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Courtyard by Marriott Moscow Paveletskaya Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Was staying in this hotel for several years when on business trips... very good location in the midst of business area and 5 mints walk to the metro station... The facilities are very good and comfortable. Gym is on the top floor with good view of Moscow streets... Breakfast is very good as well, self service coffee machine with take away cups was a good plus... Do recommend it for a stay in Moscow...

A number of us stayed here for a recent business trip,and had looked for a reasonably central hotel with good access to city and other sites. The immediate impression was of an efficient,well run hotel,with decent facilities,plus helpful staff with good language skills. The rooms were spacious,mostly quiet,and spotless during our stay. Good,reasonably fast wifi,but very limited TV channels. Breakfast was generous,with hot and cold foods,and over some hours,from 0630 during weekdays,which is clearly aimed at clients such as ourselves! Overall,I couldn't fault the hotel,and would be happy to recommend it to anyone looking for this level of accommodation and facilities.

The hotel is near the Paveletskaya metro station which was so important for me, and as metro has spread widely in Moscow, you can go everywhere by metro which is cheap and safe. There are everything you need near the hotel e.g. supermarket, money exchange, cell communication sale office to charge your Moscow SIM card and KFC fast food. Also there is an Uzbek restaurant near here which serves Halal food for Muslims. Our room was clean and somehow spacious with a good view to the main street, so we could watch the Moscow Birthday fireworks display. The beds were clean and comfortable. The room cleaners did their best job. Also there was an ice dispenser in public area of each floor and every day we were given 2 complimentary bottles of water. There isn't such variety in breakfast food items and every morning was the same. Sometimes in the restaurant when Samavar (Russian version of kettle) got empty, they didn't quickly fill it by boiling water. The restaurant in the morning was really cold (as cold as outside) because cold wind came in through windows seams, so we had to wear warm clothes!! The really weak point is the size of the lobby which is too small and there aren't enough seats there, So we had to stand to wait for our tour guide's arrival. Also when it is rainy and you don't have umbrella I recommend you to borrow it from receptionist early morning before having your breakfast because they don't have enough umbrellas! Overall, considering all factors, I was satisfied with Courtyard Moscow Paveletskaya.

Pros: - Location: (Walking) Paveletskaya Metro & Train Station (8mins), International House of Music (10mins), Novospassky Monastery (18mins) - Bathroom amenities: Soap bar, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, tissues, hair dryer (good quality), slippers, shoe shine cloth. - In-room Iron. - Free in-room WiFi. - Good restaurants and cafes within 1min walk, as well as the AeroExpress train platform direct to DME airport only 5mins walk away. - Mini convenience store located in the hotel foyer for snacks and emergency supplies. Cons: - Surprisingly for a 4-star hotel, there is no body lotion supplied in the bathroom. Bring your own. - There is a green light on the air-conditioning control panel that shines all through the night - bring something to cover it if you like to sleep in a dark room!

Just checked in this morning of February 9th , 2017 to join my partner who is also staying at the hotel. The young man from the front desk could not believe it. He kept asking me if I was going to 'Live' in the same room with my partner and kept showing a rather distasteful attitude towards me. Although I can understand the culture in this country, I cannot condone nor tolerate such homophobic behavior in an international hotel chain, I am totally flabbergasted, shame on MARRIOTT, I'm in total disbelieve that such things can happen at a Marriott hotel chain.

The hotel is an traditional business hotel. The room has everything a business traveler needs to have during business trips. The location of hotel is in walking distance from Paveletskaya railway station and it is a good point for stay if you fly from or arrive at Domodedovo airport (direct access from railway station to aeroexpress to Domodedovo airport). The hotel is located at the business park and do not have complimentary car parking slots. The lobby area is cozy and has only two desks for receptionists. There is small grocery store with limited options of food and drinks. The gym is located on the top floor and has a good view over Moscow. Breakfast was traditional for Courtyard hotels with two options (full breakfast for 1220 rubles and continental for 950 rubles). I recommend it hotel for business travelers who cares for value and close access to aeroexpress to Domodedovo airport. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

Beautiful hotel with great views, just beside metro station which is couple stops to the kremlin. Amazing choice of breakfast too. The twins beds are massive and very modern. We had a room on 11th floor so had a great view

Courtyards are pretty standard around the world but the restaurant in this Courtyard is bigger than most. Great location -- short walk from the train to/from DME. And there is a Starbucks (and a high end steakhouse that looked appealing, but I didn't eat there) right across the parking lot.

From hotel by walk about 3 min you can by trans to airport DME (domodedova) just 45min you will in airport, Lobby very mini, but beautiful , every floor have security, Mini market store next reception, Non smoking room,

This hotel is located about 200 m from the main entrance to Paveletskaya train and Metro stations (very convenient if you are taking the airport train to Domodedovo or are happy to hop on the metro to Beloruskaya and swap for the aeroexpress to Sheremetyevo. The rooms are large, have wardrobe space, hair dryer, ironing board, iron, kettle, tea and coffee. There is also a fridge (though empty until you put something in it yourself :-( ). Internet works well in the rooms. Bathroom is large for Moscow (no bath though in the business rooms I have booked in the past) with great shower, shampoo/bathgel/conditioner provided. A complimentary bottle of water is provided every day. I don't know if I get special treatment, but when I check in just after midnight there is always an apple and an orange juice waiting for me. Breakfast is good - with a nice selection of traditional western and great Russian options (hooray for the mornings with blinis and for the Altai cheese and the salted herrings). It can get a little crowded in the breakfast room at times as the hotel is popular with tour groups in summer, but as breakfast is already on offer from 0630 it is possible to avoid them). The restaurant is reasonably priced if you do not want to venture out after work (though there are many dining ranges nearby, and even a supermarket if you just want to self cater...if you are craving cherry cake then there is a bakery just outside for you). Staff have always been friendly (and multilingual) - and happy to help with sorting tickets for ballet/circus at the last minute or help with directions for various metro stops you might want to get out at if you want to ramble in the evenings. There is also a small gym so you can run on the treadmill looking out over Moscow (or you can just go up there to take a photo of the view of the city).

Kozhevnicheskaya Street 8, Building 3 Moscow

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81% of guests recommend this hotel

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