Cutting a respectable figure in the vibrant centre of Moscow, Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre cater for clients looking for a high level of comfort and dependable efficiency for personal relaxation as well as business undertakings. Since the location of the hotel is so central, guests find themselves immersed within the very epicentre of the business and cultural hub of the city.
Perhaps one if its biggest draws, the Business Centre forms a prominent part of the Slavyanskaya Hotel and is one of the most significant first-class business centres in Russia that brings together a set of practical and aesthetically pleasing offices and conference halls, along with a broad range of business services that can be adapted to suit any activity. The residential part of the establishment is no less impressive, and the 427 rooms that form part of the hotel are designed in a manner best described as state-of-the-art, yet without losing out on the ability to inspire relaxation.
Conference spaces designed to inspire
Having made a name for itself as a high-end and leading business centre, Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel has hosted a number of large-scale international forums in recent years, including the Russian Steel Summit and the International Conference on Railway engineering, as well as a string of major conferences organised by globally recognised names such as Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Avon and Siemens. The hotel provides many different kinds of business spaces, the largest one being St George Hall. An environment with a definite grandeur, the St George Hall covers 1006,8 sq m. and is decorated in classic style. The hall lends itself perfectly to events such as business gatherings and banquets for groups encompassing numbers between 30 to 200 people.
Offering additional space aside from the hall itself, a reception area and a separate room located in the far end of the main space is particularly suited for VIP events and boardroom meetings. The St. George Hall is not equipped with an integrated audio-visual system, but the hotel management is happy to provide clients with any equipment they may need, be it amplifier systems, projectors, screens, plasma panels, or simultaneous translation systems.
More dramatic in style, the Library Hall measures 60 sq m and functions as a space for VIP events, presentations, negotiations, dinners and cocktail parties. The hall can accommodate anything from 15-50 people, and the design theme brings together dark mahogany panels, bookshelves, vast windows and large mirrors to create to convey an air of splendour. As in the case of the St George hall, the Library Hall is not equipped with integrated audio-visual system but these practical essentials can be added if need be.
In addition to the beautifully imposing St George Hall, Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel comprises as many as five boardrooms of different sizes, ranging from 20 sq m to 56 sq m, with the capacity to accommodate 5-30 people. These rooms are specifically designed to hold business meetings, presentations, and celebratory lunches and dinners. Conceived to create a pleasant but neutral environment, the large windows and white- washed walls work as perfect backdrops that allows each room to be decorated and furnished according to each client’s needs. Across the board, all business spaces within Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel feature free Wi-Fi Zones for guests and delegates, while the management can easily install telephone lines, high-speed Internet equipment for video conferences upon request.
For those who don’t want to wait until they get back to the office to start work, the hotel also features a professional print centre with colour and monochrome printing – also in large formats. A copy corner, binding and laminating and computer rental services are also available.
A hotel with many strings to its bow
To find an establishment that combines as many practical and pleasure inducing qualities as the Radisson Slavyanskaya hotel is no mean feat, in Russia or elsewhere. Forming an all-round environment to complement its spectrum of business-focused services and spaces, the hotel serves up a plethora of other elements. To meet to guest’s every practical need, the parking lot is designed to accommodate a vast number of cars and remains open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For leisurely days, shopping is not out of reach. Located in the Shopping Mall of St George Street, a cluster of stores stocks collections and products from globally recognised names in the field of fashion and jewellery. Adding yet another layer to the mix, the hotel’s resident Picture Gallery showcases art exhibitions spanning paintings and sculptures by notable Russian artists focusing on everything from modern art to Soviet realism.
Moving over to the crucial component that is cuisine, the dishes available at the different restaurants and cafes that form part of the Radisson Slavyanskaya concept is of such notable calibre that it’s become a covetable aspect in its own right. To offer a taster what’s on the menu across the different eateries Japanese delicacies are the order of the day at Sumosan Restaurant, while the Italian kitchen prevails at the Talavera restaurant. Café Amadeus, meanwhile, offers dishes of a lighter sort with culinary influences from around the world.
For guests inclined to enjoy some sports while staying at the hotel, the in-house Health Club offers a broad range of services and as many different forms of training, including swimming and individual workouts on the various types of equipment available in the exercise room. If relaxation is high on the agenda, guests are invited to enjoy a spot of massage or a quiet moment of tranquillity in the Jacuzzi.
Hotel & Business Center
Europe Square, 2
121059, Moscow, Russia
Tel.: + 7 495 941 8020
Fax: + 7 495 941 8000