The location is one of the hotel's major selling points, particularly when compared to many of Moscow's other budget options, which are located further away from the city centre. It has good access to Domodedovo Airport by fast train and the rest of Moscow by metro.
Ibis has 147 rooms, including three with disabled access, so enquire when booking if you need that. Rooms have either a 1 queensize bed or two singles and come equipped with air conditioning, which can be a major plus in the summer. All rooms have a shower and hairdryer. The rooms are not the most glamorous, but they are simple and clean.
The only public areas in the hotel are the bar and the restaurant, which while not opulent, serve reasonably priced food and drink.
Eating and drinking
A buffet breakfast is served in the La Table restaurant from 6.30 to 11.00am and includes international and Russian food. There is a non-smoking area in the restaurant which is also open from 12.30 to 16.00 for lunch and 18.00 to 22.30 for dinner. The Rendezvous bar is open 24 hours. Both options are ok, but if you have the energy and enthusiasm to venture further, you will probably be rewarded.
There are no leisure facilities in the hotel.
Service is good and friendly.
Who stays there
families, students and backpackers, tourists travelling with their pets.
Very reasonable considering how clean it is and the location.
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with younger children
- Travellers with pets
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- good value
- no fitness facilities