One of Moscow's first "boutique" hotels, the Hotel Sretenskaya opened in 2000 in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood (usually called Sretenka) two subway stops...more
This mid-19th-century neoclassical building (with much newer additions), on the Moika riverbank opposite the Winter Palace, received a soup-to-nuts renovation...more
For historical atmosphere, the National is hard to beat. In 1918, Lenin moved into a two-room suite here overlooking the Kremlinnaturallyand so can...more
Mamaison isn't quite as central as Moscow's top-end hotels, such as the Ritz-Carlton and Ararat Park Hyatt, but it is more affordable. Mamaison claimed the...more
The Metropol vies with the National for the title of Moscow's most historic hotel: Lenin lived in the National, but he gave speeches here. It's a huge hotel...more
The official hotel of the Bolshoi, the Royal Aurora hotel is located a mere pirouette away from the theater on historic Petrovkaone of Moscow's oldest...more
Converted from a Soviet relic on the Moskva River (to the tune of $300 million), the Radisson Royal Hotel quickly became the status address of Moscow after its...more
Perhaps it's fitting that a Ritz-Carlton has risen from the ashes of one of the grimmest examples of Soviet-era hospitality, the Intourist hotel, and to...more
The overhauled Taleon Imperial is so plush, so imperial, that you'll feel like a czar in the Winter Palace (just down the block) while traipsing through its...more
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