Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow

Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow is a hotel of the Kempinski Hotel group, located in the center of Moscow at the corner of Baltschug Street and the Raushskaya embankment.

This place’s profitable house (hotel) was built already after the fire of 1812. In 1897-1898, it was demolished and rebuilt according to the design of the architect Alexander Ivanov. A restaurant was located on the ground floor, and the upper floors were rented out to artists as studios.

In 1911 the hotel was rebuilt according to the project of the architect Vladimir Glazov.

After the revolution of 1917, the “Osipov building” was used as an office building. Then, in 1928, the Novomoskovskaya Hotel was opened. In 1939 the hotel was converted into a hostel for the People’s Commissariat of Foreign Affairs. In 1957, it began to work as a hotel called “Bucharest.”

In 1989-1992, the hotel building was redesigned by the Austrian construction consortium Avstroy Baugesellschaft. On October 1, 1992, the Baltschug Kempinski Moscow Hotel was opened.

Renovated in 2013, the hotel offers 227 elegant and spacious rooms, including a unique collection of Designs and Panoramic Suites with the best views of Moscow. The hotel has 12 banquet halls-transformers, a health club, “Baltschug” with a swimming pool, gym and sauna, and a beauty center.

The restaurant “Balchug Grill” and the European cafe “Kranzler” are especially popular.

Address: Balchug street, 1, Moscow.

Nearest metro: Novokuznetskaya, Tretyakovskaya.

Attractions around: Bolshoi TheatreMaly TheatreManezhnaya SquarePloschad Revolyutsii (square)State Duma buildingHouse of the UnionsTeatralnaya PloschadTSUMMonument to Alexander OstrovskyTretyakovskiy proezdCentral Children’s StoreLubyanka BuildingMetropol HotelRed SquareTverskaya streetKremlin.

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