Top 5 most expensive hotels in Moscow
Recent news state: Moscow hotels are the most expensive in the world. Average bill per day – more than 9 000. And the maximum – more than half a million! Where and for what? Will now describe.
We present you the Top 5 most expensive hotels in the capital
Fifth place: the suites in the hotels Baltschug Kempinski Moscow and Krasnye Holmy.
Suite Princess hotel Baltschug Kempinski designed by her Royal Highness Princess of Kent, the wife of the cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. Suite with total area of 185 sq m completed in a luxurious light beige, green, ochre and cream tones:
Also on the fifth place – the presidential Suite at Swissotel (Swissotel) Red Hills. The luxurious presidential Suite PR has striking, contemporary style. Bedroom smoothly into the huge bathroom with a circular shower and Jacuzzi where you can admire the panorama of Moscow:
Fourth place: the presidential penthouse Suite in the hotel InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya.
Price per day – 354 000 rubles .
Penthouse with an area of 234 sq. m bears the name of the great ballerina Galina Ulanova. This is the most expensive room in the hotel. The presidential penthouse has a spacious terrace, which is flanked by the presidential Palace on both sides:
Third place: the presidential Suite at the Radisson Royal Moscow and presidential suites in the hotel Ararat Park Hyatt.
Price per day– 389 400 rubles.
The largest room of the hotel Radisson Royal Moscow (Raddisson Royale) (the former hotel Ukraine). In the presidential Suite with a total area of 370 sq. m. there is a white piano, classical furniture and accessories in the living room and two bedrooms, silk Wallpapers, textured textiles, authentic paintings by Russian artists of the past century:
Third place is also occupied by the presidential Suite in the hotel Ararat Park Hyatt (Ararat Park Hyatt). Presidential room with a total area of 227 sq. m with panoramic views of the Kremlin, Bolshoi theatre and State Duma decorated with crystal chandeliers, carved ornaments, contemporary works of art. The apartment features a bedroom, a living room with a dining table for 8 people, kitchen, office:
Second place: the presidential Suite in a five star hotel Ritz-Carlton.
Price per day is 507 400 rubles.
The Ritz-Carlton was built on the site of Intourist in the center of Moscow near the Kremlin. From the Windows of the Presidential Suite with an area of 237 sq. m overlooking the Kremlin, Red square, St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Interiors and furnishings made in the style of Russian classicism:
First place: Royal Suite at the hotel Lotte Hotel Moscow.
Price per night – 578 200 rubles.
Royal Suite covers an area of 490 sq. m. Investments in the project amounted to 5 million dollars. Royal Suite consists of a bedroom, bathroom with sauna, living room, meeting room, dining room, study, office and guest room. The feeling of luxury is created by the unique carpets of silk and wool handmade Italian furniture of the highest quality, designed especially for the hotel, fabrics from natural silk and fine Golden candlesticks: