Where To Stay In Moscow: 9 Most Luxurious Hotels

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Vivian
Vivian
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Excited for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but unsure of where you should stay? Or are you planning to splurge on a luxurious trip with your loved ones, to Russia’s busy capital? Since 17.5 million tourists visited Moscow in 2016 and it is ranked as one of the top seven destination cities to visit, you will need some assurance and guidance on where to stay in Moscow’s city center. Take a look at the 9 best luxury hotels in Moscow in this list below and book now for your upcoming trip!

1. Lotte Hotel Moscow (from USD 371)

Situated near the Arbat District, a significant financial and trade hub of central Moscow, the Lotte Hotel hosts award-winning services and a Michelin-starred restaurant, the OVO by Carlo Cracco. What is unique about this hotel are the spa facilities, which offer more than 300 different types of therapies that combine Balinese and Russian treatments. With nine different rooms to choose from, equipped with cutting-edge technological facilities like a touch panel, horizontal safe, television and minibar, with suite bathrooms featuring his-and-her sinks, this hotel is most suitable for couples. The award-winning, 5-star hotel will surely promise an all-rounded, luxury experience with a warm ambience for their guests.


Lotte Hotel Moscow - The Leading Hotels of the World

Address: Novinskiy Boulevard 8 Bld.2

Facilities for disabled guests ATM/cash machine on site Indoor pool Property is cleaned by professional cleaning companies Non-smoking rooms Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Shops (on site) Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay

2. Peking Hotel (from USD 67)

A landmark in downtown Moscow that embodies the Stalinist classicism style, Peking Hotel has been operating for over 70 years and continues to provide stellar, 5-star service to their guests. The Mayakovskaya Metro Station situated directly opposite the hotel whisks guests to the renowned Moscow Kremlin in just 2 stops, not to mention that the Bolshoi Theater and the Red Square are also within walking distance. Do not fret about Soviet classic interiors; when you enter the building, the lobby displays modest and colorful interiors, which are exemplified in their polished marble floors and fine china. With 12 different types of rooms to choose from, you can expect royal grandeur, free Wi-Fi and accessible conveniences. Keep up with your workout schedule in the well-appointed gym, then indulge yourself in the fully equipped spa center that boasts a steam room, a sauna, and massage services. A sumptuous dinner in the 25:45 Restaurant or a refreshing cocktail in the Campari Bar would be the perfect way to end a thrilling day in Moscow.


Peking Hotel

Address: Bolshaya Sadovaya Street 5

Internet services CCTV in common areas WiFi Available Kid meals Children television networks Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays Smoke alarms

3. Legendary Hotel Sovietsky (from USD 59)

Although the name suggests austere Soviet decor, this palatial building is the contrary. The Legendary Hotel Sovietsky has a marble, spiral and butterfly-shaped staircase, with a dazzling chandelier hanging above, as you stand in the middle of the lobby. It also has their own on-site restaurant called Yar, where you can enjoy a buffet breakfast, and their nightclub, the Monte Carlo, which is situated at the basement. Today, there is a promotional rate if you book the same day you arrive, instead of arranging an early booking. There is also a 30 percent discount if you decide to stay at this hotel over the weekend. With 9 different rooms to choose from, guests can also feel a cosy atmosphere in their designated room, which includes a 24-hour front desk service and complimentary WIFI.


Legendary Hotel Sovietsky

Address: Leningradsky Prospekt 32/2

Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Delivered food is securely covered Bar Luggage storage Face masks for guests available WiFi Available CCTV outside property Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas

4. Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya (from USD 121)

The Hilton has also chosen to operate at one of the Seven Sisters buildings. It is one of the most convenient locations for guests, who want to visit all the historic landmarks of the Red Square that is right across the street. The nearest metro station, Okhotny Ryad, is only a 3-minute walk from the hotel. The Hilton Moscow is currently offering a large group package (minimum eight rooms booking), which includes buffet breakfast, for those who are attending the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. All rooms include plush beds and complimentary WIFI access, plus guests can enjoy their indoor heated pool, gym, sauna and hot tub.


Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya

Address: Kalanchevskaya Street 21/40

Safety deposit box Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities 24-hour front desk Breakfast in the room Cashless payment available Bridal suite Process in place to check health of guests Fitness centre

5. Four Seasons Hotel Moscow (from USD 959)

A stone’s throw away from the Red Square, the State Duma (Russian assembly) and Moscow’s renowned, luxurious shopping centre, GUM, the Four Seasons Hotel is in the vicinity of Moscow’s most historic landmarks and political headquarters. This hotel provides full visa support service, which includes hotel confirmation and invitation letters that are needed for incoming guests to apply for tourist visas. As a high-end and international brand, the Four Seasons promises all their guests a lush experience with hotel services of the finest standard.


Four Seasons Hotel Moscow

Address: Okhotny Ryad 2

Lockers Laundry Barber/beauty shop Pool/beach towels Walking tours Internet services Shops (on site) Trouser press

6. Radisson Royal Hotel (from USD 174)

Operating inside one of Moscow’s iconic Seven Sisters skyscrapers, the Radisson Royal Hotel overlooks the Moscow river and is located at the intersection between New Arbat and Kutuzovskiy Prospekt. The hotel consists of an indoor heated pool, gym, spa and massage facilities. Each room presents royal-classical furniture, plush beds, flat-screen televisions and views of either the courtyard or the city. You may choose to book from any of the five types of spacious rooms, which have high ceilings and a few rooms have separate living areas. If you select the breakfast option, you will dine at the Veranda Restaurant, which boasts 360-degree views of the city. Guests are also welcome to unwind with light snacks and cocktails at the hotel’s 24-hour Lobby Bar and Club Restaurant.


Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow

Address: Kutuzovsky Prospekt 2/1 bld.1

Breakfast in the room Luggage storage Live music/performance Hammam Parking Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning CCTV outside property Free WiFi

7. Ararat Park Hyatt (from USD 570)

The hotel promises exceptional and courteous services. Since its renovation in 2012, Ararat Park Hyatt features contemporary, urban art-deco interiors, designed by a renowned architect from New York, Tony Chi. It also features a Turkish bath spa, solarium for tanning, massage and pool facilities. Guests are welcome to relax on their roof terrace lounge, which overlooks the Kremlin and other historic buildings.


Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

Address: Neglinnaya Street 4

Airport shuttle Shuttle service (additional charge) Security alarm Shared lounge/TV area Special diet menus (on request) Spa and wellness centre Terrace Currency exchange

8. Mercure Arbat Moscow (from USD 80)

Reviews have stated that the Mercure Arbat delivers perfection through their services and amenities. The hotel has also the best value for money, considering that it is centrally located and only a stone’s throw away from New Arbat street and Smolenskaya Metro. There are six different rooms to choose from, each embellished with Persian-style rugs and fashionable white and grey colour combinations. Dine at the charming La Promenade restaurant, for a scrumptious, buffet-style breakfast or for a gourmet dinner, which offers French and Russian cuisine.


Mercure Arbat Moscow

Address: Smolenskaya Plosсhad 6

24-hour front desk Mobile app for room service Fitness centre CCTV outside property Delivered food is securely covered Breakfast in the room Security alarm Smoke alarms

9. Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel (from USD 91)

Located in one of the most artistic and cultural areas of Moscow, the Tverskoy District, the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel is ideal for guests who are passionate about Russian history, theatrical arts and music. It is within short walking distance from the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, the Moscow Academic Theatre of Satire, the Bulgakov Museum and the Glinka Music Culture Museum. There are also four different metro stations close by and the Tverskaya metro station provides convenient transport links to the Red Square. Although it only has two different types of room to choose from, each twin bed is large enough to fit two people. Guests have unlimited access to their 24-hour fitness centre, which includes a gym, pool and sauna facilities.


Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel

Address: Tverskaya Street 26/1

Parking Fitness centre WiFi Available Shops (on site) Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized Pool bar

Moscow's Award-Winning Hotels Excel in Extravagance

Ready for a world-class experience at the finest hotels? Then don’t wait any longer and start booking while those vacant rooms are on offer! Whether you decide to stay at one of Moscow’s Seven Sisters hotels or any of the renowned, award-winning accommodations, each of these hotels presents a unique and comfy experience for their incoming guests.

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A travel and life enthusiast, Vivian has lived in China, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Russia. You may wonder how a lady of Generation Y deals with culture shocks, packing and moving beyond her...Read more

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