Le Meridien Moscow Country Club

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

35th km Volokolamskoe shosse, Nakhabino Krasnogorsky, Moscow, Central Russia, 143430, Russia
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Costs 63% less but rated 31% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families83
  • Couples100
  • Solo33
  • Business63

More about Le Meridien Moscow Country Club

Moscow Tip

by Valentina777

The first thing which arrests our attention when we look at the Kremlin and which immediately arouses our admiration is its walls and towers. Their construction was supervised by the Italian master builders Anton Fryazin, Marco Ruffo (Fryazin), Antonio Gilardi, Pietro Antonio Solan, and Aloisio (Alevisio) di Carcano, specially invited for the purpose. There are 18 towers in the Kremlin wall. The Tainitskaya Tower (Tower of Secrets), the oldest one in the Kremlin, was built in 1485. As indicated by the name, the tower contained a secret well and a secret underground passage to the river bank. And the last to be built, the Tsarskaya (Czar's) Tower - a small tentlike turret built right on top of the wall between the Spasskaya (Saviour's) and Nabatnaya (Tocsin) Tower - acquired its present-day appearance in 1680. From here, according to tradi tion, the czar would watch important events taking place in Red Square.
Panarama view


Teahouse on Myasnickaya streetTeahouse on Myasnickaya street

Matryoshkas - Russian nestling dollsMatryoshkas - Russian nestling dolls

Church near Vorobyovy GoryChurch near Vorobyovy Gory

The bell tower of Ivan the GreatThe bell tower of Ivan the Great

Forum Posts

Valentines weekend suggestions needed

by ratherton

I need a bit of help. I'm in Moscow for Valentines weekend and I've no idea what I can arrange for my girlfriend. Last year we had a meal and went to the Bolshoi which was really nice.

I was trying to find something a bit different for us that we wouldn't normally do. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Re: Re: Valentines weekend suggestions needed

by ratherton

The snowmobile stuff sounds good. I did some of that in Finland about 8 years ago and I'd love to do that again.

If you have any contact details for any companies, it would be appreciated.

Can't see the VT Meeting idea being appreciated too much :-))))

Re: Re: Valentines weekend suggestions needed

by Firstmate2

You may want to check with the Le Meridien Moscow Country Club. located in Nahabino. Quite nice and quiet place to stay. Perhaps they may have information regarding sleigh rides and winter activities @ and around the resort. They have a nice Athletic Club, with various Spas and so on. If you want to get away from it all. Restaurants nice, rooms not bad, and in general quite a nice get away from it all kind of place.

Visiting Russia...

by mkarim

We are 2 single guys in our 30s who like to see cultural and historical sights as well as good Western-style nightlife.

We are planning to visit SP in August for 9-10 days. What other places would you recommend (eg., Moscow, the Urals)? We want to see places but also want it to be a relaxing vacation.


Re: Visiting Russia...

by mickebear

I would say, for such a short stay in such a huge country, Moscow. Because it takes 30-40 hours by train to the Urals...

Re: Visiting Russia...

by vaara

There are plenty of interesting sights closer to SPB. Novgorod, Pskov, Vyborg, and the monasteries at Valaam and Kizhi islands come to mind. But if you've never been to Moscow, you should really go there. There are frequent trains.

Re: Visiting Russia...

by Rainbowman

i think it would be interesting to visit:
- Petergof, Pavlovsk, Pushkin, Gatchina (suberbs of SPb)
- Velikiy Novgorod
As for nightlife - the best places to see it is SPb and Moscow

Re: Visiting Russia...

by Rainbowman

Also u may go to Petrozavodsk to have a nice rafting tour:)

Re: Re: Visiting Russia...

by suvaa003

Hi I do want to recomend Yekaterinburg, flying out there takes 3 hours, by train fromSP 40 hours, and from Moscow, 27

Re: Visiting Russia...

by nevermy

If you want to see the best of Russia go around Golden Ring. It's a chain of cities, superb cultural and siteseeing trip.

Re: Re: Visiting Russia...

by mkarim

Where is the Golden Ring, what cities does it have and how does one get there?

Re: Re: Visiting Russia...

by vaara

The Golden Ring is a group of historical cities east of Moscow, including Vladimir, Suzdal', Sergiev Posad, etc. They're all fascinating, but not exactly close to SPB... you'll probably have to pass through Moscow first.

Re: Visiting Russia...

by nevermy

Only few hours difference.

Travel Tips for Moscow

Moscow Mayor's office

by Muscovite

Every other question about Moscow starts with safety concerns based on shadowy grounds

People in Russia are often literate and read 'Frommers, Fodors, and various other travel magazines', as a VT member had put it, but know better than to believe everything they write - this country, or any other, for that matter.

This is the official site of the Moscow Mayor's office - in English

And this is their page for foreign tourists - English, too

Got a concern? Apply here:

Committee for Tourism of Moscow City
Gostiny Dvor,
4, Ilyinka,
Moscow, 103012, Russia,
232-5657, info@moscow-city.ru

Tverskoy bulvar

by bugulma

Tverskoy bulvar is the most famous of walking route streets of Moscow, I'm sure. It founded in 1796 in Ekaterina II times instead of old fortress walls. In the end of XIX century the street was very popular and in magazines there were articles which recommend to have a walk in the street for well brought-up people. The street (bulvar) is begun from Pushkin's monument and is finished with Timirjazev's monument in the opposite side. There is Esenin's monument in the middle of bulvar. There are many brenches and attractions for children. Several Moscow theatres are situated here. Thus, Tverskoy bulvar is still nice place to have a walk nowadays.

Step Back in Time

by Canadienne

Kolomenskoe, an outdoor museum of wooden architecture located south-east of central Moscow, offers group leaders for schools and other large groups. The women (we only saw women leading) dress in period costume from the era of the Boyars ~ Medieval Russian Nobles.

Copies of your documents


It is highly recommend to have copies of all your important travel documents, like passport, visa and registration. Just in case the originals get stolen or you lose them, the copies can be very helpful to get replacements from your embassy.

There are different opinions about what you should take with you during the day: the originals or the copies. In fact it is not an obligation to carry an ID in Russia, but on the other hand the police can stop you and ask for your documents.

Honestly speaking, as I wasn't interested in ending up in a Russian police station, I always took the originals with me. However, in 22 days in Russia I was never stopped by the police.


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 Le Meridien Moscow Country Club

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Address: 35th km Volokolamskoe shosse, Nakhabino Krasnogorsky, Moscow, Central Russia, 143430, Russia