This architectural landmark is situated in Moscow’s historical centre, just a few steps from the Red Square and the Kremlin.
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is located in the heart of Moscow’s historical district – close to business and government, as well as fashion, art, culture and shopping.
This luxury Moscow hotel faces the beautifully landscaped Manezhnaya Square, which connects to the Alexandrovsky Garden, home of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The Red Square, the Kremlin and the State Duma are just steps away, along with the Bolshoi Theatre and the Maly Theatre, as well as the many museums of Moscow. Right at the corner is the start of Moscow’s main shopping thoroughfare, Tverskaya Street. Five minutes away is GUM – Moscow’s most exclusive shopping complex – along with many local restaurants and bars.
For convenient access throughout Moscow, Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is just a few minutes by underground walkway to three major metro stations – Okhtony Ryad, Teatralnaya and Ploschad Revolyutsii – facilitating access throughout the city. With exceptionally artistic stations, the Moscow Metro is considered a tourist attraction in itself.
The Red Square
Moscow’s main city square, located beside the Kremlin, the Red Square was first established in the 15th century. Lined with landmarks, this central gathering place has been used for everything from military parades to rock concerts and fashion shows.
St. Basil's Cathedral
Known for its colourful onion-shaped domes, inspired by the flames of a bonfire, this iconic cathedral on Red Square was built in the 16th century on orders from Ivan the Terrible. The building has operated as a museum since 1928.
Steps from Four Seasons, this colourful garden was Moscow’s first public park and remains a popular spot for strolling and taking in the impressive views of the Kremlin. It’s the setting for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
GUM Department Store
Steps away on the Red Square, visit the largest location of GUM – short for Gosudarstvennyi Universal’nyi Magazin, meaning State Department Store. Originally opened in 1893, the large-scale complex is a destination for high-end shopping.
The Bolshoi Theatre
Opened in 1824, the Bolshoi Theatre is a national symbol of Russia. Having premiered works by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, the theatre still presents a repertoire of opera, ballet and concerts.
Also known as Lenin’s Tomb, this world-renowned memorial is situated on Red Square and serves as the current resting place of Vladimir Lenin. His embalmed body has been on public display since shortly after his death in 1924.