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The Merchant apartments
It was in these rooms, furnished with good furniture, that the apartments of the house owner, the Merchant Anfisa Borodulina, were located. The windows were looking out into the blooming garden, where Antonovka and Vladimir cherry trees were growing, and the purple lilac was fragrant in the spring. The wall clock was slowly keeping time of mortal life. The walls were decorated with narrative paintings, and a prayed-in icon was hanging in the corner. From time to time, the summoning bell was ringing (now it is kept in the museum cafe on the first floor of the house), and the merchantress was asking to put a samovar or bring kvass from the cellar. They say that to this day, her shadow appears in the window at midnight. The merchantress stands motionless, waiting for someone.
General description
• Air conditioning
• Safe deposit box
• Mini-bar
• Electric kettle
• TV
• Internet
• Telephone
S = 38,3 м²
Features
During the daytime, the room is enlightened by four windows facing a quiet courtyard; at night-by two multi-arm chandeliers and table lamps.

The room has a double bed with Askona spring mattress and a folding sofa for two people. If necessary, a wooden baby crib is provided.

The room is equipped with a shower cabin and a spacious toilet room with a bidet.
The Merchant's room has two niches decorated with antiques. In one of them, there is a rare exhibit. This is a piece of wallpaper from the Kazan scientist's house, Karl Fuchs, where Pushkin had dinner in September 1833.
The hotel itself is located in the famous Merchant's house. It was on the second floor of this house that the merchantress rented out her rooms. The Merchant's room completely recreates that epoch and the history of the house itself, allowing you to immerse yourself in its atmosphere.
The Merchant's room has two niches decorated with antiques. In one of them, there is a rare exhibit. This is a piece of wallpaper from the Kazan scientist's house, Karl Fuchs, where Pushkin had dinner in September 1833.
The hotel itself is located in the famous Merchant's house. It was on the second floor of this house that the merchantress rented out her rooms. The Merchant's room completely recreates that epoch and the history of the house itself, allowing you to immerse yourself in its atmosphere.
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