1 Room, 2 Guests
Room 1Remove Room

AGE: Child




  • Blues Hotel
  • Check Price

Blues Hotel

8 Dovatora Str,Moscow,RU,Russia
Check in 15:00
Check Out
Business trip Ksenia A on 20/03/2017 08:55 115 Reviews

-mini-Hotel Blues Was Opened In 2010 And We Invite You To visit Our Hotel. We Have A Lot Of Advantages Such As location - Our Hotel Located In Downtown Of Moscow In The central Administrative District In 3 Minutes Walk From The metro Station Sportivnaya-A

View More
8 Dovatora Str,Moscow,RU,Russia

Similar hotels in bangalore

Novotel Moscow City

Presnenskaya Naberezhnaya, 2,Moscow,RU,Russia 1030 Reviews
View Hotels

Mercure Arbat Moscow

Smolenskaya Square 6,Moscow,RU,Russia 1319 Reviews
View Hotels

Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre, Moscow

Europe Square, 2,Moscow,RU,Russia 856 Reviews
View Hotels

Kebur Palace Hotel

OSTOZHENKA STR., 32,Moscow,RU,Russia 111 Reviews
View Hotels

Hotel Details

Blues Hotel

8 Dovatora Str,Moscow,RU,Russia 0 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
Check Out


-mini-Hotel Blues Was Opened In 2010 And We Invite You To visit Our Hotel. We Have A Lot Of Advantages Such As location - Our Hotel Located In Downtown Of Moscow In The central Administrative District In 3 Minutes Walk From The metro Station Sportivnaya-A

Hotels Photos

Blues Hotel

Hotel Location

Blues Hotel

8 Dovatora Str,Moscow,RU,Russia
#50 of 288 hotels in Moscow
Overall Rating 4.5Rating from 115 reviews
Rating Summary LocationSleep QualityRoomsServiceValueCleanliness
Traveller Type business(49) couples(32) solo(9) family(12) friends(7)

What People are saying

Business trip

Ksenia Aon 20/03/2017 08:55

Very good!!! Clean, little and cozy room. Room has all the necessery staff for good stay. Silence, not far from Subway. Very delicious breakfast included in price of the room. We certainly come back after a while.

Fantastic hotel

Bas Aon 01/03/2017 10:34

All New, very clean and nicely decorated rooms. Friendly and helpfull, english speaking service, great breakfast. We really loved our stay here. Also the neighborhood is nice and close to metro station.

Great boutique hotel in convenient yet quiet location

gurdjon 30/11/2016 05:46

I stayed here for 5 glorious nights Nov 10-15. The weather was cold, but my room was toasty warm. I had a room on the second floor. Someone carried my back to my room when I arrived, not that it was necessary. If you can't handle stairs though, don't stay here. I don't think there is an elevator. It is on the metro's Red Line, around the corner from the Metro stop and 3 stops to the Kremlin. Very convenient. One stop to Park Cultura where you can change to other lines. It's a quiet residential type neighborhood with a cafe across the street and a grocery store steps away.
Other than the location, I chose this hotel because breakfast was included. I didn't want to fuss with finding a place to eat breakfast before getting on with my day sightseeing. The breakfast was glorious. So much to choose from! Besides the buffet you could order omelettes or scrambled eggs from the menu. I didn't have to eat again until dinnertime. From 5 to 6 the hotel offers free espresso drinks and sweets in the restaurant. I never ate dinner in the restaurant so I cannot comment on that. There was a good restaurant within walking distance that I found in my guidebook (across from the convent). I also had good food at the cafe across the street. Those who said there was nowhere to eat nearby probably didn't look very hard. On my last day I had to leave at 6:30am for the airport. The hotel offered to make me a lunch to take with me since I was going to miss breakfast. The staff was wonderful. As a woman traveling alone I felt very safe in the neighborhood.

Mostly Ok with a few negative issues.

Sally Won 20/06/2016 09:48

Firstly, we really liked the location. It is a quiet residential neighbourhood, but the Sportivnaya metro is nearby and gets you into the centre very quickly. Please note the nearest exit/entrance to the metro is currently closed, but the other one is only 5 minutes walk away. We came by metro having arrived at Moscow station and it is straight through on the same line and probably takes about 20 minutes. Not only that, people kept helping me carry my bag up the stairs on the metro! Also the hotel is very near the famous Novodevichy convent so we were able to visit it before our afternoon flight home. There is a large supermarket by the entrance to the metro (the furthest one) and lots of other grocery shops, some bars, and restaurants if you walk a little further. We tended to have dinner wherever we were in Moscow and return to the hotel afterwards. They give you vouchers for 2 free drinks and there is a little garden patio at the back of the hotel (although it is in a car park surrounded by apartment blocks). We didn't try the restaurant as it is called the Crazy Hunter and as you can imagine there is not a lot of choice for vegetarians. (Elk sausages?!)
Here are some of the negatives - we were on the 3rd floor and no-one helped carry our bags upstairs (I am 65 with a bad knee). The room was in the attic and had sloping ceilings so anyone over 5 foot 6 would bang their heads. On the first morning there was no hot water. None at all, it was literally freezing. Called reception and they said it would be back on by 10am - but I got angry because we were only in Moscow for a few days and wanted to do lots of sightseeing. They sent a workman to the room - he climbed up into the loft and then they turned on the water boiler in the bathroom (which had a sign on it saying "Don't turn this heater on as you could disconnect the hot water in the hotel) and eventually I had a slightly warm, very quick shower. They left the heater on, so next morning we managed two little showers, but the water was cold when I was half way through mine even though we had turned the tap off in between shampooing and rinsing. The temperature on the heater had gone right down. The maid must have done something to the heater because the next day it was a bit better and we managed two showers. They did leave a letter of apology in the room with some champagne and fresh fruit so that was a lovely touch and we forgave them the inconvenience. The reception staff were always smiling and friendly and the room was very clean.

Breakfast was a patchy affair. The cooked breakfasts were lovely - I had pancakes and my husband had a veggie omelette, but you had to ask for them. The croissants were stale on some mornings, as was the bread, and nothing got refilled until you asked. The orange juice jug was always empty but re-filled when I asked, and the coffee was good. They supplied some lovely cheese, really delicious blue cheese, and some cooked vegetables (tomatoes with cheese). No muesli, just cornflakes. Service was Ok, depending which member of staff was on. We had to ask for coffee, as it was never offered.

Overall we grew quite fond of the place, but it is a bit basic and I would probably not choose it again, mainly because of the unreliability of the hot water.

warm and lovely staying

crina don 16/01/2016 16:24

Blues Hotel was the first and one of the most pleasant surprises we found in Moscow! Everything was extraordinary! Staff and services - marvelous. We had a lovely welcome: a small champagne bottle in the room, 2 vouchers for free drinks at the hotel restaurant, chocolates and fruit, hot drinks and water (daily provided). In the bathroom we found bathrobes!, towels, hygiene kit including toothbrushes and toothpaste, slippers. We were given a groundfloor room (n.15), that although facing the main street, was not noisy at all (the hotel is in a quiet area). Breakfast included not only a tasteful buffet (salmon!!), but also the opportunity for the guests to order dishes a la carte. When checking out, at an early hour, Anna at the reception was so kind to print us the boarding passes and to book us a taxi at a truly economic price (1000 rubles). We don't know if all hotels in Moscow or generally Russia act the same, but Blues Hotel was definitely the best hotel we ever stayed at!