Housed in one of Stalin's 'Seven Sisters', this bombastic beauty sits majestically on the banks of the Moscow River facing the White House. It has retained its old-fashioned ostentation, with crystal chandeliers, polished marble and a ceiling fresco in the lobby. Heavy drapes, textured wallpaper and reproduction antiques give the guest rooms a similar atmosphere – with all the modern amenities.
At 198m, the Hotel Ukraina is the second-tallest of Stalin's Empire-style skyscrapers in Moscow. It was the tallest hotel in the world when it opened in 1957.
This luxury hotel is situated at the intersection of Moscow’s Kutuzovskiy Prospekt and Novy Arbat and occupies a Stalinist skyscraper. It offers free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool and modern spa facilities. Rooms at Radisson Royal Hotel offer stylish décor and classic-style furniture, offering a flat-screen TV and views of the city or inner courtyard. All rooms have high ceilings, and some have a separate seating area. 11 restaurants of the Radisson Royal are known for their unique cuisine, original cocktails and panoramic views of Moscow. Breakfast, served at Veranda Restaurant, offers a variety of dining options. Guests can enjoy evening cocktails and light snacks at the Radisson’s 24-hour Lobby Bar and Club restaurant. After working out in the gym, visitors can relax in the sauna or in the spa bath. Massage services can also be booked. River boat trips along the Moskva River are available all year round. The Kremlin and Red Square are 3.5 km from the hotel. Kiyevsky Train Station is less the 1 km away, providing connections to Vnukovo International Airport.
Please note that children 14 y.o and younger are not allowed to the swimming pool and the club.