Lotte Plaza Hotel
The Lotte is a luxurious and modern 5 star hotel, part of the prestigious Lotte International Hotels Group. A member of Leading Hotels of the World, it offers spacious and comfortable well-designed rooms in the heart of Moscow.
At a Glance
5 star luxury option in Arbat Street area
Oligarch's favorite featuring Moscow's largest hotel suites with spectacular views over the city
Fantastic French and Japanese restaurants as well as a prestigious and well known cocktail lounge
Large (1500 square meter) spa with nice indoor pool
Competitive rates especially for weekend stays
To start planning your vacation to Lotte Plaza Hotel
Lotte Hotel Moscow is ideally located on the New Arbat, the financial and shopping center of Moscow, about a mile away from Red Square and the Kremlin Palace. The hotel, which opened its doors in 2009, features 300 elegant and spacious guest rooms and two top-notch restaurants, as well as one of the best hotel spa and swimming pool complexes in the city.
From the moment you arrive at the front door and are greeted graciously by the bellman who carries carried your bags into the opulent foyer, you are hit by the elegance and beauty of the hotel. Attention to detail is evident from the grand chandeliers down to the plush soft towel robes. The hotel has a fantastic concierge service who can put you at ease with their simple maps and directions and assistance with translations to help you plan your day.
The public areas and lobby are very impressive, clad in black marble with huge chandeliers. There are a good range of rooms and suites available, from reasonably priced but spacious rooms and well-appointed deluxe rooms all the way through to the Presidential Suite, which is fit for an oligarch!
The spa, swimming pool and fitness suite retain the elegance of the hotel with their fabulous architecture creating inspiration. Lotte Plaza hotel is home to the signature restaurant Les Menus which has a classic french focus with a modern twist.
Superior Rooms feature comfortable king size beds, a generous living areas, top-of-the range technology and a luxurious marble bathroom. These are modern in style: the slightly larger Deluxe Rooms and have a study area and more classical style décor. Rooms in the 'Luxury' and 'Atrium' category are larger still, and overlook the hotel's internal winter garden.
There are suites of various types available, suitable for families or couples looking for extra space and luxury.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Lotte Plaza Hotel. However, there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
“Les Menus” is a French restaurant by 3-star Michelin Chef Pierre Gagnaire and “MEGU” introduces modern fusion Japanese cuisine. A premier experience is granted at six small and large banquet halls, the luxurious Mandara Spa, Club Lounge, and Atrium Garden.
The Mandara Spa is a 1,500 square meter oasis of peace and tranquillity combining the beauty and allure of Asian traditions with the sophistication of modern spa techniques to deliver the ultimate spa experience. Signature treatments from Mandara Spa include the brand new Oxygen Therapy Massage and Vitality River Bed. Award-winning facials and body treatments from luxury British spa and skincare brand, Elemis, are also available, in addition to deluxe spa packages.
Location & Directions
Lotte Plaza Hotel is ideally located on the New Arbat, the financial and shopping center of Moscow, and just a stone’s throw away from the Red Square, the Kremlin Palace, and the Bolshoi Theatre.
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.