Hotel Yakimanka 38: Your Gateway to Moscow
Moscow can get a little expensive if you don't plan your trip ahead of time. Hotels aren't the cheapest in the area surrounding the Red Square, so we decided to stay in the well known area near Gorky Park instead, at Hotel Yakimanka 38. This turned out to be a great option, because it takes less than 10 minutes on the metro to get to the Red Square, and right around the corner from the hotel we found a lovely cafe that we had breakfast at every morning. The menu was in English too, and there are lots of them around other parts of Moscow. The main street nearby is home to many historic buildings as well for you to explore that you may have missed had you stayed elsewhere. We were given the "Peter the Great" room, which consisted of two single beds. The hotel is a "mini hotel", so there are only a few rooms in it, which makes it a personal and homely experience, and there is Wifi available as well. We had a great experience here and would definitely choose this hotel again on our return to Moscow. Check out my photos below!
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