Moscow, on the Moskva River in western Russia, is the nation’s cosmopolitan capital. In its historic core is the Kremlin, a complex that’s home to the president and tsarist treasures in the Armoury. Outside its walls is Red Square, Russia’s symbolic center. It’s home to Lenin’s Mausoleum, the State Historical Museum’s comprehensive collection and St. Basil’s Cathedral, known for its colorful, onion-shaped domes.

During any season, at any hour of the day, Moscow thrills visitors with its artistry, history and majesty.

Kremlin & Red Square: The very founding site of the city (and arguably, the country), the Kremlin and Red Square are still at the heart of Moscow – historically, geographically and spiritually. Feel the weight of this significance as you wander within the walls of the ancient fortress, marvel at the mind-boggling magnificence of St Basil’s Cathedral and pay your respects to the revered leader of a now-defunct state. Moscow will move you. It will tantalise your senses, soothe your spirit and boggle your mind – and it all starts right here at the Kremlin and Red Square.

Communist History: The remains of the Soviet state are scattered all around the city. Monuments remember fallen heroes and victorious battles, while museums attempt to analyse and synthesise the past. See Lenin and Stalin – off their pedestals – at the whimsical Art Muzeon. Step into the socialist-realist fantasy at VDNKh. Descend into the depths of the Soviet system at Bunker-42 Cold War Museum. Ride the museum-like metro and remember the millions who suffered at the Gulag History Museum. Nowadays, retro clubs and cafes give their guests a taste of the Soviet experience. You can even try your hand at Soviet-era arcade games.

Performing Arts: What is more thrilling than watching a ballerina defy gravity, leaping across the stage at the glittering Bolshoi Theatre? Or feeling the force of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, just a few blocks away from where it premiered more than a century ago? Or oohing and aahing as circus performers soar under the big tent? The classical performing arts in Moscow are still among the best in the world. Nowadays, even the most traditional theatres are experimenting with innovative arrangements, reviving lost favourites and hosting world premieres. Whether you appreciate the classics or prefer the contemporary, the capital’s performing arts will impress.

Orthodoxy & Architecture: At nearly every turn in Moscow, you’ll see golden domes peeking out over the rooftops and hear church bells peeling through the streets, which are dotted with some 600 churches – many of which are glittering after recent renovations. There are colourful hidden gems, historic fortresses and gargantuan cathedrals. The exteriors are adorned with stone carvings and glittering domes; interiors are packed with ancient icons, swirling incense and faithful worshippers. For more than a millennium, Orthodoxy has helped to define the Russian nation, a significance that is palpable in these atmospheric spiritual places.

Red Square

Enjoy a unique architectural ensemble of the 4th largest square in the world: Moscow’s famous Red Square earned its name not from the red walls of the Kremlin, nor from the traditional symbol of Communism, but from the Russian word for “red”, which many centuries ago also meant “beautiful”.
The square’s vast cobbled expanse is flanked by some of Moscow’s most famous tourist attractions. The square first came into being at the end of the 15th century during the reign of Ivan III. It was initially called Trinity Square after the Trinity Cathedral, which stood on the site of the later St. Basil’s Cathedral.
The name by which we all know the square today originated much later, possibly as late as the 17th century. Located on the site of the city’s old market place, Red Square served as Moscow’s equivalent of ancient Rome’s Forum – a meeting place for the people. It served as a place for celebrating church festivals, for public gatherings, hearing Government announcements and watching executions, the later becoming particularly commonplace during the reigns of Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great and during the anarchic Time of Troubles in the early 17th century.
Occasionally the Tsar himself would address the people from a platform on the square, named Lobnoye Mesto.

Moskva River

The Moskva River is a river that flows through the Moscow and Smolensk Oblasts in Russia, and is a tributary of the Oka River. Moskva and Moscow are two different renderings of the same Russian word Москва. The city is named after the river. 
The origin of the name is unknown. The length of the river is 503 km. The area of its drainage basin is 17,600 sq km. Vertical level drop is 155 meters (long-term average). Maximum depth above Moscow city limits – 3 meters, and up to 6 meters below it. Normally, it freezes in November-December and begins to thaw around late March. 
In downtown Moscow, river freezes occasionally; in an unusually warm winter of 2006-2007, ice began setting on January, 25.

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

The enormous gleaming golden dome and gigantic structure of the newly built Cathedral of Christ the Savior is visible from all over central Moscow and is the largest church in Russia. The original Cathedral was built by the architect Konstantin Ton between 1839 and 1881 to commemorate Russia’s victory over Napoleon in the Napoleonic Wars. The church was later demolished in 1933 on Stalin’s orders, but was built anew in the 1990s. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior was originally commissioned by Emperor Alexander I in an Imperial decree on Christmas day, December 25, 1812. In celebration of Russia’s dubious victory against Napoleon and having driven the French leader and his 600,000 troops from Russian soil, the Emperor thanked God and the Russian people for the triumph and ordained the construction of a memorial temple to Christ the Savior. The original site chosen for the cathedral was in fact the Sparrow Hills, where the impressive Moscow State University now stands today, but for various reasons construction on the site was never begun and the idea was forgotten for 20 years.

Kolomenskoye Garden

This royal estate on the banks of the Moscow River is a beautiful place to visit any time of year.
Among the many landmarks in Moscow’s system of spacious parks, none has greater historical significance than Kolomenskoye, picturesquely located on a high bluff overlooking the Moscow River in the southeastern part of the city.
Encompassing some 390 hectares, the Kolomenskoye Park contains a number of sectors, but the centerpiece is the royal estate and its extraordinary 16th century Church of the Ascension, one of the Russian monuments on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
The first mention of the village of Kolomenskoye dates to 1336. Its name relates perhaps to settlers from the fortress town of Kolomna, located at the confluence of the Moscow and Oka Rivers some 65 miles southeast of Moscow. During the 14th century, Kolomenskoye became a favored retreat and hunting estate for the Muscovite grand prince and his retinue.
Although little is known of its early appearance, the estate and village buildings were presumably built of logs in the traditional manner.

VDNkh Park

VDNH (the All-Russian Exhibition Center) is a unique historical and architectural complex located in the capital of Russia – Moscow. It has no analogues in the world. 
The complex includes more than 500 permanent structures and about 49 of them are the objects of cultural heritage. VDNKh was initially conceived as an exhibition centre and amusement park for the people of the republic of USSR, that was first established in 1935 on the existing site of Ostankino Park, north Moscow, but wasn’t opened until 1939. 
The park is a huge lush of greenery with fountains, numerous cafes and restaurants and one of the most popular resting place for Muscovites. It covers over 300 ha. and is spread with 80 pavilions that tell the Soviet achievements in various fields. The main entrance gate is a triumphal archway surmounted by the statue of a tractor driver and a farm girl brandishing sheaves of wheat. The gate leads visitors to the Central Pavilion in front of which stands a statue of Lenin. The Fountain of the Friendship of Peoples has 16 gilded statues of maidens in their national costumes from the 16 Soviet republics, surrounded a huge golden wheat sheaf. 
In the middle of the park next to the special pavilion erected in 1964 in honour of the great Soviet achievements in that field stands a copy of the Vostok rocket in which Yuri Gagarin first circled the world on April 12, 1961. An old Yak-42 jet whose paintings are dedicated to the Soviet victory during WorldWar II can be seen close to the rocket. 
The park is really worth a visit as there are plenty to be seen inside and more nearby, especially the wonderful Moskvarium (Aquarium), Moscow Maket ( Replica of Moscow City), Cosmonautics Memorial Museum, etc.

Bolshoi Theatre

The Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera are amongst the oldest and most renowned ballet and opera companies in the world. It is by far the world’s biggest ballet company, having more than 200 dancers. 
The theatre is the parent company of The Bolshoi Ballet Academy, a world-famous leading school of ballet. It has a branch at the Bolshoi Theatre School in Joinville, Brazil. March 28 1776 Catherine II signed Prosecutor Prince Peter Urusov “privilege” on the content of plays, masquerades, balls and other amusements for a period of ten years. This date is considered the founding of the Moscow Bolshoi Theatre. 
That building of the Bolshoi, which for many years was widely perceived as one of the main attractions of Moscow, opened October 20, 1856 during the coronation of Alexander II. October 29, 2002 the troupe has received a new stage on which the unfolding of its activities during the extensive renovation of the historic building.

Saint Basil Cathedral

Saint Basil’s Cathedral is also famed as the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed amongst the locals. Being one of the crucial landmarks of Moscow located in the heart of Red Square, the cathedral dates back to the times of 16th century.
Serving as a visual treat to the travelers, it happens to be one of the most-captured attractions in Moscow.

Moscow State University

Moscow State University is the oldest educational institution of Russia. The year 2005 is marked with the festivities and more than 900 special events dedicated to the 250 anniversary of MGU.
A new university library, a new faculty of medicine and a modern university clinic mark this special event. Moscow University has a long-standing tradition of academic excellence. At this oldest and most famous Russian university scientific and educational schools of international reputation have been formed.
Among its graduates and professors there are Nobel Prize winners and world known scientists. Moscow State University includes a number of scientific research institutes specialized in the most significant areas of modern science such as Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Astronomy, Lasers, Molecular Biology, Bioorganic Chemistry, Anthropology, Materials Sciences, Ecology, Humanitarian Sciences, and others.
The total number of students enrolled are 40 000. The staff includes more than 8 500 professors, associates professors and research associates. Currently the number of foreign students and postgraduates is 5000 from 80 countries. Moscow State University has agreements with the leading international organizations (e.g., UNESCO, The World Bank), is a member of many international associations, and signed over 300 agreements with universities of all continents.
The Lomonosov University is the centre of cooperation between the universities on the territory of the former USSR.

The Moscow Kremlin

The Moscow Kremlin, or simply the Kremlin, is a fortified complex in the center of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, Saint Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square to the east, and the Alexander Garden to the west.
The Moscow Kremlin is located in the very heart of the Russian capital. Its walls and towers, gilded domes of cathedrals and magnificent palaces rise high above the Moscow River and create a splendid and majestic architectural ensemble.
The Kremlin is the symbol of Russian statehood, the treasury, containing historic relics, cultural and artistic monuments. The magnificent ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin, which had been formed for many centuries, is included in the list of the UNESCO cultural and natural heritage.
The Kremlin has always functioned as the administrative center of Russia, and it still remains as such. Nowadays the residence of the President of the Russian Federation is situated on the Kremlin territory. You are welcome to take a unique tour of the Moscow Kremlin open-air museum-reserve. During the guided tour you will have an opportunity to enjoy the historical monuments, such as the Great Kremlin Palace and the Arsenal building, see the trophy weapons of the war of 1812 and admire the cathedrals on the territory of the Kremlin.
You will be offered a detailed acquaintance with the beautiful Arkhangelsky, Uspensky and Annunciation cathedrals. The Arkhangelsky Cathedral is the burial place of the great Moscow princes and tsars. There are graves of Ivan Kalita, Dmitri Donskoi, Ivan the Terrible, Mikhail and Aleksey Romanovs in the cathedral. 47 tombstones and 2 shrines are located here. The walls of the cathedral are decorated with the unique portrait gallery of Moscow rulers and their glorious ancestors.
The Uspensky Cathedral for many centuries has been the main temple of Russia. The official ceremonies of the Emperors coronations and other state important events took place here. Nowadays the visitors of the Uspensky Cathedral can see the magnificent iconostasis, one of the largest collections of ancient icons in Russia, the famous prayer place of Ivan the Terrible and a unique historical necropolis. The Annunciation Cathedral used to be the private temple of Moscow princes and tsars. It contains the valuable collection of monumental painting and a precious iconostasis. Some of the icons of the cathedral could have been painted by famous Feofan Grek and Andrey Rublev.

Tank Ride

We offer you a real military tank safari! Come to Moscow with your friends or family and take a part of this crazy adventure!

You can go for a tank driving and shooting tour in Moscow and St. Petersburg! There are variety of the legendary military vehicles (T-62, T-80, BMP-1, BRDM, BTR-80). 

Put on your military camouflage and shoot a tank gun or other available firearms. A selfie with a Kalashnikov AK-47 Or AK 47 Shooting.


A Unique Place in Moscow

Moskvarium lets everyone get to know the amazing fauna of the world ocean and find out about marine life in the farthest places on earth.

Here you can spend all day: take a walk around the Aquarium, see a fantastic water show, have a bite at one of the many cafes and restaurants. Besides, it is not only a good place to entertain yourself, but also to gain some knowledge and experience in scientific work with unique opportunities to study marine biodiversity.

YOU CAN VISIT the largest aquarium in Europe situated far from the sea. 80 fish tanks are inhabited by more than 12000 marine and freshwater animals.

Our visitors have a unique opportunity to watch big marine animals, such as killer whales, beluga whales and dolphins.

Meet the inhabitants of deep seas: starfish, rays, xiphosuras and others.

World Famous Russian Circus

Russian Circus famous not only among Russians but also worldwide. In Russia, the circus has long been one of the favorite form of entertainment for young and old. In Moscow, there are two main highly lauded, permanent circuses.

Near the center of city, Tsvetnoy Boulevard has been the site of the Moscow circus since 1880. The Moscow Circus is one of the most historical constructions of the modern century. This is an amazing place for spectacular performances, where outstanding people and skilled craftsmen from all over Russia gathered: artists, equilibrists, trainers, jugglers, kings of laughter, clowns and many other talented talents! This circus also called “Old Circus” and now Nikulin Circus (Nikulin because of it’s most famous clown Yury Nikulin (had always set the standard by which all other circuses were measured). Nikulin circus having sitting capacity of about 2000 guests.

Nikulin Circus was the only famous circus in Moscow till 1971, when the new Bolshoi Circus on Vernadskogo was built. Five interchangeable rings are located in a huge machine hall at the depth of 18 meters. With perfectly adjusted mechanical and electronic equipment the replacement of one ring with another takes 5-6 minutes. One huge thirteen-meter ring goes down, slides aside while another one takes its place and is lifted upwards by a “giant hand”. All five rings were used in many shows of the Circus: horse ring, water ring, ice ring, illusion ring and light ring. The Big circus having sitting arrangement for 3500 spectators.

The shows performed by both circuses feature acrobatics, animals, dance, cabaret and clowns. The displays of daring-do are truly amazing, especially the aerial arts. Only the Nikulin Circus features big cats in its performances, but both venues have monkeys, bears and sea lions. The animals are apparently not mistreated – though their very involvement in the show might make you cringe.

Dreams Island

About the park

Dreams Island is the first in Russia and Europe’s largest indoor theme park of a world level. On its territory you will find 9 fairy-tale worlds with world-famous cartoon characters, a city promenade and a landscaped landscape park.

You can not only ride exciting rides, but also fight the villains shoulder to shoulder with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, see how the inhabitants of the mysterious Transylvania Hotel live and go to the mysterious dinosaur country with Mowgli. And also to visit Rome, Barcelona, London and Beverly Hills without buying a plane ticket! 

You can take a walk along the streets of these cities, take a picture against the backdrop of world attractions and buy what you have long dreamed of in the zone of the city promenade “Island of Dreams” under giant glass domes. For outdoor recreation, we advise you to go to a landscape park with a wide variety of children’s, family and sports fields.

“Island of Dreams” – a family park of great positive emotions!

1. Theme park: Entry Ticket Required

The first in Russia and Europe’s largest indoor year-round theme park awaits everyone who believes in magic! On its territory, you will find yourself in 9 fairy-tale worlds, where you will meet with the world-famous cartoon characters. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Smurfs, The Snow Queen, Pinocchio and many others will lead guests into the wonderful world of fairy tales and magic: 27 exciting rides, show programs, meeting with characters, interactive entertainment, theme cafes and more are waiting for you. It will be disastrous!

09 Thematic areas | 27 Rides | 05 Unforgettable shows | 09  Meetings with characters | 18 Cafes and Restaurants | 10 Theme Shops

2. City promenade – Free Entry

A new format of leisure. City promenade “Island of Dreams” – shopping and entertainment in one bottle!

The city promenade “Island of Dreams” is 4 spacious pedestrian galleries and 3 atriums, made in the architectural styles of different countries. Thanks to this, you can travel to other cities and feel their atmosphere without leaving Moscow. Here you can see the famous Gaudi’s “House of Bones”, walk along the Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, take a picture of yourself against the backdrop of the Coliseum or look into the red telephone box of London.

Bad weather is not a hindrance – the city promenade is covered with huge glass domes, which create the feeling of walking through the streets of the city in the fresh air. Here you can relax with your whole family, go shopping, have a bite to eat in a cafe or restaurant. The central square, the size of a football field, is covered by the largest glass dome in Europe. Under it there is a multiplex for 17 cinema halls, a universal concert hall with 3,500 seats, a Venetian carousel and a cafe with a summer terrace by the pond.

26 Restaurants and Cafes | 12 Cafes in the food court area | 120 shops

Street of London: London is the foggy and mysterious capital of Great Britain. Its austere buildings hold many secrets and traditions. You can touch the centuries-old history and count all the red telephone booths on the London street of the city’s Dream Island promenade.

Street of Rome: Roman holidays without leaving Moscow? In the “Island of Dreams” everything is real! You can penetrate the atmosphere of sunny Italy, taste the most delicious pasta and take a picture against the backdrop of the majestic Coliseum on the street of Rome of our city promenade.

Barcelona Street: Bright, unique and amazing Catalonia awaits the guests of the “Island of Dreams”! On the street of Barcelona of our city promenade, an eternal holiday reigns, and architectural creations are amazing. Do not miss the chance to be photographed against the background of the famous Gaudi modern monument of modernism!

Beverly Hills Street: The atmosphere of celebration, fun, shopping and unforgettable parties – all this is Beverly Hills! One of the brightest cities in the United States and an indisputable favorite of Hollywood stars. You can plunge into the dizzying atmosphere of this city, go shopping at the famous Rodeo Drive and take a walk under evergreen palm trees on Beverly Hills Street of the Dream Island city promenade.

Moscow square: All roads lead to Moscow!  The central square of Moscow is the heart of the city promenade “Island of Dreams.” It is here that the stylized streets of Rome, Barcelona, London and Beverly Hills flock. In an area the size of a football field, there are cafes, shops, green lawns along the pond, gardens, fountains and benches for relaxation. Here everyone can visit the multiplex for 17 cinema halls, a universal concert hall with 3,500 seats and take a ride on the Venetian carousel. The central square is covered by the largest glass dome in Europe with an area of 8.6 thousand square meters, thanks to which one gets the feeling of a summer walk in the fresh air – do not forget to look up!

3. Landscape park: 44 ha – Park territory: Free Entry

The covered part of the “Island of Dreams” is surrounded by a landscaped landscape park, which is divided into southern and northern. In the south there are places for children and families, and in the north – for sports and active.

Northern part of the park: The best place for outdoor activities? This is the northern landscape park of the “Island of Dreams”!

Yoga? Football? Cycling? Choose your favorite sport and come – for outdoor activities all conditions are provided here. Hilly terrain, areas for working out, yoga or team sports, jogging, cycling and more are waiting for you. For relaxation in this part of the park there are a chill out area and areas for corporate events, and in order to refresh yourself after a good workout you can choose one of the food trucks with a varied cuisine for every taste.

Southern part of the park: This is an ideal place for families and walks with children!

Looking for a place for versatile relaxing outdoors? You to the southern landscape park “Islands of Dreams”! Here you can have fun on the dance floor, touch the art, visit the open-air cinema or relax on a sun lounger by the pond. Adventure lovers will love the labyrinth of plants, where it’s not so easy to get out, and young visitors can have fun in 8 different playgrounds. Nobody will remain hungry – food trucks with a varied cuisine are also represented on the territory of this part of the park. Connoisseurs of such a holiday can hold a corporate event here.

Moscow Maket

“Moscow Maket” was opened on the Lilac Alley of VDNH in Sep. 2017. Total layout area is about 429 square meters. 

It is a model of the city within the Boulevard and Garden Rings. 

Model includes more than 23 thousand buildings, structures on a scale of 1: 400, recreated with absolute accuracy.

The Moscow model is equipped with an interactive system for illuminating buildings from the inside, which can be controlled by selecting objects in accordance with the scenario.

The model is curious for its realism: at the right time, chimes are struck from the Spasskaya Tower, bas-reliefs and panels are accurately recreated on the buildings. All models of buildings are placed on a real urban basis: each hill or lowland in the city is 100% displayed on the layout.

Team of 60 artists, architects, graphs, mock-ups, performs the whole process from preparing drawings of buildings, creating terrain, cutting plastic mock-ups, painting houses to connecting each building on the mock-up to lighting and entering it into a computer database.

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Hotel Korston Club, Moscow

Near Vorobyovy Gory Metro Station, Moscow, Russia

Located about 1 km from Vorobyovy gory metro station, Hotel Korston Club is 5 km from 16th-century Novodevichy Convent and 8 km from The Moscow Kremlin. 

Warmly decorated rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas. Refined suites add separate living areas, whirlpool tubs and/or iPod docks. Room service is available 24/7. 

There are 2 polished restaurants and 3 bars, as well as a fitness center, a sauna and a nightclub. Other amenities include a business center and event space. A breakfast buffet and parking are available for a fee.

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Hotel Courtyard By Marriott Moscow City Center

Near City Center, Moscow, Russia

Located in the city center – about 13-minute walk from a metro station, 1.5 km from Red Square and 2.1 km from the Moscow Kremlin. 

Room service is available. Hotel rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea maker, coffee makers, minibars, Wi-Fi (fee). Upgraded rooms offer free Wi-Fi, and some have pull-out sofas. Lobby coffee shop provides continental and American breakfast. 

There is an American/Mexican restaurant, a bistro with a courtyard, a fire pit, spa, fitness room, business center, 5 event rooms, etc

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Hotel Azimut Moscow Olympic

Near Olympic Sports Complex, Moscow, Russia

Hotel Located not far from city centre. Situated In a modern building next to the Olympic Sports Complex, 13-minute walk from a metro station and 4 km from the Red square. 

Room amenities includes minibars, complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Suites add pull-out sofas, and apartments have kitchens. Club-level quarters offer access to a lounge with free breakfast and evening meals. From Hotel, there is a free shuttle to the city centre and the metro station. 

Other Hotel amenities include a restaurant, a bakery and event space, health club with a fitness center, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a tea station, a relaxation area etc.

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Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel

Near Moscow Metro Station, Moscow, Russia

Hotel located 6 km from Moscow city center (3 km from a metro station) Refined rooms with soundproof windows have free Wi-Fi , flat-screen TVs, sitting areas and mini fridges. 

Suites add separate dining and living rooms. Upgraded suites include whirlpool tubs and kitchenettes. Club quarters offer access to a lounge with a terrace, and perks such as snacks and breakfast. Room service is available. 

There are 2 restaurants a cozy bar, a spa, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a hammam, a fitness centre, etc.

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Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow

Near St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow, Russia

Located at city centre. Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Moscow Metro and a 15-minute walk from St. Basil’s Cathedral and situated on Red Square.

Elegant rooms with high ceilings offer free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Some have sittings areas and/or views to the Kremlin.

All suites add separate living rooms, while some feature custom interiors designed by European royals.

Hotel is having a fine dining restaurant, a lobby lounge offering afternoon tea and a bar/restaurant with a terrace, spa with an indoor pool, a fitness centre, 12 meeting spaces etc.

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Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre

Near Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

Located about 4.5 km from the Kremlin and 4.8 km from Red Square.

The rooms have minibars; free Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Upgraded rooms include espresso coffee machines.

Suites add separate living rooms, Upgraded suites have kitchens. Upgraded rooms and suites come with complimentary breakfast. Room service is offered 24/7.

There are Spanish, Japanese, international restaurants, an Asian-style spa, an indoor heated pool, a fitness room, saunas, a hot tub, 14 meeting rooms, a conference hall with a cinema screen etc.

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Moscow Marriott Club

Near City Center Metro Station, Moscow, Russia

Hotel in the city center is a 4-minute walk from the nearest metro station and 2.3 km from landmark Red Square.

The rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, minibars, tea maker, coffeemakers. Some rooms have access to a lounge with complimentary continental breakfast and evening appetizers.

Suites have separate living areas (some with pullout sofas), etc.

There are 02 restaurants serving international and modern European cuisine, and a lobby bar, an indoor pool, a spa, a fitness center, meeting and event space, etc.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

Tverskaya St, 3, Moscow, Russia, 125009

A 5-Star Hote, The Ritz-Carlton is located in heart of the city Moscow.

Hotel celebrates the mystery and decadence of Russia’s most recognizable city. The Ritz-Carlton hotel is having elegant hotel rooms and suites with Moscow views. You can experience five-star exclusive luxury of the hotel.

Guest rooms and suites offer large layouts in Moscow with windows overlooking the city, dedicated workspaces and marble bathrooms with separate rainforest showers. The lavish Presidential Suite with scenic Kremlin views features a spacious living area with a library and a grand piano.

Additional amenities include:

  • Club Level accommodations and amenities
  • Rooftop O2 Lounge with Red Square views
  • Lavish breakfast buffets
  • Pan-Asian cuisine and 15 varieties of sake
  • Spa collaboration with ESPA & La Prairie
  • Crystal-studded vitality pool
  • 24-hour fitness studio
  • About 10,700 sq ft of event space