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Housing World Cup fans in Russia

With the 2018 World Cup now in full swing, teams are competing for those elusive semi-final spots. With the host nation still in the competition after their famous victory, more fans will now be seeking accommodation across cities closer to the match stadiums.

Online Estate Agency, House Network, have been investigating the accommodation available to football fans travelling to Russia to support their home team. From the reasonably affordable to the most luxurious, House Network have provide the top places to stay across some of the host Russian cities.Moscow

Affordable – HostalAstra Na Basmannon
A fun, relaxed hostel with shared dorm-style rooms and private rooms available from £22 upwards (usually around £8 per night), this hostel is the perfect accommodation for anyone looking to enjoy the local bars, restaurants and cafes in-between football matches.

Luxury – Ritz Carlton Moscow
This world famous 5-star hotel experience is located moments from Moscow’s Red Square. With a rooftop bar overlooking the city, this hotel can cost as much as £900 for a double room for one night during the World Cup (rooms are usually between £350-420).

Saint Petersburg

Affordable – Right Place Hostel
Located close to the main railway station, this hostel offers shared dorm-style rooms and private rooms available from £6 upwards (World Cup prices are now around £20-30 a night). Just a short walk to the metro (Ploschad Vosstaniya), this hostel is perfect for any football fan on a budget.

Luxury – AirBnB
With many St Petersburg residents taking advantage of the World Cup coming to their home town, you can find several luxury apartments for short term rent in the heart of St Petersburg. This apartment would set you back almost £1,200 per night and sleeps up to four people.


Affordable – Hostel S Hotel
From as little as £6 per night during the World Cup, this hostel offers basic accommodation with clean rooms and free Wi-Fi. The hostel is situated close to the stadium and is perfect for anyone looking for somewhere to crash after a day of footballing celebrations.

Luxury – Hyatt Regency
Hyatt Regency Ekaterinburg hotel is the definition of luxury, with two restaurants and three lounge bars, this hotel also boasts an indoor swimming pool. The five star hotel is located 1.4km from the stadium which will host football matches during the 2018 World Cup. A double room costs upwards of £210.


Affordable – Hostel Matreshka
Hostel Matreshka is located 2.3 miles from the Mordovia Arena and is a great option for anyone on a budget. This 38-room basic hostel offers free in-room WiFi, free parking, and a 24-hour front desk. During the World Cup, accommodation starts at £25 per night.

Luxury – Meridian
The Meridian Hotel is located in the very heart of Saransk, where any football fan will find most of the action. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi, access to a sauna, billiards and a 24-hour reception. The cost of a standard double room during the World Cup start from £60 per night (£90 for two people).

So whether you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful or wanting to celebrate the World Cup in style, these host Russian cities offer accommodation on any budget.

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