- Central House of Tourists Moscow (Moscow)
Central House of Tourists Moscow
country: Russia, city: Moscow (South City - Leninskiy Prospect)
Central House of Tourists Moscow
The Central House of Tourists is situated 9 kilometres from the city centre and close to sightseeing attractions like Paleontology Museum, Circus on Vernadsky Avenue and Moscow State University.
The property boasts comfortable rooms and suites that are pleasantly decorated and equipped with modern conveniences.
Guests can enjoy a variety of delicacies at the onsite restaurants and later relax with their favourite drink at the cocktail bar.
The hotel also offers conference facilities for people travelling on business. Furthermore, guests can play billiards, take a relaxing swim in the pool or unwind at the sauna during their free time.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Billiards
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
- 16 km to the airport (Vnukovo)
- 10 km to the train station (Kievsky)
146 Leninskiy Prospect
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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