Arbat Hotel Moscow - Souvenirs Around The Corner

Arbat Hotel in Central Moscow was built in 1960 and recently refurnished.
Those travelling for business can benefit from a variety of facilities the hotel offers, such as a photocopier and meeting rooms. Helpful and professional staff are available 24-hours a day.

The hotel's rooms are well-equipped and feature double beds. Each offers a TV and a telephone.

Guests of Arbat Hotel Moscow can enjoy a unique dining experience at the elegant bar and elegant restaurant.
For those preferring to eat out, the surrounding area offers several bars and restaurants serving a selection of different cuisines.

Arbat Hotel is surrounded by the area's popular sightseeing attractions, such as  RIA Novosti  and Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and of course the famous Arbat Street.

Red Square isn’t that far, but you’ll need to walk a bit more  - around 30 minutes. It is a very nice walk if you choose to follow the little streets.  And who knows what discoveries are waiting on the way!

Business travellers can benefit from the hotel's location as well, which provides easy access to the local station.
You can get a single for €97 and a double for €120, but book in advance.

Arbat Hotel

Twin Room in Arbat Hotel Moscow


Гостиница Арбат
Плотников переулок, 12 Метро Смоленская
Arbat Hotel Moscow
12, Plotnikov pereulok Metro Smolenskaya


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