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Peking

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • convenient central location across the street from Moscow Conservatory's Tchaikovsky Hall
  • several nice restaurants nearby

    Cons

  • beds can be bouncy and service surly

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Peking Review

This 1955, Soviet-era tower is a Moscow landmark, offering old-fashioned accommodations that, though upgraded, still evoke Stalinist Russia, as may the service and amenities. Guest rooms vary in size, so it makes sense to ask to see a few before checking in. Request one on a higher floor if any are available, so you can enjoy the views of central Moscow.

    Hotel Details

  • 119 rooms, 21 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-18-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Feeling like in the Cold War

    I swear I felt like if I was in the middle of a secret mission during the cold war. And it was so because of the decoration, the architecture of the building and the location. That was the best part of it. It was very well located and in fact that allowed me to spend a few hours each day at the Moscow Conservatory's Tchaikovsky Hall, which was really close. The hotel was renovated but still you can feel like a Russian James Bond. Bad things about it were: you must pay for internet because it is not included. That is a shame. And the beds were not very comfortable in any case, specially considering I requested to be changed to another room.

    by muheidmohamed, 11/13/12

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