UNUSUAL ROOMS FOR RENT IN RUSSIA
Little Britain in St. Petersburg
If you’re looking for a unique way to experience Russian culture, then Penny Lane in St. Petersburg may be the perfect place for you. This small but cozy hotel is decorated with photos of the Beatles and a door that looks like a London red phone box, topped with an Abbey Road plaque. The kitchen is decked with tartan prints and British food items, like baked beans. Cleanliness and all the basic necessities, including tea and biscuits, are a priority here.
Where: St Petersburg
How much: 1,200 rubles per night
How many: 5 double rooms and 1 single room
Moscow Attic Loft with Character
This attic loft in the center of Moscow is furnished with leather and wooden vintage pieces, making it the perfect place to relax and forget about the nightlife outside. The plaster work, painted white and gold, combined with dark natural wood creates a luxurious atmosphere like something out of a Gustav Klimt painting. It’s an unbeatable combination of location, character, and comfort.
How much: 6,248 rubles ($109) per night
How many: Can sleep up to 3
Tiny House in the Woods
If you’re looking for a peaceful getaway, this tiny house in the woods is the perfect choice. Located near the village of Zavidovo, the house is made from natural materials and surrounded by trees. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic weekend or a peaceful retreat. The house is equipped with all the necessary amenities and the hosts are happy to provide you with a traditional Russian breakfast.
How much: 2,000 rubles per night
How many: Sleeps up to 4
Whether you’re looking for a unique cultural experience or a peaceful retreat, Russia has a variety of unusual rooms for rent. From a Little Britain in St. Petersburg to a tiny house in the woods, there’s something to fit every traveler’s needs. Read more in The Moscow Times to find the perfect room for your Russian holiday.