Metallurg Hotel is itself a point of interest in Tula. Its building was constructed in the late 1930s in the style of constructivism. Initially it was occupied by professionals who participated in building Tulachermet, a ferrous metal mining company. That is how the inn got its name.
Metallurg Hotel is arguably the most unusual place to put up guests in the city. The interiors of guest rooms, corridors and other rooms of the inn feel frozen in the times when children wore red scarves, and Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears ran in cinemas. The photos styled after that period turn out rather well.
Naturally, this format of accommodation will not be everyone’s cup of tea in the 20th century. Metallurg Hotel will catch the fancy of the following categories of citizens:
Metallurg Hotel is essentially a litmus test for a guest’s temperament. Arguably only people of the sanguine and phlegmatic humors can appreciate this truly charming place.
Guests are offered a choice of the following rooms:
On the ground floor of the inn is Metallurg Café, where you can order a combo lunch at a reasonable price. Besides, Dixy and Magnit chain supermarkets are just a stone’s throw away. And if guests would like to have lunch at a restaurant, the nearest ones are located near Proletarian Park.
The most significant tourist place of the Proletarian District is the Shcheglovsky Monastery built in 1859. Here guests of the city can touch such relics as a shrine with a piece of Saint Panteleon’s relic and the image of with a piece of her holy relic.
Just a couple stops away from the inn you can take a walk around Proletarian Park.
Metallurg Hotel is situated at Dovatora Street, 3 in Tula. To book a room, please call +7 (4872) 40‒78‒17.