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Hostel Dom is very well located, with friendly staff and decent WiFi. I also slept well on my first night, enough to forget the slow, near 30 minute, check in.
My second night was incredibly noisy as a large group arrived at midnight and left...More
The location is near Metro of Kurskaya (with 3 lines) and near the railway station to golden ring cities. The location is very good. But because of the construction work, the site is not easy to find. The staffs are friendly and helpful. They changed...More
Stayed for 1 night in a Double Room with Shared Bathroom. The room is a decent enough size with a comfortable bed. There are 2 shower rooms and 2 toilets. There’s a nice little sitting room area and kitchen area. Location wise, Kursk and Chkalovskaya...More
As above hostel dom is a good hostel to stay at. The other reviews cover that it is in a good location and the room I had was very clean. My only gripe really was that it didn't have much if an atmosphere so it...More
It is a little bit hard to find but with an app as google maps or maps.me it is easy to find. Good price quality for Moscow near the center. And close to the train station and also good metro connection (brown line). Also the...More
USD 30 - USD 100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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