The Swissotel Krasnye Holmy is the tallest luxury hotel in Moscow. At 34-stories, this sleek glass-and-metal cylinder holds its own with Stalin’s Seven Sisters. The hotel also has some of the largest guest rooms in town.
A favourite with European businesspeople, the Swissotel Krasnye Holmy is in the heart of a booming business district not far from Paveletsky train station and next to the Moscow International House of Music.
Each of the rooms are different due to the circular design of the building. The rooms come with open bathrooms, plenty of storage – both in the bathrooms as well as in the wardrobes and drawers. Furthermore, the rooms enjoy and a large freestanding tub as the centrepiece of the bathroom.
The shower is enclosed in glass walls, with grey and white marble, crisp white mosaic tiles and frosted mirror glass complete the look. Standard guestrooms have carpets while executive rooms and suites have wooden floors and rugs.
Other room features include a flat-screen TV, decent size desks which are equipped with broadband internet access (wired and wireless), an ergonomic work chair, white bed linen and a duvet accented with an attractive throw.
The second-floor Acapella Restaurant and Lounge serves contemporary international cuisine, focusing on local, eco-friendly, organic and seasonal ingredients and modern cooking techniques.
On the 34th floor is the City Space Bar, which matches an excellent wine and cocktail menu to jaw-dropping vistas. Lastly, there is the lobby bar – ostensibly the meeting point for the hotel. This space offers coffees, teas, puddings and snacks throughout the day and evening.
A relaxing visit to the Purovel Spa & Sport can include hot stone massages, sports massages and body wraps along with access to the sauna and spa tub.
Moreover there is a workout area equipped with cardiovascular machines to ensure that your health and well being does not have to be neglected on your travels.