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Super hotel, great food. I was very pleased with the quality of the hotel Saljut. I very much appreciate great food in the restaurant. Quality above the price.I was surprised by the SPA service for 24 hours. Swimming pool, saunas, steam bath, massages at the...More
This hotel wel decorated and has super ala bread duffest breakfast and live counter of eggs and Amy others items for early morning upper views of dine Ngp hall and has best location and close to all related activities best rooms and linen
The hotel's staff doesn't have a slightest idea what a decent customer service should look like. But, they will be sure to treat you with plenty of suspicion. Just in case you are a fugitive or an illegal alien. If you don't fall into those...More
As the hotel was built in the Soviet period I expected it to be less comfortable than modern hotels. Fortunately, I was wrong - the rooms are redecorated and look modern enough. There are bathrobes, slippers, safe and other details that you'd expect to see...More
Not the best. But you get what you pay for here! Stayed with family.
Rooms smelly and tiny, wifi intermittent, avoid dinner Russian buffet it's fit for no one. Italian was lovely!
The swimming pool is expensive choice at 750rb plus take a swimming cap....More
It takes about 15 minutes on foot to get to the nearest subway station Yugo-Zapadnaya. There is also a free minibus from the hotel to the Yugo-Zapadnaya station, it leaves every 15 minutes if I'm not mistaken, but in the... More
It takes about 15 minutes on foot to get to the nearest subway station Yugo-Zapadnaya. There is also a free minibus from the hotel to the Yugo-Zapadnaya station, it leaves every 15 minutes if I'm not mistaken, but in the morning this minibus is overcrowded.
The nearest subway to the Leningradsky Station is Komsomolskaya, it is on the same line as the Yugo-Zapadnaya, you don't need to change lines.
Apart from the subway there are also buses, but I practically never use them in Moscow.