Four Seasons Hotel Moscow
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is an elegant and superlatively located residence from which to explore all that the city has to offer. Views from its 180 five-star rooms and suites are superb, your stay complemented by signature restaurants and a spa.
At a Glance
Located just moments from and boasting spectacular views of Red Square, St.Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin and the State Duma
A homage to the legendary Hotel Moskva which opened in 1935, Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is a blend of history and modern style
With 180 rooms and suites in 10 categories, you are spoiled for choice
An impressive five star hotel with an indoor heated pool complete with glass roof
Indulge in Italian delicacies and regional specialties in Quadrum, one of the hotel's three restaurants
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Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is a contemporary version of Hotel Moskva, a celebrated establishment that opened in 1935. Its historical connection is not forgotten but Four Seasons have brought a new five star standard to Moscow, offering a refined and modern scene from which to venture into this fascinating and historically rich city.
With 180 opulent rooms and suites to choose from and two signature restaurants there is something to cater for all tastes and specifications and the attentive staff who work to the wonderful international Four Season's standard will work hard to make your stay effortless. A rare concept in Moscow, the Quadrum restaurant serves both regional specialties and fine Italian cuisine. Both the manager and head chef are Italian, making for more authentic dining.
In addition, the Bystro Restaurant and Amnis Cafe are available to cater for guests and the Moskovsky Bar is a sophisticated setting that can seat 88. For a more low-key affair you could take afternoon tea in the Silk Lounge.
The high ceilings and spacious rooms of the Hotel and unparalleled views are a wonderful backdrop for its stylish yet comfortable furnishings and top of the range amenities and technology. Positioned in the very heart of Moscow's historic district, you will be within easy reach of many must-see locations including the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral which are right on your doorstep.
Each room at Four Seasons Hotel Moscow has down pillows, down duvets, thick terry bathrobes, hypoallergenic bedding on request, hair dryer, lighted make-up-mirror, internet access (wired or wireless), cable television and iHome docking station for iPads and iPhones. There is the option of a DVD player on request and a mini fridge. All rooms also have in-room movies, plasma/LCD TV, safe, phone, refrigerated private bar, tea/coffee maker, twice-daily housekeeping, evening turndown and a complimentary newspaper.
Deluxe Rooms offer a king or two double beds. They range in size from 40 to 59 square meters (430 to 635 square feet). Their location on floors six to ten boast views over the hotel's inner open-air courtyard.
A crib is available, this room sleeps a maximum of two adults and one child.
The well-appointed marble bathroom features a deep soaking tub, separate shower, water closet, two vanities, telephone, changing area and television.
There is of course also a flat-screen television in the bedroom.
Spacious Premier Rooms feature a king size bed or two double beds and range in size from 40 to 59 sq m and can sleep two adults or two adults and one child as a crib is available.
These rooms are located on the 4th to 10th floors and boast views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square.
The luxurious marble bathroom offers a deep soaking tub, separate shower, changing area, water closet, two vanities, telephone and television. There is of course a flat-screen television in the bedroom.
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These rooms are located on floors four to ten offer views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square.
The size of this room category ranges from 64 to 72 sq m and offer one king size or two double beds. There is also a rollaway bed and a crib. The maximum occupancy is three adults or two adults and two children.
The well-appointed, luxurious marble bathroom features a deep soaking tub, separate shower, water closet, two vanities, telephone, changing area and television. There is of course also a flat-screen television in the bedroom.
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The Four Seasons Suites are located from floors 4 to 6 and boast views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square. They are between 79 and 85m sq and can sleep up to three adults or two adults and two children in one king bed or two double beds with access to a rollaway bed and a crib. The suites are spacious and have separate living and sleeping area, powder room and full marble bathroom. There are also two flat-screen televisions, one of which is in the bathroom.
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These suites are located on the 4th and 6th floors with views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square. They offer a separate living area and a bedroom with one king size bed or two double beds and also have a rollaway bed and a crib. These suites are a spacious 81 to 97 meters square. There is a full marble bathroom as well as a powder room.
The Deluxe Suite are located on the 4th and 10th floors of the hotel and boast views of the Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square. They feature a king size bed and are between 98 to 119 sq meters. Two rollaway beds or two cribs are available. This comfortable suite has a full marble bathroom, guest powder room, separate living area, dining area that seats four. The space in the suite can also be reconfigured into a two-bedroom suite.
Premier Suites are generously sized (166-198 sq m) and an be configured as two or three bedroom suites with the addition of a connection room.
There is one king size bed and two rollaway beds or two cribs available, a dining area that seats four people, a marble bathroom, guest powder room and a pantry.
These suites are located on floors four to 10 and haves views over Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square. There are televisions in both the bathroom and living area of the suite.
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Grand Premier Suites are between 158 and 214 square meters and feature one king bed, two rollaway beds or two cribs, a dining area which seats eight people, a pantry and a full marble bathroom and guest powder room.
These suites are located on the 5th and 10th floors and have views of Red Square, the Kremlin, bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, St. Basil's Cathedral, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square.
There are flat screen televisions located in both the bathroom and living area.
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The Minin Presidential Suite (468 sq m) offers a spacious living room, an elegant dining area for 10 people, study, three marble bathrooms with a sauna, guest powder room and a furnished terrace with magnificent views of Moscow's historical skyline.
There are two king beds and two double beds in the suite and due to its situation on the 7th floor, there are views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square.
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This luxurious private apartment occupies 520 sq m on the seventh floor of the hotel and boasts three-bedrooms, a spacious private and furnished terrace, living room and formal dining room that can seat 10 people. There are two king beds and two double beds accompanied by three marble bathrooms and a guest powder room.
In addition there is a built in infrared sauna, bar, sofa bed and flat screen television.
From this suite views of Red Square, the Kremlin, Alexandrovsky Gardens and Manzehnya Square.
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow provides younger guests with complimentary toiletries, children's menu, child-size bathrobes and other complimentary amenities. With 24-hours' notice the hotel can arrange reliable babysitting with an hourly fee. There is also complimentary selection of DVDs, board games, books and a gaming console available. Concierge are also on hand to arrange suitable activities for your family's ages and interests.
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow has a great range of facilities including a Fitness Center with a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, instructors and an indoor temperature-controlled pool.
There are three restaurants in the hotel; Quadrum, Bystro and Amnis Cafe. They offer Italian and Russian-Nordic cuisine and snacks and refreshments respectively. The Moskovsky Bar offer champagne and signature cocktails to live entertainment, whereas the Silk Lounge is ideal for afternoon tea and patisseries. There is also the option for in-room dining.
The Amnis Spa is adjoining the glass-roofed pool and houses a total of 14 treatment rooms and 3 couples' Spa Suites.
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is located in the historical center of the city overlooking the main square, Red Square, beside the Kremlin. Also on the doorstep of the hotel is St. Basil's Cathedral, Alexandrovsky Garden, GUM Department Store, The Bolshoi Theatre, Lenin's Mausoleum and many museums.
There are also many seasonal highlights of a visit to Moscow, so that no matter what time of year you are staying, there is always something going on.
Location & Directions
Located on Okhotny Ryad Street in the very heart of the city, within immediate vicinity to the Bolshoi Theatre and only few minutes walk from the Kremlin, Red Square and Saint Basil’s Cathedral.
When to go
The main tourist season is between June and August, when the weather is the warmest. Standout seasons to visit Moscow are late spring (May or June) and early autumn (September or October), when the city’s parks are filled with flowering trees or colorful leaves.
The deepest, darkest part of winter is undeniably cold but if you are prepared it can be an adventure. Furs and vodka keep people warm and snow-covered landscapes are picturesque. A solid snowpack covers the ground from November to March. The city gets fired up to ring in the New Year, when Muscovites emerge from their warm homes into the winter night for free concerts and fireworks.