Kebur Palace Hotel

Address: 32 Ostozhenka ulitsa, Moscow, Central Russia, 119034, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Day One - Farewell Blighty, Hello Rushki

    A travel blog entry by ourlongholiday on Sep 18, 2014

    ... us, as our destination had a hyphen in the name, it was one of the easier ones to identify on the list.

    Alighting at Kitay-Gorod Metro station, we once again found ourselves in a state of confusion. Multiple exits to the station left us unsure of which to take to bring us close to the hostel. It’s probably worth pointing out that when we booked the hostel, some reviewers had commented that "It’s difficult to find" whilst others had pointed out ...

    Doing the offski after an emotional roller coaster

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jul 30, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... and emigration at the same time! It was a bit weird at Heathrow. You know when you go away on holiday and you try to spend every last bit of foreign currency you have on meaningless items before you fly home to the UK as you'll not need the currency again, well we had to do that with £'s which seemed a bit odd. Anyway we are now fully stocked up with small gifts to give away to families & kids we may meet or stay with on our way. So, we have just arrived in a roasting ...

    Day 9 - Arriving in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 08, 2013

    37 photos

    ... about 7 quid). Given the magnitude of what was inside, this didn't seem too bad. We spent an hour or two wandering round and looking at the various churches and government buildings and enjoying the view back out onto Moscow from the raised position of the Kremlin. We got back to the hostel and had a potentially pivotal moment in our trip. We had felt a bit flat on the previous day as we wandered around Kiev and had discussed that, but that was ...

    In the Footsteps of Rock Stars

    A travel blog entry by kendracassels on Jul 05, 2013

    15 photos

    ... sits around 86%. This high figure is typical of Moscow hotels and is on par with his competitive set. Room rates are also high compared to other European cities due to the fact that demand exceeds supply. Despite plans for hotel development, very few rooms are being added each year, making this high occupancy and room rate quite stable. One advantage that the Renaissance has is its sizeable meeting and event space. There are very few options for large ...

    10 reasons why I love Russia

    A travel blog entry by jenflorido on Jun 13, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... food. There is a lot of beige and brown food in Russia, all usually available from the street vendors. Pancakes with cheese, dumplings, stroganoff and pastries, sweet or with frankfurters. Oh and salty porridge. I have a bit of a love hate relationship with the last one. We were served porridge in one of the hostels and I spat my first spoonful right out. The Russians like their porridge salty and once I got used ...