Eastern Europe Destinations:
Western & Central Europe Destinations:
Travel Guide/Contacts:
Photo Galleries:

Hotel Accommodation in Russia

Red Square, Russia
Hotels in Russia:
St Petersburg, Russia
10 Things To Know About Russia   by Richard Monk
Russia is an immensely huge and diverse country. Following are 10 things you should know about this immense country...
How To Enjoy Your First Visit To Moscow, Russia   by Casey Adams
Taking your first trip to Moscow, Russia is in many respects like going to any other world capital. Before leaving your point of origin, you must be certain you have a visa. The simplest visa to get is a tourist visa....


Search for more Moscow Hotels
Aerostar Hotel, Moscow Aerostar Hotel Moscow
Conveniently located in the centre of the city, The Aerostar Hotel offers quality Moscow hotel accommodation not far from the airport and with good transport links to Moscow's main tourist attractions including The Kremlin and Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre. The Aerostar Hotel is located only a 10-minute walk from the Metro and Dinamo Football Stadium. It lies moments from the pretty Petrovskiy Park, including the Petrovsky Palace.  A breakfast buffet with a wide range of cold snacks and freshly-baked pastries served in Brasserie Erte one of the hotel restaurants between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m.  Enjoy fine dining and authentic Russian hospitality at The Aerostar Hotel which has 2 restaurants, Brasserie Erte and Petergof offering a wide range of Russian specialities and international dishes accompanied by a carefully selected list of fine wines.
Budapest Hotel, Moscow Budapest Hotel Moscow
Housed in a late XIXth century neo-classical edifice Hotel Budapest is excellently positioned in the very heart of Moscow.  The hotel lies only a few streets and as many minutes away from such major city’s attractions as the Kremlin (focus of Russia’s political and spiritual power, the seat of its government), Red Square (often referred to as ‘the main square of the country’), St Basil’s Cathedral (Russia’s most famous image), the Bolshoi Theatre, Tverskaya street (Moscow’s thoroughfare), the Manezh (formerly – an equestrian school for military officers, currently – an exhibition hall) and the Okhotny Riad shopping center (an underground mall with more that 100 shops). The Russian Parliament’s buildings as well as the Central Bank of the Russian Federation and Moscow Mayor’s Office are also within a walking distance from the hotel. 
Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow
Experience the best view over the Kremlin and Moscow river from your hotel room. The hotel is located in the Moscow city center, in 5 minutes walk from the historical St.Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square. The 5 star Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow offers deluxe rooms and suites, that were recently given a new look by best European designers. Luxury Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow was the first hotel in Russia accepted into The Leading Hotels of the World association.  Dine at our restaurants known for excellent Russian, European or Japanese cuisine and fascinating view over the Kremlin. 
Marriott Moscow Grand Hotel Moscow Marriott Moscow Grand Hotel Moscow
In the heart of Moscow near Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre, the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel is pure elegance. Our 5 star hotel, located on Tverskaya Street, is known for impeccable service and event facilities. Our spacious accommodations and suites feature wonderful amenities, including a safe, individual climate control and wireless broadband Internet access. Stay fit in our exclusive Fitness Gym featuring state-of-the-art equipment, and unwind in our indoor pool and sauna. Russkiy Pogrebok features authentic Russian cuisine and our 2 other restaurants offer delightful international food. Between meals, enjoy a cocktail at the Lobby Bar or read your newspaper by the fountain. When planning a special event, the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel meets all expectations. At the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel, our well trained and friendly staff welcomes you.
Marriott Tverskaya Hotel Moscow Marriott Tverskaya Hotel Moscow
Traditional elegance, combined with intimate boutique-style ambiance, makes the Moscow Marriott Tverskaya Hotel a wonderful choice while in our capital city of Moscow, Russia. Centrally located on Tverskaya Street near fabulous shopping, Red Square and the Kremlin, our hotel features a beautiful glass-roof atrium, event catering services and 24-hour fitness gym. Spacious accommodations boast luxurious Marriott bedding, mini-bar, in-room safe, and wireless broadband Internet access. Enjoy a feast with friends and colleagues at Gratzi Restaurant and enjoy a snack and cocktail at the Lobby Bar. Our friendly and attentive staff is focused on hospitality and takes care of every detail when planning events.
Novotel Moscow Centre Hotel Moscow
Novotel Moscow Centre is a 4 star hotel ideal for your business trip or leisure in Moscow. Hotel is conveniently located in the business part of the city center, 15 minutes from the Kremlin, 30 km from the International Airport. Two metro stations are at the doorsteps of the hotel. Guests enjoy the benefit of a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine and Loby Bar. High speed Internet included in the room rate. 8 meeting rooms are available for booking seminars, trainings and conferences.
 Search the full list of Moscow Hotels
Search for St. Petersburg Hotels
Angleterre Hotel St. Petersburg Angleterre Hotel St. Petersburg
The Angleterre was one of the first hotels in St Petersburg. In the 1920s it was a favourite destination for artists and poets. From its charming location overlooking St Isaac's Cathedral, it is perfectly placed for discovering the history and romance of the city.  Dining and Drinking - Borsalino Restaurant with private dining room, Caviar Bar and The Gallery.  193 bedrooms including five suites. In room: air-conditioning, direct-dial telephones, interactive TV system, minibar, linen bedding, electronic safe, fax and modem points, broadband internet connection. Most rooms have views of St Isaac's Cathedral .
Astoria Hotel Rocco Forte St. Petersburg Astoria Hotel Rocco Forte St. Petersburg
Hotel Astoria, which first opened in 1912, is situated at the very heart of St. Petersburg overlooking the landmark St. Isaac's Cathedral, within walking distance of the renowned Hermitage Museum. Guest rooms and suites are designed in a graceful blend of Russian antiques and contemporary pieces, complemented by the requisite technological amenities, including two-line telephones with voice mail, dataport, interactive satellite television, mini-bar, and safe. The hotel is part of the Rocco Forte Collection.
Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel St. Petersburg Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel St. Petersburg
One of St. Petersburg's largest hotels, the 1200-room Park Inn Pribaltiskaya has long been popular with business travelers and tour groups thanks to its high professional standards, friendly service, and superior accommodation. Located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland at the western tip of historic Vasilevskiy Island, the Pribaltiskaya Hotel offers beautiful sea views from many of its smartly decorated and comfortable rooms and suites, the vast majority of which have recently been refitted. All rooms offer WiFi access.  The Pribaltiskaya also offers a wide and varied range of on-site dining options, and numerous leisure amenities including the Roman Holidays SPA Centre, a bowling alley, and a billiards hall.
Park Inn Pulkovskaya Hotel St. Petersburg Park Inn Pulkovskaya Hotel St. Petersburg
 The Park Inn Pulkovskaya Hotel is the first one on the way of the guests entering Saint Petersburg by Pulkovskoye Highway. The main advantage of this hotel is that it is located in the close vicinity of the city's airport. It is also conveniently situated not far from the city center that can be accessed by car in 10-15 minutes. The hotel has a convenient connection with splendid suburbs of St Petersburg - Pushkin and Pavlovsk. The guests of the Park Inn Pulkovskaya Hotel can organize and hold a conference or a banquet in one of the hotel's multifunctional halls, enjoy the facilities of a well equipped business center, work out in a fitness center, visit a beauty parlor and buy traditional souvenirs in the shops of the hotel. 
Search the full list of St. Petersburg Hotels


How To Enjoy Your First Visit To Moscow, Russia   by Casey Adams

Taking your first trip to Moscow, Russia is in many respects like going to any other world capital. Before leaving your point of origin, you must be certain you have a visa. The simplest visa to get is a tourist visa. It will be about EUR100.

If you are a typical first time visitor and do not speak Russian, proceed through the "green channel" when you arrive in Moscow. If you need cash, you can withdraw it from an ATM on almost any corner. It is safest to bring a mix of cash, credit and ATM cards. It is vital that you maintain your passport and hotel registration on your person at all times.

While Moscow has some pickpockets and other small time criminals, the petty crime statistics are comparable to that in any other major city or world capital. Wearing a money pocket that goes around your neck and underneath your clothes is a safe choice for keeping your cash and documents safe. Central Moscow is very non-threatening, but you should maintain the common sense measures that you would take in any other major metropolis.

For exchanging currencies, exchange kiosks have better exchange rates than the air terminal and lodgings. Don't exchange all your cash at once. You might find a better exchange a little farther on. You will have the simplest time exchanging U.S. dollars or Euros rather than other currencies. It is wise to restrict the use of your credit cards to major businesses. You're safer using hard currency at local stores.

While there are countless things to see and do in Moscow, here are a few suggestions.

The Moscow metro is highly regarded for traveling around Moscow due to its dependability, cleanliness, and safety. It is also an attraction by itself. Single entry is only 5 rubles, and you get} a deeper discount with books of passes. The trains run from 5:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.. Several of the train stations are architectural art objects and are definitely worth seeing.

The new Tretyakov Gallery is located betwixt the Park Cultury and Octoberskya subway stations, and across from Gorky Park. The exhibitions change often, and the number of artworks is huge. On the last weekend of each month, in the red brick facility on the other side of the grounds is a stone fair that occupies two entire floors of the facility.

Between the Tretyakov Gallery and the Moscow River is a separate sculpture garden that costs 100 rubles but is a terrific value. It is full of sculptures that were unwanted in public places. They were collected here in the 1990s.

The Old Tretyakov Gallery at 10-12 Lavrushinskiy Pereulok contains works by the Russian masters from the 11th through the 20th centuries.

St. Basil's Cathedral was erected in the 1550s by Ivan the Terrible. Bordering Red Square, the cathedral has nine chapels, each with its own unique dome.

And naturally, you shouldn't miss Red Square. Surrounded by the Kremlin walls, Lenin's tomb, and the vast GUM department store bordering three faces, you can readily spend an entire day here.

You'll never lack for things to see and do in Moscow, and once you're accustomed to the geography of the city there is every reason you'll want to come back to Moscow again and again.


Moscow Hotels

About the Author - In Russia? send flowers to Moscow at http://www.sendflowers.ru/eng/


Western & Central Europe

| Home Page | Andorra | Austria | Belgium | Cyprus | Denmark | England | Finland | France | Germany | GreeceIceland  | Ireland | Italy | Luxembourg | Malta | Monaco | Netherlands | Norway | Portugal | Scotland | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Wales |

Eastern Europe

 | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Croatia | Czech Republic | Estonia | Hungary | Latvia | Lithuania | Macedonia | Poland | Romania | Russia | Slovak Republic | Slovenia | Ukraine | Yugoslavia |

Copyright © All Europe Accommodation

Latest update: August 5, 2019