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Hotel Sovietsky

You won’t fail to be impressed by the Communist grandeur of the main entrance to this historic hotel within the third ring road of Moscow. The Sovietsky Hotel was built on the orders of Stalin in 1952 to accommodate visiting government delegations, the hotel retains marble staircases, stately columns and antique crystal chandeliers and the opulent décor continues into the bedrooms. The hotel has a famous restaurant Yar, renowned for its traditional Russian and patronised by many an illustrious guest Alexander Pushkin and Anton Chekhov to name but a few.

This hotel has an official star rating of four-star but due to customer service and the feel of the rooms, we do rate it as a three-star.

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