Moscow Ring

Delegatskaya 16/1, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow museums and Gorky Park

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... into the city center and went to a restaurant called Canteen 57 in the Gum Mall. This restaurant had been recommended by Elena yesterday as a traditional Russian place, at a reasonable price. It turned out to be like a cafeteria. I got my tray, went through the line, and picked up some chicken Kiev (which I guess is almost Russian now), mashed potatoes, and some cranberry juice. I’m not sure how ...

Hotel and Airline Landscape

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre


... market. Imagine you have bought a ticket from Moscow to London for 200 USD, 25h before departure you find a cheaper one – considering the law, you are more than welcome to buy the cheaper one and be fully reimbursed for the other – a nightmare for airlines.

We also learned that commissions are changing on a monthly basis and even among routes and booking classes. Therefore, every month, airlines send a four page document to the ...

My first steps in western Russia

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl


... Square are three cathedrals, two churches and a bell tower. We also saw the impressive gems, nuggets and jewellery at the Diamond Fund in the Kremlin Armoury.

Later we rode a few stops on the Metro to see some of the incredibly decorated station platforms. There was also a boat tour on the Moskva (Moscow) River, which provided a different perspective of the Kremlin and showed us more of the city. We spent some time in the ...

Our day with the lovely Dasha!

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach

Today was great because we got to spend it with Dasha! She is a wonderful Russian girl who we were in contact with prior to leaving (friend of a friend sort of situation) and she was kind enough to show us around Moscow and introduce us to some yummy Russian food! She is so sweet and we had a great ...

Moscow: Hello Again My Commie Friend

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


As children we remember seeing the famous Red Square and Saint Basil's Cathedral on the news. It was a place that was so far away from the Western world, so taboo to travel to, so communist. Well, as times changed and Russia came out of the Soviet era, the Red Square starting appearing in the media through television shows, movies, and travel channels etc. So when we arrived in Moscow for the second time on our world journey, as soon as we ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Polytechnical Museum, Obraztsov Puppet Theater, Izmailovo Estate, and Church of the Great Ascension.
Map this hotel

Other places to stay in Moscow