- This three-star hotel was built in 1876 and is a happy combination of the early 20th century atmosphere and modern convenience. The Kremlin, Bolshoi Theater, Aleksandovskii Sad and major shopping centers (GUM, TsUM, Petrovskii Passazh) are all in the vicinity of the hotel. While no particular cuisine is offered to the guests, the fashionable Grand Opera restaurant, believed to be one of the best in Moscow, is attached to the hotel. The restaurant offers Russian, Ukrainian, French and Jewish cuisine. Despite the limited range of facilities available, the hotel is popular with visitors, thanks to its convenient location.
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Looks nice from the outside but that's it
Good Points: Hotel lobby pleasant, bar open till 11:00 and then walk through the connecting corridor on level three and go through to the Peter 1 Hotel (same ownership) this was far...
- posted on 11.20.12
- by Nicktet
Nice place to stay but...
The hotel is located in the very center of Moscow, 10min walking from the Red Square and the shops. Ideal situation At the reception they do speak english and are ready to answer...
- posted on 11.14.12
- by Micka N
Average but could be far better
We stayed with my wife for two nights and then changed hotel because we were not satisfied by the cleanliness of the hotel, definitely not up to today's modern travelers standards....
- posted on 11.06.12
- by DemandingAndy66
- Highly Recommended 2010
There is a hotel shop. A visa service for non-Russian citizens is provided and guests can also arrange to be picked up at the airport.
- visit website
- tel: 7 495 623 2356/ 7 495 621 1060
- fax: 7 495 621 1266
- send email
- Petrovskie Linii, 2/18
- Moscow 103051
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