It is a big luxury hotel with a smile. Yours that is. Everyone of the people working there is smiling that put you on a very jovial mood. The Moscowites don't speak foreign languages and it is hard to find one smiling when you ask them something. The rooms are huge. Especially the club floors that are 8th floor and up are fantastic but with no view. Ours looked to a patio with a very beautiful sculpture. The bath rooms are fantastic with rain style showers with amenities that are very high class. The breakfast is the, you can skip lunch kind, with a very big and great variety. NOW: Don't forget to visit the 12th floor Q2 bar. The view to the kremlin and Stalin's seven sisters (seven high rises that he put up for prestige and politburo) is with one word stunning. But there will always be an instance that they will not let you forget that you are the new kid on the block. When the bar is nearly empty, the waitress will tell you that all tables are reserved from a week back and show you the worst table in the bar. Don't give in. Do like you are leaving and mumble that you are a hotel guest. THAN a very beautiful and leggy maitre'd will approach you and show you to a very much better table. But don't forget, there isn't a door that a smile would not open. Luxury does not come cheap. Be ready to cough $900 a night. You should arrange for your daily excursions in advance or be ready to pay really big bucks. The concierge (it can happen to anyone, so I am writing that as a joke) when we asked the address of Noyan Tun restaurant (an Armenian restaurant that has a branch in Armenia as well) wrote us the address in Yerevan in Armenia. We had a good laugh going up and down the Nikolskaya street asking everyone about this restaurant and getting blank stares. Be good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just off the Red Square, next to the Kremlin, in the heart of cultural and business center of Russia's capital, The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow features the largest guest rooms and suites providing cutting edge technological amenities. The hotel offers a string of luxurious amenities including world-class dining options - O2 Lounge with summer terrace on the 12th floor with breathtaking panoramic view over the Kremlin and Red Square, Café Russe presentic European cuisine and some Russian highlights, Pan-Asian restaurant Novikov Restaurant & Bar, a beauty salon, barber spa, Fitness Center and spacious full-service The Ritz-Carlton Spa featuring 14 treatment rooms, as well as a heated indoor pool, hot tub, sauna and steam rooms. With more than 1,100 square meters / 11,436 square feet of meeting space including the Ballroom accommodating events of up to 700 guests, The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow will welcome attendees in style. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ritz-Carlton Hotel Moscow
- Moscow Ritz Carlton
- Ritz Moscow
- Ritz-Carlton Moscow