Zebra Hostel Kazan

Zebra is a spacious hostel a mere 20 minute ride from the historical center. Although there is commute involved you will still be able to conveniently access all of Kazan’s tourist attractions with public transport, coming back to the hostel you get to wind down by a pond with ducks just across the street.

Cozy recently renovated pastel-colored rooms can accommodate between 2 and 12 people. Each room has everything to provide a comfortable stay — snug beds with orthopedic mattresses, individual cabinets and private bathrooms with a shower cabin.

A spacious guest kitchen is equipped with modern cooking appliances and there is a separate dining area to enjoy your home-made meal. If cooking is not an option, there are numerous cafes and restaurants steps away (to name a couple — Asia and Steakhouse Rodeo), the helpful reception staff will be happy to provide you with a comprehensive list of nearby diners.

Breakfasts in Zebra Hostel are a pleasant surprise, since they are included in the price of the private room accommodation (must be ordered in advance though).

A very clean and quiet place to stay, with water coolers on each floor, superfriendly personnel and proximity to both nature and public transport Zabra Hostel is a perfect spot for relaxed travellers.

ADDRESSES

18A Ulitsa Fatyha Amirhana

PRICE:

starting at ≈8/bed

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