Moscow Hotels

Search for Hotels in Moscow

Moscow Hotels

How to Find the Best Moscow Hotels with Venere

When you think Moscow, you may think wealth, magnificent architecture both old and new, and big business. With Venere, though, you don't have to be a major economic player to afford and enjoy a trip to Russia's capital. With Venere's selection of partner Moscow hotels, you will have no problems finding a comfortable place to stay in Moscow in your price range, whatever it may be. And with Venere, you can always be confident in your choice - our hotel rating system, using reviews from previous visitors, allows us to give you all the information you need to make a choice of accommodations that works best for you. Each listing also includes photos and maps of each location, so you can find the best spot in the city and better plan your trip. Moscow is a truly one-of-a-kind mix of old world and new, and deserves proper attention - which is why Venere is here to help you find the best places to stay, so that you can focus on the best ways to explore this truly unique destination.

What's Moscow Like?

Moscow is a fascinating mixture of historical beauty and modern innovation. For the former, it begins with Red Square and St. Basil Cathedral, the latter being perhaps the most enduring symbol of both Moscow and Russia with its distinctive appearance. The Kremlin nearby is also of course worth a visit, especially for the Armoury and associated exhibits. The Church of the Ascension, built to honor Ivan the Terrible, is another can't-miss site with its awe-inspiring tower. But there is more modern history to be had as well, including Victory Park, built to commemorate the Second World War - or as it's often known locally, the Great Patriotic War. Moscow also places a high priority on displaying prominent art, and the Tretyakov Gallery is the best - and biggest - example of this, and perhaps the greatest collection of Russian art in the world. The only limit to exploring Moscow is endurance - there is no end of fascinating places to visit, and with Venere's selection of Moscow hotels, you are guaranteed to be able to find an excellent place from which to explore it all!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Moscow

A large and sprawling place, using the extensive Metro system is the best way to navigate Moscow and is generally the safest as well. A basic knowledge of Russian will help immensely for your visit, though English-language publications such as the Moscow Times can help steer you towards areas and events that are accommodating for those without that knowledge. Also, be sure to keep your passport with you. Bathhouses are hotspots (quite literally) for the locals, and are an important part of Muscovite culture, so be sure to check one out before you leave. When eating out, tips should be to the nearest 50 or 100 in Rubles; and if it's local fare you're after, be sure to seek out some traditionally prepared sturgeon or other fish. Also, be prepared to stay quite a while at meals - Russians take a very slow and relaxed approach to dining, so don't rush! There really is no other place on Earth quite like Moscow, with its various cultural convergences, so be sure to make the most of your stay. With Venere's selection of Moscow hotels, it's easier than ever to do just that.