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Our private studio, one and two bed room apartments are located in the city centre at the Moscow's main streets - New Arbat, Kytyzovsky prospect just a few minutes walk to 'Arbatskaya' or Kievskaya underground stations and a walking distance to Kremlin (15-30 min). Around city centre and Raddison Royal (Ukraina) hotel. All apartments are with private kitchen and WC!
Best location! Near to the most historical, prestigious pedestrian streets of Moscow - The Old Arbat Street!! Russias greatest poet Alexander Pushkin stayed here when he visited Moscow, Leo Tolstoy loved to take walks on Arbat street Arbat still retains a vibrant and artistic air today, with souvenir stalls selling traditional Russian gifts, artists offering original canvases and street performers entertaining the shoppers. The street boasts an impressive selection of cafes, restaurants and bars, where you can sample everything from a decent cup of coffee and a French pastry, to a genuine Lebanese shawerma (kebab) or a tasty thick milkshake in a genuine 1950s American Diner. Today, Arbat is what Moscows high society loves to call their home
- stereo music centre,
- private kitchen is also fully furnished.
Check in time is strarting 14.00 p.m
Check out is up to 12.00 in the afternoon.
In the case you need to arrive before 14-00 p.m. please send a request to our e-mail address.
For better service we strongly recommend airport transfers (airport-apartment) for all guests (extra charge 55 EUR per car up to 4 pax)
SVO 55 EUR
DMO 55 EUR
If you are a larger group different prices may apply.
**Note: On arrival at airport please call us to confirm your time of arrival to apartment.
We need your call 1,5 hour prior to your arrival at the property.**
Extra bed is 30 EUR per night. Only on request bases and subject of extra confirmation from our property.
Arrivals after 19-00 are subject of 25 EUR extra fee
Departures before 7-30 a.m are subject of 20 EUR
Apartment refundable deposit of 100 EUR at arrival to apartment is required !
On arrival at aiport please call 8(901)5461448 (24 hours), or during our office hours (10-00 a.m. -18.30 p.m.) (7495)6218027, (7495)6232355 to confirm your time of arrival at apartment.
Office address: underground Teatralnaya or Lubanka.
Kuznetsky most street 17
**Note: On arrival at airport please call us to confirm your time of arrival to apartment. We need your call 1 hour prior to your arrival at Near Kremlin Apartments.**
The security deposit of 100 EUR is charged on arrival.
19-00 + arrivals are subject of 20 EUR extra fee
22-00 + =extra fee 40 EUR
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The most difficult thing about this apartment was the fact that they would not give us the location before our arrival. I was arriving by myself and trying to meet people, and it made it extremely difficult to find the place and catch up with my group. The whole arrival was nerve wracking as a result. The apartment itself was not particularly fancy, which I didn't expect, given the price, etc. It was clean but the building felt like a tenement -- very dark and dingy. It was walking distance to the Arbat area of Moscow, but a looong walk to the Kremlin and main tourist areas. And it did not feel particularly safe at night.
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BE WARNED! All of the apartments that are listed as "Near Kremlin" at the address of Arbat 6 are not truly close to the Kremlin. The apartment where we stayed was actually about a 45 minute walk to the Kremlin. While it may be closer to the Kremlin than an apartment in St. Petersburg, saying "Near Kremlin" is certainly a stretch.
We booked three of the "Near Kremlin" apartments, all of which showed an Arbat 6 address, implying that they were all in the same location. #1 - None of the apartments were actually at the address of Arbat 6, so I'm not sure where that address came from. #2 - The three apartments weren't even located in the same city block as each other, so coordinating with our group was much harder than we were anticipating. #3 - One of the apartments had no clean towels nor linens, so that group did not even end up staying there (they walked down the street and booked rooms at the Radisson).
When we arrived, they tried to explain why the apartments weren't at Arbat 6, which is truly near the Kremlin. There explanation was that Arbat was a long street, which changes names when it goes over the river and we were, in fact, on the same street as Arbat. A BS explanation, at best. Fortunately though, the neighborhood was nice, so we accepted the fact that we got screwed and settled into the apartment as best we could.
In terms of the interior, the first apartment was nice enough. Clean bathroom, decent towels and linens. Full kitchen with dishes. Slight view. Safe and secure. The second apartment was the one that was dirty. I never saw the third apartment.
All in all, I would probably recommend you look elsewhere, especially if you're looking to be close to the Kremlin and Red Square.
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