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Hotel Chicago Hostel in Moscow

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This hostel is set in the centre of Moscow, just a 5-minute walk from Chistye Prudy Metro Station. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Chicago Hostel. The stylish, air-conditioned dormitory room are decorated with wall paintings and include individual lockers. The shared bathroom facilities are in the hallway. A shared fully equipped kitchen is available for guests to prepare home-cooked meals. A variety of cafés and restaurants can be found within a 2-minute walk from the hotel. Guests can relax in a shared lounge room with a TV and 2 sofas. Table games are also available. The Kremlin and the Red Square are just 2 metro stops from Chicago Hostel. Belorussky Train Station, where the Aeroexpress train from Sheremetyevo International Airport arrives, is 4.8 km away.
Room amount5
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Check in/outCheck-in from 13:00
Check-out until 11:30
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