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Ulitsa Bolshaya Sadovaya 5, Presnensky, 123001 Moscow, Russia – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 1237 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Peking Hotel.
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Sauna, Spa, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Room Service, Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
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Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All children from 3 to 14 year are charged RUB 700 per person per night for extra beds.
All older children or adults are charged RUB 2000 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 1237 reviews
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Score from 812 reviews Very good
Breakfast variety. Location of the hotel.
The staff has some difficulties with the english. Expensive breakfast. Noisy reception. It was not nice that a woman checked the mini-bar after I said that I haven't eaten nothing. Horrible decoration.
good Hotel, a lot of Russian history. Good value for your money
That i could not charge food onto the room account and that restaurant is separate business from hotel, that no breakfast was included.
Location is good, nearby transportation and city highlights. Room service is good and everyone speaks English
I switched rooms twice and still the cigarette smell was everywhere. It's on a busy street so it was traffic noise at night even though I was on the 7th floor. Wifi is very slow in the rooms, I had to go to the common area in my floor to keep up with online work. Breakfast service is very slow.
Close to Chaikovsky Concert Hall and Mossovet Theatre Low cost, great value High ceilings and large room
firendly stuff, nice room service, many thanks for cleaning managers who were doing a great job and our room was always very clean with fresh towels. Nice view and good restaurant.
We had only 2 plug sockets in our room. Really not sufficient for now-a-days world and the quantity of all those devices to be charged at the same time. No plug in the bathroom, so if you are coming with our own hair dryer, no possibility to be in front of the mirror.
If you are Russian you may like the hotel, if not there's two hotels across the road which I'm sure will be better! The best part was leaving the hotel and not coming back.
- hot water wasn't always hot - the security guards kept asking if I was a hotel resident (in Russia) which was intimidating - very much a Soviet style hotel and not that friendly.
Located in a very nice part of Moscow across from theaters, metro station, shops and restaurants Many staff members spoke English Had a upper class style in the lobby, hallways, and rooms Great restaurant with full breakfast options
Noise from the busy street WiFi was slow
The hotel is located in a beautiful historic building in the heart of Moscow. They kept some original interior features from the time it was build. There is a roof top bar with great views of the city. Rooms are spacious.
Tried to order lunch to the room and the restaurant did not respond.
stallen money,constant disturbance in a room,noise,rude staff,horrible breakfast
The room atmosphere, all those furniture and room design were amazing. Even furniture were old but there were clean so you don't feel yourself in a old place but in a old time :) We had a great view from the windows of our suit room that was very impressive also. Weather was not very cold when we were there in November but it was still chilly and room temperature was perfect. Lastly, staffs were really friendly and they let us early check-in without any charge.
- Hotel Personnel are always friendly and very helpful - excellent location, only two minutes walk from tube station Mayakovsly
- There is no lobby for brief business meetings - Breakfasts have been served by third company - poor service - Food is very cold -The personnel is very unfriendly and rude
location, price Staff very friendly, but little speak other than Russian
food rather ad minima. Elements of charme seem superfluous Hotel needs some renovation aesthetically and spiritually. Restaurant pays no particular attention to presentation, taste, variety Room service for (morning) tea answers rarely, forget orders
It would not be fair to criticize the hotel, as it's twice cheaper than other hotels at similar location. Expect 2-stars hotel standard, that's all.
It's right on Tverskaya, near Mayakovskaya Metro. There's construction behind the hotel, but at least when I was there, it never disturbed me.
Reasonable price, 200 metres from the excellent (& cheap) Moscow Metro, 2 stops to Red Square. Great adjoing cafe with good selection of food/drink, great adjoing sports bar with BIG screens. Stayed there 4/5 times..
Guess you could say "dated" in respect of room decor etc. but that adds to the charm but v.clean nonetheless....not really a dislike just an informed comment
It's good for its money and located pretty close to the centre. Good staff that speaks in English =)
It looks like ghost of USSR. Most of the things and furniture pieces are old. You can experience some problems to get in with the girl if you will find someone, in case when you booked room for one.
Smell in the room
It was clean,comfortable and very Central.
It was like being back in the old Soviet Times,the reception area is cramped and small.The staff questioned both at check in and check out about my status despite having a permanent residency visa and registration stamped in my passport ( which I had to show to several staff at reception) despite my booking giving my home address as another city in Russia.The room itself was fine but everything was like the bad old days of the Soviet Union ( I live in Russia and visit Moscow sometimes several times per month,the attitude of the staff was very different from many other hotels I have stayed in on my visits to Moscow) As a resident in Russia am sure it would scare the pants off people on their first visit. Great Value but and a BIG but do I want to feel like I am back in the Cold War in a country I now call home?
Worst 4 star hotel ever
Very convenient place, many places can be reached within few minutes, also Underground Metro (2-3 min walk) can deliver you in quick way basically to any place of town. Staff: If you need something, just ask! They will have answers to most of your requests.
Little bit noisy during night time, as hotel sits on one of main roads and traffic doesn't stop during night :)
Location is perfect. very close to metro and main street Tverskaya. nice old historical building with very high ceiling.
Exaggerated security thinks that every customer is terrorist. Beds need to be replaced, old and uncomfortable.
-the place has a historical significance -location is really convenient (next to the subway station) and interesting (next to the theatre, not too far from the centre, and the Red square is a 15 min walk away) -rooms are very spacious -interior design is reminiscent of the past communistic era so it is very unusual but very cool and professional and respectable at the same time
-the staff is not very friendly -security checks at the entrance to the hotel -inability to have quests stay passed 11 pm (you pay not only for the room but for the number of people staying there with you) -the ac is too small for the amount of space it has to cool down -it is a bit pricey
Professional Intelligent staff
No complaints. Job well done
Breakfast! Level of a cheap motel.