Built in 1903 by famed Russian architect Alexander Ivanov, Hotel National has been an awe-inspiring historic landmark for more than a century. Located at the very heart of Moscow’s historical, cultural and business center, the magnificent hotel opens spectacular vistas of the Kremlin and the Red Square.
In September 2009, the hotel joined The Luxury Collection by Starwood, a glittering ensemble of more than 70 of the world’s finest hotels and resorts in more than 30 countries around the globe. The historical grandeur and understated elegance of the property, together with the The Luxury Collection’s signature services and state-of-the-art technology, makes Hotel National a favorite destination for sophisticated global explorers visiting Moscow.
In 2009, the National has undergone extensive renovation of all its guest rooms, suites and public areas. By restoring the hotel to its original splendor with all modern amenities, the National’s legacy as a landmark destination of utmost luxury has once more been confirmed.
Each of the 202 luxuriously appointed guest rooms feature genuine exclusive furniture inspired by the hotel’s nineteenth-century décor, spacious bathing and dressing areas as well as state-of-the-art technology including plasma TVs and DVD players. Moreover, the hotel’s 55 historical suites are adorned with authentic and rare Russian antiques, including vases, lamps, mirrors, statues and paintings. Many of the hotel’s guest rooms boast exceptional city views including panoramas of the Kremlin.