Reviews of Hotels in Moscow
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nice hotel i wish i would be there with my love
Outstanding hotel and service.Rooms are comfortable,with a great view (if facing river). Clean rooms, large luxurious washrooms, with high ceilings.It is close to Old Arbath street (forgive my "russian" spelling). One note, taxi drivers will rip you off to get there. (for that matter you need to negotiate and ask for a price) Old Arbath is pedestrian zone with beautiful jaw dropping looking women... :) loved the stay in this amazing hotel.
I want 2 rooms 1 king size and 1 with 2 beds dates is june 23 to june 27 2012 4 nights total also transfer from airport to hotel round trip and visa soport
The rooms were spacious and adequate. The food was fantastic. I liked the location and the food a lot. Did I mention I liked the foooooooood!!!
it sounds like a great hotel and i cant wait to visit it this summer.
I have stayed in the Palace Hotel several times. The rooms are great and the breakfast buffets are incredible.
I am very surprised to see such positive reviews here about Napoleon. I stayed at Napoleon hostel during my trip last summer. While the location was convenient in Kitai Gorod, it's really nothing more than a fourth floor apartment. The two showers were not nearly enough for the number of people they packed in. And the hostel is in pretty much desperate need of renovation. Guests were boozing and jumping around all night, not giving anyone a chance to sleep. I ending up moving to another hostel for the duration of my stay. There seems to be a nice selection of better hostels. AVOID!
This was one of the best hostel experiences I've ever had (and I've stayed at a lot of hostels around Europe). The owner and staff were incredibly helpful, even helping me sort out train tickets. The atmosphere here is friendly and fun.
It's now a Hilton and still somewhat fair priced. Excellent location close to the metro. I'd recommend this place. Clean, quiet no hassle place
A one of a kind experience, we surely recommend it!
One of the best options for their stay in Moscow on price and quality. Comfortable rooms with free internet, great breakfast, close to the subway.
The Hotel Ukraina unfortunately closed its doors forever. Nowadays, it is a Radisson Hotel. I haven't been there yet, but I cannot imagine, that it still has the same old charme, like it used to be. And the prices...
it is very nice hotel,clean and don't forget that is just 4 stars hotel!!!! for 4 stars is perfect hotel. i like it
I can't say enough good things about this place. The staff are very friendly and extremely helpful, and the accommodations are clean and nicer than most hostels, plus the location is perfect. This is definitely the best place to stay in Moscow if you're on a budget. Napoleon made my trip so much better!
It's an extravagant location now. View is wonderful as you say.
A perfectly adequate stay for several days in Moscow.
For Business trip, the location is perfect to relax after a long hard day in the centre, Rooms are cleaned everyday,stylish design, fresh breakfasts and well english speaking stuff, i was satisfied and i recommand the hotel both for business and leasure, anyway i will return to the hotel in my next trip:)
I stayed here April 2006 and I LOVED it!!! The common areas were GORGEOUS! My room was nothing special but, I understand they have remodeled! It was reasonably priced ($120 per night) and the bar/observation deck at the top made for some great pictures!! 10 min. walk (at the most) to the Kievskaya Metro. Very easy!! The breakfast buffet was great!! There were a lot of American's staying there too (some kid's hockey teams, and adoptive couples). Nice litle gift shop, in case you haven't spent enough out at the Izmailov Flea Market!! Would stay there again and again!! Actually curious to see the renovations!
great hotel, it's exactly what you would expect from a marriott. high standards. comfortable rooms and knowledgeable staff. good choice.
This is an excellent hotel, one of the best in which I have taken a room in some time. The rooms are beautiful, the bathrooms luxurious, and the food at the breakfast buffet excellent and abundant. I will return the next time I am in Moscow, and would recommend it to anyone visiting the city.
Marvelous stay in Russia thanks to the Marriott Grand. Amazing staff - which I am told is rare in Moscow, but I think that is an old out-of-date cliche. Very luxurious. It was also easy to get out and visit Red Square and the Kremlin.
awesome time in Napoleon. Met some cool Italians and we had a riot in Moscow's crazy clubs - even if we were nearly bankrupt afterwards
This was the only place/person/organisation to rip us off the entire time we were in Russia. The staff were unhelpful and unfriendly and clearly had the attitude that backpackers were for money and nothing more. Don't come here expecting anything more than a barely adequate room at a very high price.
sweet moscow hostel was decent. met some nice kids. had a blast in Moskva... man this city is crazzzzeeee. Check out Propaganda if your in town
Napoleon Hostel is the best hostel in the world! These guys saved me in September, when my Russian visa was running out. They did everything they could to help me out, going way above the call of duty to schedule appointments for me and so on. Without them I would have succumbed to pure panic for sure! Thanks Napoleon Hostel for helping me get on the train and out of Russia!
Very much enjoyed my stay at the Marriot grand hotel in Moscow (not difficult since the company was paying;). If you thought Moscow was still behind on customer service think again. First class luxury
Moscow's reputation for luxury and extravagance is well deserved as a stay at the Metropol will attest to. Recommended - as long as the company is paying;)
THe Hotel metropol represents an excellent choice of hotel in Moscow. My wife and I had a delightful stay at the Metropol and the english speaking staff were very efficient and polite. Moscow is an amazing city with a fascinating history and atmosphere.
Hotel Ukraine Is a wonderful hotel, my wife and I have stayed there a couple times and just wonderful place within walking distance from the Arbot and Casinos and if your lucky you can have a view of the Russian White house across the river.No matter what side you stay on go to the top and see the magnificant view and don't forget to have coffee while there. Then in the morning go down stairs for breakfast buffet wow I've never seen such food. You will definately enjoy this hotel
Godzillas rocks man. had a great time. cool hostel and cool people. Moscow is awesome man - shame Putin is such a scumbag! (not that i can talk about nation leaders...)
Although you may initially be put off by the slightly out of town location once you have managed to navigate around the bustling but friendly market by the Metro stop, you are blessed by a broad suburban tree lined avenue leading to hotel Zarya, not unreminiscent of the red bricked streets of certain US towns. The hotel itself provides the weary traveller with every essential need without demanding a premium price and unlike her more pricey centrally located neighbours there are no unwanted advances in the lift bay to mare your visit. Rooms are clean, reception is polite and English is spoken. Breakfast may be a little strange for some Western tastes but it provides a range of exciting dishes to challenge you before venturing out. Overall I would recommend this to both tourist and business travellers alike.