Cherry Hostel

The fruity theme doesn’t end with the name of the Cherry Hostel. Its rooms are all named after scrumptious fruits and berries — Blackberry, Banana, Peach, Lemon, Apple, etc. There is a total of eleven spacious and clean rooms, accommodating from 3 to 10 people depending on the room. Altogether the hostel has the capacity to host up to 76 people at a time. In fact, it’s the largest hostel in Samara’s historical center.

As for amenities — all the basics are in place, all rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with individual lockers, the bathrooms and showers are shared. There’s a roomy kitchen/living space with cable TV, karaoke, a library and panoramic windows with a view of the Volga.

The location is exactly where you want to be — on the Volga embankment, close to Strukovsky park, river boat station, and public transportation to take you in any direction you desire.

How do 196 steps to the beach sound? That’s not something many hostels offer, right? With its friendly personnel, excellent location and reasonable prices, Cherry Hostel is a great choice for a budget stay in Samara.

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