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Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
The Renaissance Monarch Center hotel offers luxury accommodation and services for business and leisure travelers to Russias-ns capital. Moscow city is experiencing a burst of creative energy, evident in all aspects of contemporary culture. World-class venues such as the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum are experimenting and expanding. Tchaikovsky and Chekhov are well represented at Moscow theatres but visitors can also see world premieres by up-and-coming composers, choreographers and playwrights. Foodies can explore wine bars, coffee bars, sushi bars and even beer bars, while night owls enjoy a dynamic scene of exclusive nightclubs, bohemian art cafes and underground blues bars. There is also an abundance of public transport available enabling everyone to explore those iconic sights around the Moscow city. The hotel offers guests to relax unwind and take advantage of an abundance of sports and leisure facilities. The fully equipped health and beauty centre offers guests the opportunity for a good workout, while those of a more leisurely inclination can choose from an array of massages and treatments. Alternatively, guests can take a dip in the heated indoor swimming pool. This is ideal place to revitalise the senses with an experience beyond the ordinary. The hotel has two individually designed restaurants; each of them is unique in its own way. The Premier restaurant features Mediterranean, Italian, French, fusion cuisine and boasts one of the finest dining in the city, while the Mozaic restaurant offers all-day dining. Furthermore Allegro Lobby Bar & Lounge serves sushi, salads and variety of exotic cocktails. The rooms at this hotel are both elegant and functional. The trendy guest rooms harness an abundance of natural light and are expertly decorated and furnished to ensure guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. This hotel is an ideal starting point for exploring vibrant Moscow city.
31A bld.1 Leningradsky prospect, MoscowView Larger Map
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