully serving the rooms each day AND had to provide 2 NEW waters each day. BAR CLOSED – advised to go to the adjacent Mercure Hotel Bar - where at 1800 hrs – the bar- man had his head buried in the computer - walked past us 3 times totally ignoring our presence seated at the bar. Record keeping questionable with reception staff refusing to issue tax invoice in my name saying a another member of our group of 3 had paid for the accommodation – which was incorrect. They would only agree upon seeing my wife’s credit card. The manager seemed to be very young for her role and by her own admission, had been the manager for only 2 weeks. It was apparent she knows little about hospitality – only towing the ibis corporate line (“We must strictly follow the standards our region sets us” ) and did not offer solutions to issues affecting guests – could not think laterally outside the corporate box and only ever offered excuses. Ultimate responsibility for staff performance must lay with the manager and other issues such as the reception staff with their heads always buried in computers and house-keeping / room service coming to our room at 1700 hrs and 1800 hrs - when many guests are in the room preparing to go out for evening would indicate insufficient staff numbers.…
Good location. Walking distance to metro station to get around the city, and also walking distance to train station to get to airport. Decent hotel, clean rooms, good breakfast. A bit hard to communicate with staff members in English on more difficult topics (for example we needed help to book a tour but they couldn't understand) however it was Ok for more general enquiries (e.g. WiFi password, breakfast start time, etc).
The check in was very fast and Alex did a nice job The kitchen restaurant serves basic food choices, tasty dishes at least. Breakfast is plenty and very European (not good choice for Asians ) Internet runs ok Room and bed are comfy. Ibis standard, nothing more nothing less.