No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Zvezdnaya Hotel Moscow
Travel Blogs from Moscow
... or Revolution Square, so named after its role as a gathering place during the Russian Revolution of 1917. In more recent times it has been the centre for protests against the current Putin government.
A huge monument of Karl Marx stands boldly in the Revolution Square Park opposite the Bolshoi Theatre and behind it is the Vitali (formerly known as the Petrovskiy) Fountain, the oldest standing fountain in Russia built in 1835 and once used ...
... of vodka for in-between meals. I
do believe I have had my lifetime allotment of vodka, all on this trip. At the
Peking Duck restaurant we drink fire water. There isn’t a taste- though you do
feel a burn as it goes down your throat. The after-taste reminds me of lighter
fluid. I would not recommend this drink.
... we travel, we always make a point of visiting a small town or village because that gives us an experience of true life. In today's world, a city is often just a city and many do not change much from one to the other. Whilst many cities can offer a taste of a countries culture, it's not until you get to a village that you get a true feel for a country. Today, village life in Russia is pretty tough and basic. People live in old traditional houses with ...
The hotel receptionist had again been pro-active on our behalf and had been able to contact the Mongolian embassy in Moscow and had been advised that they and the consulate would be open today. So not feeling very confident we set off for a rerun to the Mongolian consulate (at least we knew where to go)! We knew they only accepted Visa applications before 12 noon and that there was a fee for a fast track (same day) response. Well we arrived about 11am, ...
... day. Well, the building itself is vast and gorgeous with three 3 storey glassed over arcades linked by bridges . And the shops are very high end and chic. A beautiful flower display outside and down the centre of the ground floor aisles completed a totally different environment than that which we expected.
After a quick lunch in a nearby cafe we headed off for the Kremlin in time to see the changing of the guard at the 2nd World ...