Whether for business or leisure, when you travel to Russia central Moscow is the place to be: staying in the heart of the capital city allows you to explore amazing landmarks such as the Kremlin, the Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral and, at the same time, take strolls along historical streets and visit museums, art galleries and theatres. Choosing a well-situated hotel in central Moscow and using the efficient Moscow subway system will ensure that you make the most of your stay in the Russian capital.
How to get from Domodedovo airport to the downtown
If you are flying to Moscow Domodedovo, the fastest means to commute between the airport and the city centre is the Aeroexpress train, which links the terminals and Moscow every 30 minutes. Also, a combination of bus and metro can take you to your accommodation in Russia in about 1 hour: take a bus to Domodedovskaya station first, and then transfer to line 2 of Moscow underground network.
Travelling from St. Petersburg to Moscow
Providing your flight lands in St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo airport, you can reach Moscow city centre in approximately 4 hours with the Sapsan high-speed train. It is operated by Russian Railways and connects Moskovsky station with the heart of Moscow.
Once in the capital, you are ready to enjoy everything it has to offer. Find below our recommended hotels in Moscow.
The National Hotel in Russia
This luxury hotel in the Russian capital is conveniently located only 200 metres from the Red Square and opposite the Kremlin, thus offering privileged views to the travellers staying here. Its 202 rooms and suites feature extralarge cosy beds, minifridge, private bathroom with bathrobe included and a TV set. Free WiFi and room service are equally available.
Guests are granted access to a diversity of facilities like a sauna, a gym, a beauty salon and an indoor pool. Every morning, a breakfast buffet is put at the guests’ disposal, and during the rest of the day, Russian and international dishes can be enjoyed at the onsite restaurant. Should you need to adapt meals to your specific dietary needs, just tell the hotel staff. Other extras include safety deposit boxes, laundry and ironing and meeting rooms which can be booked to hold business activities and events. Enter the dates of your trip to book your stay at the National Hotel in Moscow.
The Matreshka is a 3-star accommodation in central Moscow surrounded by metro stations, cafés and restaurants. A 10-minute stroll separates the hotel from the Kremlin, the Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral. Each room has private bathroom and TV, and guests may access free WiFi Internet. Aside from a restaurant that serves breakfast (which may be included in your nightly rate), brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, the establishment has a karaoke bar.
If you travel as a group and require rooms with greater capacity, choose a suite featuring living area and additional sofa beds, otherwise, standard and superior individual, double, twin or family rooms will suit your needs. Would you like to make a reservation? Check rates and availability for this affordable hotel in Moscow.
Courtyard by Marriot Hotel Moscow City Centre
As its name indicates, one of the main strengths of this establishment is its strategic location in the heart of Moscow, close to the city’s most sough- after attractions and with the quality guarantee of an internationally renowned hotel brand. What is more, some of the best cafés and markets in the city are within short walking distance.
Rooms have TV set, minibar, work desk and en suite bathroom with toiletries, and guests are entitled to spend time in the ample lobby, the American/Mexican onsite restaurant or use the business facilities for meetings and conferences. In order to get the best price, you may book a deluxe, superior or standard room in this Moscow hotel now.