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Holiday Inn Moscow - Lesnaya

15 Lesnaya Ulitsa





Check In: 2PM

Check Out: 12PM

Check-in Age: 18


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Location Highlights
City Name:
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
1.86 MI/ 3 KM
Closest Convention Center:
Distance from Hotel:
6.21 MI/ 10 KM South West


  • The Kremlin and the Red Square
  • Lenin Mausoleum
  • St Basil Cathedral
  • Bolshoi Theatre
  • Christ the Savior Cathedral
  • Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
  • Moscow Zoo
  • Olimpiysky Sport Center
  • Tretiakov Art Gallery
  • Old Moscow Circus
  • Vernisazh art market
  • Gostiny Dvor
  • WTC
  • Expo Centre Krasnaya Presnya
  • Crocus Expo Centre
  • Food mall DEPO
Must See

Must See

Afternoons are the quietest time to explore the iconic red-walled Kremlin, once centre of the Soviet Union, 3km from Holiday Inn Moscow-Lesnaya. See the Tsar's tombs in the Kremlin's Cathedral of the Archangel and exquisite Fabergé eggs in the Armoury. The ornate Tretyakov Art Gallery, 6km from Holiday Inn Moscow-Lesnaya, has an ever-changing roster of first-rate Russian art exhibitions.
Must Do

Must Do

Do not miss the opportunity to visit Vodootvodny Canal fountains and Luzhkov Bridge next to Bolotnaya Square. The fountains are located on both sides from Luzhkov Bridge — the Lovers Bridge, where two lovers swear their troth with a lock. It is worth seeing all the amazing, colorful trees and it is worth experiencing this Muscovites habit with a pad lock with your names and anniversary date.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Dipping into the boutiques of the 19th century Gum Mall on Red Square, and browsing high-street and designer stores on Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street 1.5 km away. You can also pick up Russian gifts at the hotel gift shop, from Matryoshka dolls to Ushanka fur hats.


Bring your warmest clothes and boots for Moscow's bitterly cold winters, with temperatures averaging -11°C. Summers are hot, with highs of around 30°C. To drink your vodka as the Russians do, take it ice cold with a slice of pickled cucumber on the side.