Hotels in Moscow Russia

Nicknamed “The Third Rome” and “First Throne”, the city of Moscow is known for its impressive architecture, its art galleries, its museums, its medieval churches, its bath-houses, its nightlife and its restaurants. Hotels in Moscow Russia are some of the best you’ll find in Eastern Europe, combining old and new world luxuries with impressive skyline views. When traveling to Moscow, keep in mind that you should not shake hands with gloves on, leave empty bottles on tables, whistle indoors or wear shoes in someone’s home. Along with hotels in Moscow Russia you will find all the best nearby attractions referenced below. Before we get to hotels in Moscow Russia, let’s take a look at some more background information on the city to help you along the way.

Moscow is the most heavily populated city and capital of Russia, with over 15 million inhabitants. The earliest known reference to the city dates back to 1147. Moscow’s population grew from around 130,000 in 1750 to 1.8 million by 1915. During World War II, the city was considered to be in a state of siege, and following the war the invention of high-rise apartments helped to assuage a housing crisis. After the USSR dissolved in the 1990s a market economy ensued, creating a boom of Western-style living.

Defined by a humid continental climate, Moscow has average high temperatures ranging from the mid-70s degrees Fahrenheit in July to around 25 degrees in January. Central Moscow temperatures tend to be higher than those of the city’s outskirts. The city has always been a popular tourist destination. Interestingly, it is estimated that Moscow has twice as many elevators as New York City. Major attractions include Spasskaya Tower, Moscow Kremlin, MIBC, Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow State University, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Church of the Ascension, Moscow Cathedral Mosque, Ostankino Tower, Arbat Street, Luzhniki Stadium, Novodevichy Convent, new Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow Ring Road, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, State Historical Museum, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow International House of Music, Central Moscow Hippodrome, SC Olimpiyskiy, Otkrytiye Arena, VEB Arena and VTB Arena (Dynamo Stadium).  Popular foods include Blini, or pancakes, Borshch Moskovsky, which is borscht (sour soup), Pelmeni, or dumplings, Shchi, a Russian-style cabbage soup, beef stroganoff, Shashlik, which is essentially a shish kebab, Ponchiki, or a doughnut, Pirozhki, or fried dough and Pastila, a traditional fruit confectionery. Keep in mind that Russians can hold their liquor, with the national drink being vodka, having been produced in the country since at least the 14th century.  Now that we are equipped with some background knowledge, it’s time for hotels in Moscow Russia that you are almost certain to adore.

 

 

 

Lotte Hotel Moscow

Novinskiy Boulevard 8 Bld.2

Hotels in Moscow Russia

What’s around?

Lotte Hotel Moscow features ultra-modern facilities, 2 award-winning restaurants, a large spa, a 50 foot indoor pool, horizontal safes, mini-bars, a special touch panel for lighting, temperature and TV controls, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a sauna, a hammam and a silk bath. Near here you may find The Lobby Lounge Bar, Lotte Plaza (shopping mall), Rive Gauche (beauty salon), Ресторан Fish Me (restaurant), Eshak (restaurant), Cihan Steak and Kebab (restaurant), Сhaihona №1 (restaurant), Hyundai MotorStudio Moscow (event venue), Music Point (karaoke bar), Matchpoint (sports bar), Barashka (restaurant), Steak It Easy (restaurant), Stand Up Club (comedy club), Laboratoriya (hookah bar), Buffalo’s (diner), Food Market 21 (food court), Corner Cafe & Kitchen (Japanese restaurant), Arbat (sports complex), Arte Grim (costume store), Protochnyy (bar), La Maree (restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Lotte Plaza, 0.3 miles from Melnikov House, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Arbat Street, 0.5 miles from Novy Arbat Street, 0.7 miles from Church of Christ’s Ascension, Gorky House Museum and Central House of Scientists, 1.3 miles from The Kremlin, 1.4 miles from Red Square, 1.8 miles from Zaryadye Park, 2.5 miles from Donskoi Monastery, 2.7 miles from Luzhniki Stadium and 15.2 miles from Vnukovo International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (Charlotte suite):  $4,120

Cost per person (three people): $1,373

 

 

 

Moss Boutique Hotel

Krivokoliennyi perieulok 10 bd 4

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Sretensky Monastery Moscow

Moss Boutique Hotel offers a restaurant, a fitness center, a bar, an art collection, a lobby fireplace, a terrace, free WiFi, natural materials, flat-screen TVs, an a la cart breakfast, 24-hour room service and concierge service. Ogni Moskvy (museum), Chaynykh Del Masterskaya (tea house), :glhf (cafe), Time Club (coffee shop), Shirokuyu na Shirokuyu (bar), Khachapuri (Georgian restaurant), Odessa-mama (cafe), Noodle Shop Chiho (Chinese restaurant), Ottimo (plastic surgery clinic), Pa-Paella (Spanish restaurant), Probka (restaurant), Moscow Heroes (hookah bar), Bowie Bar (stand bar), Karavaevy Brothers (restaurant), Surf Coffee (cafe), Bar Aperitivo, Ramen-Club (ramen restaurant), Filial (restaurant) and more are in the area.

From here Church of Archangel Gabriel is 0.2 miles, Chistye Prudy is 0.3 miles, State Public Historical Library, Sretensky Monastery Moscow and Sovremennik Theatre are 0.4 miles, Bolshoi Theater, GUM Shopping Center and Zaryadye Park are 0.7 miles, Olympic Stadium is 1.4 miles, Tretyakov Gallery is 1.5 miles and Sheremetyevo International Airport is 16.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $198

 

 

 

Russo-Balt Hotel

Gogolevsky Boulevard 31

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Arbat Street Moscow Russia

Set in an elegant 1876-built building, Russo-Balt Hotel has a private garden, an organic-produce breakfast, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, wooden Art-Nouveau furnishings, high ceilings, chandeliers, pillow menus, a sun terrace and room and shuttle services. You’ll find Aromatnyy Mir (wine store), Culinary Shop Karavaevs Brothers (cafe), I Love Cake (cafe), Monument to Nikolay Gogol (sculpture), Compound of the Jerusalem Patriarchate in Moscow (Russian Orthodox church), Staryy Arbat (performing arts center) and more within range.

Novy Arbat Street is 0.2 miles, Arbat Street Moscow Russia, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and Pashkov House are 0.3 miles, Russian State Library is 0.4 miles, Victor Vasnetsov House Museum is 2.1 miles, Neskuchny Garden is 2.4 miles and Vnukovo International Airport is 15.7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (grand suite): $381

 

 

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Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

Neglinnaya Street 4

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Bolshoi Theater Moscow

With unique furniture designs, electronic smart home management systems, luxury bedding, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, coffee machines, 24-hour concierge and room service, a fitness center, a spa, an indoor pool, a sauna, a spa bath, fine dining restaurants and bars, a 10th floor lounge and bar with a botanical garden, avant-garde menu, stunning outdoor terrace and panoramic city views and a legendary cafe, Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow sits near Loft Lebed’ (cafe), Kabinki (hookah bar), Loft Moscow (banquet hall), Serebryanyy Vek (restaurant), Shut Up (karaoke bar), Maly Theatre (performing arts theater), Bird tower (historical landmark), Wine and Crab (restaurant), Ferrari Moscow (car dealer), Rasstrel’nyy Dom (tourist attraction), Chopard (watch store), Bentley Москва (Bentley dealer), Mercury Auto (car dealer), Arka Tret’yakovskogo Proyezda (historical landmark) and more.

You’ll find Maly Theatre within feet, Bolshoi Theater Moscow, TSUM Department Store and Central Children’s Store 0.1 miles, Petrovsky Passage and Teatralnaya Metro Station 0.2 miles, GUM Shopping Center and Red Square 0.4 miles, The Kremlin 0.6 miles, Victor Vasnetsov House Museum 1.2 miles, Tretyakov Gallery and Arbat Street 1.3 miles and Sheremetyevo International Airport 16.3 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (winter garden suite, terrace): $2,943

Cost per person (three people): $981

 

 

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Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow

Kutuzovsky Prospekt 2/1 bld.1

Hotels in Moscow Russia

World Trade Center Moscow

Featuring free WiFi, an indoor pool, modern spa facilities, stylish decor, classic-style furniture, flat-screen TVs, city and inner courtyard views, high ceilings, separate seating areas, 19 restaurants, a gym, a sauna, massage services and river boat trips along the Moskva River, Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow is in the vicinity of Mercedes Bar (restaurant), Farsi (Persian restaurant), Royal Wellness Club (gym with swimming pool), Uomo (boutique), Buono (restaurant), Trubadur (karaoke bar), Rolls-Royce (car dealer), Eva (beauty salon), Christian (restaurant) and more.

This hotel is 0.4 miles from World Trade Center Moscow, 0.5 miles from Evropeysky Shopping Centre, 0.7 miles from Lotte Plaza, 0.8 miles from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1 mile from Arbat Street, 2 miles from The Kremlin, 2.1 miles from Red Square and Bolshoi Theater, 2.2 miles from GUM Shopping Center and Tretyakov Gallery, 2.6 miles from Neskuchny Garden and 14.8 miles from Vnukovo International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $333

Cost per person (three people): $111

 

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The Ritz-Carlton

Ulitsa Tverskaya 3

Hotels in Moscow Russia

State Historical Museum Moscow Russia

Offering stylish and modern rooms, electronic curtain and lighting controls, a rooftop restaurant with a large terrace, a spacious spa center, a hot tub, an indoor pool, 14 treatment rooms with crystal lighting and candles, a sauna, a 24-hour fitness center, a beauty salon and an on-site art space with 10 contemporary galleries, The Ritz-Carlton is close to Novikov Bar (restaurant), O2 Lounge (restaurant), Aleksandrovskiy Bar, Grand Cafe Dr. Jhivago (Russian restaurant), Stefano Richi (clothing store), Beluga (restaurant), Avocado Cafe (vegetarian restaurant), Teatr Imeni M. N. Yermolovoy (performing arts center), Pureline Cafe (ice cream shop), Telebistro (restaurant) and more.

Okhotny Ryad Shopping Centre is 0.1 miles, State Historical Museum Moscow Russia and Voskresenskiye Vorota are 0.2 miles, Kazan Cathedral, Bolshoi Theater, Maly Theatre, Moscow Conservatory and Red Square are 0.3 miles, Tretyakov Gallery is 1.1 miles, Olympic Stadium is 1.7 miles, Neskuchny Garden is 3 miles and Sheremetyevo International Airport is 16.3 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (Carlton suite): $1,436

Cost per person (three people): $478

 

 

 

StandArt Hotel Moscow

Strastnoy Boulevard 2

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Tverskaya Street Moscow Russia

StandArt Hotel Moscow offers a spa and wellness center, modern rooms, unique designs, capsule coffee machines, mini-bars, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs, special pillow menus, hairdryers, bathrobes, slippers, Etro toiletries, a restaurant, a bar, room service, concierge service and a fitness center. Nearby you may find Galereya Akter (business center), H&M (clothing store), Timberland, Mac (cosmetics store), Alyonka (candy store), Ayva Chaykhona (restaurant), White Eagles Pub, Magazin Buketov (florist), Craft Station (pub), Beermarket (pub), Trattoriya Venetsiya (Italian restaurant), Beer&fries; (bar), Anderson (family restaurant), Thai-Spa, La Prima (restaurant), Moscow Academic Musical Theater (opera house) and more.

This location is within feet of Pushkinskaya Metro Station and Yeliseyevsky Shop, 0.1 miles from Monument to Alexander Pushkin, Tverskaya Street Moscow Russia, Tverskaya Metro Station and Chekhovskaya Metro Station, 0.2 miles from Lenkom Theatre, 0.3 miles from Stoleshnikov Lane, Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vysokopetrovsky Monastery, 0.6 miles from Bolshoi Theater, 0.9 miles from Red Square and GUM Shopping Center, 1 mile from The Kremlin, 1.4 miles from Olympic Stadium, 1.7 miles from Tretyakov Gallery and 15.7 miles from Sheremetyevo International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $350

 

 

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Huge Moscow Center Penthouse

3/14 улица Остоженка кв 18

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Moscow Russia

With 3 bedrooms, free WiFi, city views and a living room, Huge Moscow Center Penthouse is close to Vаниль (Restaurant), Provans (restaurant), 15 Kitchen+Bar (restaurant), Ресторан Генацвале Холл (restaurant), Генацвале VIP (restaurant), Lodge (cafe), WINE & KITCHEN (European restaurant), Mamm (museum), Moscow House Of Photography (modern art museum), Leo Tolstoy State Museum, Belyye Palaty Tsentr Na Prechistenke (exhibit), Voronezh (restaurant), Center for the Arts. Moscow (art gallery), Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and more.

You’ll find Kropotkinskaya Metro Station 0.1 miles, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Moscow Russia 0.2 miles, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts 0.3 miles, Krasny Oktyabr, House on the Embankment, Estrada Theatre, Lumiere Brothers Centre for Photography and Monument to Peter the Great 0.4 miles, Pashkov House 0.5 miles, Krymskaya Embankment and Arbat Street 0.5 miles, Tretyakov Gallery 0.7 miles, The Kremlin 0.8 miles, Red Square 1 mile, Neskuchny Garden and Donskoi Monastery 2 miles and Vnukovo International Airport 15.5 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night: $326

Cost per person (six people): $55

 

 

 

Petroff Palace Boutique Hotel

Leningradsky Prospect 40

Hotels in Moscow Russia

VTB Arena Moscow

Featuring an 18th-century structure, a museum, a restaurant, a wellness center, grand antique-style rooms, free internet, air conditioning, classic decor, rich fabrics, wooden furniture, work desks, bathrobes, slippers, a continental breakfast, a bar, a 24-hour front desk and free underground parking, Petroff Palace Boutique Hotel is in the vicinity of Figurist (sports wear store), Kenguru (children’s clothing store), Stilisimo (women’s clothing store), Pozitano (cafe), Sea-Тория (restaurant), Zolotaya Bukhara (restaurant), Il’ De Bote (cosmetics store), SimpleWine (wine store), Azbuka Vkusa (grocery store), Angel Tattoo Studio, Buterburg (cafe), Shokoladnitsa (cafe), Futbol’nyy Manezh Dinamo (stadium), Jacky Jacky (gastropub), Кулинар №1 (restaurant) and more.

Petrovsky Park Metro Station is 0.2 miles, VTB Arena Moscow and Dinamo Metro Station are 0.3 miles, Palladium Shopping Centre is 0.4 miles, Megasport Arena and Ice Palace Megasport are 0.7 miles, Aviapark Shopping Centre, CSKA Metro Station and Aeroport Metro Station are 0.9 miles, Central Moscow Hippodrome is 1.1 miles, Olympic Stadium and Victor Vasnetsov House Museum are 3 miles, GUM Shopping Center and The Kremlin are 3.8 miles, Luzhniki Stadium is 5.4 miles and Sheremetyevo International Airport is 13 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (Catherine Chambers Suite): $479

Cost per person (four people): $120

 

 

 

 

Diamond Apartments Hotel

1-Y Krasnogvardeyskiy Proyezd

Hotels in Moscow Russia

Moscow City Skyline

With a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, concierge service, valet parking, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, dining areas, city views, electric tea pots, air conditioning, desks and an a la carte breakfast, Diamond Apartments Hotel is close to 354 Exclusive Height (restaurant), Encore Fitness, Ресторан и клуб Birds (restaurant), Smotrovaya Ploshchadka Moscow Siti Bashnya Oko (observation deck), Ruski (restaurant), Bocconcino (Italian restaurant), Aviator (restaurant), Sixty (restaurant), Moremyaso (restaurant) and more.

You’ll see Mezhdunarodnaya Metro Station, Afimall, Delovoy Tsentr MCC Station and Moscow City Skyline 0.2 miles, Delovoy Tsentr Metro Station 0.3 miles, Vystavochnaya Metro Station 0.4 miles, Shelepikha MCC Station and Shelepikha Metro Station 0.6 miles, Kutuzovskaya Metro Station and Kutuzovskaya MCC Station 0.7 miles, Arbat Street 2.3 miles, Luzhniki Stadium 2.5 miles, Neskuchny Garden 3.1 miles, Donskoi Monastery 3.5 miles and Vnukovo International Airport 13.8 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (club superior apartment): $525

Cost per person (five people): $105

 

 

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You may agree that hotels in Moscow Russia are some of the finest in all of Europe. We hope you have found your perfect accommodation and most importantly, that you enjoy your Moscow trip!

18 Replies to “Hotels in Moscow Russia”

  1. These are some really really fancy hotels! Many of them are roomier than my apartment. I love that you included some of the city’s history plus its climate. I happen to prefer winter over other seasons, so that’s when I’d really like to go. You provided information on some of the city’s attractions that are near to each specific hotel, and that is grand! I believe I’d prefer to stay in the House of Composers Penthouse. It looks gorgeous and is near to some truly inspiring entertainment. Thank you so much for sharing these!

  2. Its good to read about Moscow and it’s amazing luxurious lifestyle that it offers it visitors. I’ve no been to Russia before, but trust me I planned to visit the place soon. I like the hotel ideas here, they are really filled with interesting and attractive offers that makes their prices worth it. This is really useful.

  3. I would have taught that the best place to find classic hotels should be Paris or Greece.. I never knew Russia had this much to offer. I can see that hotels in Moscow Russia and even the surrounding attractions, are some of the finest in the world. Although they vary in cost and it is a normal thing to expert more cost if you are to experience better services. What about other parts of Russia? Any good hotels? 

  4. I have never been to Russia. Your post has brought insight to me concerning the beautiful and gorgeous hotels we have in Russia. I should plan a vacation there.. It would be nice. Although something bothers me. How is the language situation there? Sometimes language differences may lead to poor services. What is done about this? Do we have to learn Russian language? It won’t be fair if that is compulsory 

  5. Russia is a very wonderful country and its cold temperature is one of the few things I love about that place. Some time ago i was given the chance to take a tour there, but because there was no hotel i knew as at that time are me stay back and forfeited the travel. With these wonderful hostels here, i would be gutted to travel to Moscow now. The standart hotel is one very good one and its available things are just too good. It feels like home.

  6. I have been to Russia, but not to any of these listed hostels and they have really amazing offers to make you feel well at home and not on a journey. The winewood lounge hotel makes so much sense going by the fact that it can be for a group of people who are traveling together and the few is very cheap per person.I would bookmark this post so i can make reference to it after.

  7. Hi,

    Thanks for sharing, I’m planning a trip to Moscow for me and my girlfriend as an anniversary gift. We’re going to be heading over in April so would rather find a hotel in Moscow now than risk leaving it any later. The Winewood Moscow Lounge Hotel looks and sounds like it may be ideal & about £200 per night (I’m British) sounds pretty reasonable. Would you say now is the best time to book or better of waiting for the new year?

    1. Nate the sooner the better when it comes to booking, though some larger or unique units you’ll find might only book out a month or so

  8. Getting satisfaction is one thing that is different from how much you can spend. Going to a place like Moscow, you must be prepared to spend as much as possible because your convenience relatively depends on the amount of luxury you can afford. The hotels you mentioned here are nice, I love the aspects of sole of them having spa and other lively activities. I’ll bookmark this website so that I won’t loose it.

  9. Wow! Your pictures of these hotels really made me want to go to Russia! I have never been there.  I enjoyed reading about the attractions and features of Russia as well.  I don’t ever know if I will get to go there but this information is useful! 

    Do you know if there is a hotel that is the most popular in the area close to attractions? Have you ran across one that is usually always booked or recommended the most? 

    Are there any areas of Russia that you think should be avoided where I wouldn’t want to get a hotel?

    1. Jessica thank you for the comments and great questions. All of these accommodations are well situated near some of the best Moscow attractions. As far as safety goes, please feel free to check this gov link to check on the latest travel advisories

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