We stayed there for 8 days, service was top quality, we had a great room, quite spacious, newly furnished & painted, great TV with lots of channels, minibar, radio, great bathroom. Security in the hotel is also high level, no ladies of the night walking the hallways or stuff like that.
Only one clerk at the reception knew english, but that didn't make any problems for us. It is more than the rest of the Moscow, where almost no English is spoken.
Unique Quality: Metro station Partizanskaya was just across the street.
I do not know if this is a custom in all hotels in Moscow/Russia, there was a little reception on each floor where you leave your card/key and can buy cigarettes, something to rink etc.
Directions: take Arbatskaya metro line to Partizanskaya station, you cannnot miss it when exit the station
The Alfa Hotel belongs to a chain of sister hotels conveniently named Alfa, Beta, Delta and Gamma. The Alfa Hotel was built for the Olympic Games held in Moscow in 1980 and has since undergone extensive renovation.
The Soviet practice of having lady floor attendants still remains at Alfa Hotel when I stayed from 15 - 17 June 2006. You will need to exchange your hotel registration card for your room key before you enter your room and vice versa when you leave your room.
Unique Quality: The Alfa Hotel is located adjacent to Ismailovsky Park and the Ismailovsky weekend flea market. The nearest metro station, Partizanskaya is only 30m away and it takes only 20 minutes to get down to the Red Square by metro.
Directions: Metro station: Partizanskaya
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Address: Izmailovskoye shosse, 71 A, Moscow, Central Russia, 105187, Russia