NETIZEN poshtel pioneer in Russia: read on RBC

NETIZEN poshtel pioneer in Russia: read on RBC

With the approach of the FIFA World Cup in the cities where the matches were held, the capes began to open, that is, hostels with designer repairs. There are already about 100 such mini-hotels in Russia, Izvestia reports.

The gowns have both multi-seat and standard rooms, and a prerequisite is a high level of service and high-quality interior design with an emphasis on common areas. Such mini-hotels suggest closer communication with other guests. Therefore, foreigners, in order to understand Russia, will often choose this particular type of hotel, the newspaper notes.

The moles have already opened in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Yekaterinburg and Kazan. The cost of living in such mini-hotels is higher than in hostels, about two times, follows from the publication.

In early April, a center for accommodation of fans and tourists wishing to find housing during the 2018 FIFA World Cup began in Moscow. Telephone operators of the center will help guests of the championship by telephone to choose a suitable location in the city.

In the capital, the cost of living in hotels, hostels and apartments during the 2018 World Cup has more than tripled compared to the same period last year. A standard hotel room during the mundial will cost 9 thousand rubles. per day, and you can rent an apartment for an average of 15 thousand rubles.