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Meridien National Hotel *****
Aerostar Hotel Moscow
The Moscow Aerostar is a 413-room Canadian-Russian Joint venture hotel.
It is a ten-minute drive from the heart of Moscow and is right on your
way from the airport. Its style combines European Elegance with North
American efficiency. Marble interiors, paintings and many other amenities
make the atmosphere sophisticated and warm. The hotel is known for excellent
Canadian management and security.
The three-star Budapest Hotel (5 floors, 120 rooms) was built in 1876
and combines traditional Russian architecture with modern comfort. The
hotel is located in the city centre.
This three star hotel is conveniently located in a new part of Leninskiy
Prospect, which is one of Moscow major thoroughfares. But in the same
time this region is considered to be ecologically cleanest place of the
Moscow. The Central House of Tourists offers 537 rooms and 49 suites located
over 33 floors of the hotel.
The Hotel Complex Cosmos is located in one of the most beautiful and
ecologically healthy districts of Moscow. It gives a wonderful view of
the Botanical Garden and the National nature reserve "Lossiny Ostrov"
(The Elk Island). The majestic 26-storey hotel structure built in 1979
in accordance with the project created by French architects is a truly
impressive sight for both city visitors and Moscovites born and bred.
The imposing architecture is combined with the magnificent interior decor
of the halls, gourmet cuisine offered by the restaurants, sophisticated
splendour of the rooms. Here you will feel on top of the world.
Classic European hotel with historic facade dating back to 1898. Situated
in the very heart of Moscow. Long since known for its style, service and
traditional Russian hospitality, this hotel provides business and leisure
guests alike with the perfect base from which to explore the capital.
It is one of the most elegant and distinguished addresses of Russia, and
in Moscow it sets the benchmark for world-class accommodation. In fact,
the five-star Kempinski is the only hotel in Russia's capital city to
enjoy membership in the prestigious international association of Leading
Hotels of the World. For those who demand the finest in service and comfort,
this grand hotel is quite simply the only suitable accommodation in Moscow.
The Iris Congress Hotel Moscow, nestled in a calm residential neighbourhood,
is located 35 minutes from Sheremetievo Airport and the Kremlin, and has
permanent access to the city centre. The hotel has an up-to-date business
centre making it an ideal place for business travellers.
The Ismailovo Hotel Complex, consisting of four separate blocks - Alfa,
Beta, Vega and Gamma-Delta, offers all the comfort and services necessary
for both tourists and business travellers. It is located only 30 metres
away from metro station Ismailovskiy Park, in the greenest area of Moscow.
During the 1980 Moscow Olympics the complex was used to accommodate many of the athletes attending the games. At the present day its guests enjoy a wide range of facilities, friendly service and hospitable atmosphere. The hotel's well-developed infrastructure creates the favourable conditions for work and pleasure.
Totally there are 7500 rooms in the complex. The 30 storey Gamma-Delta
blocks comprise 1972 comfortable rooms.
Le Royal Meridien National stands on the cross of Mokhovaya and Tverskaya
streets overlooking the walls of the Kremlin, the Manezhnaya and the St.-Bazels
Cathedral. The hotel was built in 1903 by famous Russian architect Alexander
Ivanov in a modern style with elements of eclecticism. The hotel is only
minutes from main business addresses, shopping areas and the famous Bolshoi