Hotels Near Alex-Cafe In Moscow
Very Good10 Reviews
0.99km from Alex-CafeIf you were ever curious how soviet people used to live - here is your chance. First of all it is located in a typical 80s nine stories building, recently renovated but still feels so soviet! Its old name was Electron and this sign has not been changed yet, prominently displayed upfront. The receptionist are perfectly welcoming and polite but if you happen to talk to the hotel manager, you can perfectly imagine interrogated by a KGB officer: she has a smiless face and strict rules about everything. The rooms are of various sizes: the single person room can accommodate just one person: a twin size bed, and all necessary furniture takes half of space. Two people who will make this room crowded.At the same time the room has all necessities that you might need: dishes, utensils, cups for one person, a small but well functioning refrigerator, a TV set ( This TV set probably dates back to 1980s but works well). On the positive side this hotel is located in a quiet courtyard within three minutes walk to the subway station and a supermarket. Overall it is a great value and I will certainly use it for my future travels.
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1.19km from Alex-CafeKolomenskoye is definitely an undersold attraction in Moscow. The Palace of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich is a beautiful and colourful wooden building, making it picture perfect. A brief walking of 2.5km from here will bring you to another UNESCO site, the Church of Ascension, the House of Peter I and some historical buildings. The Kolomenskoye is easily accessible via the Karshirskaya station, exit the metro and cross the road, you will come to a tunnel leading to the entrance of the park. The palace is not far away from the entrance of the park. It is a good visit when you have extra time in Moscow.
1.55km from Alex-CafeDaily train stations and airports of Moscow, taking hundreds of thousands of visitors – businessmen, officials, tourists and students who are forced to resolve the question of where to find a suitable place to stay overnight or stop for a few days. Many of the guests accustomed to the comforts of home, and I see no reason to abandon him on the trip."Invite Hotel" is ready to offer inexpensive housing for a few days, comfortable and with impeccable service.
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2.27km from Alex-Cafe
2.3km from Alex-CafeFeaturing free WiFi throughout the property, South Port is located in Moscow, 6 km from Gorky Park.Each room at this inn is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. You will find a kettle in the room. Rooms have a private bathroom fitted with a shower. Extras include bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries.You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is 7 km from South Port, while Saint Basil's Cathedral is 7 km away. The nearest airport is Vnukovo International Airport, 27 km from the property.
2.3km from Alex-CafeLocated a 8-minute walk from the Avtozavodskaya Metro Stop, in Moscow, Welcome Microhotel features accommodation with free Wi-Fi access. It offers a 24-hour front desk.Rooms are decorated with parquet floors and come with a satellite LCD TV. Each is equipped with an electric kettle and a refrigerator.Paveletskiy Train Station is a 5-minute metro ride from Welcome Microhotel. Kolomenskoye Historical and Architectural Museum and Reserve is 5 km away and can be reached by metro.
2.45km from Alex-CafeProviding free WiFi, Mini-Hotel on Trofimova 25 offers rooms in Moscow, 6 km from Gorky Park and 6 km from Zaryadye Park. The property is located 7 km from Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and 7 km from Saint Basil's Cathedral. Staff on site can arrange airport transfers.A continental breakfast is available daily at the inn.Staff at the 24-hour front desk can provide tips on the area.The Kremlin is 7 km from Mini-Hotel on Trofimova 25.
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2.54km from Alex-CafeWe stayed at this hotel for a night only. It is very clean and cozy. The only problem was the absence of air-conditioning. It was hot in Moscow this week. Fortunately, we had very little time to spend in Moscow, so we came to the hotel for overnight only. If we had to stay during daytime, it might have been too hot. I am not sure whether the hotel offers breakfast, our room price did not include breakfast and it was suggested as an option either. There were two food shops nearby, so we just bought some fruits and dairy products there to eat in the morning.
2.59km from Alex-Cafe
2.63km from Alex-Cafe«Bereg Hostel» is located in Moscow. This hostel is located in 7 km from the city center.Want to be always on-line? Wi-Fi is available. If you travel by car, you can park in a parking zone for free. If you travel by car, you can park in a parking zone. The staff of the hostel speaks Russian.
2.67km from Alex-CafeWe had a wonderful stay. At first glance the whole area is a little forbidding. On the Moscow River, blocks of buildings, grey skies and cold. However there were a few things that makes this hotel stand out. First the rooms are excellent. I mean really clean and beautifully maintained. We had a superior room on the 7th floor facing the river. Second the food was excellent. I never eat in hotels usually but it was necessary in this case. Very little around from the point of view of restaurants. We tried them all (the Italian restaurant beside the hotel was closed and the Mary Jane was truly depressing, delivering a hair on the first dish which we could have done without). Apart from afternoon on the last day while waiting for a cab the food was exemplary. The sushi on the 13th floor is ok. Expensive. Note to the management. Never advertise 5 pieces of fish and then deliver 3. Also your beer is unnecessarily overpriced. Draft Budvar is excellent but not at nearly €7 for less than a pint. Third the Metro stops are within 15 mins walk. Not a particularly pleasant walk either but anyone familiar with Moscow know that this is normal in most areas outside the center. Tul’skaya metro is in the middle of a complex of three Malls (Trading Centers in Russia). Restaurants, shops etc. Great area. Verkhnie Kotly is the one we used regularly. Nothing there really but an easy walk and accesses the Red Line directly to the center. Fourth there is a small and well equipped supermarket next door. Perfect for snacks and wine or beers. Fifth if you can endure the terrible bland music on loop in the 13th floor restaurant, the views are gorgeous. On the slight downside (coming from a family of hoteliers), the staff shouldn’t use the guest elevators. It looks amateur. Also in a 4 star hotel you must smile at the guests. It’s a simple thing but absolutely basic. The contrast with the fitness suite and spa on the 8th floor was remarkable. Incredibly interested and friendly staff. Always smiling and helpful. It also looks bad when the staff are milling around in the lobby most of the time. Same goes for the ground floor and 13th floor restaurants. Staff simply standing around staring at guests and offering nothing. Probably the greatest example of this is the fact that we were there for 12 days on our honeymoon and the lack of interest was remarkable, despite me telling them on the booking form and twice at the reception. Not that I expected anything but even “congratulations!” would have been nice. There is a lot that I don’t understand about Moscow. There is a general air everywhere of unhelpfulness, in complete contrast to Ireland where I’m from. You can’t ask people on the streets or in shops or restaurants for directions or information because they simply don’t have any. Management don’t brief their staff. It took quite a lot of getting used to. It’s certainly not as bad in the Palmira but it is worth noting that visible unhelpful staff do nothing for what is
Hotels Near Alex-Cafe In Moscow Review
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
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.
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.)
The hotel itself is very historical, and the location is superb. You can walk to the Red Square for a maximum of ten minutes. You can't get used to staying earlier. You can go to the view room, face the attractions, the rooms are not large, the facilities are not new, some history but good maintenance. The manager who met them in the elevator was very enthusiastic and asked how we were staying. They said that many Chinese in their hotel liked it. In addition, I was very impressed with the breakfast. I have to make a reservation. The restaurant is beautiful, the food is rich, and the caviar is pleasing to the eye. I like to take pictures. The waiter at the door was very enthusiastic and helped us taxi to the airport.
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
The hotel is pretty good. I didn't eat breakfast because I was afraid of taste. The hotel environment is very good. First of all, the visa application is very fast. It is done on the day of check-in during the day and the next day. Entered the room and added the bed. The bathrooms are large and have bathtubs. The only disadvantage is that his water is too expensive. In addition to the three bottles of water, an additional bottle costs 250 rubles, so I chose to buy a large bucket of water in the small supermarket downstairs and cook it myself. There is an electric kettle in the room. The most important thing is that it is convenient to travel. Going out through the underground passage is the subway exit of Line 6. It only takes 20 minutes to reach Red Square. I stayed for 4 days during the New Year's Day, 450 a day. At this price, I can stay in such a hotel, which is very good and worth recommending.
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