Hotels Near Dvor Cafe In Moscow
0.1km from Dvor CafeThe appearance is very domineering, the second floor supporting facilities are very full, want to experience the spa needs to make an appointment in advance, and it is quite expensive, 120 minutes is more than 500 yuan. There is a pub restaurant on the second floor which is very good. There are singers singing at night, very good. Once I was with a friend, we stayed from 10:00 to 2 am, and the atmosphere was very good. The internal environment of the room is at most the domestic two-star level, but the price is not expensive.
0.19km from Dvor CafeHotel Globus is located a 15-minute walk from Vserossiyskiy Vystavochnyy Tsentr and Ostankino in Moscow. Some rooms are equipped with a kitchen.Featuring classic-style interiors, the rooms come with a TV and private bathrooms.Guests are welcome to visit the on-site restaurant and taste European and Arabic cuisine.VDNH metro station is located 500 meters from Hotel Globus. The distance to Rizhskiy Train Station is 3.5 km from the property, and Sheremetyevo International Airport is 38 km away.
0.34km from Dvor CafeToo expensive for the service offered.
0.34km from Dvor CafeZolotoy Kolos Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the All-Russian Exhibition Center and a 5-minute walk from VDNKh Metro Station. The hotel has a restaurant. Rooms at the Zolotoy Kolos Hotel are decorated in a classic style and feature a TV and a refrigerator. The private bathroom comes with free toiletries.
0.35km from Dvor Cafe
0.38km from Dvor CafeOksana Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Moscow, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. To be found at the hotel are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, daily housekeeping, 24-hour security, wheelchair accessible, private check in/check out. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find television LCD/plasma screen, carpeting, cleaning products, clothes rack, dressing room. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as hot tub, sauna, spa, massage. For reliable service and professional staff, Oksana Hotel caters to your needs.
0.65km from Dvor CafeI heard many good things about this hotel, but thre have been so many asverse things in my one week stay that i cannot rate it other than poor. Once the hotel ran out of bread for breakfast. On most of breakfasts there has not been enough coffee. One evening the drinking water was not available. I was sharing the room with my son. Once we returned and one bed was made and the other not (this was bizzarre). Another day we put the sign for staff to make the room and it was on that day that the room was not made. I have been part of the tour group and we dined in the hotel; the food for dinner was terrible. On the positive side I have to say that it is very clean. Staff is nice, although withour english. And they aldo ran out of maps of moscow...
0.66km from Dvor CafeThis hotel is located in a green area in the north of Moscow, a 10-minute walk from VDNKh Metro Station. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk are featured at Yaroslavskaya Hotel.The bright hotel rooms are decorated in classic style. Each room comes with a TV, a refrigerator and a private bathroom.The hotel’s cafe serves European cuisine.The Ostankino Park is a 20-minute walk away, and the Botanical Garden is a 30-minute walk from the hotel.Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky and Kazansky train stations are a 15-minute drive from Yaroslavskaya Hotel. Sheremetyevo International Airport is 20 km away.
0.73km from Dvor CafeThis 10-storey building houses a comfortable hotel in Moscow's business district, with the nearest metro station just a short walk away.Enjoying quiet, green surroundings, Design Hotel (D'Hotel) is a great base for exploring Russia's capital. Start the day with breakfast, serves in the hotel's restaurant. After checking your mails via free wireless internet, you can make your way to the city centre.Design Hotel stands for comfortable accommodation and friendly service. Relax in your spacious room or pay a visit to the restaurant. The reception is open 24 hours per day, enabling you to come and go as you please.Business travellers will especially appreciate the desk in each room. Prepare a meeting with the help of the attentive staff. Room service is another benefit guests can make use of while staying at Design Hotel.
0.74km from Dvor CafeIdeally located in the prime touristic area of North-Eastern Suburbs, Hotel Katyusha promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, private check in/check out, 24-hour front desk are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, desk. Access to the hotel's sauna, indoor pool, billiards, steamroom will further enhance your satisfying stay. Convenience and comfort makes Hotel Katyusha the perfect choice for your stay in Moscow.
0.76km from Dvor CafeVery fashionable, nice
1.03km from Dvor Cafe“VDNH Tsandera 12 Apartment” is situated within 8 km from the heart of Moscow.
Hotels Near Dvor Cafe In Moscow Review
The rooms are small but very refined and understated and luxurious.
Breakfast is good. Very close to Red Square. You can walk there within 15 min. The service is quite good. A young lady called Alla helped us a lot. Thanks! The breakfast was very good, very close to the Red Square and can be reached in 15 minutes on foot. The accommodation is very quiet. The service is very good, there is a front desk staff called Alla who is very patient and very responsive to the questions asked. Thanks again! Of course, there are also deficiencies. The elevator on the third day of our stay is broken. We live on the third floor and walk up. The hotel has four floors. We stayed at the hotel for seven days and the elevator was not repaired for the next four days. But the waiter was very enthusiastic and helped us with our luggage every time. Finally, it was not too tired because the elevator was broken. Overall recommend this hotel.
A nice hotel, clean with tidy rooms. the food they prepare is delicious and tasty. my brother and i liked it very much. They are also cheap and affordable and worth any penny paid. cant wait to come and have a good time again.
Small hotel with friendly service and very clean rooms and bathroom. People who work here are great, very polite little bit bad in English but we found the way to communicate. Very simple but very kind hotel.
Fantastic location with excellent service , clean and comfortable
Used this hotel during my stay in Moscow for one of the World Cup games. Not bad location from City center, like 10 minutes taxi ride away from Red Square and Kremlin. Very, very good budget hotel. Great service, very hospitable, and good quality of room and washroom. I absolutely recommend this hotel. The hotel has a lot of mirrors everywhere, you get used to it after sometime.
The hotel is just a 10 minute walk from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy and very close to the metro station. The staff were all very friendly and there was always hot water for tea welcoming us as we came in from the cold. The restaurant offered so much variety and we enjoyed everything (breakfast, lunch and dinner). I especially enjoyed the salmon fettucini and the syrniki for dessert. The breakfast (included in our room fee) was outstanding. There was always much to choose from at the buffet, but there were several items to choose from off the menu, as well. (The mushroom omelet was delicious.) The room we stayed in was not large, but it was a fine size. It was clean and had a nice decor with free-wifi. There was a refrigerator with a fully stocked bar and a safe in the closet. There were plenty of hangers and a nice "emergency" kit (shoe shining, sewing kit, etc.) available. My only complaint would be the intermittent street noise from people walking on the sidewalk below (and the one Domino's pizza delivery driver who liked to peel out every time he was off to a delivery - hilarious), but I thought the 2AM opera singer was quite good and entertaining. ;) We will be returning and I recommend this hotel for your stay!
So this is my first time doing to Moscow as a solo Traveller. The hotel front door, is difficult to search at first, luckily I got help from the Yandex driver. Once you know the exact location , it's near many of bus stops, within 20 mins of walking distance to Kremlin, within 10 mins of Bila supermarket, 15 mins from closest metro station, and easy to get food too. To my standards, their price for the room (mine was a room to my self and a private bathroom) is reasonable. The reception is capable of good English, they will help you carry your bags because they have no elevator.The room is nice, clean, the water heater worked just fine. I think I'm going here again if I get chance visiting Moscow again.Thank you.
Pros: Great loft rooms which are a very good value-for-money option. Quite spacious. Comfortable bed. Good bathroom. Cleanliness was good, especially in the bathroom. Wifi worked very well. Noise insulation between the room also very good. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful around the clock. Located very close to the subway (literally 5 minutes with luggage) and from there only 2 stops further to central Red Square area. Also loads of museums and parks in the immediate vicinity of the hotel itself. Great little old-school pub directly behind the hotel, and a corner shop directly across the road for getting basics & beers. Cons: From the street, the hotel looks downright dodgy and the reception area is extremely dark and cramped, but fear not: the rooms are actually very cool. It’s a bit of a walk to the main tourist centre of Moscow (25-30 mins by foot) but the subway is luckily very close by. Bedroom area could do with more attentive dusting/cleaning in the corners and hidden spots, but the bathroom was spotless. NB: If you’re taller than 1.9m, then be prepared for an extremely cramped & uncomfortable shower capsule (think "spaceship showering pod") - I would recommend the hotel management to replace those shower capsules with run-of-the-mill walk-in shower cubicles. #KISS
Stay here for few days and I was sceptical about it at first but once entered the room was spacious, with lounge and open plan kitchen, everything you would need to feel at home. There is a small washing machine in the toilet too. The bed is comfy and got room service everyday. Check in took 10 minutes and reception guy was very professional and speak English well. Feel like an one bedroom apartment then a hotel but a fancy one. Would stay here again if I come to Moscow. Highly recommended
A former Hotel in a very green environment near Moscow. One of the best staff I have ever met. Pleasant, friendly, in brief Genial. If anyone wants a typical experience and meet real Russian People, it's the right place.
I have stayed at this hotel twice, and have enjoyed both stays very much. The receptionists are friendly and helpful and the location is amazing: a very quiet and pretty street in the centre of Moscow, close to Kitai Gorod metro. The decor is also attractive in a 'shabby chic' style. It is not the height of luxury: there is no room service, for example, and the breakfast menu is limited (though the food itself is good). The interior is somewhat tired-looking and has not been remodeled, though I experienced no problems with the facilities. Overall, I think it is a good deal for the price and much more fun than a chain hotel.
I stayed at Gallery Park for 2 nights while in Moscow to attend FIFA World Cup Semifinal 2 game. While booking, I was looking for a hotel that was close to Luzhniki stadium and along public transportation stops and Gallery Park was one of the last few that had rooms available. From Paveletskaya Metro station, Gallery Park is a 15 min ride by bus 106 or 158 to Derbenevskaya Embankment followed by a short 5 min walk. The hotel is 2 blocks behind the bus stop. There are security guards manning a parking gate arm 1 block behind the bus stop leading to some office buildings and the hotel is right behind these. I walked from the bus stop to the hotel at midnight following the completion of England vs Croatia game and had no problems. It was quiet but didn't feel unsafe. There is also a complimentary hotel shuttle that runs every hour to Paveletskaya station which I used once but it felt hot and stuffy inside and so I took bus 632 back to Paveletskaya station on another day. To go to Red Square, I took bus 158 from Derbenevskaya Emb. to Krasnaya Square the following day and it was a 20 min trip. On my check-out day, from Paveletskaya to Sheremetyevo airport, I took metro line 2 to Rechnoy Vokzal and caught marshrutka 949 to SVO and the whole trip took around 1.5 hours. So unlike what recent reviews state, in my opinion, this hotel is well-connected to Moscow's landmarks. You just need to use Google Maps to figure it out. This is not rocket science. As for check-in, it took a while because the front desk called me back to make new copies of my documents. I was assigned a room on the 3rd floor of the 2nd wing and the room looked beautiful and opulent to my eye. The 2nd wing seemed deserted and I didn't see anyone during the 2 nights I spent in that building. There's no elevator so I had to lug my suitcase up the staircase and the paintings at each level were a sight to behold. The highlight of the room was the closed shower stall in the bathroom. It felt cramped but had some cool fixtures. If only the digital controls for the audio system in the shower stall had worked... My only regret is missing out on the free breakfast on the morning following the game because I woke up late. But based on other reviews, it appears it was run-of-the-mill so I'm glad I didn't miss much. Room service did their job well and I have no complaints. Overall, I enjoyed my stay at Gallery Park and if in Moscow again, I wouldn't hesitate to check-in here.
We were arriving to Moscow at about 2am and had to leave at 11. As such what we needed was a bed for 8 hours. There were 4 of us, so price of 2 bedroom suite of £80 seemed reasonable. First impression of the hotel is one of the museum - nothing changed inside from late 1990's - old furniture, fixtures, curtains that do not close, etc. But if hotel made choice of not renovating and managed to keep prices low because of that, it is fine with me. Our suite consisted of 2 rooms - one with two single beds (air-conditioned) and one dining room with fold-away sofa bed, dining table and minibar. Surprisingly wi-fi was reasonably good. Breakfast was included into our rate and offered eclectic collection of items, including sausages, compote, sauerkraut salad, cheesecakes, some pastries and coffee from the machine (weak). Location is quite far away from city centre, but as hotel is situated between 2 subway stations (with approx 10 minutes walk to either each), getting downtown was not an issue. I have no problems staying there again, but one gets what one pays for.
This mini hotel lives up to its name, only 7 rooms, all with private bathrooms, but definitely worth considering. Value for money is high, rooms are perfectly equipped, comfortable beds, tv, wardrobe, fridge in room, large shower in bathroom. Shared tea/coffee station includes a microwave. Friendly, helpful staff were a pleasure. Although English is not spoken by all, Google translate sorted that out easily. Located in a residential block, don't be put off by the large industrial-like front door or the dark staircase leading inside, once in the hotel, it is stylish and inviting. Close to 24 hour supermarkets and a pharmacy. A quick walk to the World Trade Center, great for business travellers.
There are a lot of breakfast patterns. The waiter is very handsome.
This is a well-managed hotel in an excellent location. I was surprised to see many of the famous street names nearby. The room was not very large but convenient and exceptionally clean. Travelers who value a hygienic shower will be happy to know that there is one in the bathroom. The breakfast buffet was superb, especially considering my experiences with other hotels in Russia. The staff was friendly and well-trained. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants located nearby. You can use local taxi services available via the Yandex taxi app for cheap and easy transportation within the city.
Hotel facilities are too old, the bed is too soft and very uncomfortable
I asked the Into-Russia Tourist Agency in London to find me a hotel as close as possible to the Pushkin Museum. Into-Russia were excellent in answering endless queries and ringing Russia to find information for me. The Russo-Balt Hotel was the only hotel near the Pushkin. It was five star and only charged £592 for 3 nights, which is a lot less than for a five star hotel in most capital cities. The bed was comfortable and I effectively had a suite, with bathroom, bedroom and a sitting room opening off the bedroom. I have a mobility disability and use a mobility scooter. There is unfortunately no ramp from the street up to the hotel entrance, but staff helped me with getting my scooter in and out of the hotel. Because of the difficulties of manoeuvring a scooter around the breakfast buffet, they agreed to my request to deliver my breakfast to my room at no extra cost. The breakfast was really excellent and very good value – porridge, kefir, fresh fruit, freshly squeezed orange or apple juice, omelette, etc. I did not eat in the restaurant. However, outside the hotel has its own garden with shady trees (it was very hot while I was there) with a waiter in attendance to take orders. I would especially recommend the coffee and the pistachio ice cream. As well as the Pushkin Museum, adjacent to the hotel is a street with cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops selling good quality souvenirs.
I really enjoyed my stay there! The hostel is centrally located and the metro station is really close. They have built in plugs in every bed in case you need to charge the phone, and curtains that can be closed. The owners are super nice and welcoming people. The rooms are equipped with lockers and the bathroom is super clean.
Clean and tidy accomondation with view.
Safe guard and 24 hours. Looks noisy but actually calm.
Need to careful to stop here coz many tall buildings around here.
Super! Value for money are gorgeous. Great staff. Great location.
Location is OK, the environment is very good and very clean, that is, the room is a little small, others can be, her hotel is stipulated that after 10:30 or 11:00, it will not be too loud, because it will be noisy to sleep, so the night is quiet. of
I stayed and my brother in this wonder hotel (ivan chai) for about 3 nights and really they were the best three nights in my life..... Wonderful, polite, friendly stuff ever special (MicheL and Nessepa) who were very active and friendly and they do their best for us all time......Breakfast is fresh and delicious.....The room is very clean and handsome. Wifi is very good.....The river view from our room was amazing.....He stuff is very very good.....i advice every one in a vacaion in moscow to go and stay in this wonderful hoteL.... Thanks so much (Nessepa and MicheL).....
Stayed for one evening at this wonderful hotel. Definitely 5/5. The hotel is located near the metro station Baumanskaya, even from the metro station. Komsomolskaya go for about 25 minutes. The hotel is located in a quiet place, although the windows overlook the road, but the cars did not bother us at all. The rooms are comfortable, clean. The staff at the hotel is very friendly and friendly. Breakfast from 7 am to 10 am, very hearty. If you think where to stay in Moscow, then choose this hotel, I highly recommend it!
We stayed two nights in a small double room: + The friendliness of the receptionist Anna and her professionalism are outstanding + Super clean, comfortable (but small) room. Probably very new (or if not new, very well maintained) + Free water dispenser (hot and cold) including tea in your room + Top location (less than 10‘ by walking to Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Mayakovskaya, or Mendeleevskaya metro station / less than to the very nice Depo area with many different restaurants, cafes, and bars / opposite of a very nice supermarket + Daily cleaning service, fresh towels (if required), toiletries What could be improved in our view: Actually nothing, maybe Wifi could be faster Our conclusion: Highly recommended. We will stay here again (it was our fourth stay in Moscow and this was the best value for money so far)
The staff was wonderful, they speak fluent English there was also an ATM machine in the hotel, 24hr GYM.
It was the ideal location, from supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops, flower shop, subway etc... You name it its there.
Hotel housekeeping is always on time, leaving your hotel room clean and fresh.
Food was Aaaaammmazzzziiiinnnngggg,
Alot of different varieties.
The only negative, "I wasn't allowed to take my breakfast with me up to my room." Even when I was in a rush I was only allowed to take coffee but not the food🙄.
I recommend you give them a try, you will love it.
The purpose of our trip was sightseeing in Moscow, at a relaxed pace. The access to the hotel is a bit confusing, because Google maps shows a different entrance. The hotel has made sure to put a sign and direct guests to the inner courtyard where the entrance is. Public transportation is excellent, there is a metro station for 3 connections, Line 2, Line 7 and Line 9, 5 minutes walking from the hotel, additional to the buses on the main street. The rooms are good but a bit too tight for 2 adults with 2 suitcases. A space for the suitcases would make it more comfortable to walk around the room. The hotel provides all the accessories that you would expect and in a good quality. The reception and housekeeping were always very responsive and quick to provide a good service. Sleep quality is very good and the WiFi worked perfectly throughout our stay. There is no elevator. The breakfast was basic with nothing exceptional to it, as we were led to believe from reviews. Apart from the hotel restaurant, which we only tried for breakfast the first few days, there are many options around the area. Less than 5 minutes walking distance around the hotel, there are a small grocery store, a liquor store, pharmacy and all kinds of restaurants. Tverskaya str., a very central and busy street, is right up the corner. Finally, I recommend this hotel for couples, solo travelers and friends. Value for money is very good and we had a great time staying there!
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