254 beds in 61 rooms
The "Podmoskovye" Hostel is located in the very heart of Kaliningrad, in the building of the historical architectural monument of the Moscow Hotel, hence its name. The main cultural attractions of the western resort are located nearby. And nearby is the elite old district of Amalienau, famous for the mansions and villas of the former Königsberg.

The hostel is one of the largest in the area and offers accommodation for more than 250 guests in various categories. In addition to comfortable rooms, the hostel has public areas, a kitchen and its own library. The carefully selected interior creates an atmosphere of home comfort. Hostel "Podmoskovye" offers a wide range of services to make each guest's stay unforgettable and enjoyable.

20 sq. m, cozy quadruple room with bunk beds and private bathroom
1240 r./night
per bed
25 sq. m, spacious quadruple room with bunk beds and private bathroom
1440 r./night
per bed
Family S
35 sq. m, up to 6 guests, spacious two-room suite with single bunk beds and private bathroom
· Double bed
· Single beds
8640 r./night
50 sq. m, up to 7 guests, spacious three-room suite with bunk beds and private bathroom
· Double bed
· Single beds
10080 r./night
Family M
5 reasons to stay with us
City center
Variety of categories
All kinds
Huge library
Kaliningrad regularly hosts a variety of musical events, including international ones: the organ competition named after. M. Tariverdieva, jazz festival "Kaliningrad City Jazz", rock festival "Kaliningrad In Rock" and many others. Every autumn the Baltic Seasons art festival takes place - theater troupes from all over Russia present their best performances.

For a long time, Kaliningrad belonged to Germany. The history of the city began in 1255, when the knights of the Teutonic Order founded a fortress on a hill and named it Königsberg (Royal Mountain). The city first passed to Russia in 1758, after the victory in the Seven Years' War. However, in 1762 the lands were returned to the Kingdom of Prussia. Koenigsberg again became Russian in 1946, when, after the end of World War II, part of German territory was transferred to the USSR. At the same time, a new name appeared - Kaliningrad, in honor of the Soviet party leader Mikhail Ivanovich Kalinin.

Kaliningrad, Mira Ave., 19/21, Kaliningrad region, 236022