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...the first and last one. This is an "old times", very worn hotel. Guests are allowed to smoke everywhere. Even the "non smoking" rooms are uninhabitable, since everybody smokes everywhere. Incentives and other events are taking place almost every day, it becomes loud and embarrassing.The...More
We stayed for 3 nights. The suite was really huge with two bathrooms. It was clean. The entire hotel is dated. Front desk service was okay. The dinner choice for vegetarians at Assembly restaurant (top floor) was very poor. Buffet breakfast had a good spread....More
This hotel is clearly still under government control and most people staying here were clearly on government business. The positive side of that is excellent security.
However once on the inside the dustiness of the system is hard to shake off. It's all a little...More
I arrived late at night and left first thing so it's hard to be too knowledgeable about all the hotels services. But as soon as I arrived I was struck by the old school soviet feel. It is undoubtedly a good hotel but needs a...More
Stuck in " Soviet " time , but on excelent location. This hotel remind me on movie " shining " , big corridors , big rooms with excelent view...but little bit scary :) Refrigirator in room can be loud , since is 20-25years old. Rooms...More
Yakimanka acts as Moscow’s evergreen lungs with prime beaches on the Moscow river. All the benefits of visiting and living in Yakimanka are gathered at the Moscow river embankment – three parks: Gorky, Muzeon and Neskuchny garden shape this green stripe with museums showing the hippest contemporary art. The area is full of activities for your eyes (museums), mouth (restaurants) and feet (sport and dance-wise). Access
anywhere is easy, just hop on a river boat and continue your journey throughout the city.