Where to Stay in Moscow
Moscow has a reputation for having some of the world’s most expensive hotel accommodation, although things have changed for the better over the last few years. While the city caters mostly to well-heeled business travelers with expense accounts to match, Moscow has been gradually adding new lodgings with more variety to choose from. Now the city boasts a better range of low- and medium-cost options, including friendly hostels, rejuvenated historical gems and oddities not commonly encountered elsewhere.
There’s free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and they even offer free use of the hotel’s tablet computers. Sleepbox Hotel is located round the corner from the main street, Tverskaya, and 5 minutes’ walk from Belorussky railway station with its express train to Sheremetyevo Airport, and the metro ring line with its easy connections to Moscow’s other airports.