Lonely Planet review
It's hard to find this tiny place – go into the courtyard and look for entrance number 3, where you might spot a computer-printed sign in the 3rd-floor window. Inside, there is a great, welcoming atmosphere, although the place is packed. Ten to 12 beds are squeezed into the dorm rooms, plus there are mattresses on the floor if need be. There is not really any common space, except the small foyer and kitchen, but everybody seems to get along like comrades. Breakfast is not included.
Our independent authors have visited Comrade Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Moscow.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
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