You can get around easily via the nearby subway – or use the round-the-clock Moscow public bus service. The area is also well-supplied with cabs and uber.
See the video below to see the stylish accommodation that’s on offer.
Like most hostels, it’s a budget option but that doesn’t mean that the issues that are important to us all – hygiene, comfort, friendliness – have been sacrificed as the video demonstrates.
There are all the amenities you’d expect such as free wifi etc., and other facilities which are great for travellers are available too – secure storage, self-catering faclities, air conditioning/heating, laundry and ironing facilities, parking and even a book exchange. (I admit to having a particular fondness for book exchanges when travelling light!)
HOW TO FIND SPUTNIK HOSTEL, MOSCOW
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