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I went to Moscow on a business trip. Tried to find a moderate priced hostel at a convenient location. The Bulgakov was it! One block from the Metro station, just at the Arbat street. Within walking distance to the Red Square.
The rooms are BASIC....More
It takes skill and luck to find this little hotel in the first place. Although I was with a local, it took us 30 minutes of wandering around in the confusing backyards until we found it -- by chance! the best advice I can give...More
The room is cosy. The location in moscow is perfect! We have access to all things in Moscow walking. Is just a little expansive ( we sleep in a private room with private bathroom but there is other proposition and for this we don't know...)...More
No good location could compensate for the 3 nights of bad sleep! Noise is constant and it is not a jolly sounds of happy party goers – it is appallingly loud noise of seven airconditioners (in a tiny enclosed yard) and a unloading truck that...More
Awful hostel, under reform. It was a horrible suprise when i arrived and saw my bed in the stair hall, because there was no rooms.The rooms showed in the photos were closed or occupied, and the guests slept in spaces under reform, covered in white...More
USD 49 - USD 284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Crowds of tourists, both local and international take in Old Arbat and its modern and gigantic peer – New Arbat. One reason visitors keep coming is no doubt Konstantin Melnikov’s famous private house, now open to the public and worthy of a visit. After exploring one of the oldest parts of Moscow, avoid the crowds and turn to the side streets and boulevards where calmness and affordable food is plentiful.