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This huge hotel have more than 2000 rooms. Rooms are cleaned every day but not really setup up such as drinking water, bath soap, and some small items they didn't provide newly if you stay for more than 1 night. But, overall breakfast is good, public facility is OK, location is just fine near to traditional / souvenir market, supermarket, food restaurant, metro station (underground train) and many more.
There are actually TWO separate hotels. Gamma is 3 stars. Delta is 4 stars. Don't get mixed up. We stay at Delta and find the room to be satisfactory. AC doesn't work too well so we just open the window to let some fresh air in (early autumn). Basic toiletteries so use your own. The best part is that they provide hot/cold water dispenser on every floor. Also an ironing facility if you need one. The included breakfast is quite good. Plenty of choices but menu mainly repeats daily. Some eateries in the hotel building and also in nearby buildings. The Ismailovo market is within walking distance so you can buy some souvenirs. Good photo opt too. Lobby and elevators can be crowded as this hotel caters to tour groups.
Although the Hotel is rated as 4 star there is no customer service at all. You have to carry your own luggage. Bell Boy (if he is available) will only pull the trolley for you. When he is not there, to get a luggage cart I had to leave my passport. At one time even cart was not given and guard said get a permission at the reception. Checkin time takes 30 minutes. The only good the Hotel has are rooms. They can be rated as 4 star in Delux rooms. Breakfast is great but costs 12$ (700 Roubles). Average meal anywhere outside will cost 350-500 roubles. While exchanging dollars in their Exchange Counter the staffs are so rude because we had to exchange more than 600$ in which case she has to enter all passport details into computer.
Its a big and amazing hotel in moscow. Good anf helpful staff, most of then can speek english. Rooms are good and clean. they have many Restaurants. When you go pls bring your room keycard always. There are lots of veriations in the menu. Has a money exchange place inside the hotel and the rate is good. Many shops are inside but prices are little bit higher.
Gamma is not a bad hotel but - as a regular visitor to Moscow - I would not recommend it, The Vega hotel next door is much better. There are no tea and coffee making facilities in the standard rooms in Gamma. There is no complimentary mineral water, except on the first day. The fitness centre in the hotel complex is privately run and they charge you 1500 roubles per day to us it - which is not cheap. The front of the hotel is opposite a motorway and very noisy when you open the window. There is no air-conditioning in the standard rooms The breakfast is OK but the breakfast rooms are very noisy and crowded, especially at peak times. I have been insect-bitten a few times. This hasn’t happened to me in years in Moscow. But it may not be the hotel’s fault. I will not make the mistake of booking into this hotel again.
Stayed two nights. First of all.. the hotel is huge. Was here with a group of friends, and for some unknown reason our room was quite a bit smaller than all our friends rooms, payed the same. They all had separate beds, we had a rather small double bed, with hardly room to move around the room. Bathroom is ok, but temperature inside bathroom is kinda tropical, and you can’t control the temperature inside the bathroom, there is a quite big, and very hot metal tube running trough the bathroom. Be careful with kids. Now I don’t wanna be rude, but this hotel is invaded every morning with large groups of Chinese tourists, who don’t behave very well.
This hotel is part of a HUGE four hotel complex North East of Moscow centre. We were in Gamma (3 star hotel) which shares its facilities including restaurants etc, with Delta. Our reservation was made as part of a tour group and we had booked to arrive a day early were to stay for 4 nights. This extra night, although booked some time ago seemed to throw the young male receptionist into total confusion. He wanted to put us in 1 room for 1 night, then ask us to check out the following morning and re check in to another room. It was taking some time to explain that we wanted the same room for the whole 4 nights. Our huge thanks go to Alexandra and Daria on reception who resolved the situation quickly and efficiently- thank you once again. Our room was on floor 21 with a view of the little lake. The room was rather 'tired' and in need of updating and our curtains were hanging off the rail so did not close fully. Notes - tiny bars of soap provided - shampoo and shower gel in small sachets and the shampoo pack contents hardly enough to wash even short hair - no conditioner - decent hairdryer - bottled water provided on first day only - thereafter, each floor has a large water cooler where you can replenish bottles. Food Breakfast is buffet style and a frantic affair. Food is reasonable and some eggs cooked to order. There are a number of restaurants to eat in. If you want buffet style this is 750 Rubles and once again the food whilst not outstanding is fine. The drinks menu is only in Russian, which is a shame Transport We used the Metro to get into Moscow centre with the station - Partizanskaya - a short walk from the hotel. This line takes you directly to Red Square. If you do have time, we recommend you go and look at a number of other Metro Stations. They are magnificent and each one completely different. We found the Metro to be clean, efficient (trains every 90 seconds) safe and amazing value for money. Overall a reasonable hotel, rather old fashioned and in need of refurbishment. Huge tour groups stay here too and if we had been travelling independently probably would have chosen somewhere else.
Breakfast and dinner were very good. The bed was very comfortable. We had plenty of clean towels. The shower pressure in our first - river view - room was amazing, the second room - city view shower pressure was not so good. Very clean hotel. The lobby needs more chairs / seats for arriving / departing groups.
Delta is 4 Stars Hotel. and Gamma is 3 stars hotel. I stayed in Delta Hotel. This hotel is Located in Izmailovo zone in Moscow. Lobby is always crowded and full of tourists. Partisanskaya Metro station is near Hotel, 500 meter. And very nice and beautiful lake is near the hotel. every morning you can go there for walking. Staff are kind but they are busy and need to ask them sometimes to answer your request. Break fast is good and rooms are comfortable. you can ask to change your pillow or bed if they are not suitable for your body. rooms with lake view are suggested. There is a coffee room in each floor and also you can ask to add Tea Pot to your room.
After a long day traipsing about Moscow, we headed to our hotel. The hotel reminded me of hotels along 6th Avenue in New York City, built in the 1950s or 1960s. The interior was nicely appointed. It was very crowded in the lobby, but our check-in process was seamless. The room was perfect, not too big like American hotels, not to small like some hotels I have rented in London. I have to say that my favorite thing about this hotel was the breakfast. A very large ballroom held many, many people, and there was a very large buffet filling half the room with a choice of meats, eggs, pastries, fruits, cheeses, and drinks. Fantastic. The location is also nice - right off the Metro. Would recommend this hotel for anyone in the area.
Located in Izmaylovo, Hotel Izmailovo Delta is adjacent to The Kremlin in Izmailovo and within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights like Izmaylovo Estate. This 1000-room, 4-star hotel has 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Michail Svetlov, which specializes in international cuisine. Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or 16 coffee shops/cafés. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11:00 AM.
All 1000 air-conditioned accommodations feature a separate bedroom. TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in pillow menus and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Refrigerators, safes, and phones are other standard amenities.
Guests staying at Hotel Izmailovo Delta enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is available for RUB 500.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a conference center, a hair salon, and a convenience store.