The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

Tverskaya Street 3  Moscow 125009  Russia

Travel by the overnight train from St. Petersburg into Moscow and you’ll spend a journey with suited Russians chatting over vodka and sausages. The 45 minute drive from Sheremetyevo International Airport, meanwhile, takes you into the heart of the city through tightly packed suburbs and business districts.

Moody and mysterious, The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is a dramatic setting for your Russian travels. Close to the Red Square and Kremlin, it’s a central hotel for a culturally engaged crowd.

Straddling two continents and shifting from a communist past, Moscow is where cultures overlap and conversations about politics are always heated.

The Red Square forms Moscow’s cultural, social, and political center and The Ritz-Carlton’s proximity makes it an easy location for explorations. Visit the Kremlin citadel to understand the Soviet legacy, or Novodevichy Convent to see the gold domes of Moscow’s famous cloister.

Any city with a chandelier-adorned metro is one of great opulence, and the Ritz Carlton fits right in with Moscow’s over-the-top aesthetics. Gothic iron staircases and black pillars give the hotel a brooding feel, whereas cozy lounge areas in Russian imperial style provide secluded comfort.

Room&Suites : 334   Setting: City   Style: Classic, Opulent