The Ritz-Carlton in Moscow features an imperial Russian façade and chic, elegant interiors with unique contemporary accents like steel enamel baths by leading German manufacturer – Bette.
Located just off Red Square and within walking distance of the Kremlin, St Basil’s Cathedral and the Bolshoi Theater, the Ritz-Carlton has 334 rooms in total.
All guest rooms showcase polished dark cherry woods and burl wood veneers, while the large bathrooms measuring a minimum of 10 square meters are finished with marble from the Altai Mountains.
The BetteStarlet drop-in bath is a notable choice for the prestigious hotel with its symmetrically shaped inner body, comfortable back profiles and spacious interior.
This visual masterpiece is pressed from titanium steel and masterfully crafted in Germany.
The precision of the pressed steel guarantees flawless enameling with the glass-like finish BetteGlaze® for longevity and shine. The long lasting enamel surface is applied to the bath body and fired at 850 Degrees Celsius. The result is a timeless elegant surface that is resistant to heat & UV light, scratches, dents and chemicals.
The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow was completed by one of Moscow’s largest and most experienced architectural firms, Mosproject where Interior Designer, Peter Silling was commissioned to design the interiors to reflect the grandeur of Imperial Russia’s Classical Era.
The decedent décor reflecting 19th Century Russia pays homage to luxury and attention to detail at every turn with ornate finishes, dark cherry woods and heavy brocade curtains set in beautiful, lavish rooms offering a 5-star experience.
The hotel also include exceptional restaurants, world-famous lounges, a stylish rooftop bar offering panoramic views of the city’s skyline, health club and spa with indoor glass-covered swimming pool and more.