The Savoy is one of the oldest, most stylish small hotels in the centre of Moscow. Opened in first opened in 1912, it’s situated just off the popular shopping street of Kuznetsky Most, within walking distance of the Bolshoi Theatre and Red Square.
rnOne of the State’s architectural treasures, it has recently been completely refurbished and renovated. The 67 rooms are now more spacious, with high ceilings, boasting new updated beds with orthopaedic mattresses and elegant marble bathrooms. The corridors display a collection of Russian art, adding to the rich history of the hotel.
rnThe whole atmosphere is one of a pre-revolutionary aristocratic gentleman’s club with all the modern amenities of today, including a swimming pool and mini-spa centre. The Savoy makes for an intimate downtown residence, close to plenty of good restaurants including Biskvit (see Eat) and Vogue Cafe (see Drink).