At the turn of the 19th century, Kramskoy and Vasnetsov moved their studios here to paint and enjoy Moscow's most breath-taking view. Today, on the banks of the Moskva River, it is the hotel guest who benefits from the Baltschug Kempinski. Enjoy the view from your spacious and finely decorated room or while enjoying delicious homemade pastries at your breakfast table in the dining room of the Baltschug restaurant.
The closest main attraction is 500 metres away, the nicely litSt. Basil' s Cathedral. The Kremlin is 600 metres away, and Red Square a mere 700 metres. David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley, a relation of the British Royal Family, decorated some of the suites, as did the Swedish group, Living Design, who designed Kempinski's Grand Hotel in Geneva. Refurbished in 1992 and updated in 2012, the Balthschug Kempinski offers peace, quiet, and all the services worthy of a classic palace hotel.
Balchug ul, 1
+7 495 287 20 00
Rooms: from 18,217 RUB