Hotels Near Alabama In Moscow

0/50 Reviews
0.19km from Alabama
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.29km from Alabama
Located in Moscow, this air-conditioned apartment features free WiFi. Guests benefit from balcony and a terrace.The kitchen comes with an oven, a microwave and a refrigerator and there is a private bathroom. A flat-screen TV is available.Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences is 7 km from Large Apartment in Moscow at Sokol, while Yeliseyevsky Shop is 8 km away. The nearest airport is Sheremetyevo International Airport, 19 km from Large Apartment in Moscow at Sokol.
3.7/510 Reviews
0.36km from Alabama
ApartLux Sokol is a self-catering apartment located within a 3-minute walk of Sokol Metro Station. Free Wi-Fi is available.The air-conditioned apartment features a sofa, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a washing machine. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, kettle, fridge and stove.The Kremlin and Red Square are 6 metro stops from ApartLux Sokol.Rizhsky, Yaroslavsky and Kazansky Train Stations are within a 20-minute drive. Sheremetyevo International Airport is 22 km away.
3.9/510 Reviews
0.58km from Alabama
This small hotel is located a 7-minute walk from Sokol Metro Station in Moscow. A spa centre, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at 4 Rooms Hotel.The bright hotel rooms offer warm-coloured interiors and classic-style décor. Each room includes a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.A continental breakfast is served in Khuan Khe Restaurant, which offers Chinese cuisine during the day. A selection of drinks is available in the lounge bar.Belorussky Train Station is 6 km from 4 Rooms Hotel, and Sheremetyevo International Airport is a 35-minute Aeroexpress Train ride from this station.
0/50 Reviews
0.75km from Alabama
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.76km from Alabama
Location close to metro station (5mins walk). very simple rooms but clean. english speaking staff who were generally helpful. Communication with the hotel was extremely difficult. I wanted to change date of booking or at least date of check in. I tried through over 4 times, but no feedback. Also tried to call but no one picked up the phone. One positive thing, i forgot valuable items in my room after check-out and the receptionist was really attentive to help me get it back, which he did. The hotel was expensive for what it offers, but it is world-cup season so very normal
4.6/5Outstanding3 Reviews
0.95km from Alabama
The hotel for the outside looks really bad but once you get inside, its a solid EU 3 star hotel (even thought it looks outside as a soviet old building) + + very well priced if booked via a very famous booking site :) + rooms are clean + good amenities in the room and bathroom + very well priced lunches and dinners + quiet at night + not far away from Leningradsky (20-30 min by car) & Belorusski (5-15 min) Train Stations - - very lound during the day - rennovation is in place (oct 2018)
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.99km from Alabama
I still have a purely pleasurable experience. The atmosphere in the room during a romantic evening was set for five-plus!) The view from the 54 floor to the terrific Moscow also liked a well-defined identity numbers (Geneva, for example). The price was included in the deposit food. Dinner and breakfast were served on time and delicious.
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
1km from Alabama
Situated in Moscow, 6 km from Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences, Hotel Comfort Class boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.Rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain units feature a seating area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room. The rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
3.8/54 Reviews
1.01km from Alabama
We stayed at the Hotel Art Moskva for one night before traveling further and were positively surprised. The lobby was inviting and the check-in went fast. Rooms were small (not tiny though) and - most important - clean and comfortable. Free WiFi was included although not the fastest. We had to leave before breakfast so cannot judge the quality there but we had a drink and snacks at the bar before going to our rooms at night and the art club sandwich and wraps were good. Location-wise it is a bit further out but I definitely recommend this place if you’re traveling on a budget!
0/50 Reviews
1.01km from Alabama
Property Location With a stay at Minima Aeroport in Moscow (Airport District), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Arena CSKA and Megasport Arena. This hotel is 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from St. Basil's Cathedral and 8.7 mi (13.9 km) from Red Square. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 13 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Housekeeping is provided daily, and irons/ironing boards can be requested. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and a safe deposit box at the front desk.
0/50 Reviews
1.05km from Alabama

Hotels Near Alabama In Moscow Review

4.1/5103 Reviews
The breakfast is rich in piano performance, very nice, there are castles and parks around, there are flea markets, suitable for children to live, there is parking lot, because I am alone, this time I finally arranged a big bed, did not arrange 2 small beds, very it is good!
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4.5/587 Reviews
I stayed at the Delta Hotel on 3 occasions over a period of 3 weeks, for 7 nights in total. On every occasion there was an incident of some sort involving staff not speaking English, suggesting that foreigners are not welcome at this place. This place is at the standard of a youth hostel and not a 4 star hotel it claims to be. Luggage room: I had dealings with them on 4 occasions (dropping off and picking up luggage twice). This service is meant to be 24 hours but 3 times out of 4 the door was locked without any sign whatsoever to say what was going on. All the receptionists could say was to wait 10-15 minutes and the attendant shall be back, i.e. he might wake up because where on earth he might have gone at 3.30am. Needless to say, waiting was not an option when I had an early morning flight to catch and I carefully timed my departure. The attendants didn't speak English and lacked the skills to correctly count the number of days in a calendar so the correct fee could be charged. I was also wondering why I was charged at all when the luggage room was supposed to be free if people left luggage there before checking in. I always had an upcoming booking so technically I was before checking in but nobody understood or cared to listen to my point. Safety deposit box: During my first stay, it was locked when I checked in to my room so I had to arrange it to be opened. Not something I expect to be doing in a 4 star hotel. Second time, all good. Third time, the battery was flat meaning sometimes I couldn't operate it at all. I had to call somebody to open it because part of the keypad stopped working. It was then opened using a 6 digit code (which I have seen so now I could open the safe in any of the rooms). Breakfast: Since all my cash and cards were locked away in the faulty safe which I couldn't open, I requested to pay for breakfast upon check out. What was I even thinking?! Quite abruptly I was told, "Money now!" and the hostess started to make a scene. I asked to see her manager which she didn't understand only after using Google translate. Dina the manager had the same awful customer service and language skills and all she could say was "Go to Reception" which I did. Do you think I cannot afford to pay 700 RUB and I will abscond without paying?! Again, these are hostel standards, paying incurred fees at check out is unheard of in this "4 star" "hotel". Housekeeping: Due to the 3 spells of my stay I could compare the standard of housekeeping. During my second stay, there was no chocolate in the room, the water and the toiletries didn't get replenished at all. During my third stay the room was cleaned quite late, at around 5.45pm, just when I wanted to have a shower before going out for dinner (you are having a laugh if you think I wanted to try their inhouse restaurant after my dreadful experience with breakfast). Room: Rooms were upto different standards. One of them had a shower cabin. The other one had a portable radiator because (surprise, su
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4.4/597 Reviews
I was on a tour and the tour co put us at Princes Park Hotel. i guess it's a hotel for tourguests. not high end definitely. The hotel is outside and in the south of Moscow. it's about 2 minute walk to Tyoply Stan Metro, the only 2 stops to the last stop of the 6th metro line of moscow. at the back of the hotel is a big complex of wholesale and retail fresh fruits, meat, chéese and milk products and many other farm products sold by farmers. prices are quite cheap comparing to others in town, of course. If you like bread, try the fresh turk like bakery shop at the back building. talking about the hotel, i guess I was not enjoying this hotel. it is quite big. the layout is like a maze. i know many rooms may have no window. mine had, but viewing to some bare rooftop and an ugly bigtruck parking. the room is quite large but furnitures seemed worn out. the TV was still LCD and funnily small. the room was cleaned but no new water bottles or supplies were refilled daily. There was a water dispenser in the alley and the iron and board were put somewhere in the alley for selfservice. there were only 2 extremely slow guest elevators and u may have to wait for quite some time. i tried staircase, faster. then we found two more service elevators at some corners of the building. Breafasts were served in some banquet type room at some back corner on 3rd floor. it seemed obvious the restaurant staffs did not like chinese tourguests. I don't but I was not comfortable that the staffs was very rude to them. We are vietnamese, guessed they thought we were chinese too thus treated the same, or may be they did not like us either🤔 Not so many staffs speak English though and i did not find them friendly or helpful
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4.8/553 Reviews
Hotel facilities are very simple, equivalent to the domestic economic chain level. The room is still big, the bath and shower are together, the bath is not convenient, it is a design flaw. No toothbrush is provided, I have to ask if I want it. This is an idea. The slippers were very thin and poor, and the bath water overflowed without leaking, and it was quickly broken. There is an iron and an ironing board, and that's okay. The service was still enthusiastic. The front desk said that Ctrip’s money was not received. Later, it was received. No deposit was paid and the minibar was locked. It is difficult to ask for a service by telephone. If you hit it several times, you can't get through it. If you want a conversion, you can say no. Restaurant service is also very enthusiastic, there are many Chinese tour groups, but it is no longer in the morning. There are fried noodles and tea eggs for breakfast. Western food has all kinds of dairy products and sausages. Western food is rich. . There is a subway station around, there is a pier, an Orthodox church, there is a small park opposite the church, sitting and watching the scenery is very good.
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4.5/5244 Reviews
Very close to the subway @ 游击战, go straight out, but walk for 5 minutes; it is convenient to go ~ there are convenience stores near the hotel, buy breakfast, cheese, sausage, cake; even if the security is very good, you can not enter the door without a card The heating is empty in the hotel, it's huge! There is a place to store your luggage in the hotel lobby. You do n’t need to worry about luggage when traveling in many cities. It is free and you can tell the room number.
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4.5/548 Reviews
Hard to rate this hotel because services are very unequal and because we stayed during very high season and paid inordinately high prices. First the good: The best thing about this hotel is Eugenia the concierge, highly professional, knowledgeable, pleasant, cultured. She should be training all concierges in Moscow! (eg. one concierge told me I could not buy online train tickets for Vladimir and should go to the train station instead, which was totally incorrect: Thanks to Eugenia I found about a website in English called tutu travel where you can buy Russian train tickets). Reception staff is lovely as well, and house cleaners do a superb job. The musician who plays the piano at night till 11pm in the hall area is excellent! There is a pool in the basement opened till 10pm. As well as a Turkish bath but no sauna. And now, the not so good: This hotel is really old fashioned and a bit non descript: Rooms, a bit dark but quiet even on the street side, are furnished in a 1950s way, and mattresses (even the new ones) are way too soft, hence not very comfortable ( the one in room 587 was however ok). We found heating temperamental, warm the 1st night, then cold afterwards. All in all, this is a 3 star hotel which could be great if updated (Rooms need brighter décor and more lamps, as well as sheets and duvets which fit the King size beds.. The entrance hall could also be more charming.)
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