How do I get to the hotel from Sheremetyevo Airport?

Kebur Palace Hotel

Sheremetyevo International Airport is just under 40km away from the Kebur Palace Hotel. The most comfortable way to reach the hotel is undoubtedly by taxi or pre-booked transfer, but Moscow's typically heavy traffic means that the rail link is often quicker.

By taxi
If you are travelling by taxi or prearranged transfer, the journey will take between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on traffic. Official airport taxis currently cost around $60, or if you prefer you can book an airport transfer to meet your flight here.

By train
Aeroexpress trains will take you from the station at Sheremetyevo (behind Terminals D, E and F, with a free bus connection from Terminal B) to Belarus Rail Station. The service operates daily every 30 minutes from 5am to 12.30am, with a journey time of around 35 minutes. Standard adult tickets cost roughly $11. From Belorusskaya Metro Station, go to the brown circle line and travel counterclockwise three stops to Park Kultury. The Kebur Palace Hotel is less than 10 minutes on foot from there.

By bus
There are also buses running from all terminals at the airport to Rechnoy Vokzal Metro Station in the far north of Moscow. Regular buses run from 5.35am to 12.49am, take about 30 minutes to reach the metro, and cost around $1. Be sure to use the 851E service (as opposed to simply the 851), to avoid a long journey with several suburban stops. There is also a marshrutka minibus shuttle that runs the same route from 6.45am and 9.45pm, is slightly quicker, and costs a little over $2.

From Rechnoy Vokzal, head south nine stops on the dark-green line to Teatralnaya, change to the red line and travel south-east three stops to Park Kultury Station, which is about a seven-minute walk from the Kebur Palace Hotel.