Peter I Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
we happened upon this hotel by chance as we were not blue to get t he room type we wanted at another hotel. Well it was a fantastic surprise. Great, helpful staff, accommodating. Room was clean and large. Had everything we needed. And it has a hamam, sauna and swimming pool. All extra perks at no extra cost for guests. Really lived this hotel and would definately recommend it.
The hotel located in the center, and there are many resturants around.when we stayed the pool didnt worked.the hotel has amazing lounge with tasty meals. The room is big and comfortable with street view.
This hotel is well located, but everything else about it is mediocre or terrible. First of all the quality of the bed and the room are decent, but deserving of a 3 star hotel, not a 5 star one; the hotel is overpriced because of this. Second, the curtains don't even close entirely, so in the summer expect to be woken up at 5 am. by the sun. Third, and most importantly, the street the hotel is on is extremely noisy, with partying every night, and the windows in the rooms are so old that they don't block any of the noise. In 4 nights here, I never managed to sleep more than 5 hours.
Let's start with the bottom line - I would definitely recommend this hotel to a friend. Now to the details: the room is relatively spacious, the staff is friendly, the breakfast is excellent and the location is superb. The white grand piano with live music adds to the classy atmosphere. The only major complaint I have is the insufficient acoustical isolation. I could live with less knowledge of the active lifestyle of our neighbors next room. Also, get your expectations right regarding the pool. It is OK to chill after the Turkish Hamam, but don't expect to break your swimming record there. All in all, a great stay, and exceptional value for money.
Good hotel, in the heart of Moscow. 10' minutes walking from Red Square and Tverskaja. All our the hotel a lot of solution about restaurant. Price acceptable, considering the location. Absolutely fair, comparing with other hotels. The hotel is good even if is not shining as a new one. But everything is ok. It is clean and rooms are large. Breakfast is good. Restaurant is ok but very slow service. RECOMMENDED!!
First thing first: superb location, next to every point of interest in the central Moscow, from Petrovka and Petrovskiy Passage (ancient 'passage couvert', next door), historical Sanduny bathhouses (across the street), Central Universal Store (TZUM), Kuznetskiy Most, pedestrian Stoleshnikov pereulok with its high-end luxury shops, Lubyanka and KGB/FSB building (stay away lol), Theater Square, Metropol, a short distance to Kremlin, Tverskaya Street, along with the hub of best stores and restaurants. At the same time, Neglinka, or Neglinnaya Street, on which the hotel is located, is not Moscow's busiest or loudest street, thus some kind of calm (relative for the central Moscow, of course) is guaranteed. The service is very good, the check-in procedure and the waiting time perfect. Due to our earlier flight, we have contacted the hotel prior to leaving the US and were easily promised a check-in before the official check-in time (3 PM). The amount of elevators is adequate, no waiting time, even at the peak hours. Overall, the hotel is very quiet, lacking any unwanted boisterous activities or loud characters. The restaurant (restaurant Romanov) on the premises is very decent (please refer to our dedicated review on TripAdvisor). Our room (room 387) itself was spacious offering good views to the old building of the Bank of Russia. Overall the room is well appointed, the soundproof quality is good, the bed, pillows and bedding are comfortable providing for a good sleep quality. The free Wi-Fi is quite good, no issues whatsoever. With that being said there exist several problems that a modern traveler is not accustomed to. First and foremost: there are no electrical outlets by the dresser/night tables, none. So you have to get to the desk area to charge your devices. In our day and age of indispensable gadgets it means that you can't leave your smartphone charging and have it within your reach. Then, there are no USB ports in the entire room. The flat screen is of minuscule size. The bathtub is raised pretty high, unusually high. The bathroom lacks washclothes which raises an issue of what to wash oneself with. These issues are, however, compensated by the low prices, lower than any area's competitors. Recommended.
Mainly what I did prefer it was the breakfast - full of delicious thing to eat- salad and sweet both very nice. The rest is the location- but it's look pretty old as hotel - I do raccomando over all - price and location is an upgrade
Extremely enjoyed my 5 days stay at Peter 1 hotel Helpful staff,big rooms ,very extensive spread for breakfast Everything was good It's proximity to Kremlin and red square was an advantage Moscow circus was walking distance and the lady at concierge helped us book our tickets
Peter 1 hotel is located a 10 minute walk from The Bolshoi Theatre,Red Square,Cathedral of St Basil,The Kremlin and all the premier shops. The rooms are spacious and very well appointed,and we even got to use the exercise room which was adequate.The inhaouse bar and restaurant are a bonus. Helpful pleasant staff look after you very well
We were on our honeymoon last week and stayed there for 2 nights. It took us roughly an hour to reach the hotel from SVO airport. Uber charged us 770 Rubles, which i think was pretty decent for the distance from Airport to the city. Upon arrival they gave us a free early check-in and a bottle of champagne with fruit platter was kept in our room as a surprise since it was our honeymoon. Brilliant hospitality. The room was nice, well maintained and comfortable with heated bathroom floor. Free water was provided. Location wise, the hotel is close to the very famous Bolshoi Theatre (around 7-8 minutes walk) and another 5-7 minutes walk to the Red Square. Not to forget the area has plenty of restaurants, pubs and money exchange is also very close. Breakfast was good too with plenty of options. Also, the hotel does your registration for free which usually others hotel might charge you for. Last i would like to point out, Igor at the reception was very helpful throughout our stay. Thank you! Strongly recommend.
- Walking distance to Bolshoi Theatre
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Red Square is within a mile (2 km) of Peter I Hotel, and other popular sites like Kremlin Armoury Museum are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 133-room, 5-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 11 AM.
All 133 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, free weekday newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and 23-inch plasma TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport pillow menus. Safes and desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Peter I Hotel enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. You can take advantage of limited parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for RUB 3000-4200 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and a business center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 634 reviews