Moscow has grown to have the most billionaires than any other city. Russia’s capital has flourished from this influx and the city has become a top tourist destination for fashion, culture and food. Haute Top 5 shows you the best spots to stay while you take on the Moscow cold and indulge in the finer things of life in the city that Vladimir Putin calls home.
1 Ararat Park Hyatt
The presidential suite at Ararat Park Hyatt in Moscow is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious suites in the world. Billionaire oligarchs line up to stay at the presidential suite studded with crystal chandeliers, modern art and byzantine sculptured furniture. The 1,938 square foot suite features a panoramic view of the Kremlin and the famous Bolshoi Theater. The suite includes two bathrooms with giant bathtubs that have built-in saunas. The whole suite is very aristocratic; many of the color schemes revolve around purple and gold.
2 Lotte Hotel Moscow
The Royal Suite at the Lotte Hotel Moscow has opulence in every detail. From the dark navy blue chairs to the polished marble bathroom and drawers, each foot of this suite has been designed with luxury in mind. The suite features a Jacuzzi, a private bar, a work desk, a large living room plus walk in closets. The suite is reminiscent of a Russian palace with all the modern amenities expected in the 21st century.
3 Marriot Moscow Royal Aurora
Located in Moscow’s city center and a small walk away from Red Square, the Marriott Moscow Royal Aurora is a top pick for anyone looking for a luxurious stay in Moscow. The presidential suite is the hotels top of the line suite with views of the Red Square just outside and a spacious living room perfect for parties or relaxation, it is understandable why this is one of the premier suites in Moscow.
4 Ritz-Carlton, Moscow
All across the world Ritz-Carlton is known for luxury and the high life. Ritz-Carlton Moscow is no different. The 2550 square feet Ritz-Carlton suite showcases Russian extravagance like no other room at the hotel. The view alone is breathtaking, with floor to ceiling windows that face the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basils Cathedral you can see the best of Moscow without leaving your bed. With a library, boardroom, a living room with a grand piano and a spacious bedroom all styled after Russian Imperial décor, you will feel like a Tsar during the height of the Russian Empire. The presidential suite also features heated floors, marble baths with a separate rain shower and sauna, dressing rooms, even your own coffee making machine to start off your day.
Tverskaya Street 3
Moscow 125009, Russia
+7 495 225 8888
5 The Savoy Grand Suite at Hotel Savoy
Nearly 100 years old, the Hotel Savoy was built in 1913, but it has been remodeled and refurbished throughout the years to stay on pace with the modern world. Within a short distance of Red Square, the hotel has attracted celebrities like Richard Gere, Jane Fonda, and Cindy Crawford. These celebrities stayed at the best suite the hotel had to offer: the Savoy Grand. This luxurious suite is designed in Italian décor mixing classical and modern elements. Like many of the top suites in Moscow, the Savoy Grand Suite focuses on a theme of royalty and splendor, the suite is top of the line with heated marble floors but it also has furniture which would be at home in an aristocrats 1800 villa.