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New Luxurious Hotels to Appear in Moscow
29.09.2011 12:10
New Luxurious Hotels to Appear in Moscow
The most expensive and luxurious hotel in Moscow - Metropol

Today IHG numbers 11 hotels in Russia and is going to build 9 more. Special attention is given to Moscow, where InterContinental Tverskaya will start to work this November. The hotel with over 200 rooms will be located not far from the Kremlin, in Tverskaya street. Tourists staying here will be able to visit nearby places of interest, walk around the historic city centre and eat in the best restaurants. 

      The second expected luxurious hotel will appear in the capital in 2014. The largest in Europe Holiday Inn offers more than thousand rooms and is considered to become one of the most comfortable hotels.

      IHG sees good perspectives for the hotel business development in Russia.

      Source: www.travel.ru . Image courtesy: www.samogo.net

      

       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Moscow accommodation Russian hotels Moscow Russian tourism  

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