A hostel is a priori a multicultural place — sometimes one room accommodates people from different continents. The creators of ScotchHostel have taken this insight even further. Each of the four dorm rooms is dedicated to a specific country. The 8-bed “Germany” is minimalistic and practical.
The 10-bed “Sweden” is haven for ABBA fans. The 4-bed “Italy” recreates the ambiance of old winding streets. The biggest room, the 14-bed ‘Britain’ has its own peculiar feature, too — bunk beds are disguised as double-decker buses. In 2016 ScotchHostel was even nominated for Russian Hospitality awards in two categories “Best Hostel of the Year” and “Best Design Hostel of the Year”.
Each bed is equipped with black-out-ish curtain, an individual power outlet and a lamp. In addition to the remarkable dorms, they’ve got a cozy shared kitchen with a microwave, an oven and a toaster.
A computer room, spacious storeroom, a chill-out area with a large sofa and a TV, a phone to make local and international calls — are all at your disposal. If you are too tired for sight seeing or the weather let you down, borrow different board games from the lounge to spend your evening.
Location is another trump card of ScotchHostel — it’s only a 30-minute ride from the airport. If you’re coming by bus or by train, this place is a real treasure, it’s less than a 20 minute walk from the central station.