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All reviewsbasic requirementsfew channelsminute walkred squareattached restaurantquiet streetwalking distancetwin roomnice breakfastfifth floorlocation is greatexploring moscowstayed here for two nightsan expensive citystaff at receptionby footsafe area
Stayed there while on a business trip. The hotel lobby looks fantastic and ornate while the rooms look like something out of the 70's. A huge TV, and I do not mean the screen but the size of the TV takes half the working desk...More
Came for 2 nights to Moscow, and stayed at this hotel.
Very comfortable rooms. One problem - had a room ("comfort") at 7th floor, but the elevator is just up to 5th :(
The location is perfect. Near the new+old Arbat street.
12 minutes by...More
A splendid foyer gives way to somewhat less splendorous rooms but even at that they are still a good bit above the basic requirements. Good wifi throughout, quiet rooms, spacious, desk, tv, fridge etc in rooms. Bathroom a bit smaller but good shower. Room service...More
The location is great, right in the midlle of the down town. The breakfast is also great. Unfortunatelly the cleanliness of the hotel on a very low grading. Obvioulsy theu do not clean the rooms every day. The staff does not speak english
We stayed at the Arbat House Apartments. This is within 2 minutes walking distance from the Arbat House hotel. Location of the apartment is safe, quiet & price was reasonable. It was a studio apartment with small kitchenette, fridge, microwave & some crockery/cutlery (good enough...More
Crowds of tourists, both local and international take in Old Arbat and its modern and gigantic peer – New Arbat. One reason visitors keep coming is no doubt Konstantin Melnikov’s famous private house, now open to the public and worthy of a visit. After exploring one of the oldest parts of Moscow, avoid the crowds and turn to the side streets and boulevards where calmness and affordable food is plentiful.