Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Simonovsky val, 2, Moscow, 115088, Russia
Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 39% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples75
  • Solo81
  • Business81

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Forum Posts

Opening Days/Hours of Lenin Mausoleum?

by micmik

What time should I arrive to start queuing - will probably go on a Thur (to avoid the weekend crowd)

Also, when they say no bags, does it mean that I cant even bring my carry-bag with wallet,passport,etc?

Re: Opening Days/Hours of Lenin Mausoleum?

by Sunny_cat

http://www.moscow-hotels-russia.com/mausoleum.htm

Re: Opening Days/Hours of Lenin Mausoleum?

by melek02

Don’t worry there are no so many people who wants to visit Lenin nowdays… He is not popular anymore lol… We have very hot weather for last 3 weeks so I didn’t find a lot of people walking outside today…
I haven’t been in masoleum for a long time but I think small bag should be ok.

Re: Opening Days/Hours of Lenin Mausoleum?

by livfaith

Last time I went a small bag was ok but whatever you do, don't bring a camera!

Travel Tips for Moscow

Cafemax Pyatnitskaya

by jorgejuansanchez

This cafemax is a chain of several internet cafes in Moscow, always near schools or universities.
This one is also open 24 hours a day.
It is located near metro station Novokuznetskaya.
You can sleep siesta during the time that you paid for internet service. Address: 25 Pyatnitskaya ulitsa.
Tel. 495 7876858

Red Square, opposite side

by bugulma

In the right you see Spaasskaya tower, it's the main clock in the country Besides it's main entrance for the government cars in USSR times. In the left you see Blessed Basil Temple. I recommend you to go inside because there are great interior. Some places in 2nd floor look like labirint and be really careful you can be lost. It could be the game for the children to hide from parents but be careful indeed. The entrance for Russia's citizens USD 1.4 for foreigners is USD 6.65. The Temple was built in 1555-1561, in Ivan IV "Angry" times, as a sign of victory in the war against Tatar Kingdom. Russians got Kazan, the capital of the kingdom, in October 1552 by storm. Temple has 9 towers as signs of 9 great battles during the storm.

Ministry of Interior of the Russian Federation

by Muscovite

If you have safety concerns, you can check up the Interior, too, they speak English, German, Spanish and Arabic.

Ministry of Interior of the Russian Federation Public Liaison Office

Tel: + 7 (495) 667-22-21

Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya St. 11, Moscow (click here to locate it on the map)

Nearest Underground stations are Sukharevskaya and Tsvetnoi Boulevard.

http://de.mvdrf.ru/contacts/

By the time you arrive they may have changed their revolutionary name 'militia' to the no-nonsense 'police'.

Minin and Pojarsky

by kris-t

The names of Minin and Pojarsky are connected with the fight against the Polish invaders that wanted to capture the Russian throne in the beginning of the 17th century. The two men were at the head of the irregular army, and after their death Moscow citizens decided to pay homage to them by erecting a monument. Money was brought from all over Russia, and in 1818 the memorial with the inscription "To citizen Minin and Prince Pojarsky from a grateful Russia" was unveiled. Today the monument is situated near St. Basil's Cathedral, but before it was placed in the center of Red Square and the raised arm pointing to the Kremlin seemed to tell us: "We saved the heart of the city from the enemy". At present the sense of the gesture is lost.

Rememberance

by TheWanderingCamel

The Russian people paid an enormous price for the country's victory in WW2. Millions of Russians lost their lives, civilians and military alike. Children are brought up to remember and honour this sacrifice and even today, 60 years after the war ended, newly married couples come to the memorials to leave their wedding flowers in tribute.
Summer 2005 saw huge celebrations to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the war. Banners adorned Red Square, old men and women wearing chestsful of medals came to the city to take part in the celebrations and GUM's central arcade featured an exhibition of the letters and effects of ordinary servicemen and families caught up in the war.
The ranks of that generation are thinning rapidly now, and Russia is changing. How will they mark the 70th anniversary?

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Address: Simonovsky val, 2, Moscow, 115088, Russia