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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.
I did not expect anything from this museum, came in just passing by. It was surprisingly interesting. Has big expositions of collections from Caucasus, Middle East, Asia , India etc. It has household Items, clothing, archeological items. Nice historical throwback!
A lush street, suitable for people interested in walking. Head to street There are many different types of shops that offer different products. The most important thing that can be found there are products that have the Soviet symbol. Around the walls of the street, there are also musicians who play different music styles and create a variety of spaces....
Just like the old arbat street, this place too is a tourist delight. Fab restaurants, branded and designer showrooms, plush outlets...this has it all. The prices are on the steeper side. But worth a dekko if you are staying this side of Town.
If you are into your architecture then you should really have a look at this bridge!
It's design is beautiful, it's just a shame that the glass pod hanging down from the top has never opened as a viewing, dining area, maybe one day it will!
If driving then it's easy to find but by metro I got off at...
I and my wife dropped by just to briefly have a cup of coffee and trot along but ended up spending there the entire evening. The coffee is splendid, the baking is beyond compare. The place itself is small, quiet and very cosy, the baristas are very welcoming and nice. So far there is nothing like that in Moscow.
Everything we ordered we loved, even the tea. The waiter carefully asked me about the nuts in the dish (they were not listed in the ingedients), which was crucial since I'm allergic to nuts. I was also given a 20% discount for my birthday.
I would recommend this place for a fancy breakfast or a fancy dinner.
All I can say is wow. From when we entered the hotel we received the most amazing service. The room size is enormous. The Milton Brown products in the bathroom are a treat. Great location. This was definitely a highlight of our Russian trip and most certainly one of the best hotels we ever stayed in. Highly recommend.
We really enjoyed our stay at the hotel. clean. spacious. quiet. pampering. comfortable. The privilege room really was great with the Nespresso machine and the free drinks in the mini bar.
we did have 2 problems:
1. when we arrived we were given a room - 403 (probably an accessible room for someone with a wheel chair) with no door...
Good location near metro and railway. Nice panoramic view from room. Friendly and helpful staff who went the extra mile with our tourist registration issues with the previous hotel. Good dining options and supermarkets in the vicinity.
It's a new built hotel in one of most "living" district of Moscow. Arbat area is really nice (specially on evenings) for walking, shopping and dining with a very center location and convenient for reaching many main locations.
The hotel itself is clean, fresh and nice decorated. Hotel staff is very nice and kind. Btw i must thank to Georgy...
"Hotel promised a lot from outside but delivered little"
reviewed yesterday by WW_Traveller023
This Arbat House hotel is well situated in a back street but close to most things one wants to see in Moscow. Having just arrived in Moscow from the Beijing end, we had to navigate the subway - one stop on Line 5 and then 2 stops on line 3 and then a 15 minute walk to the Hotel, which...