Rezidor Hotel Group Expands Presence In Moscow With Radisson Royal Hotel

Brussels-based Rezidor Hotel Group has expanded its presence in Moscow with the opening of its new flagship property, the Radisson Royal Hotel, last week by the Russian capital’s Mayor Yury Luzhkov. Situated on a bend of the Moskva River in the city centre and formerly known as the Hotel Ukraina, the hotel is one of Stalin’s legendary “Seven Sisters” skyscrapers and was extensively restored over a 3-year period.

 

The 506 guestrooms offer one of the most luxurious accomodation choices in Moscow and are designed to reflect the heritage of the building. Ranging from the 25-square meter Classic Rooms to the 370-square meter Presidential Suite, each accomodation type is furnished with luxury Queen-sized or twin bedding, spacious bathroom with deep soaking bathtub and amenities from British perfume house Penhaligon’s, LCD television, high-speed internet access, direct-dial telephones, workdesk, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities. There are also 38 serviced apartments with stylish Italian furniture, state-of-the-art home theatre systems and kitchenettes available for long-stay guests, who will also be able to enjoy the facilities and services of hotel guests.

 

Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow promises to be a destination in itself for dining, with a host of gourmet restaurants on-property. The all-day dining Veranda restaurant serves the flavours of the Mediterranean and international classics, while Russian celebrity chef Arkady Novikov offers his innovative fusion creations at the Tatler Club. At Bono, guests can sample Italian dishes, or head to Takasa for Japanese delicacies, while Iranian specialties can be found at Farsi. The hotel’s Lobby Bar is an ideal space to enjoy afternoon tea or to relax and unwind to the tunes of the resident pianist. On the 31st floor, the Trubadur karaoke bar offers guests the latest hits and stunning panoramas of downtown Moscow.

 

Business travellers will benefit from the 6 meeting rooms that vary in size from 30 to 100 square meters, supported by a full-service business center and library with a wide selection of books and publications. The Royal Wellness Club, an exclusive 3,500 square meter health and fitness facility, is available to all guests and offers a heated indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, beauty parlour and spa area with thermal baths and private massage rooms. A highlight of the hotel is its fine art collection of more than 1,200 original masterpieces from Russian artists (amongst them paintings from Vasily Polenov, Julius Klever, Alexander Deneika, Dmitry Nalbandian, Max Birstein, Michael Suzdal’tsv, Nicholas Romadin and Mikhail Kupriyanov) and a 400-square meter model of Moscow in the year 1977. Guests can also opt to take a leisurely cruise down the Moskva River on the river yachts and the custom-designed snow-white restaurant yachts.

 

The Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow joins its sister hotel, the 427-room Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre, in the Russian capital. The brand also operates hotels within Russia in Kaliningrad, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi and St. Petersburg. For more information, visit www.radisson.com.

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