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Address: Arbat, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hostel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHome from Home Hostel Moscow

    Reviewed by rosboroughs

    Bit like staying in a student doss house!

    Reviewed Apr 16, 2011
    by (8 reviews) Stalybridge , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Interesting building with some quirky touches like murals and mismatched doors and furniture to make it look homely. Room not too bad, but on our first two days there were people sleeping in every corridor, on the sofas etc which gave the place the feeling that you were in some sort of squat! The sink was overflowing with dirty dishes and with graffiti covering the wall in our room it all felt a bit too like student digs, which isnt really what I'd want for a £40 a night hostel room!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Home from Home Hostel Moscow

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair
     

    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    No English

    A travel blog entry by kiwisinflight on Jul 01, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Russian!

    We really did enjoy our time in Moscow.
    We spent our first day visiting the parks and views of the city. We got a bit more of a view than we'd bargained for near the University ( you'll understand when you see the pictures.
    Moscow is a very flat cut so we did manage to get to the highest point and overlook the city, although no spectacular views, there was a downward ski jump that opens in ...

    Tours and NYE

    A travel blog entry by lewy9715 on Dec 31, 2012

    34 photos

    ... old ~1700s, but is actually about 17 years old – its a reconstruction. When it was dismantled a man watched from the museum window and took measurements at night time so that he had very detailed plans of the church which they were able to use to rebuild the church. Walked through gate to back of Red Square and around to watch the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown solder next to Kremlin and then to Ruins Grotto (decorated with debris from ...