Hotel Savoy Moscow
What We Love
- 82-foot indoor pool tricked out with geysers and cascades
- Savoy restaurant is a rococo landmark—mirrors on the ceiling, fountain in the center, gold leaf everywhere
- Super-central location near major sights and three Metro stops
What To Know
- Sauna hours are limited to mornings (7-11 am) and evenings (7-11 pm)
- If arriving late, confirm your reservation — non-guaranteed holds are cancelled at 4 pm
- WiFi is free
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Staying in this neoclassical gem is like walking into a Russian novel — the 1913 building is a time capsule of pre-Bolshevik Russian splendor, with a fireplace in the Hermitage bar, gilded ceilings in the Savoy restaurant and marble fixtures in the 67 rooms. And a 2005 renovation means that the modern conveniences are just as impressive; the pool has countercurrent pressure to aid in your workout, the treadmills in the gym are new and buffet breakfast and WiFi are included in the room rate. More than a hotel, the Savoy continues to be part of the city’s history — locals order special occasion cakes from the restaurant, and stop into the bar for business meetings or a drink before the Bolshoi.
In the Area
Pull on your fur hat and stroll 500 meters to the Bolshoi for ballet or opera or to the Maly Theater for drama, or fast-forward through Russian history by visiting the Kremlin Museum. You’ve got modern Moscow at your feet, with the city center, major malls GUM and TSUM, and the Metro steps away. If you want to prolong the feeling of being an extra in Dr. Zhivago a little longer, the concierge can direct you towards ice skating and boating excursions.
How to Get There
We had a wonderful stay at The Savoy Moscow . It is well situated for all the city sights. The reception staff are extremely friendly and helpful . The rooms are beautiful and housekeeping is a high standard .
This is one of three historic hotels in Moscow. It is very centrally located on a quiet street. Our room was very adequate equipped with slippers and bathrobe and even a shoe polishing sponge!! Good laundry service. The room was not extravagant but very comfortable and spacious.
The staff was super friendly. They provided a breakfast buffet each morning and it was an excellent spread of lots of options of delicious food. The dining area is quite beautiful - reminiscent of an old Palace. We often had a pianist playing morning and then at dinner as well. We did have a couple dinners at night in the bar and that was very good as well. We just had light dinners and I am a vegan and it was no trouble for me to eat well. We highly recommend this hotel as it is also very close to all the major attractions.
Had a wonderful stay with my family (wife, 3, 8, 9) over the holidays. Some takeaways:
- incredible breakfast and dining room - make sure to include it!
- very helpful and attentive door staff - were very gracious and welcoming
- great rooms with double height ceiling
- nice pool area and sauna
Perhaps most importantly this hotel is Exactly where you want to be - surrounded by restaurants and shopping and at most a 5 to 7 minute walk to red square.
We stayed over the delightful Christmas holiday season and found it very reasonable - particularly as our family shared a business suite. Will hopefully visit again soon! Thank you!
Great location, friendly staff and very nice and clean room. Great location. The lobby is beautiful. Would definitely recommend this hotel! The receptionist arranged a taxi for us because we had to leave early. The lady at the swimmingpool was very friendly.
I spent 2 nights at the Hotel Savoy, a historic hotel in the heart of Moscow, close to the Bolshoi and to the Kremlin. Overall the hotel is well maintained with many period features and classical furniture. The Hermitage Bar is a positive as well as the friendly staff. My bed however was saggy and hard and breakfast was not even 3 star standard, not even close to the standard needed for a 5 star hotel. Overall OK, but not my style, with the bed being a major let down.....would neither recommend nor return...