2.07km from GoodBeef Steak CafeIt is a classic "business" hotel, so I would try to rate it as such. However, I must mention that while I was staying with Hapmton by Hilton Moscow Strogino, the hotel was packed with people who came to Moscow for the winter holidays. Yet, you could not really feel the atmosphere of celebration - I would strongly recommend to invest some time and material into the Xmas decorations next year. It does pay off from the 'feeling the place' point of view. The location of the hotel is on the edge of the city, however, logistically it made perfect sense for my visit - and this was the reason why I picked this hotel for the stay. The check-in was not particularly pleasant - the clerk at the front desk was neither welcoming nor happy (not sure if I would be happy to work on the New Year's eve, but hey - that's what hospitality is all about). He also made some mess around registration, as it was seemingly non-comprehensible that a Russian citizen may be a permanent resident overseas and henceforth have no registration in Russia The need to demand this paperwork is a law in Russia though, so I didn't make much fuss around it - rather a note to the mgmt of this hotel to maybe organise yet another training around check-in procedure :). The room was quite nice actually, and the only criticism I would draw is that replenishment of the soap/shower gel/shampoo was only made on request rather than during the daily cleaning. My largest issue with this stay was breakfast. It was free (that's good) but of horrible taste (that's bad). I would really advise to do the following: - change juices (even the one from the supermarket would play better than that horrendous machine) - change coffee beans (the good ones are still imported, right?) - upgrade pastries (Russia has a tremendous range of bakeries and pastry shops, why not team up with something that would show-case a decent Russian baking house?). The current selection was dreadful. Last but not least - fine those scumbags that come for breakfast and fill their bags with everything "to go" - this was ridiculous to see. I'd rather accept some "free afternoon tea" approach than watching hordes of visitors cleaning up the breakfast space for takeaway, while some others are just trying to have their breakfast on the spot and must wait for the food to be replenished. Finally, my points to Hilton Honors were not credited (with an email stating that the hotel was unable to confirm if I stayed there) - which is particularly funny because I still have an email with reservation and even the bill issued upon my stay somewhere along my documents. Well, seems that this hotel has some certain issues to overcome. I indeed wish them good progress with eliminating these issues. I am, however, dissatisfied and I shall choose another hotel. next time.