Gold five: the most expensive hotels of the capital
Luxury has always attracted.
Luxury has always attracted. We look into the shop Windows of the boutiques, other people’s Porshe in straziki and dream to spend a night in luxury hotels. The journalist Katia specially for our magazine learned about the most expensive rooms in hotels of Moscow. Nice to live not forbid!
Fifth place: the suites in the hotels Baltschug Kempinski Moscow and Krasnye Holmy.
Price per day – 295 000 rubles.
The number of kluis in this hotel designed by the Princess of Kent. The total area is 185 sq m, it is made in a luxurious and expensive light beige, green, ochre and cream tones.
Together with the hotel’s fifth place was shared Suite in Swissotel (Swissotel) Red Hills. Modern style presidential suites delight visitors.
Here is an opportunity to admire the city views from the Jacuzzi, located in a huge bathtub, which smoothly passes into a third bedroom.
Fourth place: the presidential penthouse Suite in the hotel InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya.
Price per day – 354 000 rubles.
The most expensive room in the hotel is named after the famous ballerina Galina Ulanova. This apartment with a spacious terrace, which borders presidentschallenge 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). Total Suite size is 370 sq. m. it is a white Grand piano, furniture, made in classic style, and matching accessories. Also, for more of chic and luxury here are decorated with original paintings by Russian artists of the last century , silk Wallpapers, textured textiles.
Together with this chic place third place divides the presidential Suite of the hotel Ararat Park Hyatt (Ararat Park Hyatt) area, which equals 227 sq. m and panoramic view goes directly to the Kremlin, Bolshoi theatre and State Duma.
It offers cosy apartments with a crystal chandelier, carved ornaments and modern art. The room has 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.
This hotel is located next to the Kremlin, so the Windows offer wonderful views of the Kremlin, Red square, St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. The apartment is decorated in the style of Russian classicism.
First place: Royal Suite at the hotel Lotte Hotel Moscow.
Price per night – 578 200 rubles.
The Royal Suite consists of a bedroom, bathroom with sauna, living room, meeting room, dining room, study, office and guest room, the feeling that you find in a huge apartment. Unique high quality rugs and gold decor items such as candle holder creates a feeling of luxury.