Description:This kosher mini hotel in Moscow is not far from Kremlin. There is kosher kitchen and space to eat for up to 60 persons. The rooms are located in building of The Institute for Jewish Studies, about 7 minutes walk from Taganskaya and Marksistskaya... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 2 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 0 (N/A)
This kosher mini hotel in Moscow is not far from Kremlin. There is kosher kitchen and space to eat for up to 60 persons. The rooms are located in building of The Institute for Jewish Studies, about 7 minutes walk from Taganskaya and Marksistskaya subway stations. The rooms have Internet connection, Air-condition, Fridge, TV with Satellite.
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