A historic Russian landmark and a “city within the city”, there’s no other place like the Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow, with its five-star service, high-tech comfort and palatial style.
There are some amazing hotels around the world, but how many offer guests the chance to experience something truly unique – the chance to step back in time and explore a destination’s history without setting foot outside the front door?
Guests staying at the Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow don’t simply visit the Russian capital, they immerse themselves in the city’s past – courtesy of a building that has long stood tall on the banks of the Moskva as one of the country’s most iconic cultural landmarks.
One of the legendary Seven Sisters (a collection of distinctive skyscrapers built across Moscow under the leadership of Stalin), the Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow is an instantly recognizable part of the city’s skyline and a calling card for the capital.
As if that wasn’t enough, the hotel is also renowned for its five-star service and magnificent interiors. Its facilities are unparalleled, with a vast collection of artworks and antiquities on display – providing guests with a hotel that practically doubles as an art gallery and museum.
There really is nothing else like it in the world. History on the banks of the Moskva The Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow first opened on 28 May 1957 as Hotel Ukraina – the name that many in Russia still know the hotel as.
Designed in a neoclassical style, the hotel is one of only seven skyscrapers commissioned by Stalin in Moscow. After half a century in service, the hotel went through a complete modernization process – a careful renovation that took three years to complete.
The results were spectacular as the hotel reopened under the name Radisson Royal, Moscow.
Combining the best features of two eras: the grand imperial style and the modern comfort of a world-class five-star hotel. The property took its most recent step forward earlier this year, joining Radisson Collection.
The best way to experience Russia’s capital Today, the hotel offers guests an unrivalled experience during their visit to Moscow.
Alongside its iconic exterior, the building’s palatial interiors are designed to provide the WOW Effect from the moment people walk through the doors. Grandeur and opulence reign inside the hotel, from its beautifully appointed rooms, suites, and serviced apartments to impressive amenities such as the 19 elegant restaurants, innovative sports and wellness facilities, and a panoramic bar on the 31st floor.
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow also boasts a remarkable location in central Moscow – providing guests with magnificent views of buildings like the House of the Government of the Russian Federation.
The hotel’s location is ideal for accessing some of Moscow’s top attractions, including the Kremlin and Red Square. The city within a city Even if guests choose not to leave the hotel during their stay, they can still enjoy a huge variety of activities due to the hotel’s ‘city-in-the-city’ concept.
• The Royal Wellness Club – with a 50m swimming pool, a gym with the latest Technogym ARTIS® equipment, beauty salons and spa.
• 19 restaurants and bars across the hotel and the Congress Park complex.
• 26 boutiques of famous premium brands, including Rolls Royce.
The hotel also offers some of the best conference and events facilities in Moscow:
• A multi-functional Congress Park offering unprecedented standards for the capital. As well as a total area of 2,300sqm (easily adaptable to the needs of organizers), it features: modern design, high-end professional equipment, four levels of underground parking, five-star service and experienced banquet and technical services.
• A Conference Center, Banquet and Column Halls Meeting rooms with multi-functional equipment As if these facilities weren’t enough, the hotel also has its own Radisson Royal Flotilla: • 10 snow-white yachts for year-round navigation, with on-board restaurant service.
• 10 river telescopic trams for tourist trips along the Moscow River.
Hotel, art gallery or both? For many, the true calling card of the Radisson Collection Hotel, is the famous collection artworks, antiquities and rare items that decorate the hotels rooms and public spaces.
More than 1,200 original paintings by Russian artists and 57 sculptures from the Soviet period adorn the walls and walkways of the hotel – allowing guests to indulge in a unique cultural journey as part of their stay. There’s also a picturesque ceiling fresco known as ‘Labor and Harvest Day in the Hospitable Ukraine’ in the central hall, and the renowned Moscow Diorama.
It’s no wonder that the Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow has been honored with numerous World Travel awards and annual Certificates of Excellence. The hotel is the first choice of many prestigious guests – from world leaders to movie stars and even top-class footballers.