The decadence of 19th-century Russia, tinted with modern glamour, awaits hotel guests at The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow. Near Red Square and the Kremlin, in the heart of the business and cultural district, the hotel offers a grand stay, both visually and experientially. After being greeted by a traditional friendship ceremony with bread and salt, guests are invited to explore the hotel’s amenities including:
Rooftop O2 Lounge, overlooking the Kremlin and Red Square, with infused cocktails and international cuisine
Novikov Restaurant & Bar, sister to its London predecessor, offering Pan-Asian cuisine, 15 varieties of sake and a VIP room focused on single-malt whiskeys
European and Eastern healing traditions in collaboration with La Prairie at the spa, featuring a café, crystal-studded vitality pool and salon
The National is a unique Russian historical and cultural monument that stands apart from Moscow's other hotels. Built in 1903 by famed Russian architect Alexander Ivanov, Hotel National has been an awe-inspiring historic landmark for more than a century. Located at the very heart of Moscow’s historical, cultural and business center, the magnificent hotel opens spectacular vistas of the Kremlin and the Red Square. Among famous guests were politicians and celebrities: Vladimir Lenin, Nadezhda Krupskaya, Anna Pavlova, Anatole France, Herbert G.Wells, Russian composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich and many others.
Each of the 202 luxuriously appointed guest rooms feature genuine exclusive furniture inspired by the hotel’s nineteenth-century décor, spacious bathing and dressing areas as well as state-of-the-art technology. Moreover, the hotel’s 55 historical suites are adorned with authentic and rare Russian antiques, including vases, lamps, mirrors, statues and paintings.