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Moscow hotel with shuttle service close to Marriott Grand

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My husband and I are taking a Vantage tour in Moscow but we are arriving one day early to adjust to jet lag. The Vantage tour starts with 3 nights at the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel. Vantage will not book the extra day at their rate or provide a transfer to the hotel because we're arriving a day early. The best non-refundable rate I can get is $300/night.

We don't need to stay in a first class hotel and I'd like to avoid paying $300 for the Marriott and $150 for a taxi from the airport. Can you recommend a hotel close to the Moscow Marriott Grand that has shuttle service from the airport? We will be exhausted after the trip and my husband is not a great traveler so I want to avoid the metro or buses. Thank you.

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