Panoramic views of Red Square from the rooftop 02 lounge
Nouveau Russian fare in the understated (for Moscow) elegance of Cafe Russe
Ayurvedic-influenced treatments and illuminated indoor pool at the soothing ESPA
What To Know
Club-level rooms cost more but include access to breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner—and stellar Kremlin views
Rooms on the inner courtyard are quieter but lack views of Red Square
Children under 16 aren’t allowed to use the spa
Parking on site
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Spa, sushi and spacious, five-star rooms on the edge of Red Square
If you like superlatives, this is the place—its 334 rooms and suites are arguably the largest in Moscow, at what might be the closest proximity to Red Square (less than 500 feet away). Add to that contenders for the city’s best sushi (prepared by chef Seiji Kusano at the 02 Lounge) and the largest Russian collection of Macallan Single Malt, on offer in the Lobby Lounge (where you can also get traditional afternoon tea) and, just maybe, the best views of Moscow’s spires and steeples from the rooftop bar and the top floors in this 11-story tower. The rooms spoil with dark cherry, burl wood and marble imported from Portugal and the Altai mountains.
The preferred airport for The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is Moscow (SVO-Sheremetyevo) - 26.4 km / 16.4 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property’s location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.