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Key Hotel

58 Sovetskaya St., Tula
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  • Description

    Key Hotel is a small and comfortable hotel located in a quiet side street in the centre of Tula. Due to the fact that the hotel is located next to the so-called “Old Tula Posad”, it is easy to get from it to the best sights of the Armory Capital: the Tula Kremlin, the Tula Samovar Museum, the Gingerbread Museum, as well as the oldest weapons museum in Russia. Key Hotel is your key to the heart of the City of Craftsmen.

    Accommodation

    Key Hotel offers a choice of five room categories:

    • Economy – a compact room on the attic floor with a double bed and the most affordable price;
    • Standard – a spacious room with an area of 28 sq. m;
    • Comfort – a room with a seating area that has a cosy sofa and a coffee table;
    • Superior Comfort – a room with a separate living and bedroom area;
    • Apartment – a three-room suite with two bedrooms, a dining area, and a kitchen.

    The unique interior design allows making wonderful photos you won't hesitate to share in social media. Tell and show everyone where you stayed when you visited the Gingerbread Capital!

    Meal Options

    Key Hotel invites its guests to have breakfast at the Lepim i Varim dumpling shop. Even if guests don't have a liking for this Siberian dish, here they will find something to eat and gain energy to spend the day. Breakfast is included in the price. By showing a Key Hotel key in the Lepim i Varim dumpling shop, guests will receive a 10% discount on the entire menu.

    Places of Interest

    We are located in the very heart of Russia's Armory Capital, a stone's throw from Sovetskaya Street, which used to be called Posolskaya until the second quarter of the 20th century. The first couple of places that we advise our guests to visit are Creative Industrial Cluster Oktava and the Machine Tool Museum located on the second floor of the cluster.

    The next point for exploring the city can be a museum devoted to the creator of chromatic accordion, Nikolai Beloborodov. Here, guests will find out the history of accordions, the first industrialists who manufactured them, and their later production in the Armory Capital.

    Next, guests can visit the Tula Kremlin, the Samovar Museum, Kazanskaya Embankment, and Metallistov Street.

    Once they have had a walk around the city, guests will return to Key Hotel located at 58 Sovetskaya Street. To book a room, please call : 8-903-038-25-25. Come to Key Hotel, have a nice stay, and leave your feedback!


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    58 Sovetskaya St., Tula
    8-903-038-25-25
    24/7
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