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We stayed here for two nights, having booked two executive rooms. My family loved this hotel. The staff we're welcoming and friendly- several spoke excellent English and were happy to chat to us. The breakfast in the executive lounge had a wide range- loved the little baked cheesecakes and the honeycomb honey! The food on offer from 6-8 was far more substantial than we had expected- a good range of appetisers plus two different hot main courses on offer. My daughter and I used the pool one evening and I had to drag her out of it. It is only a five minute walk to the nearest metro station which then takes 10 minutes to get to Red Square. We were taking the Red Arrow to St Petersburg and the hotel was ideally located for the train station. Only one small niggle. After checking out we left our bags with the hotel. Before we collected them for the train we decided to have drinks in the lobby. My daughter ordered a glass of pineapple juice. There were two in the menu- one (freshly squeezed) at 1000 rules and another at 300 rubles. I was careful to point to the 300 rubles drink but when the bill arrived it turned out she had been served the 1000 rubles one. That is without a doubt the most expensive drink she will ever have!! It was late and we had a train to catch so we laughed it off as a lesson learned, but be warned - carefully explain which pineapple juice you want by saying NOT the 1000 rubles one!
"Historic Building Up to Hilton Standards"
Being one of the Seven Sister skyscrapers of the Stalin era this building boasts beautiful architecture and lovely lobby. It also houses the largest brass chandler which the guest relations person kindly offered to show me and had it illuminated so I could see it in all its splendor. My room was clean quiet and comfortable and being on the 13th floor and facing down the main street affording a nice view. The breakfast was excellent with a large variety of items. Very conveniently located to the train station that has the Sapsan to St. Petersburg (across the street < 5 minute walk) and a metro station. The overall neighborhood seems to be mostly office buildings so not too much to see without going about 5 stops on the metro or couple miles on foot. As I had a guide this was not an issue for me and the hotel does have a coupe restaurants and there are a few more in the area
"Great Property in Moscow"
Have stayed quite a few times! Very satisfied because of friendly service, location and quality of service!! Recommend to those who expect seamless service with dedication and conviction. Some minor problems reported during my earlier stays were promptly addressed!
"One of my favorite Hiltons"
I really like this Hilton and try to stay there every time I travel to Moscow. - find the building beautiful. It is a neoclassical Stalinist building built in the 1950s - rooms are very nice and spacious and upgrades are frequent - excellent executive lounge with great and varied food offering - solid breakfast as you would expect - very nice and friendly staff - like the location with great subway options - reasonable prices for the quality and standards
we stayed at this hotel for about 6 nights. The location of Hotel was the best point of it, because it was near Metro station(which is one of the best,regarding to it's architecture) The thing that was a bit bothering was breakfast Hall,which was a bit small! The Quality of breakfast was Good. The receptionist were so helpful. The room service was poor somehow! No toothbrush! They were locked the mini-bar! Hotel for itself could be a historical place, because of it's design and architecture... I will recommend Hilton Moscow Leningardskaya...
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM