Courtyard Moscow Paveletskaya
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Moscow Paveletskaya
We stayed here for business. It's a block from the train station, has a great steak & ale restaurant across the block, and a Starbucks around the corner (about 2.5 blocks away). You could walk to Red Square, but it's only 2 stops by metro. Great service. Good morning breakfast.
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