The Metropol is rightfully proud of its luxurious hotel rooms and suites. Even with the best will in the world, one cannot find any two rooms alike among them. Their appointments and layout, the furniture from the early 20th century, the bric-a-bracs, all give individuality to each hotel room.
All our hotel rooms are equipped with:
- Bath and shower
- 15 satellite channels, 7 Russian channels
- Hotel pay-TV system
- Telephone and answering machine
- Free Internet Access (Wired & Wi-Fi)
- Central air-conditioning
- Dressing-gown and slippers
- Two bottles of mineral water
Full buffet breakfast:
For adults - 1600 rubles (including VAT).
For children 6-12 years old - 800 rubles (including VAT).
For children 0-5 years old free of charge.
Room rates don’t include taxes (VAT 18%) and breakfast.
Standard Rooms are equipped with all things necessary for work and leisure. Besides the bed(s), our standard hotel rooms are furnished with sofas, armchairs and desks. An extra bed is not available for all standard rooms.
Although the hotel rooms are called standard, they are very different. They are tastefully designed in soft tones, decorated with beautiful stucco on the ceilings, antique chandeliers and desk lamps, and parquet floors.
Some rooms can be connected to provide the perfect family accommodation in Moscow.
Floor space approx. 25 sqm.
Metropol Hotel Moscow offers several types of Junior Suites. The most common suite features one room with an alcove. We also offer more spacious one-room suites, and also two-room suites for more comfort. An extra bed and/or restroom are also available in some suites upon request.
Please let us know your needs in advance so we can best accommodate you according to your needs.
Junior Suites are luxuriously decorated with chandeliers, paintings, flower vases, and range from 40-50sqm.
Each of Metropol’s Executive Suites is worth describing separately. Unique design, valuable antiquities, incomparable atmosphere, and the reminiscence of celebrities from the past and the present. Yet all this doesn’t quite reflect the luxury and ambiance of Metropol’s Executive Suites.
Our luxury suites in Moscow are subject of study by art scholars and historians; they serve as unique settings for feature and documentary films, and also for tours. Almost all our Executive Suites in Moscow are different, still luxury is always the common ground. Some suites feature two rooms, some feature one spacious room with an alcove, and some have bay windows looking over the Theater Lane.
Contact us for further details, and let us know your preferences so we can best accommodate you. Average floor space 56-83sqm.
METROPOL GRAND SUITE
Wonderful rooms that combine ancient splendor with modern achievements of comfort. The hotel has 6 rooms of this category. Each room is avg. 85 sq. m. and has King-size bed (1 m 80 cm width).
The windows of four corner three-room suites (2240, 3340, 4440, 5540) look at the Manege and Revolution Square. Their layout is following: two living rooms, a bedroom, a bathroom, a toilet and a hall. The rooms on the third, fourth and fifth floors are filled with antique pieces.
Apartment on the second floor-for those who like an austere style: this room is equipped with black furniture and decorated with several valuable sculptures and antique paintings. There is a piano in a room on the third floor.
The layout of the three double rooms (3363, 4464, 5564) consists of a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, toilet and a hall. There is a sauna in the room 3363. You can also find here antique furniture and works of decorative and applied arts. From the windows you can see Teatralny and Tretyakovskiy Proezd and Lubyanka.
Floor space is 92,2 sqm. Lay-out: drawing-room, bedroom, small study-room, bathroom, toilet and sauna. Room windows look onto Tretiyakovsky and Teatralnyi drives and Lubyanka.
This is a luxurious three-room suite; one of the most imposing suites in Moscow. Each article of the spacious drawing-room interior is a work of decorative and applied art. The sofa with wood-carved lions, cabinet, arm-chairs, grand piano, big table, mantelpiece clock, candelabra, all look as if they came out from an old master painting. Gilded mantelpiece clock of French work (19th century) reminds one of an implacable running of time.
The painting "Harvest of Grapes" by an Italian artist (19th century) is bound to attract attention. The arm-chair with amazing wood-carving deserves a separate description. Funny fauns have made themselves comfortable on its elbow-rests supported by negro figures. The arm-chair design was created as far back as the 17th century at one of furniture workshops in Venice. Since then they have been making such arm-chairs. The arm-chair in question was made in the early 20th century.
The bedroom of the presidential suite is maintained in light colours, the walls have been painted by modern artists in the style of the early 20th century. The small study-room has a wonderful sofa in the modernist style, an antique grand clock, a small table, arm-chairs and a bookcase.