Enjoy your stay at the Marriott Grand Hotel, located In the heart of the city near Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre. Combining the historic beauty of turn-of-the-century Moscow with the conveniences of modern times, the Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel was designed to stand out from its competition. From the outside, the Marriott Grand Hotel looks like a luxurious turn-of-the-century art nouveau masterpiece. It was built in 1997 with all the modern, luxurious amenities and comforts you'd expect to find in a Marriott five-star hotel. From state of the art conference and business facilities to 390 lavish guest rooms, the Marriott Moscow Grand Hotel invites you to mix relaxation with business.
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The Deluxe Rooms are 31 square meters is size with modern amenities that include, turndown service, non-smoking and accessible rooms, satellite TV and pay-per-view movies, direct-dial phones, voice mail, computer data ports and AT&T access, Wi-Fi Internet, mini bar and in-room safe, individual climate control, hair dryer, bathrobe, sleepers and mineral water.
You'll find one of the best Moscow restaurants with authentic Russian cuisine at Russkiy Pogrebok. Russian folk and Gypsy music will perfectly complete your evening. Named after the most famous and beloved Russian poet and writer Alexander Pushkin, restaurant Grand Alexander is said to be on of the best Moscow restaurants which offers a wide selection of dishes of European and French cuisine. The Samobranka offers all day dining for power breakfasts, lunches or evening dinners along with its impressive buffet, presenting a choice of European and Oriental specialties. The lobby bar is a relaxing place where you can meet, enjoy a snack with your favorite drinks or just sit and listen to the live music.
Visit the Grand Marriott Health and Fitness Club, open 24 hours a day. The Health Club facilities are complimentary for all guests of the hotel. The following facilities and services are offered: Modern gym (different weight and cardio-vascular machines), indoor pool, Jacuzzi (with strong hydro-massage), dry and wet saunas (70C and 100C), juice bar, sports shop, parking and solarium.