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What We Love

  • Les Menus de Pierre Gagnaire, an elegant in-house restaurant with a three Michelin-starred chef
  • Atrium garden — an oasis in the lobby that’s also a pictorial representation of Russian history
  • 5,000-square-foot Mandara spa offers treatments from Switzerland, England, Japan, Bali and more
  • Social responsibility programs support children in Russian villages

What To Know

  • Smoking is allowed in some areas of the hotel — but nonsmoking rooms are readily available
  • Rooms in the back are quieter than those with city views
  • Book treatments early — the spa fills up fast

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Lavish sleep in the heart of Moscow, with a massive spa, atrium garden and restaurant helmed by a three-Michelin-starred chef

The Lowdown

The brand and the Zen contemporary décor are Korean; one of the celebrated restaurants (Megu) is Japanese-by-way-of-New-York, and the other is haute French cuisine; the cosmetics used in the spa’s facials are Swiss (Bellefontaine) and the overall vibe of this 300-room property is international-man-of-mystery. One of Moscow’s newest luxury hotels, the Lotte has quickly become a city fixture with its two celebrated restaurants (three when the Terrace is open in the summer) and the cozy Lounge bar. Work off the calories in the blue-tiled indoor pool, then relax in the Jacuzzi.

In the Area

You can walk to the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral and to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, which has Russia’s best collection of impressionist and post-impressionist works. And, given that the hotel is on the Garden Ring, the vast six-to-eighteen-lane highway that circles Moscow, it’s an easy cab ride to pretty much any place else. But the nearest attraction is pedestrian Arbat Street, a 15th-century promenade that is lined with cafés, shops, churches, and statues of Russian notables.

How to Get There

Lotte Hotel Moscow
8 Bld. 2, Novinskiy Boulevard
Moscow, 121099 Russian Federation

Reviews

Best place to stay in Moscow!
Antoine L

To celebrate our 5y marriage anniversary, my wife and I, we chose Lotte Hotel in Moscow.
We both were impressed by the extremely quiet and cosy atmosphere of our room, the beauty of the SPA, the quality and range of choice during the brunch-breakfast, and moreover, the warmth and kindness of the staff.
It was an amazing and very romantic experience!

Amazing hotel and great service!
375kseniial

Just checked out from Lotte! Amazing hotel in the heart of Moscow. Very thankful for Dmitry and his Front office staff, they made my stay amazed one. From the moment you enter the hotel you will be created with a smile and you will continue with nice room and colorful view. Breakfast and restaurants staff also good and polite. After visiting SPA you feel much better. The service which was provided by Lotte Moscow is very hight and recommend! Thank you Lotte for that weekend. Definitely coming back soon!

Russian bling
CA49

A lovely hotel with all the facilities you would expect. Main sites are within walking distance, but it is a good walk. Breakfast buffet was extensive & very good. Rooms were fantastic, comfy beds, luxurious bathroom. My only criticism is the cost of drinks & food in the lounge, extortionate. Eat elsewhere, there is plenty of choice near by & particularly if you take a taxi.