A luxurious hotel in historical center of Moscow
Just steps away from Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre and St. Basil's Cathedral, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya unites a rich cultural legacy with modern design. Enjoy unrivaled access to the historic landmarks and exclusive shops of Russia's vibrant capital. Savor authentic Italian cuisine and memorable lunches at A Tavola, our signature restaurant. Our Iridium Spa and indoor swimming pool offer a tranquil retreat while our Rooftop Hall promises panoramic views of the Kremlin and the scintillating city center. Sophisticated furnishings meet spacious interiors in each of our 210 guest rooms-including 44 suites. Each accommodation boasts captivating views of our Italian courtyard and marble bathrooms with signature Remède amenities. St. Regis Butlers fulfill any request.
Signature St. Regis Butler
St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is the only hotel in the center of Moscow offering full Butler Service to every guest of every room type.
Every moment becomes a treasure and every experience a new family tradition – a cooking class for our most special guests.
A personal Butler provides a very special individual gift and a jar of sweets for each little guest.
A special tent is provided upon request.
The Best Service
Iridium SPA at The St. Regis Moscow offers not just beautiful interiors, but also it features a patio pool, Jacuzzi, hammam, sauna, massage cabinets, face and body treatments as well as professional stylists and nail care.
validity: January 10, 2022 — January 10, 2023
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The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
Nikol'skaya Street 12,Moscow Russian Federation 109012
Ploschad Revolutsii/ Okhotnyi Ryad/ Teatralnaya
Leningradsky Railway Station
Kazanskiy Railway Station
The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is located in the heart of Moscow. A 5-minute walk down one of the most beautiful streets in Moscow - Nikolskaya street - will get you to the Red Square and Kremlin.
The name Nikolskaya comes from the monastery of St Nicholas Old, built in 1390 on Vladimir Road, on the site where Nikolskaya Street runs today. The name was first recorded in 1547.
Until the end of the 15th century, when Red Square was built, the street led directly to the Nicholas Gates of the Kremlin, then later, directly into Red Square. In the 17th century, Nikolskaya Street contained houses for nobles and was one of the few in Moscow paved with wood. The names Bolshoi Cherkassky and Maly Cherkassky, which today border the hotel building, recalls a court of Cherkassky dukes - the largest residence in the times of Peter the Great.
Nikolskaya Street was historically not only one of the main business routes of Moscow, but also "the heart of Orthodox spirit, literary wisdom and academic scholarship." Nikolskaya Street is where most bookshops resided in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. According to archives, 26 of 31 of the existing city bookshops were on Nikolskaya Street.
Every building on the street tells its own story, and one of them is of a gorgeous house opening onto the street from Lubyanka Square - its own history starting in the 1870s.
This is the building at Nikolskaya Street 12. In the first half of the 18th century, there were mansions at this address, but they were demolished in 1869.
In 1877-79, architect Robert Gedike built houses for Count Alexei Orlov-Davydov, Master of Ceremonies for the court and deputy of IV State Duma.
The Count lived in St Petersburg and rented the premises of his Moscow apartment building. One of the tenants was the famous Sytin, who opened a bookstore in the house. Another tenant was Roman R. Koeller (1838-1907) of perfumery fame.
Heir to the Orlov family, Alexei left for France in 1917, ending his days at the Russian House in Sainte-Genevieve-des-Bois.
The St. Regis Scent
Caroline's Four Hundred by Carlos Huber of ARQUISTE Parfumeur Discover the secrets of Carlos Huber, the perfume designer behind the signature scent "Caroline's Four Hundred", listen to the long creative process that led him to create this beautiful fragrance.
Caroline's Four Hundred by Carlos Huber of ARQUISTE Parfumeur
Carlos' attention to detail and his passion for the St. Regis brand is the beginning of an important partnership with Arquiste Parfumeur.
Elegant and Refined
These curated selections express The St. Regis essence - timeless, relevant, romantic and elegant. Artistic in every detail, this is the signature of St. Regis.
Together with scent designer, Carlos Huber of ARQUISTE Parfumeur, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya hosts a dedicated Scent dinner in December 2017 at the Rooftop Hall.
The rich green fragrance inspired by the floral arrangements of one of the most splendid balls of the Gilded Age was guiding us through this dinner. We introduced as well, our new Room-spray, bringing the St. Regis scent to your home, transporting you back to an evening in 1904.
Check-in: 2:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
Smoke Free Property
Non-refundable pet fee: 6000 Per Stay
Maximum pet weight: 15lbs
Nikolskaya Plaza .1 Miles
Accepts: Credit Cards,Apple Pay
Concierge desk service
Property has elevators
Languages spoken by staff:
For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms,common areas,or special services relating to a specific disability,please call +7 495-9677776
Accessible on-site parking
Property has elevators
Self Operating lift or a sloped entry in hotel swimming pools
Service Animals are Welcome
Valet parking for vehicles outfitted for drivers in wheelchairs
Van Accessible on-site parking
Accessible Entrance to On-Site Pool
Entrance to On-Site Business Center is Accessible
Entrance to On-Site Fitness Center is Accessible
Entrance to On-Site Spa is Accessible
Main Entrance is Accessible
Meeting Spaces are Accessible
On-Site Restaurants are Accessible
Room and Suites Access through the Interior Corridor
Adjustable HIght Hand-Held Shower Wand
Alarm Clock Telephone Ringers
Bathtub Grab Rails
Close Caption TV
Deadbolts on Guest Room and Suites Doors
Electronic Room Key
Flashing Door Knockers
Guest Room and Suites Doors Self-Closing
Hearing Accessible Rooms and/or Kits
Lever Handles on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Deadbolts on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Electricat Outlets
Lowered Night Guards on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Viewports in Guest Room Doors
Mobility accessible rooms
Non-slip Grab Rails in the Bathroom
Room Windows Open
Safety Chains and/or Latches on Guest Doors
Secondary Locks on Room Windows
Toilet Seat at Wheelchair Height - Toilet for Disabled
Transfer Showers in Guest Rooms
Viewports in Guest Room and Suites Doors