Inndays prospekt Lenina 112

112 prospekt Lenina, appt 106,Tula,Russia

  • Experience World-class Service at Inndays prospekt Lenina 112

    Inndays prospekt Lenina 112 is located in Tula, 5 km from Tula Kremlin, 4 km from Tula State Drama Theatre, and 5 km from Dormition Cathedral. The apartment, set in a building dating from 2014, features free WiFi. The air-conditioned apartment is composed of 1 separate bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchenette, and 1 bathroom. A flat-screen TV is featured. Tula Samovar Museum is 5 km from the apartment. The nearest airport is Kaluga Grabtsevo Airport, 90 km from Inndays prospekt Lenina 112.


    • Internet
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Awesome food, great service

      Reviewed 28 June 2019

      Lettuce Entertain you restaurants do a great job with this one. The service is excellent. We have eaten here many times because there is quality even though it's owned or operated by Lettuce Entertain You restaurants. Its great place to eat gathering with friends and enjoying quality small plates.

    • Eat with your fingers!

      Reviewed 26 June 2019

      We arrived just before room service (provided by this restaurant to rooms in the Embassy Suites) closed. We ordered chicken tenders and a meatball sub and 2 glasses of wine. After it was delivered, we discovered that we had NO napkins or silverware. We were so tired from a coast to coast delayed flight, that we ate with our fingers and used tissues for napkins. The wine was quite expensive @ $15 a glass. Hotel awarded us an extra 10,000 points for the problem. With fees this was an expensive dinner @$70.

    • Pizzeria side is casual and good for families

      Reviewed 26 June 2019

      This restaurant has two parts, the pizzeria and the osteria. The pizzeria is much more casual and the other more refined. We had children as part of our party so the pizzeria was perfect. We were staying at the embassy suites and this was extremely convenient. We went on both Friday and Saturday and had a reservation both nights which was needed. As far as the food goes the menu on the pizzeria side is limited. 4-5 starters, 4-5 pizzas, and 4 entrees. It was sufficient for our purposes. We had our 11 month old which was not an issue. We shared a bunch of items. Starters the burrata, octopus, and veal meatballs. All were good. I may have wanted some flake salt on the burrata but it was good. The pizzas are small and thin and probably for one person for a meal or 2 people to share as a starter. I had the penne pasta with chicken which was pretty good. Cocktails and wine were good as well. Our server the first night was great. We saw him again the second and he was part of the team the was assigned to or table. We actually had 3 servers who shared taking orders the 2nd night which was a bit odd. We ordered 3 starters from one server and only 2 came out, and then we asked the 2nd server about it and took her a while to get back us that it was sent to the kitchen and she had to do it after the fact. Not that big of a deal but enough to notice. The others issues we had was dessert. We are the 3 different scoops of gelato which were relatively small scoops but were all significantly melted when delivered to the table. Then the hostess of the first night. We were about 10min late, 5:25P for a 5:15P reservation. I walked up to the hostess and wasnt greeted, no hello, no good evening, no may I help you. Just stares at me. I said I had a reservation and the response was is everybody here? 3 of 4 were and we were seated. It was just a cold reception at a restaurant. Based on that experience, the melted dessert and multi-server experience on Saturday i went 4/5. However I would recommend based on convenience if staying at the embassy suites and if you have small children. They were very accommodating.

    • One of the best Italian restaurants I've dined at

      Reviewed 18 June 2019

      On 6/14/2019, we dined with 2 friends (party of 4). Two of us had the Veal Saltimbocca ($28), one had the Chicken Mario ($20), and the fourth had creekstone farms all-natural short rib ($25). The prices were very reasonable! We started with cacio e pepe ($17) for the table, said to be the best way of judging a restaurant's pasta....perfectly cooked. Every dish was excellent! For dessert, we split the house-made bittersweet chocolate bar (with toasted almonds, candied orange) ($4), and I had an affogatto ($7). While the affogatto was nice, I particularly enjoyed the chocolate bar and candied orange. (Yes, they're part of the 5% of the world who spell affogatto instead of affogato ... I have no idea which is preferred :) The service was excellent (thanks, Jason!)

    • Pizzeria Via Stato - delicious, casual, prompt service

      Reviewed 02 June 2019

      Dark wood and candlelight add ambiance to this casual pizzeria and bar on the street level of the Embassy Suites Hotel. We had the Chopped Salad w chicken ($12.95) and the Margherita Pizza ($12.95) w sausage ($4). The salad was big enough for a meal or for two to split, then share a pizza. The pizza is very, very thin, and light, with crispy edges, about 12". If you just ordered the pizza, it would serve one person. With two people sharing the salad and a pizza it was a moderately light meal. The caramel gelato dessert was very flavorful and worth trying. The dessert menu is worth listening to even if you don't want dessert. The descriptions are almost like having a little bite of each one. Stella draft $6.95 Espresso $3.95 Caramel gelato $3.95 Service was prompt, polite and efficient. The pizza and salad were fresh and delicious. The bread was crusty, yet tender, served with oil. The desserts seemed creative. I would return and/or recommend this place.


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