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Mamaison Pokrovka

At a Glance

    Pros

  • stylish, comfortable rooms
  • close to many restaurants and metro stations

    Cons

  • poor views
  • impersonal service

Mamaison Pokrovka Review

Rooms at this rather puzzling place at the end of winding ulitsa Pokrovka, all of them suites, pull off that elusive combination of poshness and comfort; there's lots of empty square feet to stretch out in and many have well-equipped kitchens. The lobby, with circular violet-and-gold couches that evoke flying saucers, is a refreshing contrast to the humdrum facade. Through a glass door across from reception, a restaurant with hanging steel-globe lamps and blob-shaped couches keep you aboard the starship. The staff can seem less than affable and there's no view to speak of from any room, but the neighborhood is peaceful as well as close to the center.

    Hotel Details

  • 84 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-18-2013

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