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Bask in the golden age of Russia at Hotel National, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow. Erected in 1903 by architect Alexander Ivanov, our 5-star hotel is a gem of imperial architecture and luxury. Overlooking famed Red Square, our hotel is located steps from the Kremlin, the Bolshoi Theatre, St. Basil's Cathedral and Old Arbat Street. After you explore these storied Moscow landmarks, return to the hotel for a taste of Russia at our three upscale restaurants, including the acclaimed Beluga by Alexander Rappoport. Revitalize yourself with a swim in our heated indoor pool. To celebrate our hotel's 19th-century heritage, we offer vintage-themed event venues, guest rooms and opulent suites, styled with rare antiques and impeccable details like carved wood ceilings. Beautifully preserved and outfitted with modern features, our luxury hotel welcomes you with old-world hospitality as you step into contemporary Russia.

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King Presidential Suite Kremlin View

Friday, December 3, 2021

Bar Alexandrovsky

A Luxurious Present

The National's guests today include state leaders and prominent politicians, public figures, scientists, businessmen, writers, actors and musicians. The National is one of the centres of public, political and cultural life in Russia today.

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Breakfast with a Spectacular Kremlin View

The breakfast is served at elegant and spacious Moskovsky room with large panoramic windows allowing in full natural daylight and offering a magnificent view over Red Square and Moscow Kremlin.

The Alexandrovsky Bar - Breakfast with View
Moskovsky Hall Breakfast

Signature Suites

The premier choice of our most distinguished guests.
Beluga Restaurant

Beluga Restaurant

Beluga Restaurant
Beluga Restaurant
Moskovsky Hall - Breakfast with Kremlin view

Discover Moscow

Hotel National is in the heart of Moscow's major historical attractions, including Red Square, the Kremlin, the Bolshoi Theatre and the Pushkin Museum.
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