The most impressive part of the hotel is the imposing lobby, with it's acres of space and massive check-in desk, all marble with metallic sculptures.
The guys in the luggage storage room could not be more helpful. The way they ignored guests, allowed items to be installed or removed from the room without checks, whilst gratuitously studying the newspaper was pure comedy. The women on the check-in desk made a pretence of being cold as ice, but when pressed for information, were ultimately almost glad to assist.
The rooms are dated (hard to really know what is dated, what is simply new-but-dated-looking in the old Soviet lands). Yes there can be a walk to the rooms from the lift. So what? The bath water runs a little brown with rust. Well, I hope it's rust.
The location is fine. Not central, but in a neighbourhood with lots of things, and right next door to the metro, a couple of stops from the city centre.
The breakfast is really not worth getting up for. They hardly make an effort, and this includes the washing-up. Look through the plates for a clean one, then put some tastless stuff on it, and wash it down with Nescafe coffee from a self-serve machine. There was a huge stuffed brown bear overseeing proceedings, his final indignity to be squeezed uncomfortably into a porter's red uniform. Nothing like taxidermy to prepare a diner for canned fruit.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Moscow Moskva
- Moscow Moskva Hotel
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