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Radisson Royal

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly service
  • great views
  • diverse dining options, impressive swimming pool area with hot tub and hamam (Turkish bath)

    Cons

  • far from metro and the Kremlin
  • expensive

Radisson Royal Review

One of the famed Seven Sisters skyscrapers commissioned by Stalin in the 1950s pampers present-day capitalists in luxurious Italianate guest rooms, jauntily decorated lounges, and a world-class spa. The original foyer's white marble floors and columns are now augmented with rows of boutiques, and in another welcome break from the hotel's Soviet roots, the service is genial and professional. The building's height provides for extraordinary views on three sides, which are best seen at the Italian and Japanese restaurants that occupy the 30th and 31st floors.

    Hotel Details

  • 497 rooms, 38 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-18-2013

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