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I agree with the review from Nicholas 22 below. This small, moderately priced hotel is a great place to stay in Moscow. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. Staff spoke fair English and were very helpful. The breakfast staff were attentive. The metro is...More
The Kitay-Gorod Hotel is a perfect choice if you want to stay in an excellent value smaller hotel within 5 minutes walk of Red Square. It is a one minute walk to the metro
(M°Kitay-Girod lines 6 & 7), and the area itself where the...More
We spent seven nights at Kitay-Gorod Hotel. It´s pretty close to the metro station and it´s only 10 minutes walking to the Red Square and the other main attractions. The rooms are clean and very confortable. Breakfast is not bad but I think they should...More
Staff were great
Location is excellent
Rooms were cheap
Close to Metro
Rooms were loud, with some live music underneath in the evenings and our room was in the loft so you could only stand on one side!
All in all - you...More
Great location couple of minutes walk from Kitay-Girod Metro station and less than 10 minutes walk to Red Square. Very central and in a characterful area. Good cafe restaurant next door and a great basement club underneath the other side (well worth a visit!). Lively...More
USD 63 - USD 110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#65 Business Hotel in Moscow
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Response from Nicholas22 | Reviewed this property |
It's very easy: a lot of larger hotels can do it for you, but it's easier to go through an independent visa support agency - especially as you're staying at two different hotels. just google 'Russian visa support' and you'll... More
It's very easy: a lot of larger hotels can do it for you, but it's easier to go through an independent visa support agency - especially as you're staying at two different hotels. just google 'Russian visa support' and you'll see lots of choices. I'd recommend the one I've used - google 'liga consultant Russia' and you'll find it - Liga Consultant: you fill out a form giving full details of you, your passport, your trip itinerary and hotels/towns you're staying in. They will more or less immediately email back to you the confirmation and voucher. You just print off a copy of each, that will do fine to go with your visa application. You don't need original copies of these. This will cost 800 roubles per person ( about €11 euro)/ You'll have to send over a faxed or email attachment copy of the credit card you're paying with
(back &front) and similarly a good copy of your passport main identity page. I've used them 3 times recently, they're reliable, efficient, helpful - and trustworthy.
Response from Marilyn P | Reviewed this property |
We were never there that late at night but it seemed like the kind of place that had enough going on that they would have that covered. Why not contact them directly and ask if they have 24 hour desk coverage?