We have seven well-appointed hotels in Moscow, including a selection of hotels situated perfectly for those visiting the Russian capital on business. Our business hotels include one located within the main business district and one within walking distance of the Kremlin. All are within easy reach of facilities such as shops, restaurants and bars.
Once the working day is done, you won’t find yourself with nothing to do. Take in some of the city’s rich historical architecture. St Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square is, perhaps, one of the most stunning buildings in the city and dates back to the 1560s. The Novodevichy (or ‘New Maiden’) convent and cemetery is another spot steeped in history.
Shoppers in Moscow are spoiled for choice. From market bargains to designer labels, the Russian capital has it all. GUM (Glavnyi Universalnyi Magazin) is a sizeable shopping area made up of 3 parallel arcades. GUM is packed full of designer labels and swanky stores. At the other end of the shopper’s spectrum, Izmailovsky Market is a street market and bargain hunter’s paradise.
Football fans have nearly as much choice as the shoppers. Luzhniki Stadium in the city is the current home of Spartak Moscow football club and their fierce rivals, CSKA Moscow, play their home games at the city’s Light-Athletic Football Complex.
Moscow’s an incredibly well connected city, with direct flights from a number of major UK cities including London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Birmingham.
Mix business with pleasure in one of Eastern Europe’s most vibrant cities and check in for a stay at one of our Moscow business hotels.