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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


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


5.0 Excellent 1186 Reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is my second time in this hotel. First class. Rooms very comfortable and spacious. Everything you might put on a ‘must have’ list. Restaurant - Italian, is great and the breakfasts are superb. Staff seem to love working there and transmit the feeling. Very central and conveniently located.

Best hotel in the world
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is my favorite hotel in the world. I've stayed here twice and every time the service from check-in to concierge and the bell-boy have been outstanding. The breakfast is by far the best quality you can find in Moscow and probably in the world. The rooms are absolutely beautiful, furnished with taste and the bedding is absolutely perfect.

Amazing hotel & great stay
Reviewed 2 months ago

Lotte is an epic hotel. INCREDIBLE breakfast buffet. Best I’ve ever seen. The night-sky pool and jacuzzi were beautiful, plus a fresh and clean sauna. The bed was so comfortable. Service was amazing overall. Especially at the buffet.

Wonderful Hotel with Superb Service
Reviewed 2 months ago

We have been fortunate to have stayed in many five / six stars hotel around the world over the years. Our recent short stay at LOTTE Hotel Moscow has topped all others. From the minute we walked in, the gentleman who checked us in was friendly, knowledgable and helpful. We were on the 10th floor facing the city with a beautiful view. Room was spacious and extremely pleasing to the eyes. All the amenities in the room functioned well and everything was there as described. Breakfast was very good with plenty of choices. There are two fabulous restaurants in the hotel: Megu and Ovo. Both exceptional. The concierge service was excellent, helping us to make restaurant bookings and theatre enquiries. On the evening that we needed to go for dinner at a restaurant nearby, an extremely helpful gentleman even walked us out of the hotel to show us the way. During breakfast, the lady who looked after us the previous evening (dinner) remembered our name, came to say good morning and helped with our orders. It’s these special touches that distinguishes a truly great luxury hotel from a mediocre 5/6 star one. Highly recommended.

Superb hotel
Reviewed 2 months ago

I stayed in this hotel 15 days two years ago. This time again for 10 days. Service amazing. Breakfast is wonderful. Recommend warmly the Italian restaurant on 2nd floor. Try the 3 or 5 dishes surprise menu. Chef with creative cuisine and wonderful ideas. The swimming pool and spa is a plus as the ideal location as well. Very friendly staff. You get spoiled at the breakfast. Amazing buffet with even morning ice-cream of kefir and apples. Also asean breakfast. You get a nice chocolate in the evening and a special white soft carpet. For me one of the best hotels.