Hotel Moscow4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Joined a big forum with hundreds of people. Everything included negotiations, eating and staying overnight was arranged in this hotel. Even if there were a lot of people around, the crowd started first when hundreds of Chinese tourists came into the same hotel. No problems with that, but of course elevators were occupied all the time during rush hours. Felt quite safe in the hotel though. The hotel is not looking very special from the street side, but when inside from place to place the window view is nice over the river close by. The breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the big buffet restaurants and I think it tasted good. You probably can join my expectations that it cannot be kind of gourmet food, so for a huge number of guests it was very tasty. I didn’t like the bar downstairs and the “eight floor bar” was quite ruff as well. With nice people around you make the feeling, so we had a very good time over there anyhow. The lobby bar is small and quite expensive, but I liked the place with the overview of incoming and leaving people. Had a nice stay in this hotel.
The worst hotel that I seen around the world. Our room is very cold and nobody respond to us. The room is empty , no tissue, no trash, no table, no pen, no .... .If you love your family don't think about this hotel. This hotel is like a guesthouse .
The hotel is huge, impersonal and full of big tour groups. We stayed for four nights as part of a small group tour. The room itself we had on the 8th floor was ok, large and quite comfortable. Our room was quiet, apart from a bit of noise from rain dripping onto nearby metal roofing. Wi-Fi worked well most of the time, but connecting was a pain involving visiting reception three times over four days. The hotel only has three lifts, which got very busy at peak times. Breakfast was in the biggest restaurant I've every seen. Not a pleasant experience with lots of people of many nationalities competing for tables, drinks and food. The food itself was bad. A small selection of hot food, cereal, bread, soggy cakes, tinned fruit (no fresh). After two days several people in my group went to the nearby McDonalds instead.
this hotel very bad for 4 stars and have a lot of people and internet WIFI is very bad and i can't use in room and staff very bad i use computer for hotel just one minute get money and staff can't speaking English I hate this hotel
The hotel is enormous and is on the edge of the city on top of the Metro so very convenient. The rooms were quite spacious and as was the bathroom. The place is a bit of a group machine, in one door and out of the other. Breakfast was held in an enormous area and the food was not very good. It could do with more lifts as it was a bit of a scrum to get in and out. A tad impersonal. There are one or two nice reasonable restaurants nearby and a supermarket next door.
It was in a very good location in terms of having a lot of goodies in the vicinity but I encountered the worst toilet paper in the bathroom, no napkins in the room. It lacked the bathroom slipper and shampoo. In some rooms the hairdryer was not working. So bring your own toothpaste, toothbrush, hairdryer and slippers. Do not trust the safety box in the room because it shows the code once you make an attempt to change it! The reception will accept your valuables to be put in a safe box but in exchange of 200 rubles per day. The variety for breakfast is very good and the service people at the tables at the time of breakfast are professional and polite. The wifi is good as long as you get an individual code for each device you want to have connection on it from reception.
Hotel Moscow is situated at the east end of the avenue called Nevsky prospect. This is a long straight avenue leading right to the old historic centre of the city. It is quite a long walk, though, about 3 kms. But there is a very fast underground and the station is right beside the hotel. The hotel is a very large building, the vast lobby is quite overwhelming. Unfortunately, the rooms are not. Our room was small, we could hardly find a spot for our luggage, the mini-bar was empty, there were only a couple of faint light. The bathroom was also very small and dark. We were quite disappointed with the choice of food at dinner. We have seen better in most of the three-star hotels. Better sorts of meat were gone an houre before the end of the self-service dinner, the choice of desserts was also poor. Frankly, there were quite a lot of salads and a coffee machine. The breakfast was a bit better as regards the choice, but the eggs were inedible, the pastry was not fresh and there was no ordinary bread, just toast. In case you stay at this hotel, look around the building. Next door you will find a self-service supermarket which is open 24/7 and two restaurants, so you don't have to be hungry.
The hotel is huge, but clean. We stayed for a total of 5 nights over the course of a week, in two different rooms. The hotel caters large tourist groups, and when they arrive, or when they all leave at the same time in the morning, the wait for the elevator could be 30 minutes. I did see bellhops with carts, and never saw them use the elevators, so perhaps they would be helpful in moving the luggage to/from the room. Our first room had a tub, with one annoyingly clingy shower curtain. It was very high and my mother needed help getting out. Our second room (we left two a couple days and then came back) had a shower stall which was small, but easier to manage. The second room was at least a five minute walk to the elevators. Both rooms were very clean, had a refrigerator, room safe, and a wide screen tv with international channels. The bathrooms included soap and shampoo, but no hair dryer. The air worked well but it was nice to also be able to open the window. Breakfast and Dinner were included with our room. It was served buffet style in a room that seats several hundred people. The food was nothing special and was the same each night. Coffee (not decaf) , tea, water, and juice were included, and alcohol and soft drinks could be purchased in the room. There was entertainment (the same every evening). On the second floor there is a small post office which sells postcards. The Internet was free, and slow: you have to go to the front desk to get a code so it is recommended to do on check in otherwise you may have a long wait and walk to get it later. There is a mall next to the hotel which has a supermarket in the basement - this was nice for purchasing beverages which we kept in the refrigerator. The mall also has an Italian restaurant with good pizza. Only on the last day did I walk in the opposite direction of the mall, and discovered two other restaurants on the side of the hotel (there was also one, with a large menu) on in the hotel. A church complex across the street, the cemetery has a Necropolis of the Arts,and includes the graves of Tchaikovsky and Dostoyevsky among others. The metro station is next to the hotel and mall. It was easy to use and the signs were also in English. An Uber from downtown costs about 250 rubles.
The room is average size and you can assume it asca clean hotel but there aren't any shampoo or tissue or even water in this hotel... All of your basic needs are available with extra charge and this strategy is not duitable for a four stars hotel in the nice city.
hotel have good location and some rooms have good view but we have very small room we cant put our bagage beside bed rooms dont have water and thoosbrus and basicly neede.breakfast was poor and placed in noisy saloon i never come back to this hotel ever
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
Hotel Moscow places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like State Russian Museum and Kazan Cathedral. This 843-room, 4-star hotel has 2 restaurants along with conveniences like a full-service spa and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in St. Petersburg, it's also close to Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood and Summer Garden.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Moscow, which specializes in Modern European cuisine. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Hotel Moscow's 843 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, free local calls, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include desks.
Guests of Hotel Moscow enjoy features like a full-service spa, free WiFi in public areas, and 2 meeting rooms. Self parking is available for RUB 600 per night. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include conference space, laundry facilities, and a gift shop.
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49% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 934 reviews