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.
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 spoilt for choice
An impressive five star hotel with an indoor heated pool complete with glass roof
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 specialities 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.
When to visit
This hotel is perfect for those of us who struggle to travel light - even the lowest category room at the Four Seasons has a walk-in wardrobe!
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.
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.
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.