The Ritz-Carlton Moscow is widely considered to be the city’s finest luxury hotel, rising out of Moscow’s cultural and business epicenter as an homage to Moscow’s dazzling tsarist past and 19th century Classicism. Within its doors is a top-to-bottom celebration of Russian culture, from the elegant sophistication of the guest quarters and new-age cool of the O2 Lounge rooftop terrace to the unprecedented views of the iconic St. Basil’s Cathedral next door.
All of the elements of The Ritz-Carlton Moscow evoke a distinct early 20th century decadence. Inlaid marble floors, brooding gold-topped black columns, and grand chandeliers ornament the lobby, while the 334 guestrooms come finished with Frette linens and bathrooms of marble sourced from Portugal and the Altai mountains. Despite their Imperialist style and gilded appearance, all of the rooms and suites were designed for complete tranquility, a trait defined by goose down comforters, plush bathrobes, luxury Asprey bath amenities, and Bath Butler menus. While the rooms at The Ritz-Carlton Moscow boast their own dynamic city vistas adjacent to the Red Square, the suites benefit from some of the finest panoramic views in town, facing almost directly into the Kremlin. Between the rich décor of the Executive Studio Suite, the one-bedroom Carlton Suite, and the dining room and grand piano found within the signature Ritz-Carlton Suite, guests are spoiled for options.
The indulgent atmosphere of The Ritz-Carlton Moscow extends far beyond its lobby and guest rooms, although even those boast their own Russian-infused afternoon teas and lavish room service. It is also undeniably felt in the glamorous interiors and authentic Russian cuisine of Café Russe, the celebrity chef-helmed Novikov Restaurant & Bar, and, above all, at the award-winning O2 Lounge, a rooftop hotspot serving up Moscow’s finest sushi, caviar, and views over the Red Square. Then there is the 21,500-square-foot ESPA spa, one of the biggest spas in the country, which takes over the entire third floor with its 14 treatment rooms, heated spa pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, and steam rooms. With features that include an ice fountain and a lifestyle shower, this contemporary urban retreat is a haven fit for royalty.
From its perch on Tverskaya Street adjacent to the Red Square and the famed Kremlin, the Ritz-Carlton Moscow is the perfect gateway to Moscow’s abundant architectural and cultural wonders. It is literally surrounded by legend and history, with some of the city’s most well known landmarks within less than a five minutes’ walk from its doors. Between its ornate luxury and prime location, the Ritz-Carlton Moscow remains an ideal option for first-time visitors to and adamant adorers of Moscow’s enduring allure.Request Information