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Landmark Hotel Moskva to reopen as Four Seasons Hotel Moscow

With an ideal position at the centre of the city and a beloved place in Russia's heritage, the new Four Seasons Hotel Moscow will soon reopen its doors to first class dining establishments, refined meeting and event spaces and the capital's finest accommodations, plus an all-new destination Spa presented with warm, friendly and unparalleled levels of service.

Reservations are now open for arrivals beginning October 30, 2014, and General Manager Max Musto can't wait to welcome the Hotel's first guests: "Every day we feel the excitement all around us," he says, referring to the Hotel's prominent location just steps from Red Square. "In just a few short months, Four Seasons Hotel Moscow will become a central player in the incredible unfolding narrative of modern Russian culture." 

Originally built in the 1930s with Joseph Stalin's approval, Hotel Moskva saw many chapters in the Russian saga – and might have even shaped a few. As an unofficial home base for the Soviet Union's political and cultural power players, the Hotel also hosted a star-studded cast of international guests. Even today, the landmark façade is instantly recognisable the world over as it is immortalised on the label of the famous Stolichnaya vodka.

Now, with immense respect for architect Alexei Shchusev's original vision for the 15 storey building, interior designers Richmond International have created a contemporary homage to history that is firmly positioned in the 21st century. Its fashion-forward style and modern comforts set the stage for the unmatched level of service enjoyed by Four Seasons guests around the world. Along with the state-of-the-art technologies that characterise the new building, modern culture is also on display in the form of a collection of contemporary Russian art throughout the Hotel.

All 180 rooms and suites are bathed in natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows providing postcard views, whilst many benefit from having step-out balconies for guests to enjoy. From the generous 48 square metre Deluxe Room to the palatial 520 square metres of the Pozharsky Royal Suite, the Hotel offers some of the city's most spacious accommodations, each featuring the new customisable Four Seasons Bed amongst other top-of-the-range amenities.

The multi-lingual concierge team is ready to assist in planning bespoke itineraries, and the 24-hour business centre provides support to travellers away from their home office. Families are welcomed with an array of special surprises and benefits for younger guests, as well as small pets.

Renowned Chef David Hemmerle has returned to the city's burgeoning restaurant scene to lead the culinary team at Four Seasons Hotel Moscow. Already well known for his creative work at the Cristal Room Baccarat and his former restaurant Carre Blanc, Chef Hemmerle will oversee all restaurants and lounges, as well as in-room dining and banquet menus at the Hotel.

Two signature restaurants are at the heart of Four Seasons Hotel Moscow, including Quadrum, the Italian dining establishment as well as Bystro where Hotel guests and locals will gather for breakfasts, and in the evening enjoy a dinner menu featuring Russian Nordic cuisine. 

With a comprehensive selection of Champagnes, wines and spirits, the Moskovsky Bar is set to make its mark on the city's dynamic social life. Where by the sophisticated yet informal Silk Lounge flanks either side of the lobby level, with two large welcoming fireplaces offering guests afternoon tea.

An Urban Sanctuary: The Spa at Four Seasons
Up on the Hotel's fifth floor, the Amnis Spa at Four Seasons will be an exclusive retreat from busy urban life for Hotel guests and day visitors. The Spa features a mosaic-tiled indoor pool, naturally lit from above by a rectangular glass roof, a 24/7 fitness centre as well as a nail bar and a hair salon. The 14 treatment room Spa will offer a menu of massages, facials and body treatments inspired by Russian traditions as well as the latest in international therapies.

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