St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
Known as the “Finest Address in Moscow,” this beautiful property is located in the heart of the city, with unparalleled views of the downtown, the Kremlin and Red Square. The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is a genuine artifact, interlacing a rich history with impeccable service and providing an innovative experience in the Russian capital. Located inside the Red Square, this hotel is only one hour away from the two stadiums in which the different teams will play, including the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony.
St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
Holiday Inn Moscow Tagansky is the perfect place for guests looking to enjoy the World Cup in 2018 at an affordable price. The hotel is located in the Tagansky District of Moscow and only a three-minute walk from the Proletarskaya metro station. This hotel property is home of Sanctuary, a fusion restaurant that has a variety of choices that include European, Russian, Chinese, Indian and Halal Cuisine. The Holiday Inn is only a 10 minute drive from the Red Square.
Perfectly located in the heart of Moscow, with breathtaking views and adjacent to Red Square, this is truly the most sought after experience for the World Cup. Immerse yourself in Russian hospitality with the Ritz’s unique touches, like the ancient bread and salt welcome ceremony, vodka tastings, and Sabrage, a unique Champagne service offered by the resident Sommelier.
What can we say that hasn’t already been said about the Ritz? It’s pure bliss from the spacious guest rooms and suites to the outstanding gourmet experiences at Café Russe and Novikov. We insist that you head to the rooftop to enjoy a bite (caviar anyone?) and some spectacular city views at O2 Lounge; you can thank us later. Simply put, there is no better 2018 World Cup hotel experience in Moscow.
Sheraton Palace Hotel
Located on the popular Tverskaya Yamskaya Street in central Moscow, the Sheraton is close to shopping and dining and provides easy access to Red Square. This modern hotel has everything you need for a great stay: a helpful staff, well-appointed guest rooms, and plenty of amenities. It’s a welcoming home away from home; guest rooms are a perfect blend of comfort and functionality complete with the famous Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience beds. There’s a 24-hour fitness center, a business center along with printing services, and complimentary wi-fi so there’s no need to be unplugged, unless of course, you want to be. And let’s not forget the food; Vladimir Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s a great place to enjoy some great International cuisine complemented by live piano music.
Marriott Courtyard Moscow City Center
Located in a quiet neighborhood just a short walk from Red Square, the Marriott Courtyard Moscow City Center offers a relaxing retreat from the World Cup action. The Marriott Courtyard provides modern accommodations in an area adorned with beautiful historic architecture. You’ll feel right at home in your spacious guest room, complete with plush bedding, flat-screen televisions and high-speed internet. The Marriott Courtyard offers plenty of extras too. Enjoy a bite to eat at one of two international restaurants, squeeze in a workout at the 24-hour fitness center, or indulge in a spa treatment at the full service Spa Oda. However you choose to spend your time in Moscow, the Marriott Courtyard Moscow City Center makes a wonderful base for your World Cup experience.
Four Seasons Lion Palace
As one of the premier hotels in the city, The Four Seasons Lion Palace will be one of the most coveted properties for the 2018 World Cup. Everything about this hotel is top notch: the delicious food, particularly at Percorso; the impeccable service from the thoughtful staff; the award-winning, four-level spa; and the palatial guest accommodations (it literally is a palace). Other highlights include the fitness center, where you can work out by chandelier light, and the indoor pool area which is bathed in sunlight from the glass roof above. In addition, the Four Seasons offers one of the best locations in the city, just steps from the Hermitage Museum, St. Issac’s Cathedral, and the Winter Palace. It really is the place to stay in St. Petersburg.
The Hermitage Hotel
When one of the top museums in the country (and the world, for that matter) opens its own hotel, you know it has to be good. The Hermitage Hotel does not disappoint. It’s classic grand luxury at its finest with lots of modern touches that go above and beyond. As expected, the guest rooms are gorgeous and the restaurants are wonderful but the highlight just may be the friendly staff who will go out of their way to make sure you feel right at home. The pool is definitely worth checking out too; it’s undoubtedly unlike anything you’ve seen before. Located just outside of the city center, the property offers a relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of this exciting city.
Corinthia Hotel St. Petersburg
Offering an ideal location on Nevsky Prospect (the main street in St. Petersburg), the Corinthia would make a great place to call home during your World Cup experience. You’ll be greeted with a welcome drink before you retreat to your well-equipped guest room. This grand property boasts two restaurants and the same number of lounges; on the weekend you can even enjoy some live jazz. The fitness center is great for a getting in a workout while on the road and the adjacent solarium is a great place to enjoy some sunshine and panoramic views of the city.