Summer is not so far and If you are planning to visit Russia the first thing what you are worried about is acommodation. There are plenty of hotels: modern one and with a history, luxury and cheap one, centrally located etc.
Moscow has a reputation of one of the most expensive city to stay at. In the city center there are many luxury hotels which provide the best service such as the Metropol hotel, the Baltschug Kempinski hotel and theother 5-star hotels. They offer good rooms and splendid window view, you can use the swimming pool and gym, enjoy delicious breakfast in the morning and helpful and friendly stuff will be glad to do your stay in Russia as more memorable as possible. Such a good option for businessman and people who care about comfort! But it’s not only option for travellers in Moscow. In the heart of the side-streets, just 3 minutes walking from the Arbat street (main touristic place) the Arbat house hotel is located, the another budget option is the Maxima Panorama hotel which is in 7 minutes by metro to the Red Square. You will be meet by high quality staff and famous Russian hospitality.
St. Petersburg is well-known in Russia as the “Venice of Russia”, “Culture capital” etc and especcialy beatiful during the “White nights” period (middle of June – beginning of July). Obvisiosly you should stay in the city center. The Grand Europe hotel is the hotel with a rich history, magnificent rooms and perfectly convinient for the meetings, entertaining or simply relaxing. For example, in the February, 2014 Marlis Travel accommodated the American group, 60 pax, at this hotel and they were very pleased to stay at. If you are interesting in Fine Arts and the Hermitage is the main point to visit St. Petersburg the Moika 22 Kempinki hotel suits you, located just off Palace Square, in view of the Hermitage Museum, rooms and suites offer panoramic views of golden cupolas and gilded palaces. It seems St. Petersburg has only 5-star hotels in the center, isn’t? You are wrong. The Cronwell Inn Stremyannaya hotel is in 10-15 minutes on foot from the Moskovsky railway terminal (you don’t need a transfer to get there) and in 5 minutes from the Nevsky Prospekt. It’s the good combination of the European service with old Russian tradition.
Certanly this is the small part of the hotels we are working with. Probably, you are dreaming about Baikal, Irkutsk or to sleep at the ger camp in Mongolia. Please contact us and we will find the best and the most convinient places to stay at.