The best thing about this hotel is the rooms. They're very spacious, both the bedroom and the bathroom. Even though there's a couch and a table in addition to the bed, it still feels like you can wander around just fine. My parents even had their room upgraded, no-charge, to an even bigger room.
The hotel is located in a quite area, their room was looking to the Moscow River, so they had great view, and mine was towards the parking lot, but since the hotel has many floors (and I was on the 13th), I couldn't hear any noises.
The bed and the pillows are extremely comfortable which is a rare thing, so this hotel offers a pretty good rest.
The breakfast tho is a bit problematic, cause when you come later, a lot of things like fried eggs are over.
The staff are very friendly but aren't very attentive. I asked for a gluten free meal, and they gave me normal sandwich and croissant.
P.S: To enter the hotel you need to push very hardly 2 doors, so I'm not sure if it's the right place for people with disability. They might have another entrance for disabled people, but I haven't seen one.More
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