Hotel tenu par l'eglise orthodoxe russe et situe dans le quartier sud de Moscou.
Situated pleasantly at 15 min. of the center city by subway, in a setting of greenery and facing the Danilovski monastery, in the south district of Moscow, this small hotel is managed by the Patriarchy of Moscow (church orthodox Russian).
Unique Quality: 116 chambres simples, confortables et calmes avec salle de bains ou douche, téléphone, télévision et air conditionné. Excellent restaurant, bar, ascenseur, boutique de souvenirs, centre d'affaires.
116 simple, comfortable and quiet rooms with bathroom or shower, telephone, television and air conditioned. Excellent restaurant, bar, elevator, boutique of memories, business center.
Directions: Agréablement situé à 15 mn du centre ville en métro, dans un cadre de verdure et face au monastère Danilovski, ce petit hôtel est géré par le Patriarcat de Moscou.
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I assume you do not want five stars? In addition to your list, Kosmos and Izmailovo are outside the city center but can be easily reached by the subway.
Thank you so much, I will check out those links. :)
Are the Kosmos and Izmailovo decent hotels? If we're going to be outside of the city centre, then yes, we need train transport nearby as we're only in Moscow for three full days!
I have never stayed in a single hotel in Moscow and hope I will never need to stay in one (as soon as I have an apartment over there).
I know though that people stayed in these hotels and did not complain. Both are walking distance from subway stations, and subway (metro) trains ride every two minutes (every minute on busy lines during the peak hours) till 1pm and are very reliable, though sometimes overcrowded. Both stations are about 30 minutes metro ride say from the Red Square. Ukraina is closer to the center but in terms of travel time is about the same. Peking is definitely closer.
I think Peking has the best location. Metro is very close, many restaurants, 2 theaters cross the street, ATMs, in a walking distance to the Kremlin.
Forgot to mention a diner if you become homesick ;)
I stayed at the Ukrania across from the Lenin Hills about thirty years ago. I thought it was quite quaint with 1950's furniture and probably 1930's style bathroom. It was pleasant enough and clean, but things could have changed.
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