Ritz Carlton Hotel Moscow
The Ritz Carlton Hotel sets the standard in Moscow for luxury and opulence, and is a stone's throw from Red Square. The Ritz is one of Moscow's most prestigious places to stay, offering impeccable service and stunning rooms and suites.
At a Glance
Unbeatable location opposite Red Square
Club level rooms offer access to a beautiful lounge with one of the city's best views
Dining options include Russian and Georgian specialties at Caviarterra, sushi in the rooftop O2 Lounge, and the finest Oriental dishes at Ginkgo
ESPA spa offering a full range of therapies based on European and Eastern techniques
Indoor swimming pool
For a truly luxurious experience, why not book a suite on the 'club level' and enjoy the comfortable an exclusive lounge where you can relax and enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks overlooking the Kremlin?Scott Dunn team
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Since its grand opening in July 2007, this Ritz Carlton Hotel has a reasonable claim to being the finest in the city.
Located on the famous Tverskaya Street, on the site of an extravagant Soviet hotel, the Ritz Carlton has inherited its excellent location and the higher floors have wonderful views across the city. The location is perfect for visiting the Kremlin, Red Square and other greatest attractions in Moscow. There are also some fabulous restaurants within walking distance.
The sumptuously decorated rooms and suites are traditionally styled, with polished wood and rich natural fabrics, but also equipped with state-of-the-art technical amenities. Even the entry level rooms at this palatial hotel are very large, and beautifully decorated in a classical style.
The rooftop bar affords one of the best views in Moscow, taking in the Kremlin, Red Square, and Christ the Saviour Cathedral. The spa is beautiful as is the swimming pool, sauna and hammam - providing the perfect atmosphere for you to relax in. The service at the hotel is wonderful, with staff ready to help you with any questions you may have and attending to your needs discreetly to give you an enjoyable and memorable stay.
Each of the 334 bedrooms are decorated with red cherry wood and the bathrooms are clad in Portuguese marble. The 'club level' offer guests additional amenities including private check in and use of the 'club lounge' on the top floor, where guests can enjoy complimentary meals and drinks all day overlooking the Kremlin.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the The Ritz Carlton Moscow. However, there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
The hotel has two restaurants on the ground floor, the cosy wood-clad Georgian and Italian 'Caviarterra' and the sumptuous pan Asian Gingko restaurant, supervised by renowned Japanese Chef Seiji Kusano.
One of Moscow’s Hot Spots, the O2 Lounge on the roof of the hotel, is the ideal venue for cool cocktails and finest sushi with breathtaking views over Red Square and the Kremlin.
The Petrus wine room has one of the finest collections of French wines in the capital, and at the bar a vodka sommelier is on hand to explain the finer points of Russia's national tipple.
The hotel boasts a 2000 square meters ESPA fitness center, including a state of the art gym, indoor swimming pool, and wellness center offering a range of health and beauty treatments.
Location & Directions
Ritz Carlton Hotel is located at the beginning of Tverskaya Street next to the Kremlin and Red Square in the heart of Moscow.
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.