I stayed here at the start of my Cosmos tour and my first impression was that it is a comfortable, clean place to stay. It was the only one of four hotels that had in-room tea & coffee making facilities. The staff were mostly friendly and polite and all except the teller in the currency exchange spoke good English. The young lady who made up my room every day was a delight! There is free wi-fi in the lobby which was adequate for my needs. I believe it was also available in-room for a charge but not spending a lot of time on line meant I didn't require the facility. I utilised the free ice-making machine on the 3rd floor and also the ice-cold filtered water in the free gym as the in-room fridge was unavailable without paying for it. The breakfast buffet food was of a good standard with enough variety to keep most people happy. However, the layout of the buffet line and dining room created a great deal of congestion at peak breakfast times. The biggest downfall is the elevator system - 19 floors and only 3 small lifts, one of which didn't work for the whole of my 4 night stay. With multiple tour groups trying to get down to breakfast or to check out with luggage in the mornings, the wait for a lift could be very frustrating. The only other way was to lug baggage up or down the fire-safety stair case. There is no internal staircase except to the mezzanine floor. I think lift operators in peak periods may have made the experience a little less frustrating. I can find no excuse for one lift being out of operation for at least 4 days. The location of the hotel, while not right in the city, was in a reasonably good area with a lot of shops and eating places of various standards close by. The Metro is a short underground subway walk across a very busy intersection. Once I'd learned the Metro system, getting around was a piece of cake! If you can master the Moscow Metro you can master any Metro in the world! It would be easier if the authorities realised that Russia is emerging as a popular tourist destination and that as English is spoken almost worldwide, it would be to their advantage to have the station names (and indeed every other sign) written in the Latin alphabet under the names written in Cyrillic .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover Moscow from the Centrally Located Holiday Inn Moscow-Suschevsky Hotel, with Excellent Subway and Road Links. It's a 45-minute taxi ride from Sheremetyevo International Airport to the sleek, sophisticated Lobby of the high-rise Holiday Inn Moscow-Suschevsky hotel. The city buzz fades away as you step into your spacious Guest room with free Wi-Fi, complimentary tea and coffee and the latest pay movies on your TV. Mingle over drinks in our cozy Lobby bar with free Wi-Fi. We're conveniently situated on a bustling boulevard with direct access to the ring road, 3 minutes' walk from Rizhskaya Subway Station. The hotel is 5km from mammoth Red Square, dominated by the Kremlin and the extravagantly coloured domes of St. Basil's Cathedral.Conveniently located for business, Holiday Inn Moscow-Suschevsky is within 3 km of companies like Morgan Stanley, Halliburton and a 10-minute drive from VDNKH Exhibition Centre. Hold seminars in 6 modern meeting rooms and prepare at the 12-hour Business Centre. Executive room guests enjoy complimentary breakfast, pastry, fruit and soft drinks in the stylish executive lounge with free Wi-Fi. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Moscow - Suschevsky Hotel Moscow
- Moscow Holiday Inn