Numerous hotels and other accommodation options are located within easy reach of the ground. Facilities offered might range from basic bed and storage space for clothing, to opulence features such as en-suite bathrooms. Bigger hotels may provide extra visitor facilities such as a business centre, swimming pool, childcare, social function services and conference facilities.
Nizhny Novgorod (or plainly Nizhny in as locals call it) is a big city in Russia, the headquarters of the Volga Federal District and Nizhegorodskaya oblast. It is a vital economic, cultural and transport hub.
Nizhny Novgorod football stadium is situated not more than 3 kilometres from Nizhny’s historical centre and the Kremlin on the other part of Oka River and less than 2 kilometres from Moskovsky the main railway station on the same side of the river Oka.
This stadium has adequate room for around 45,000 fans, of which about nine hundred will be made accessible to those people with limited mobility in addition to their assistants. The spectators are seated in two rows, with the lower one being smaller than the upper one. The concept is that the stadium will have a whirling bowl design.