Radisson Hotel Group has this month opened the five-star Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow. The rebrand of the former Hotel Ukraina is now complete and the hotel has become the latest addition to the group’s collection of premium lifestyle properties.
“As one of Moscow’s legendary landmarks, with outstanding architecture and world-class service, the hotel is the perfect match for Radisson Collection. This is a one-of-a-kind property, and we’re delighted to have completed the rebranding of the hotel together with the owners,” said Michel Stalport, Area Senior Vice President of Eastern Europe, Russia & Turkey at Radisson Hotel Group.
From the impressive, palatial exterior to the luxurious interior (featuring 501 guest rooms and suites), the hotel is truly a Moscow landmark. The property itself is one of the capital’s ‘Seven Sisters’, a family of renowned neoclassical skyscrapers, while the rooms and public spaces echo the special nature of the building – with the finest materials and most exclusive furniture seen throughout the hotel.
Located on the bend of the Moskva River, the hotel was formerly the tallest in Europe. It remains an imposing presence on Moscow’s skyline and offers spectacular views of the capital. In fact, it’s a destination itself, with 26 on-site shops, its own art collection, a diorama of Moscow, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and its own flotilla of 10 yachts that offer city river cruises.
With Moscow’s most exceptional sky bar, the Mercedes Bar on the 31st-floor, the hotel is the perfect spot for guests who would like to get close to the twinkling stars and enjoy unparalleled views of Moscow. For gastronomy enthusiasts, there are 19 restaurants and bars on site, serving a wide range of global cuisines from early morning until late at night.
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow is within easy reach of Red Square, St Basil’s Cathedral and The Kremlin.