Metropol Hotel Moscow (Moscow)

Metropol Hotel Moscow (Moscow)
Metropol Hotel Moscow

country: Russia, city: Moscow (City: The Kremlin)

Metropol Hotel Moscow Metropol Hotel Moscow

This hotel is situated adjacent to Red Square on Theatre Square very close to the Russian museum. The Kremlin, GUM department store and Bolshoi Theatre are well within walking distance.

The hotel has 6 floors consisting of 365 guest rooms, including 76 suites. The rooms are luxuriously decorated in tasteful and traditional styles. The rooms have all up to date technology in a traditional setting. Rooms are in soft pastel pinks and mauves against tasteful printed wallpaper and dark woodwork.

The restaurant is extravagantly fitted out under a huge glass atrium. It is decorated with plush red velvet upholstery against light woodwork.

Property offers a pleasant and traditional product with a fantastic location.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Banquet facilities
Beauty salon
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Disabled facilities
Faxing facilities
Indoor swimming pool
Internet access
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Mini bar
Pay-per-view movies
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:
30 km to the nearest Airport (Moscow)
5 min walk to the nearest Metro Station (Teatralnaya)
5 km to the nearest Station (Belorusskaya)
5 min walk to the nearest Bus Stop
8 km to the nearest Fair Site (Expocentre)

1/4 Teatralny Proyezd
103012 Moscow

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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