President-hotel, Moscow

President-hotel (former Oktyabrskya Hotel) owned by Administrative Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation was opened in 1983. The hotel was designated to provide the necessary conditions for the leadership of the CPSU and the highest structures of the Soviet State in their foreign policy activities.

Why President-hotel?

  1. Rooftop restaurant with breathtaking panoramic views of Moscow
  2. Limitless possibilities for business events
  3. Secured area
  4. 203 comfortable rooms
  5. 5-minute walk from Polyanka Metro station

Special Offers

Early booking rate
Assured reservation
Wedding offer

The latest news

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15
Янв
2019

Rules for taxi access to the Hotel premises

From January 15, 2019 official taxi carriers with yellow plates are allowed access to the premises of President-Hotel.

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03
Дек
2018

Kira Zakharova Invited to the “Country's Best” Show

Kira Zakharova, our Director General, took part in the ‘Country's Best’ show, broadcasted by Strana.fm TV and radio channel.

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Reviews

Perfect hotel and service, everything with friendly prices (Standard room). Wishes: to renew furniture and carpet flooring.

—Natalya

I’ve stopped for a night. Always thought it’s very expensive hotel. But was pleasantly surprised by its prices/quality. Apartments are roomy and have everything necessary. Hotel position is great – all downtown sightseeing are accessed easily by walk. Breakfast is very well too.

—Igor

Normal hotel, We’ve got liked everything, without negative notices. Having a motive, come here back, no doubts. Now we’d wish to hotel everything the best and more satisfied customers.

—Tatyana

In general, I liked everything, is pleased by their services, at least towards me (Standard room).Wishes: Do not think, I’ve have something special.

—Olga

An excellent stuff, comfortable bed, tasty breakfasts. Hotel situates perfectly – in a short time you can walk either Tretyakov Gallery or Krasnaya square, as well Gorky park. Hotel has enough space and is vintage little bit

—Valeriy

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