Moscow has a bit of a reputation for being ‘the most’. Collectively it is the northernmost megacity on Earth, as well as the most expensive too. It’s coffee shops offer the most expensive cups of java in the world and serves them to the most amount of billionaires per capita. The city has some of the most famous buildings and landmarks in the world and of course is one of the most historically significant too. Some even say it is the most unfriendly, but we are not so sure about that. One this is for definite though. It is one of the most fascinating cities you could ever wish to visit.
Whilst the likes of the Kremlin, Red Square, St Basil’s Cathedral and the Bolshoi Theatre have long been the most popular drawcards for tourists, in recent years Moscow has exploded with a burst of other offerings. Derelict factories and run down warehouses have been transformed into impressive art galleries, museums, boutiques and clubs. The gastronomy scene has reached world class status with many great restaurants and cafes and its nightlife has become increasingly dynamic with many hip nightclubs, cool bohemian art cafés, blues bars and other drinking establishments.
Moscow’s selection of hotel accommodation has vastly improved in recent years. Long gone are the days of cold, soulless rooms in characterless government run hotels. Instead there is now has an impressive range of very good properties to choose from to suit any budget or style. If you are planning a visit to this fascinating city this list of Ten Of The Best Moscow Hotels Near Red Square is something you really should consider. All of these properties provide easy access to Red Square either by foot, public transport or taxi.
(To find out more about any of the Moscow accommodation listed below please click on the relevant hotel name of interest to you).
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