Built-in 1903 by famed Russian architect Alexander Ivanov, Hotel National is a historical landmark in Moscow's heart, just steps from sights-including Red Square, the Kremlin, and St. Basil's Cathedral-and shopping, such as TSUM and GUM. Uncompromising service is the hallmark at Hotel National and in the hotel's prestigious dining venues. Additionally, the 13 meeting rooms feature Kremlin views and enchanting décor, ensuring an unrivaled occasion. The 202 refined, spacious guest rooms possess state-of-the-art technology and exquisite furnishings inspired by the hotel's 19th-century ambiance. Further, many offer city views while all historical suites boast authentic, rare Russian antiques.
Rooms & Suites - Inside the 202 guest rooms and suites of Hotel National, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow, old-world glamor mixes with the cosmopolitan flair of contemporary Russia. Filled with treasured antiques, exotic rugs, and original accents like gilded ceilings, the accommodations evoke pre-revolutionary Moscow's opulence while offering modern amenities like high-speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, and luxury bath products by Elemis. Take in panoramic views of Red Square and live like Moscow aristocracy, whether you stay in a vintage-inspired room or the iconic Presidential Suite.
Dining - Taste the timeless flavors of Moscow. Step inside the trio of renowned restaurants at Hotel National, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow, and begin a culinary journey through Russia's rich history. Showcasing Russian cuisine's captivating flavors, the upscale restaurants reinvent traditional dishes with contemporary flair and finesse. For an unforgettable meal, join us in the Moscow hotel's opulent dining halls, which overlook iconic Moscow sights like the Kremlin in Red Square.
''Beluga'' - The first restaurant of Russian delicacies and caviar brasserie Beluga is the first restaurant of Russian delicacies and caviar brasserie. Alexander Rappoport, the famous restaurateur and innovator, gets a new angle on the Russian cuisine theme. The Beluga has perhaps the most luxurious caviar bar in the world. There are dozens of all different caviar types, served both as the esthetic tasting sets and as the nostalgic sandwiches with butter. The interior designer Anastasia Panibratova was inspired by the image of a girl, a Russian beauty, the princess Swan from the fairy tale of Tsar Saltan, depicted on the canvas of Mikhail Vrubel. Moscow's main culinary attraction with a unique view of the city's historical center is that the Beluga restaurant is perfect for holding a business meeting, a romantic date, meeting friends, or having dinner with foreign guests. You can get away, receive positive feelings, impress, surprise, and at the same time - not go broke because prices at Beluga are quite reasonable despite all the luxury of the concept, the exclusivity of the panorama, the elegance of products, and the beauty of the decoration.
''Dr. Zhivago'' - The place is about to prove that Russian cuisine can be modern, and this restaurant following a purely Russian concept appears to be surprisingly fashionable and stylish. Just in weeks, Dr. Zhivago became extremely popular with tourists and locals – a reservation required at least a week in advance. Restaurateur Alexander Rappoport created this new successful spot on Moscow's gastronomic map on the legendary Hotel Nacional ground floor. Since the spot is just a short walk from the Red Square and is surrounded by top hotels such as Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, and Metropol, it came as no surprise that this corner of Mokhovaya and Tverskaya streets has been chosen for the restaurant's location. Where else would foreigners enjoy Russia's cultural experience better than sitting at the window with a splendid view of the Kremlin, eating Russian food? However, Mr.Rappoport is taking the concept way further than simply continuing the tradition. Just another Russian restaurant is not his intention. He has created an amazingly beautiful place with some delightful atmosphere, where art pieces are organically woven into modern interior, mixed with strong yet lovely Soviet touch. The restaurant's snowy white hall welcomes guests with the paintings of the most prominent Soviet artists such as Malevich and Petrov-Vodkin, and the legendary Ruby Star crowns the gold ceiling.
However, the food has nothing to do with the limits and modesty of the Soviet times. On the contrary, you can feel the breathing of luxury and depth of history on the menu. Dr. Zhivago's team takes it seriously when it comes to Russian cuisine as a big part of the national culture. You'll experience a real adventure with these gastronomic references to the different stages of Russian history. Even the dishes that every Russian remembers from early childhood sound differently here turned into a real delicacy. The chef adds some unexpected details into every dish creating a fresh, witty variation of the classic recipes and giving each of them a luxurious twist. *Ladies and gentlemen! Please note that the cafe Dr.Zhivago kindly asks you to follow the dress code. Sportswear and beach clothes are not acceptable. Thanks for understanding!
''Alexandrovsky Bar'' - The relaxed atmosphere of its winter garden makes Alexandrovsky Bar a popular meeting point for the business elite. The Bar provides the ideal ambiance for both business meetings and private get-togethers. The guests can choose from a wide selection of spirits and indulge in original homemade cakes. The menu includes traditional dishes from Russian & European cuisine and light snacks recommended by the Chef. The bar is a great place to unwind and relax with live piano music and soft candle-light in the evening. Enjoy the business breakfast every day from 7 a.m. till 11 a.m. at Alexandrovsky Bar. The price for the breakfast is 970 Rub, including VAT per person. Alternatively, offering you a lavish buffet breakfast at Hall Moskovsky.
Fitness - Immerse Yourself in a World of Body Care. Feel vivid emotions from visiting the fitness center of Hotel National Moscow. Massage, sauna, swimming pool with city views will make your stay unforgettable and gives forces for new wins!
Area & Activities - Make a wish in Moscow's Red Square. Unlock the mysteries of Russia during your stay at Hotel National, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow. Located in Moscow's city center's historical milieu, the imperial-style hotel stands across the street from Red Square, home to the Kremlin, Lenin's Mausoleum, and the colorful domes St. Basil's Cathedral. Wander down nearby Arbat Street, a 15th-century promenade, and browse luxury boutiques before dinner at a local restaurant. For a modern cultural experience, board the metro at Okhotny Ryad station to reach Luzhniki Stadium, one of Europe's largest soccer venues, a favorite Moscow pastime. Or revel in the beauty of ballet and opera performances at Bolshoi Theatre, just a 10-minute stroll from the hotel in the city center.