Boasting landmark status, this historic hotel combines opulent guest rooms with impressive business and leisure facilities, and has recently scooped the title of Russia’s Leading Luxury Hotel 2010 at the World Travel Awards.
Formerly known as ‘Hotel Ukraina’, the hotel soars 206m high and occupies a monumental building that forms part of the legendary ‘Seven Sisters’ skyscraper project masterminded by Stalin as a showcase of Soviet Neo-classical architecture. A team of top designers, architects and technicians has meticulously restored the hotel’s exterior and interior, paying homage to the building’s illustrious past as the largest European hotel of its day.
Enjoying a prime city centre location, the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow is the epitome of luxury with its 505 elegant guest rooms and suites, 38 serviced apartments, original art collection, lavish on-site spa, gourmet dining and high-tech conferencing facilities. The hotel features free high-speed Internet access throughout, and is equipped with elegant furniture and accessories from worldwide leading brands including Baker, Provasi, Florence Art, Citterio, Villeroy & Boch, Penhaligon’s and Etro.
A commitment to luxury
At the World Travel Awards in October 2010, the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow was named the best luxury hotel in Russia. Considered the top accolade for a tourism business, the World Travel Awards recognise innovation and are judged by professionals representing 183,000 travel and tourism organisations from 160 countries. After receiving the award, the hotel’s General Manager Wolfgang Nitschke said, “For us, luxury means attention to every detail, it means fulfilling all our promises to our guests, and anticipating their every desire. It is above all a general impression, the ambience of the hotel, and we are proud that our efforts have been recognised with such an award”.
The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow is particularly popular with business travellers thanks to its central location on the Moskva River in close proximity to key administrative, business, leisure and tourist venues. Meeting planners can look forward to the hotel’s winning fusion of sumptuous meeting facilities, the latest technology and professional service standards. Ideal for hosting board meetings to large conferences, the hotel’s five versatile meeting rooms and two 450m² conference and banqueting halls are complemented by spacious pre-function areas, a business centre and a large library. The entire conferencing facility can accommodate 1,000 delegates. Moscow offers meeting planners a wealth of incentive opportunities and one such activity not to be missed is a boat trip on the Moskva River on one of the Radisson Royal Hotel’s high-end cruise liners – the perfect way to take in Moscow’s most picturesque sights and enjoy fine dining.
Art lovers will be in for a treat at the hotel, which is home to over 1,200 original works by Russian artists created in the first half of the last century. After a busy day of meetings, the 3,500m² health and fitness centre makes a relaxing oasis with its spa, thermal baths, 50m heated indoor pool, well-equipped gym and treatment rooms. The hotel offers some of the best restaurants in town and guests will be tempted with the flavours of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, classic international dishes, innovative fusion cuisine, Italian specialties, and exotic Iranian menus, not to mention sophisticated Japanese delicacies.
The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow promises guests a luxurious stay in a property steeped in history.