Hotel Savoy Moscow
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
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Savoy Moscow
Travel Blogs from Moscow
After our early night the night before (in bed at 6pm) it got to 4am when we knew that we couldn't sleep anymore. The sun had already been up for almost an hour so we figured it was a great chance to get our people-free photos. So up and showered we left the hotel at about 5am in full daylight and found a 24hr cafe about 100m from the door of the …
... we were fortunate for a man who spoke English to point us in the right direction of the electronic machines to print our boarding pass. However after 'helping' us he wanted us to go to his car to get a parcel and then carry that parcel for him to St Petersburg to give a friend of his who would meet us at the train station. Yeah righteo mate - not a chance!! He hassled us for a bit but we stayed strong and I think he realised he would not crack ...
... and then made our way slowly back to the pedestrianised street in search of some dinner. We ended up at a place called My My, pronounced 'moo moo', which was a slightly kitsch Russian fast food restaurant. Given the name and big plastic cow stood outside, I was somewhat surprised to find no beef on the menu. I had a lamb steak and chips whilst Wendy had what was essentially bangers and mash.
At nine we met up with the others for ...
Another very day but also one of great excitement. We started the day with a bus tour to the Monastery of St Sergii, one of the largest monasteries in Russia and is the Russian Orthodox equivalent of the Vatican. We chose to do this because the other choice was a visit to the
Kremlin. It was a great choice because it was magnificent, but…… the traffic was appalling. It was 60 km out of ...
... today and dragged me with him No problem until we got to the far end where a tram was coming in the opposite direction which Brian did not see. I pulled him back but it hit him, fortunately just caught his arm, think he wouldn't be here now if I hadn't just grabbed him in time No more jaywalking for us Staying in an ace Hostel in the centre of Moscow and the sun is shining hurrah ...