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It is nice, clean, secure but I didn't liked it. The working there like in a money making factory - not for the travelers. The kitchen is very poor equipped. It's not a place where you can relax well.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (3 reviews)
One shower was cold but the rest were ok, and not much cutlery + a dirty kettles in the kitchens but clean for the rest. The staff were helpful and spoke good English. Nice and close to the metro, central location and felt very safe. Just make sure that you actually need your passport registered before you let em do it - and charge you 500 rubles for it (apparently you only need registration if you stay in a city for 72 hours or more).
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
Really good hostel. Expensive, but I think everywhere in Moscow is, and from what I've heard this is one of the only hostels that doesn't let people live there. The staff were fairly helpful, especially a sweet Russian girl who had just started- she was on her own overnight, and she wasn't sure how to do everything but she did her best to figure it out for us. I wish they hadn't advertised Lenin's Mausoleum in the hostel though- we went there but it's closed until next year! :(