Park Inn by Radisson Sadu, Moscow Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
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We stayed at the Park Inn Sadu for a couple of days only. The hotel was well-situated within a ten-minutes walk from the Red Square and other historic and cultural amenities. However, we didn't get a chance to enjoy a decent view from the room so this option should be explicitely settled with the Hotel in advance. The room itself was small but well-maintained and properly cleaned each day. The Wi-Fi is in place but way too slow so don't count on it. There had been a constant trouble getting up by the lift: one has to first insert the card and then choose the floor. However, the cards work randomly and ,as a receptionist had explained to us, are easily made invalid by passing though the metal detectors (which tourists to pretty much while staying in Moscow). The breakfast was set up poorly: the room was too small to fit in all the guests so most people ended up staying and waiting until free seats appear. And then they had to watch up not to get their chairs stolen while refilling drinks/snacks. As for the latter, the assortment wasn't that huge though all the necessary items were in place. Overall, it's a good deal for the price but beware the "rush hour" in the breakfast room.
Good hotel for a brief stay during business trip. Nice streets full of restaurants just 5 min walk away. Had good rest in the hotel room which was quiet and pleasant. Breakfast was okey but not great.
We stayed here on the 18th-20th of April for TransRussia exhibition and chose the hotel because it is a part of Club Carlon and Radisson which normally should guarantee a certain level of quality despite being in Russia were the hotel can't be compared equally to Western standards. The service was overall very poor and especially in the restaurant noboby paid any attention to the guests. We waited for a Club Sandwhich to arrive for almost a hour and when it arrived it was half cold and very poor. The next day we were at the restaurant and nobody bothered to provide any proactive servie to ask whether anything was needed etc. Three people were behind the counter... The room was ok in the Russian standards but overall would recommend to avoid this hotel unless you need to collect Club Carlson points.
Did not enjoy our stay here at all. The hotel, like everywhere in Moscow was overheated to the point of making you feel unwell... unable to adjust heating in room so slept with windows open. The bathroom was poky...with broken corner off vanity...leaving a jagged edge...very dangerous... and the water temperature regulation was terrible...one minute freezing and scalding hot the next. The breakfast was terrible and always crowded... not enough seating. Nothing positive to say.
Just stayed here for three nights with my friend. We both found the hotel clean, comfortable and the staff friendly and helpful. The room was a decent size, we had Wi-Fi access with no problems over the 3 days. Location wise google maps put it as half hour walk from Red Square, myself and my friend did it in about 20 minutes. It's a nice walk from the hotel into Red Square, it takes you over the river and if you have time to wander strolling down to lovers bridge to is worthwhile. There was a 24 hour shop near the hotel so we were able to stock up on snacks and bottled water. It took us a half hour walk from the railway station to get to the hotel, there is a metro you could take we just felt like walking. I will say do not get a taxi from the airport into the city or back. We took the express train took us 45minutes and cost 500rubles (€8) a taxi we were quoted at 6400rubles (€100) I would stay here again if I ever come back to Moscow.
Few hiccups with check in. Took 15 mins for check in as staff was an trainee. Took another 10 mins after I asked where is the other room key (total 2 rooms). Afterward, required us to go down again as staff missed a page for passport. About 4 min walk fr hotel to metro polyanka. Got varieties of food and drinks, both in hot and cold selection available.
Clean, huge room (with a little t.v.), staff was helpful, well worth the money. Close to Red Square. You can walk there. My room had a small balcony; amazing views. Breakfast was OK, nothing special. It was simple European with sliced cheeses, meats, cereal, yogurts.
Two night stay in January. Service is friendly and efficient with no issues despite checking in after midnight. Location is central being a few minutes walk from Red Square. Hotel were happy to book taxis but note that the service charged to your room is the more luxurious end so you may want to use one of the local apps for a cheaper service. The rooms were clean and comfortable with free bottled water although the heating was uncomfortably warm and despite there being a thermostat, the heating remained on full blast. This was not isolated to just my room - my colleague had a similar experience. Wifi is free but slow and you have to pay for a premium service. Breakfast was ok with the usual selection of bread, cold meats, cheese, yogurt, eggs etc. Don't expect to find any facilities like a gym, this is pretty basic but the price was reasonable bearing in mind hotels in Moscow tend to be expensive.
1. fantastic location (walking distance to the Moscow river, the Kremlin, the Tretyakov gallery, the Red October complex) 2. reasonable room rate 3. spacious rooms 4. free wifi (! however if you have Mac you would most likely have to change your settings, otherwise it won't work. the hotel reception can't help you with that, thought it's a simple thing to write it down to share with the guests if asked, so when there is no IT guy in the house after traditional business hours, no one can help you) - lots of supermarkets, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants and even pubs nearby - located near several metro stations - good transport access Heads up: - some facilities are shabby (in my room the bathroom door was chipped & shower holder semi-attached. - rooms with the street window are VERY noisy (the windows on that side face the main road and a major road cross - with that bridge which is daily closed for Mr Putin twice a day, traffic jams every day). + 2 churches with bell towers (the latter is not disturbing - if you don't have a phone call, just a thing to consider)
This hotel is in walking distance to red square and you will get nice Radisson Blu quality for the money! Rooms are clean and really big! Breakfast are not so "huge", but everybody can choose. Also, there is a lot of restaurants nearby, so if you are looking for nice, well located and average price hotel in Moscow ... choose this, you will not be disappointed!
Located in Yakimanka within a short walk of State Tretyakov Gallery, Park Inn by Radisson Sadu, Moscow Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. This 117-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast and a restaurant, along with free in-room WiFi. Located in central Moscow, the hotel is also near Moscow Kremlin and Red Square.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's café, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.
All 117 soundproofed accommodations feature sitting areas. Plasma TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, free bottled water, and safes.
At Park Inn by Radisson Sadu, Moscow Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a computer station. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a gift shop, and a porter/bellhop.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 515 reviews