If you’re visiting Moscow for the first time and want the full experience, it is highly recommended that you stay in a hotel that gives you the full experience. These five centrally located hotels are landmarks in and of themselves and offer a combination of Moscow’s storied traditions combined with the world-class luxury that modern Moscow has become famous for.
Housed in one of the so-called Moscow ‘Seven Sisters’ towers commissioned by Stalin, this hotel combines luxury with grandeur on an epic scale.
With some rooms for under $200 it is a bargain considering the luxury of the facilities.
Housed in an even larger of the Seven Sisters towers, the legendary Hotel Ukrainia now operated by Radisson was recently fully restored to its original opulence in 2007.
Modern facilities meet traditional neo-classical Soviet architecture in the heart of Moscow.
This 4 star hotel has consciously embraced recent Russian history and offers easy access to all the important sites, restaurants and nightlife of Moscow.
With rooms starting at under $60 one could be forgiven for thinking the prices were also ‘Sovietsky’.
This five star hotel combines ultra-modern rooms with grand locations. It’s famous open lobby is impressive.
This modern masterpiece offers traditional luxury and views of Red Square from your room. Waking up beside the Kremlin is about as Moscow an experience as one could get. The five-star service is a great bonus.
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