This elegant hotel is perfectly situated for a short visit to one of the world's great cities. Right in the heart of Moscow, you’re a stone's throw away from the grand, stately landmarks that create the distinctive skyline – from the vivid domes of St Basil's Cathedral to the thrusting skyscrapers of the International Business Center. With a famous metro system that is a tourist attraction in its own right, you'll have no difficulty exploring the city's lesser-known quarters as well as its vibrant centre.
The dining options at the Marriott offer a wide variety of international cuisines. Aurora offers à la carte lunch and dinner, while Polo Club is the original Moscow steakhouse, serving the finest Wagyu beef. Relax with a cocktail at the Lobby Bar, and enjoy al fresco dining (and more cocktails) at Vicolo Terrace. Beyond the hotel, Moscow has a wealth of high-quality restaurants, of which the Grand Alexander International among the best.
In keeping with the grandiose, historic city, the Marriott Royal Aurora exudes an opulent confidence throughout its décor. Plush regal carpets meet comfy seating suites, grand mirrors and polished furnishings, providing a luxurious and spacious retreat from the Russian winter. The Deluxe, the smallest rooms in the hotel, are spacious and comfortable, though we do recommend an upgrade to a Superior room, which allows access to the inviting indoor pool.
There is a gym, fitness centre and sauna on site to keep you as fit, healthy and relaxed as you like. Out and about in Europe's largest city are all manner of cultural events and institutions that could keep you amused for a lifetime. Within minutes' walk is the famous Bolshoi Theatre, while a few blocks to the south is the magnificent Red Square, home to opulent palaces and the multicoloured domes of St Basil's.