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The flat that is always in heavy demand is our big, deluxe, very comfortable 2-bedroom on the Garden Ring road. Great location and it will impress all that enter it. One bedroom has one large bed; the other bedroom has one large bed (new) and one small bed. There is a sofa-sleeper for two and a lounger-sleeper for one in the family room. It has a TV/VCR (multi-system for all formats of VHS tapes), new digital satellite dish with CNN in English and many channels in both English and Russian (merely push a button on the remote to alternate between the languages), big refrig, new washer/dryer, new microwave, new iron, gas stove, new CD/stereo, large kitchen table (for six) in a very large kitchen with everything you need, etc. - the flat has everything you need. I'm not sure you could ask for a better location. The exact address is Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya #8; right on, and overlooking, the Garden Ring. Balconies with unobstructed views in the front (Garden Ring) and back (city center). This ideal location can't be stressed enough. Metro Sukharevskaya is on the same block up the street and metro Svetnoy Bulvar is a few minutes walk the opposite way and is located next to the famed Moscow Circus. There is a wonderful variety of cafes and restaurants within a few hundred yards; including a nice Japanese restaurant, new McDonalds, Subway, Cafe Courvoisier (most 'hip' dining place in the city), restaurant Korchma (100% authentic Ukrainian), and Baskin-Robbins. On the same block, you will also find a flower shop, money exchange, food/fruit/vegetable stands, a pharmacy, and 24-hour markets. On the 6th floor with speedy, reliable elevator; security entrance; quiet neighbors. I feel my pricing is very reasonable and a bargain for what you get. Right now, the Marriott and Sheraton start at about $280 (including the 25% hotel taxes here in Moscow) for merely a standard double; for some perspective. Something of this size and amenities would be not less than $450/night at any decent hotel in the city. At $130-170/night, this 2-bedroom flat is a real steal when you compare it to the cost of the better hotels in the city. I require a $150 deposit in advance to guarantee any apartment.
Included Services: Move in assistance gladly provided. Rick
and his wife Natasha are available 24/7 in English and/or
Russian. They can offer you an abundance of free advice on
dining, shopping, nightlife, and tourist attractions. Need something? Just ask
Additional Services: Airport transfers for $35 for
guests only (add $5 for Domodedovo airport). Train
station transfers only $15 - again, for guests only.
Visa Support: Tourist visa invitation ($40) and
/ or visa registration ($20).
Payment: All prices are quoted in US dollars. A deposit
of $150 is required to guarantee an apartment.
Deposits and rents can be paid in the US via bank check or
money order and/or in Moscow via cash, Western Union, or
MoneyGram. Dollars or Euros are preferred, but rubles
Receipts available upon request. There are absolutely no
unpleasant surprises in the form of miscellaneous charges, fees, commissions, etc. The price is exactly as confirmed and includes all taxes.
Rick has lived in Moscow since 1996 and is married to a
Russian lady (Natasha) with one young daughter (Angelika).
Rick has the only American owned and managed apartment
service in Moscow and his standards of service have earned
him a worldwide reputation. Please
contact us if you have any questions we are ready to make your stay in
Moscow an enjoyable one.