Closed for many years, the legendary Hotel Moskva is now reborn as Four Seasons Hotel Moscow, and recently has opened its doors, and we say it’s a must-see for top travelers to the city. Originally built in the 1930s, the luxury hotel is located in the heart of the historic district, overlooking Manezhnaya Square, steps from Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre.
“Winter in Russia heralds a season of romantic sleigh rides in Sokolniki, performances of Petr Tchaikovsky’sNutcracker at the Bolshoi Theatre, and ice skating in Gorky Park,” says Chef Concierge Gleb Kryuchkov. “For those interested in learning about the history and culture of our Far North, Eco Husky Park hosts traditional ceremonies and exhibitions; and for more modern pursuits, the city is abuzz about Montana, a new weekend nightclub on a yacht in the Moscow River.”
Offering the city’s most spacious accommodations, the elegant hotel comprises of 180 luxurious rooms and suites, with 40 different floor plans , five restaurants and lounges, including the signature Italian restaurant Quadrum, and the chic Moskovsky Bar. This is the second Four Seasons property in Russia, after the newly opened Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg. What do you think of ? Fancy a trip to Moscow?
[ Source: Four Seasons ]