Moscow, Abramovich-Style



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With more resident billionaires than any other city in the world, you better believe Moscow has places designed with luxury in mind. The sky is the limit as you follow this 3-day plan of how to live it up like an oligarch. Caviar, beautiful women, premium vodka, unforgettable panoramas – it might break your wallet, but the memories will last a lifetime.

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Day 1 - Moscow


Set the tone for your trip by checking into Moscow’s most expensive hotel, the Ritz Carlton, where rooms start at $1,000 a night. A pretty penny, but remember, the place is brand-new and within spitting distance of the Kremlin and Red Square. Make the most of this premium locale by taking the elevator up to O2 Lounge for pre-dinner drinks with panoramic a view of downtown Moscow. Walk up Tverskaya to Turandot, the infamous $8 million restaurant. A gilded monstrosity with massive chandeliers and costumed waiters, it’ll be hard to keep your eyes on your plate. Still reeling, grab a cab to south Moscow’s Sky Lounge for another amazing view and cocktails. Finally, end up the night dancing at Rai, an over-the-top nightclub considered one of Moscow’s most exclusive.


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The Ritz-Carlton Moscow

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Tverskaya Street 3-5
125009 Moscow, RU

Contact:

tel: 7 4952258888
fax: +7 495 225 8400


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O2 Lounge

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Location:

3 Tverskaya Street
Ritz-Carlton Moscow
125009 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 225 8888
fax: 7 495 225 8400


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Turandot

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Location:

26/5 Tverskoi Bulvar
125009 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 739 0011


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Rai

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Location:

Bolotnaya Naberezhnaya, 9a
Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 767 1474


Day 2 - Moscow


Crawl out of bed before 4 if you can to people-watch Red Square and enjoy black caviar on pancakes at Bosco Bar. Don’t ruin your appetite because dinner tonight is at The Most, the most likely place in town you’ll run into oligarchs like Roman Abramovich. After a pricy French meal with ample champagne, head to Club XIII for dancing with Moscow’s golden youth. Not tired yet? A naughty after-party awaits at Night Flight, a gentleman’s club on Tverskaya. For the right price, you’re certain to find a friend.


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Bosco Bar

Location:

3 Red Square
109012 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 927 3703


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Most Cafe and Club (The)

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Location:

6/3 Kuzentskiy Most
107031 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 660 0706


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Club XIII

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Location:

Miasnitskaia Ulitsa, 13
101000 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 628 4747/ 7 495 628 3098


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Night Flight

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Location:

Tverskaya st. 17
125009 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 629 4165
fax: 7 495 629 5247


Day 3 - Moscow


Just because it’s Sunday doesn’t mean the party is over! Take lunch at Vogue Café, named for the fashion bible and beloved by Moscow’s models. From there, test your taste buds at wine bar Grand Cru, before an unforgettable dinner at ornate Uzbekistan, complete with delicious plov and exotic dancers. For a last night in Moscow from which you might never recover, head to Denis Simachev bar to knock back shots of vodka with the fashion set.


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Vogue Cafe

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Location:

7/9 Kuznetsky Most
107031 Moscow, Russia

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tel: 7 495 923 1701


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Grand Cru

Location:

22 Malaya Bronnaya Ulitsa
129128 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 650 0128


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Uzbekistan

Location:

29 Neglinnaya Ulitsa
119019 Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 623 0585
fax: +7 495 623 2469


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Denis Simachev

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Location:

Stoleshnikov Pereulok, 12/2
Moscow, Russia

Contact:

tel: 7 495 629 8085


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