Part of the vast Izmailovo Hotel Complex, the Izmailovo Alfa is a little more expensive than its sister properties, a policy it justifies with its extensive conferencing facilities and the high standards of top room categories.
The Izmailovo Alfa located in the north-east of Moscow. It is also on the edge of the historic Izmailovskiy Park, the childhood home of Peter the Great, which contains the well-known Izmailovskiy Souvenir Market at weekends. It is just a few minutes away from the Partizanskaya Metro Station and thus, reaching this place would not be a great deal of challenge for any visitor.
- Check-in and Check-out time starts at noon.
- Minimum check-in age is 18 years.
- Government-issued photo identification and cash deposit are required.
- Children 3 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent’s room, using existing bedding o Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
- Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
- Partizanskaya Metro Station
- Les menus
- French Food
- Woker – Cafeteria
- Cafe Pushkin – Russian Food
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41.11% of people who visit Moscow include Izmailovo Alfa in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
40% of people start their Izmailovo Alfa visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Izmailovo Alfa
93.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Izmailovo Alfa
Actually you can stay anywhere while you're in Moscow as long as it's near with Metro. This hotel, also with Alfa and Delta, is near with Metro station. It's good hotel and totally recommended. Near to bus station and restaurant area. It has restaurant and money changer inside.
Average 3star international hotel. Rooms are pretty nice. Some of the staff wasn't too friendly. A lot of restaurants inside the facility. Very good location right next to a metro station. 20 mins from red square.
Good quality price hotel, clean with spacious room. 35 min metro ride to the Red Square.. 5 minutes walking to the nearest metro station. Internet connection is horrible. I got disconnected while I'm posting this review. TV is not working but who cares.. There is a lot to see in Moscow. Pillows are seriously bad. Breakfast is fine, above average for a 3 star hotel.
Rooms are decent. But they advertise having a gym and that's the reason we chose it over other ones. It turns out that they charge $25 dollars for 1 day pass at the gym.. That's 25 dollars not rubles. What a ripoff!
It’s not a great hotel. The gamma is in the delta gamma complex and the hotel indicated delta is 4 stars and gamma is 3. No air conditioning during a heat wave and the room was 30 degrees for 3 days. Other than it’s clean and serviced daily.