Zolotoy Kolos Hotel

Yaroslavskaya Street 15, Moscow, Central Russia, 129366, Russian Federation | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZolotoy Kolos Hotel Moscow

Reviewed by sheilarickbevis

Moscow is very Russian!

Reviewed May 1, 2014
by (1 review) , France Flag of France

A good, large clean room, well appointed and all in excellent order. We were welcomed although we spoke no Russian apart from sign language and spasiba (thank you). Breakfast was ok for the first two mornings but as this morning is Mayday breakfast was not available so we self catered!

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