Budapest

2/18 Petrovsky Linii, Moscow, Moscow, 127051, Russia

What opened in 1876 as a club for noblemen became a hotel for visiting Soviet bureaucrats to stay while on official business and now is a homey if somewhat outdated place to stay in the city center with high ceilings, skirted bedspreads, and tasseled lampshades. A restaurant serves a conservative range of European dishes, there's a cozy bar, and just up the block there's Gogol, a trendy and inexpensive café that serves traditional Russian food. The Kremlin is also just a short walk away.

PROS

  • great location
  • nice Old World ambiance

CONS

  • Soviet-style service can be a bit indifferent
  • dated decor

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Business
Lively
Central
Casual Chic

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 495-925–3050

HOTEL DETAILS

116 rooms, 8 suites
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted No meals

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