From traditional tourist hotspots like The Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral, to fashionable locales like Lavka-Lavka and Winzavod – bombard your social media feeds in comfort at these well-connected hotels.
According to Booking.com reviewers these hotels have the best WiFi in Moscow.*
1. Hostel Overtime, Dorogomilovo, Moscow
This is the number one Moscow property for WiFi and, once again, it proves that a hotel doesn’t have to be part of a big chain to impress bookers. The WiFi at Hostel Overtime is free, without the tricky landing pages that travellers dread, and the owner even provides guests with a portable router for navigating the city.
Brick Design Hotel
2. Brick Design Hotel, Basmanny, Moscow
Located in a 19th-century building, stuffed to the ceilings with vintage design pieces and contemporary Russian artwork, Brick Design Hotel is the kind of photogenic accommodation that belongs on your Instagram account. ASAP. It also wins points with our reviewers for having free WiFi throughout the whole building, rather than just in the bedrooms.
Capsule Hotel Capsula
3. Capsule Hotel Capsula, Tagansky, Moscow
This capsule hotel has impeccable, free, WiFi but it’s the staff’s expertise that pushes it so high up our bookers’ rankings. On arrival guests are given guidance on the best online maps and apps to use while navigating Moscow and which sim cards will help make the most of the city’s relatively cheap internet.
4. Robinhouse, Khamovniki, Moscow
Only two metro stops from The Red Square and a short walk to Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Robinhouse sits in the heart of Moscow. Our reviewers report that the soundproof rooms make it a dream accommodation for both early risers and night owls. Plus the free, highspeed WiFi, of course.
QUBE Capsule Hotel
5. QUBE Capsule Hotel, Yakimanka, Moscow
The 24 hour front desk at QUBE Capsule Hotel really stood out for our reviewers who endorsed this hotel for it’s WiFi. With a friendly and approachable attitude, guests find the staff’s local knowledge particularly helpful.
Aristocrat Mini Hotel
6. Aristocrat Mini Hotel, Tverskoy, Moscow
The Tverskoy district of Moscow is recommended by our reviewers for fans of theatre, culture, and history, as well as high-speed WiFi. The Aristocrat Mini Hotel staff are quick to recommend the best way to book last minute tickets to one of the many nearby theatres and museums.
Ararat Park Hyatt
7. Ararat Park Hyatt, Meshchansky, Moscow
Recently refurbished with a design by famous architect Tony Chi, Ararat Park Hyatt gives guests a luxury experience in one of Moscow’s most popular districts. The hotel staff are on hand 24/7 to help guests plan their days and the hotel’s free WiFi even extends to its breathtaking rooftop terrace.
8. EcoHostel Izba, Krasnoselsky, Moscow
Situated between three of the city’s main train stations (Yaroslavsky, Kazansky, and Leningradsky), near tourist hotspots like The Red Square, and with easy access to Sheremetyevo International Airport, EchoHostel is great for visitors who don’t have long in Moscow but still want to fit in as much in as possible.
Sleep at Home Hotel
9. Sleep at Home Hotel, Khamovniki, Moscow
Only a 10-minute walk to the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and 15 minutes to the city Aeroexpress airport shuttle, Sleep at Home Hotel provides guests with the best of both worlds. High-speed WiFi takes the hassle out of checking in for flights and finding the latest exhibitions.
10. Bolshoi Hostel, Tverskoy, Moscow
The fast WiFi at the Bolshoi Hostel is really, really, appreciated by Booking.com customers. Augmented by the staff’s local knowledge and recommendations, guests have everything they need to make the most of their time in Moscow.
*Booking.com looked at endorsements for ‘WiFi’ by Booking.com customers and selected the highest-rated accommodations.