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Staying with Stalin at the Radisson Royal Hotel

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Pure Stalinist architecture with lavish interiors, the tallest hotel in Europe peaks at 198 metres. Built in 1955, the former Hotel Ukraine is one of the ‘Seven Sisters' of Moscow.

One of the most luxurious hotels in the city today, the Radisson Royal was chosen by Stalin to be part of his ambitious Seven Sisters architectural project.

This iconic skyscraper with carved decoration sits on the banks of the River Moksva and combines an impressive facade and elegant interiors of white marble and gilt with truly palatial dimensions. Tribute is made to the magnificence of Moscows past: its 497 rooms and suites are decorated with traditional paintings, crystal chandeliers, and antique furniture.

The hotel offers a huge swimming pool and a fleet of five private river shuttles. For dining, the Radisson has more than 10 restaurants and bars, including the Farsi, which boasts beautiful Iranian decor and renowned Middle Eastern cuisine served under a vaulted ceiling, and the Takusa, which serves delicious Japanese cuisine while affording guests an exceptional view of the city.

Radisson Royal Hotel
Kutuzovsky Prospect, 2/1, Building 1
Moscow 121248

+7 495 2215555

www.radisson.com

Rooms: from 11,030 RUB

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