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Pentahotel Moscow, Arbat features 4-star pet-friendly accommodation in Moscow. The lifestyle hotel has a fitness centre and a terrace. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Offering free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk, Vremena Goda Hotel is situated in Moscow city centre, a 5-minute walk from Arbatskaya Metro Station.
Just a 8-minute walk to Kropotkinskaya and Park Kultury Metro Stations, this hotel in central Moscow offers free WiFi and free parking. Cosy rooms offer a flat-screen TV, air conditioning and safe. Hospitality , superb location in the quite center , near Main Church and just 30 minutes by walk to...
Set in Moscow, within 2.3 km of Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and 2.5 km of Arbat Street, CHEERS Arbat provides accommodation with a bar and a shared lounge, and free WiFi. (: stayed there 3 nights, it was amazing and staff ( liza is very helpful ;-)
Located in a historic building on Arbat Street, Boutique Hotel Arbat 6 is set in Moscow and offers accommodation with a gym and private parking. Staff was warmhearted, speaking English well and location is perfect.
Located in Moscow, 100 metres from Arbat Street, Nabat Palace Arbat provides air-conditioned rooms and a bar.
Attractively located in the Khamovniki district of Moscow, Winterfell Old Arbat is situated 1.7 km from Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, 1.8 km from Arbat Street and 2.3 km from Cathedral of Christ the... Very good interior, super clean and lovely staff!
Set in Moscow, an 8-minute walk from Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and Kropotkinskaya Metro Station, Winterfell on Kropotkinskaya features rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi. Clean, good staff, good location
Located in Moscow city centre, a 12-minute walk from Arbatskaya Metro Station, CityComfort Hotel on Arbatskaya offers free WiFi. The rooms feature a seating area, flat-screen TV and hairdryer. Great location! Rooms are a bot noisy, you can hear people walking and talking around you but other...
A fine museum but be aware: virtually all the Greek, Roman, Medieval and Renaissance masterpieces are plaster copies (virtually everything exposed on the second floor). You come here to see the less known but interesting archaeological finds from Russia and some from Egypt (the first 8-10 rooms on first floor). Unfortunately many Russian, Central Asia and Siberian finds are labelled only in Cyrillic, including some important ones (some previous study may help).
Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and Tretyakov Gallery are boty a must for anyone interested in fine arts.