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The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Moscow found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was ₹ 3,560, while the most expensive was ₹ 14,875.
How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Moscow for 3 days.
Moscow is a vast city. If you would like to be within walking distance of key attractions, look for hotels near Red Square and the Kremlin, such as the Assambleya Nikitskaya Hotel.
For cheap accommodation in Moscow, consider the Partizanskaya area, which features a good choice of budget hotels near a metro station, including Vega Hotel & Convention Center.
There are many 5-star luxury hotels in the cultural heart of Moscow. The Four Seasons Hotel Moscow and The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya are two excellent examples.
Stylish boutique hotels are also in abundance in the city centre. Hotels such as the Golden Apple Boutique Hotel and Assambleya Nikitskaya Hotel put you near Red Square and The Kremlin.
Arbat Street forms the heart of Moscow’s Arbat District, the oldest part of the city, and is home to myriad affordable accommodation, such as Karlov Most Hostel.
A great area for nightlife is Kitay-Gorod, where an array of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs join a wide selection of hotels to suit all budgets, such as the cheap Good Mood Hostel or boutique Golden Apple Boutique Hotel.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Moscow
There are three major international airports serving Moscow: Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow Domodedovo Airport, and Vnukovo International Airport. Several hotels are located within the vicinity of each airport. Good choices include Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, Ramada Moscow Domodedovo, and Vnukovo Green Palace Hotel.
A number of luxury hotels in the city centre boast spectacular views. Two excellent choices are the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow and the Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow, which both offer breathtaking vistas of the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral from guest rooms and restaurants.
The sophisticated and excellently-rated Villa Kadashi Boutique Hotel situated in the Yakimanka district, across the river from Red Square, offers an excellent continental breakfast with fresh pastries and juice to complement hearty egg and sausage dishes. Meanwhile, Warsaw Hotel, situated a 10-minute walk from Gorky Park, offers a free breakfast buffet.
Travellers departing for St. Petersburg will be voyaging out of Leningradsky Station in northeast Moscow. The city’s oldest railway terminal, the station is surrounded by a wide selection of accommodation. Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya is a top-rated option with a swimming pool, sauna, and fitness room.
Moscow’s Arbat District or Old Arbat features a network of historic streets that are lined with shops selling local souvenirs and handicrafts. There are many hotels in this area, such as the 4-star Mercure Arbat Moscow, and the city centre is only a short metro ride away. Alternatively, GUM is an iconic shopping arcade situated directly on Red Square.
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Moscow. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.
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