Ritz-Carlton Moscow

The Ritz-Carlton Moscow is a five-star luxury hotel in Moscow, located at Tverskaya Street, 3.

The hotel is located at the beginning of Tverskaya Street, near its intersection with Mokhovaya Street – near Red Square and the Moscow Kremlin.

In the 19th century, the Paris Hotel was located on this site, which was demolished during the general reconstruction of Moscow in the 1930s. Many Russian writers, such as Konstantin Leontiev and Nikolai Nekrasov, liked to stop there during their visits to Moscow.

Until 2002, a 22-story building of the Intourist Hotel, built in 1970, stood on this site.

The opening of The Ritz-Carlton Moscow took place on July 1, 2007. The hotel building was designed in 2005-2007 according to the project of the team of authors headed by architect A. D. Meyerson.

The facade of the 12-story hotel building is decorated in an eclectic style.

The hotel has 334 rooms, including 65 suites.

The O2 Lounge is on the hotel’s rooftop and overlooks Red Square. The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lobby Lounge and the Café Russe restaurant are on the ground floor.

The ESPA’s spa includes a fitness center, swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms and 14 spa treatment rooms, and a spa café.

It borders another luxury hotel: National.

Nearest metro: Okhotny Ryad, Teatralnaya, Ploshchad Revolyutsii.

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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