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Amid the tradition and grandeur of russia’s capital city. 
  
 
The Ritz-Carlton

§         Restourants and bars

§         Rooms

§         Following in the footsteps of history   

Restaurants and bars 

World-class dining opportunities await guests of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow. The hotel's fine dining room, Jeroboam, features la "Cuisine Vitale" by the renowned three star Michelin chef Heinz Winkler. Caviarterra, brasserie-style dining venue with a flair from the era of the Russian Tsars, offers contemporary international cuisine with significant Italian influences and regional notes. 02 Lounge is a stylish, rooftop lounge and terrace, featuring a breathtaking panoramic view over Red Square and the Kremlin, cutting-edge music from around the globe and one of the city's finest Japanese menus. Amidst the imposing setting and striking decor of the Grand Lobby is The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lobby Lounge where guests can enjoy a vast array of champagnes and vodka flights by the glass or indulge in a decadent Afternoon Tea, enticing appetizers and the finest selection of cigars. 

Tea by The Ritz-Carlton 

To ensure a relaxing time in the lobby of the hotel, guests will be served tea in the chinawareof Wedgewood, England's finest china company, featuring the Kutani Crane design, depicting fairy-tale cranes and refined flower patterns. The famous design has been out of production for many decades and will be brought back to life exclusively for The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow. The largest guestroom is The Ritz-Carlton Suite, measuring 237 square meters/2550 square feet. Located on the top floor of the hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Suite is the largest presidential suite in Moscow. This premium suite features floor to ceiling windows facing The  Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral and Christ the Savior Cathedral.Occupying the two top floors of the hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Club offers rooms and suites with large floor to ceiling windows. Even some of the bathrooms have large windows with a free-standing bathtub ensuring that the sights of Moscow lay at one's soaking feet.  

Rooms 

The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow features 334 of the largest rooms in Moscow, with the smallest a spacious 452 square feet/42 square meters. All guest rooms, including the 65 suites, are clad with polished dark cherry woods and burl wood veneers, while equally large bathrooms (measuring a minimum of 107 square feet/10 square meters) are finished with marble sourced from Portugal and the Altai region. Hi-tech guest room features include electronic room control touch panels that allow guests to conveniently control lighting and curtains from the bed. 

a russian bath that gives energy and strength 

Our bath butler is ready to offer several baths to choose from, including the Caviar Bath. This bath uses moisturizing bath caviars, which give a feeling of sparkling freshness. Chilled Russian vodka or a glass of Champagne along with a Caviar Tasting compliment this bath.  

following in the footsteps of history

For the past few centuries, Tverskaya 3 has played host to travelers from around the globe. The proximity to key landmarks such as Red Square and the Kremlin. Russia's political hub, ensures that the location is the perfect address for The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow.The site occupied by The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is rich in the history of the world of Russian hospitality. In the 18th century, travelers first stopped at Tverskaya 3. a tavern founded and run by a Greek, to find lodgings and a good meal. Known as "Tsaregradskiy Traktir", the word "traktir" was used rather than hotel - meaning literally tavern -a place where one could dine and sleep.Fast forward a few decades and the "traktir" is transformed into the hotel "Paris", offering more stylish and sophisticated services to its clientele. In fact many Russian writers and artists stayed in the hotel and mentioned "Paris" in their works, among them Konstantin Leontjev. Operating for over 100 years to general acclaim, the hotel was regrettably demolished in the 1930's as part of the urban regeneration of the area, a fate suffered by many other small hotels in the city.In 1970, the hotel "Intourist" rose from the ashes of the site - a massive 22-storey building of glass, concrete and steel. Although not blessed with an attractive facade, the "Intourist" was in fact very popular - both with Muscovites who held their weddings there and amongst the international traveling public as the property enjoyed spectacular views over the center of Moscow from many of the guest rooms. This ideal location - close to world renowned theaters and concert halls such as the Bolshoi Theater, the Grand Conservatory Hall, shopping centers and the heart of government - ensured that the "Intourist" remained a very popular property until it was demolished in 2002 to make way for a new breed of hotel, more in keeping with the modern Russian lifestyle.

Paying homage to the illustrious history of the site, the facade of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow, reflects the grandeur of old Russia and is reminiscent of the city's old mansions and palaces. The building combines the best traditions of Russian architecture, merging classical style with the latest technological advances allowing it to fit in well with the historical setting of the famous Tverskaya Street.

Tverskaya Ulitsa -The Avant-Garde Street of the Capital

 

The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is located on Tverskaya Street, so-named in the 15th century as it was the main road to the northern city of Tyer. After the founding of St. Petersburg in 1703, Tverskaya Street became the main road to the new Russian capital. The street quickly grew in terms of importance, with Muscovites building their exuberant palaces and residences along its path. It also became known as a progressive area with, in 1860, the introduction of the first gas street lamps and in the same year, the first horse-drawn railway was inaugurated. In 1933, a trolleybus drove down this street for the first time in Moscow.

 
 
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