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All reviewsthe check in processsoviet unionmetro stationrussian foodbreakfast was includedwould stay here againmoscow hotelon arrivalmin walkreception staffrooms are cleanwithin walking distancered squarerefrigeratorsupermarkettaxiluggage
My experience in this hotel was bad. Primarily the quality of the room required was lower than I expected and paid for. During our stay no one cleaned our room and there was no toilet paper in it. But the worst aspect is the unkindness...More
A good hotel. Stayed in a double room and its very spacious. Two separate bed rooms for privacy. Breakfast is good, but same for everyday with a less variety. Clean bathrooms. Helpful people. NIce view from the room.
Old building. Nothing renovated from nineties. Old facility, Old type of service. They have small language container. Far from subway and stores. The bus stop about two hundred meters. Every day repeated breakfast. Stay in September 2016 with family.
Response from Hotel-Slavyanka, Менеджер at Slavyanka HotelResponded 7 December 2017
Dear Guest, Thank you for choosing Hotel “SLAVYANKA” for your visit to Moscow. Sorry, that we were not able to meet some of your expectations. Best regards, Hotel “SLAVYANKA”
We arrived in Moscow on my husband's work. We have not visited Moscow for 27 years.Hotel was invited to us by a host company. When we entered the hotel it was like going back in time.The hotel was built 80 years ago, although elevators were...More
Overall experience was good.
Rooms were nice, spacious and neat. Breakfast was wonderful. Lifts are tiny and rooms a bit far from the elevators, so was bit of an exercise to lug all the luggage's. Staff were friendly and courteous.
For asian tourists, please note,...More
It’s impossible to visit the Jewish Quarter and not go to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center – all roads lead here. After visiting the most innovative museum in Russia, cross the street to taste some delicious kosher food. When you’ve tried the best hummus in Moscow, explore early Soviet architecture by going to the Theater of the Russian army and take a rest in Ekaterininsky Park where boats and ducks keep everyone