Courtyard By Marriott Moscow City Center

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Voznesensky Pereulok 7, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russia

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Courtyard Moscow City Center
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    In the city centre!


    Due to Moscow being busy and a short notice trip to Moscow, I stayed at the Courtyard Moscow City Centre. It was a comfortable and pleasant stay - the lobby has free wifi but the room wifi will be charged.

    there is a restaurant and a breakfast room, along with a lobby car and coffee shop.

    Staff are friendly and professional.

    Unique Quality: The hotel is comfortable, it has a money exchange and really good services.

    Directions: directly across the street from St Andrews Anglican Church

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    Moscow City Center Courtyard Marriott


    Regular Courtyard hotel in downtown Moscow. About a 12 minute walk to Red Square. Hotel is good, a little less expensive than the other Marriott's in Moscow (or at least was the week I was there). Decent gym, ok restaurant. Rooms are very nice, especially the beds.

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Korolev - home of Russia's Space Mission Control

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Korolev, Russia is the home of Mission Control Center - Moscow (in Russian TsUP). The town is just north of Moscow.


by may1273


Moscow is the capital of Russia, the country’s largest city, its major political, industrial and cultural center. Moscow is a unique city, its architecture combines the features of both Oriental and Western cultures.

Moscow is a fascinating city that can offer its visitors a great variety of cultural and historical monuments, as well as excitement and entertainment.


Moscow was founded in 1147. It is organized in a set of concentric circles with the Red Square (Krasnaia Ploshad) – the focal point of the city – at the center. The inner ring -road is called the Boulevard Ring (Bulvarnoye Kolco), the middle ring is called the Garden Ring (Sadovoe Koltso), and the outer city limits are marked by the ring road abbreviated as "MKAD".

"Red Square"

We went past St. Basil's and found ourselves in the Red Square, about the middle of it, between the Cathedral (south), the History Museum (north), the Kremlin wall with Lenin's Tomb (west) and the GUM Shopping Mall (east).

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The Trans-Siberia Express

by Tjello

Moscow, the CENTER of it all....

Every now and then, there were (mostly) women, doing the hard work....

gedeggedeng, gedeggedeng.....
We had to walk some 7 carriages to make it to the dining car.

but there was no dull moment.

Almost everytime we eat, we got caviar to start with....

we were a group of 7 that took this train, we would seperate in Beijing to carry on with our own travel-arrangements.

<center<We called this man "The General', you can see why !!
Also he did have an attitude to run and be the 'manager' of the 2 dining car's employees.

level crossings were monitored again by (again) mostly women, who gave the all clear signal by holding up a flag... or, with some kind of stick.

'Our' train


The locals trying to sell their vegetables etc. to the dining car manager as well as to the people on the train, many of course 'ordinary' Russians.

Tea was available, almost round the clock... quite refreshing actually !

Some of the scenes that went past us.

The schedule, and would you believe it, there was NO delay, AMAZING !!


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Hotel Moscow + visum for Russia

by kira11

Hi everyone,

can anyone recommend a hotel in Moscow close to a metro station. The hotel should be inexpensive but safe (for a girl traveling on her own).

Second question: How does it work with the visum? I read that you can only get a visum if a Russian travel agency confirms your booking??? How does it work if I want to book the hotel and flight without travel agency?

It would be good to get some advice. Thanks!


Re: Hotel Moscow + visum for Russia

by blanter

If you want it inexpensive, I am afraid Izmailovo could be your only option. It is close to the metro station, but far from the city center. Moscow is not exactly famous for its budget accomodation.

You will need an invitation anyhow, otherwise you will not get a visum. May be the hotel will be able to send one to you (they may be affiliated with a travel agency); otherwise, you will have to do it via one of the companies which are plenty to find on the internet.

Re: Re: Hotel Moscow + visum for Russia

by blanter

Btw is Rossiya still alive? This could be also an option.

Re: Re: Hotel Moscow + visum for Russia

by globetrott

Hi !
I just saw a brochure in Austria, where Rossija may still be booked for 2005 and it is saying, it will be closed down afterwards.
Hotel Ismailowsky is cheap, but I would not go there again - read my hotel-tips about Moscow, before you maybe decide to take it for the cheap price.


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Address: Voznesensky Pereulok 7, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russia