Hotel Baltschug Kempinski
based on 7 nights inc. flights
per person based on a 5 night stay including transfers
At a Glance
Historic hotel offering unique views over Red Square
Famous for Sunday brunch, accompanied by jazz and champagne, and lasting all day
Family friendly hotel with good connecting room and suite options
Newly renovated in 2011
Short walk to major sights around Red Square
Best time to Visit
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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 colourful 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.
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The Hotel Baltschug Kempinski is one of the most famous landmarks of central Moscow. Founded in the 1900s, it has undergone a tasteful and attractive renovation. Right across the river from Red Square, the location is ideal.
The elegant 5 star Baltschug Hotel is excellently located on the banks of the Moskva river, within walking distance of Red Square and all the major sights of central Moscow, as well as the designer stores of the 'GUM' shopping arcade.
With standards of service which befit a Kempinski Hotel, and as member of "Leading Hotels of the World", the Kempinski Baltschug Hotel is one of the best luxury hotels in the city, and has been frequented by a long list of dignitaries and celebrities since the fall of communism. Many of the rooms offer spectacular views across the river to the domes of St.Basil's Cathedral.
The rooms and suites at Hotel Baltschug Kempinski combine artistry with luxury modern amenities to provide you with comfort and style during your stay. There are three dining options at the hotel where you can enjoy some of Russian's finest delicacies and Mediterranean dishes. The bar serves a fine selection of Russian vodkas that you must try!
The hotel has 234 rooms and suites built around a daylight flooded atrium. The basic room is spacious and comfortable; even the smallest is only 35 square metres in size. The Deluxe room is similar but offers views towards the Kremlin.
The hotel offers a range of deluxe suites, from spacious Junior Suites to the Princess Suite, which boasts a large tastefully designed sitting room with views over Red Square.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Hotel Baltschug Kempinski. However, there are no specific child facilities available at the hotel. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
The Baltschug Grill and Cafe Kranzler have reopened following a major facelift in 2012. The fine dining option, Restaurant Baltschug, offers classical fine dining with the added excitement of the Russian table – lobster ravioli, prime beef fillet, Osietra caviar, Beef Stroganoff… There is a choice selection of more than 80-wines-by glass, live piano music, and every course is accentuated by magnificent views of the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral.
The Spa at Baltschug offers a range of health and beauty treatments. There is a modern gym and a 70 square metre indoor pool for guests.
Anne Bamber (Staff)
Kempinski Balschug offers good sized, extremely comfortable rooms and most have been recently renovated. Whilst the hotel is located further away from the main city centre sights just over the river, it does mean that from the river-facing rooms you get a wonderful uninterupted view of St Basil's Cathedral. My room was at the side of the hotel but I still had great views of the river and Kremlin.
James Ferguson (Staff)
The views from the Suites and Deluxe Rooms on the upper floors offer the best views in Moscow: definitely worth paying the supplement!
A guided visit of the Kremlin and the Armoury Chamber
The Kremlin is the fortified centre of Moscow, and the centre of Russian goverment under the Czars and, before that, the Soviets. Explore the Territory and Cathedrals as well as the famous Armoury Museum.
Bolshoi Theatre Ballet Evening Performance
Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre has been enthralling audiences since the 18th century, and now is your chance to enjoy an opera or ballet performance at the world-famous theatre. Sit back and appreciate the show amidst historic and ornate surroundings.
Cold War Bunker
The Cold War Museum is based in the former top-secret Soviet command post, N42, known more simply as GO-42. Thanks to "Perestroika", you now have the opportunity to visit one of the Soviet Union’s "underground command posts".
Moscow Full-Day City Tour
Step inside the Kremlin, head underground to secret Metro lines and take photos of St Basil’s colourful and iconic domes. You will also get the chance to appreciate Russian art in two of the city’s museums on this comprehensive tour of Russia’s capital.
Moscow Panoramic City Tour
Visit the highlights of Moscow with your expert guide, including the Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral before soaking up the views at Sparrow Hills.
Moscow to Suzdal via Vladimir
Explore the Golden Ring cities of Vladimir and Suzdal, home to a fine collection of historic architecture including the Cathedral of Saint Demetrius in Vladimir and the kremlin in Suzdal. Step back in time in Suzdal and enjoy quaint, picturesque Russia.
Museum of Cosmonautics
Head into space at the Museum of Cosmonautics and journey through Soviet and Russian space travel. Located in the striking monument to the Conquerors of Space, its rooms hold all sorts of space paraphernalia, including the Soviet moon rover, Lunokhod.
WW2 Bunker Tour
Head underground and discover the history of SCP Taganskiy’s covert military operations during the Cold War. Tour the tunnels and halls where thousands of staff worked around the clock to brief the country’s leaders on the threat of nuclear attack.
Location & directions
The Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow is located on the corner of Balchug Street and Sadovnicheskaya Street, overlooking Raushskaya Embankment in downtown Moscow.
How to get there
British Airways operates regular flights from London Heathrow to Domodedovo International Airport, a direct flight of 4-hours. The Hotel is a 60-minute drive from the Airport.
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