Offering impeccable service and 669 square meters of sophisticated meeting space, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is the ideal setting for social and professional gatherings of any size. Each of our six meeting halls reflects fin-de-siècle traditions of design and honors legendary artists of the Russian avant-garde, from our lavish pillarless Kandinsky ballroom to our modern Rooftop Hall overlooking Lubyanka Square. From bespoke catering to gracious assistance with our state-of-the-art audiovisual amenities, our meticulous event coordinators attend to every detail, ensuring that each event proceeds flawlessly.
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Orlov Lobby Bar and Lounge
Royal Suite, Bedroom
Lobby and Reception
Robusto Cigar Club and Cognac Room
Astor Suite, Living room
Kremlin and Moskva River
St. Basil's Cathedral
Iridium Spa – Treatment Room
Orlov Lobby Bar and Lounge, Stairs
St Regis Logo
Rooftop Hall, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
|No. of Buildings:||1|
|Dedicated Exhibit Hall:||1|
|Number of Meeting Spaces:||6|
|Total Meeting Room Size:||699 m²
|Largest Meeting Room Size:||209 m²
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity:||150|
|Smallest Meeting Room Size:||30 m²
|Smallest Meeting Room Capacity:||15|
|Check in Time:||2:00 PM|
|Check out Time:||12:00 PM|
|Number of Guest Rooms:||210|
|In-Guest Room Internet:||Wireless High Speed Internet Access in Public Areas|
|Health Club /
|Pool Name:||Indoor Pool|
|Nearby Airports:||Sheremetyevo Airport|
|Airport Distance:||27 Kilometers
With its distinctive history and inspired art and architecture, Moscow is the ideal destination for cultural connoisseurs. Boasting a coveted address at the heart of the Russian capital, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is the inimitable gateway to the city’s indelible landmarks, exclusive shopping, and fine restaurants.
Our hotel is located on Nikolskaya Street, one of the most historic avenues in Moscow. Nikolskaya offers direct access to Red Square, the capital’s central plaza, from which all the city’s major roads radiate. On one side, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is framed by the prestigious mercantile quarter known as Kitai-gorod, where the glass-roofed GUM, the illustrious State Department Store, houses exclusive boutiques. On the other lies the Kremlin, the imposing citadel of five palaces and four cathedrals that currently serves as the official residence of the Russian president.
Just steps away from our hotel is one of the capital’s most iconic landmarks, St. Basil’s Cathedral. Unique in the landscape of Russian architecture because of its resemblance to colorful, dancing flames, this former church was constructed by order of Ivan the Terrible in 1555–1561 to commemorate the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan and is now a part of the State Historical Museum. Nearby, the 103-foot-tall Cathedral of Christ the Saviour—the tallest Orthodox Christian church in the world—overlooks the northern bank of the Moskva River. Originally erected in the nineteenth century, the church was demolished in 1931 under Joseph Stalin but was rebuilt in the 1990s as a fairly accurate replica of the original with its snow-white facade and gold-domed roofs.
Aficionados of the performing and visual arts may enjoy Moscow’s array of distinguished cultural institutions. Designed by Joseph Bové, the Bolshoi Theater is a historical playhouse that is home to a globally renowned opera and the world’s largest ballet company. The State Tretyakov Gallery, named for Russian merchant and arts patron Pavel Tretyakov, houses more than 170,000 masterpieces spanning a thousand years of Russian art while the Kremlin’s State Diamond Fund (Almazny Fond) is the place to visit Russia’s crown jewels. Perhaps the most unexpected hidden gems of public art can be found in the Moscow Metro, whose stations offer an exceptional representation of the Soviet era; the Lubyanka Station is conveniently situated within our hotel.More Local Attractions ›
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|Local Currency:||Russia Rubles|
Room Dimensions & Capacities
|Room Name||KeyKey||Space DimensionsDim. (l x w)||Space Total AreaArea||Space HeightHeight||Capacity for Banquet style set-upBanq.||Capacity for Theatre style setupThtr.||Capacity for Conference style set-upConf.||Capacity for Reception style set-upRec.||Capacity for Classroom style set-upClass||Capacity for U-Shaped style set-upU-Shp.||Capacity for H-Square style set-upH. Sq.||Capacity for Dinner with Dance FloorDinner Dance|
|Chagall Hall||–||9.00 m. x 7.00 m.
29.53 ft. x 22.97 ft.
|Kandinsky Room||–||15.00 m. x 14.00 m.
49.21 ft. x 45.93 ft.
|Malevich Hall||–||10.00 m. x 7.00 m.
32.81 ft. x 22.97 ft.
|Rooftop Hall||–||15.00 m. x 14.00 m.
49.21 ft. x 45.93 ft.
|Vasnetsov Hall||–||17.00 m. x 5.00 m.
55.77 ft. x 16.40 ft.
|Vrubel Hall||–||6.00 m. x 6.00 m.
19.69 ft. x 19.69 ft.