Four Seasons means luxury in every regard. It’s no surprise at all that the Four Seasons Moscow that recently opened follows the same approach. Connected to the history while having a very modern and contemporary interior, the Four Seasons Moscow which is located a few steps away from attractions like the Kremlin may be the perfect hotel for your trip to Moscow!
In 1935, Hotel Moskva, one of the first large hotels with a luxurious touch in the city, opened its doors. 80 years later, the Four Seasons Moscow with its historical influenced facade that was inspired by the facade of Hotel Moskva, found its home.
The luxury hotel that opened in October 2014 sets new standards in the city which was hit by the current crisis between Russia and the West like none else. However, the luxurious standards and the great hospitality guests of Four Seasons know from pretty much everywhere in the world will make the Four Seasons Moscow another success story for sure!
The Four Seasons Moscow is a relatively large property with 180 guest rooms including dozens of suites.
Each and every room is equipped with modern and high-quality interior and feature a large marble bathroom with a detached shower and large tub as well as two sinks.
Also, the size of the rooms at the Four Seasons Moscow is worth a mention as even the smallest room category called Deluxe Room got a size of 40 to 59 square meters (430 to 635 square feet).
For great views, guests may opt for a Premier Room that offers view of the cityscape. However, the Grand Premier Room, not only bigger, but also with perfect views of the city, may be an option, too.
Last but not least, many suites of the Four Seasons Moscow, some with a special theme, others with pure elegance and size, are worth a mention.
Four Seasons is known for amazing cuisine offered inside the hotel. Without the need to step out of the elegant hotel, guests may enjoy either Italian or Russian cuisine.
At Quadrum, Mediterranean specialties are served in an elegant yet modern ambience. Guests looking for an even more relaxed atmosphere may enjoy the informal dining experience at Bystro, the casual dining restaurant of the Four Seasons Moscow. Bystro not only serves breakfast, but lunch and dinner as well.
The cuisine is inspired by Russian specialties combined with Nordic influences. An even more local experience may be enjoyed at Moskovsky Bar, the hotels intimate Russian jazz and cocktail bar where the Russian National Mixology plays a key role. Last but not least, the Silk Lounge and the Amnis Café located in the lobby and by the pool are worth a mention.
Opulence and elegance are the key elements at the Four Seasons Moscow. The large pool with a glass roof overhead perfectly fits into that scheme. Swimming with a delight in a pool with 148 square meters (1.593 square feet) is an absolutely unique experience.
That combined with inspiring views of the city, healthy food at the Amnis Café and a fully equipped gym with state-of-the-art machines makes the Four Seasons Moscow the perfect choice for all who love sports. However, also enjoyment seekers will feel home like nowhere else at the Four Seasons Moscow.
Next to the pool, hotel guests will not only find loungers, but also a large whirlpool. That combined with many treatments offered at the Four Seasons Moscow make the hotel a great choice for a Spa day or a Spa weekend.
Moscow in general, but the Four Seasons in special are very expensive. If you are lucky, you’ll get a rate of 19.500 RUB (~ 350 Euro / 380 US-Dollar) excluding tax at the Four Seasons Moscow. That’s way more than at landmark properties like the Baltschug Kempinski that is located just a few steps away from the new Four Seasons Moscow.
Rates including breakfast are available starting from 22.800 RUB (~ 410 Euro / 445 US-Dollar) excluding tax. Higher room categories are available for an extra charge. Unquestionably, the Four Seasons Moscow offers luxury on a new level and may be the best hotel in the city at the moment. However, the prices are adapted to the quality offered.