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Not Bad for an overnight stay. Close and conveniently close to the airport. Rooms are basic. Bed was uncomfortably hard. No closet to hang your clothes but hangers on the wall. No coffee amenities in room..
I am a return customer due to many late arrival to Moscow DME. It is a very good hotel, served by a shuttle bus from Exit 3. Room is well-equipped with amenities including not only water kettle but even a trouser press. Comfortable overnight at very reasonable cost. They have a branch inside DME but costs double. It is at a walkable distance if not in winter.
Spent the night here before my early morning flight. The hotel is inside the airport terminal - super convenient, you can be at check in desk in 2 minutes and by your gate in under 15 minutes. The rooms are small and there are no windows, which is bizarre. But it’s comfortable enough for an overnight stay. Surprisingly quiet - couldn’t hear either planes or other hotel guests. The bed was comfortable, there was a bottle of water provided. There was tea and coffee at the reception, and the staff was genuinely very friendly. The hotel can be booked hourly or for the whole night. If you’re desperately in need of a lay down for a few hours and don’t mind paying a bit more, book it as a 1 night stand, because the hotel is quite busy and it seems like they are using only a few rooms for hourly bookings thus if you walk up to the reception and ask if there’s a room for a couple hours, there might be none available. However if you book it for 1 night it mostly probably will be available then.
We booked here because we had about 5 hrs to wait before our flight back to Australia. It’s a standard airport hotel with a KFC adjacent to it and with basic amenities. It had no windows and no fresh air which reminded me of airport detention cells. It was great to have a bed, tv, and a shower to wait in, however they were small showers with weak pressure. The white lights, beddings, and walls all made it feel too much like a hospital. The space was also tiny. It felt claustrophobic especially as I was pregnant and no fresh air was to be had. Upon checkin, we had a small issue because when we paid by card, they argued with us the payment didn’t go through even when it did. They asked us to pay again which we did as the older receptionist was getting irate and loud. We swipe and then we got a notice from our online bank app that we paid twice. We showed them the information, but the receptionist said it’s our Aussie bank’s problem not theirs. This conversation was happening in Russian because neither of the receptionist were able to say anything besides “Hello”. Lucky, my partner could speak Russian. We were happy to argue and so we’re they, until we got our resolution - the junior receptionist shut the older one up. The stay was bearable and the space was basic. Wish they could have done more warmth like hotels in Asia, especially the airport hotel in Taiwan is delightful. We couldn’t wait to get out and waited at the business lounge instead. Would I use this facility again? Maybe (if I go back to Russia) because driving outside the airport is such pain.
The hotel is located close to the airport and operates a shuttle every 15 minutes 24/7 to the terminal. Prices are very reasonable for an airport hotel. If you book a superior room then the mini bar contents are included which is a bonus. WiFi is good. The a la Carte area of the restaurant is good with plenty of choice and menu available in English. Front desk staff were welcoming. Bed was reasonably comfortable but room was noisy from the planes nearby, they are not well sound proofed. Curtains did not cover the entire window either. But all in all it is ok for an overnight stay.
The Airhotel has a shuttle right outside the Moscow terminal. Th.e price was really low and we were skeptical. Got there, got checked in, were told that everything in the minbar was complimentary. There were 2 beers, 2 waters, 2 juices, 2 chocolate candy bars, and maybe even some chips. The hotel has a bar and a restaurant, Breakfast starts at 7 but since we had a 9 am international flight we did not partake. Bare bones place, but clean and quiet enough. Only problem was the room would not cool down. Early morning shuttles were there on time and ready for passengers.
It is incredibly convenient to not worry about shuttle buses or trains and just have a transit hotel right in the airport terminal. Hotel website doesn't work so I booked through hotels.com without problems. Staff was friendly. Rooms are tiny. No space to even put luggage let alone open it. No desk, tiny bathroom (but functional). Think "japanese hotel room" style. The worst problem is there is no temperature control. Domodedovo is always overheated and the rooms were 25C. There are thermostats in the rooms but they are not connected to anything. No fans, no air-con, no nothing... you just take the ambient temperature of the airport with no air movement at all. Staff offered to us to change rooms, but all are the same and the same temperature. I would use it again because there are really no good options near Domodedovo, but need to mentally prepare for overheating. It's not cheap. About double the price of off-airport transit hotels.
We had an early morning flight, and this hotel is excellent! Our family room, a Club Room Suite, was large, with a separate bedroom for adults, and a large living area, with a sofa, double bed, and foldaway bed. The room has a large, well lit, bathroom, with toilet, bidet, double sink, and large, deep bathtub/shower. The room exceeded our expectations! Service at the front desk was exceptionally good, and they helped us solve some Russian paperwork errors regarding hotel stays. Our wakeup call was in English per request. The restaurant is large, and runs on a 24 hour schedule. The offer a free Russian Tea service at 5:30 pm with herbal tea and a selection of tasty Russian baked goods. We skipped the buffet offerings, and went to the menu side of the restaurant for dinner. They offered a wide range of items, including pelmini, and stroganoff, so we had a excellent Russian meal before leaving. The shuttle service to the international terminal runs every 15 minutes, during the entire day. The driver was friendly and helpful in dealing with luggage and folk early in the predawn time. I'm impressed how the the hotel is well managed. Next trip with definitely include this location.
Perfectly adequate if arriving late or leaving early and need a stopover at the airport. It's in the terminal above the international arrivals gate but could be better signposted. Check-in was easy and efficient. There's complementary coffee and biscuits and a few drinks and beers on sale. Rooms are modest in size but comfortable and have an adequate bathroom. They don't have windows though so could feel claustrophobic. Air-conditioning was just about adequate and some of the TVs didn't work well which meant moving rooms.
We had 8 hour layover and chose this to get a few hours sleep between flights. Hotel is located in the departures pre check in area. Rooms are small but modern, clean and functional. Rooms are also surprisingly quite for an airport location. Our only negative experience was with the reception who charged my credit card twice - their initial response was very Soviet in that it was my problem that I had to sort out with the bank, lucky I could speak Russian and insisted on resolution. Reception responses were rude but she ultimately resolved the issue and apologised for the inconvenience.
Located in Domodedovskiy District, Airhotel Express is 27.3 mi (43.9 km) from State Tretyakov Gallery and 27.6 mi (44.4 km) from Moscow Kremlin. This 30-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, coffee/tea in a common area, and a 24-hour front desk. It's centrally located in Domodedovo, connected to the airport,28 mi (45 km) from Novodevichy Convent, and also 28 mi (45.1 km) from Cathedral of Christ the Savior.
All of Airhotel Express's 30 air-conditioned rooms provide free bottled water, phones, and ironing boards. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding.
Guests of Airhotel Express enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a water dispenser. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations.