I have been booking the lounge floor of this hotel for a while. Great service and very friendly staff. Year after year the choice of food on breakfasts and dinners is getting deteriorated... less choices, small plates, makes the guest uncomfortable to take 2-3 portions of the same food to get a descent volume. I guess they save on it, some... The staff accommodate any request you may have. Rooms are of the standard size, clean, beds are huge and comfortable. I really liked I could open windows. Certainly recommend
Traveller from Philadelphia
Located in Meshchansky, this luxury hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Central Armed Forces Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Red …More
One metro station is about 6 minutes and the other (which is the direct station for the airport train) is about 8 to 10 minutes with the luggage. My standared room was spacious but at second floor just on top of a building, there was drainage beside the bed from no water came through. The breakfast selection is quite good but be prepared that it will be the same everyday. Can order cooked eggs from the kitchen. Bottled water can be obtained from the breakfast too. Sauna and the pool is free for one and half hour they say, pleasant to use if you have time.
Located in Meshchansky, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Hermitage Garden, Red Square, and St. Basil's Cathedral …More
"Nice hotel, a couple minute walk from the Metro. "
Very clean and very quiet. Almost too quiet to sleep, if you are used to a little outside noise that is. Very private place. It was apparently full, but never seen more than 2 people at a time. They speak English good as well. The menu is a little lacking for my taste, but it is open 24/7 for your convenience. Very beautiful and pretty place.
Traveller from Thompson MB, Canada
Located in Airport, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Megasport Arena and Central Moscow Hippodrome. Arena CSKA and …More
Upmarket area of Moscow centred around the bustling Pushkinskaya, where a statue of the poet Alexander Pushkin overlooks the square filled with benches, flowerbeds, and fountains. Tverskaya Street offers exclusive shopping, as well as being a central part of Moscow’s nightlife. The area is also home to the Tverskoy Boulevard, lined with museums, theatres. and galleries.