The readers of the Condé Nast Traveler magazine choose the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow!

20 Mar 2014

On March 17, 2014 during the gala ceremony at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre the names of the winners of the annual “Condé Nast Traveler Awards Russia: Readers' Choice” were announced. The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow, was warmly applauded when named the “Best city hotel in Russia”.

Every year the popular travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler launches an independent survey asking to its readers to elect the best and most valuable offers on the travel market. The multi-optional survey gives the opportunity to participants to share their opinion and name the potential winners among various categories including “The best airline company”, “The best hotel” “The most spectacular island”, and “The most convenient city”. The results of the contest come from a combination of different criteria: the number of votes assigned by readers, hotel’s revenues, expectations on the destination, and number of votes assigned by the jury of the Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

Besides the “Best City Hotel in Russia” award assigned by Conde Nast Traveller Russia, the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow main award list consists of:


  • Awards in thirty nominees by World Travel Awards
  • TripAdvisor: Certificate of Excellence and Travellers’ Choice
  • Best restoration, historical and cultural preserved object - 2010 award at the international DENKMAL exhibition led under patronage of UNESCO;

Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow would like to thank all guests, friends and partners – everybody, who took part in the survey. Recognition from people is the best prize. Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow


For further media information please contact
Irina Zakharova, Area PR & communications manager, +7 916 500 20 92,
Regina Apakina, PR-manager Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow; +7 495 229 55 55 ext. 32447; About Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow
The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow is one of the legendary “Seven Sisters” – the Soviet skyscrapers masterminded by Stalin. The property was constructed between 1949 and 1957 and reopened its doors in April 2010 after an extensive 3-years renovation. Today it features 497 elegant guest rooms & suites as well as 38 serviced apartments. For its most demanding business clientele, the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow comprises a dedicated Executive Floor with personalized service. The hotel's 13 versatile meeting rooms offer an elegant venue for conferences & events. Two conference & banqueting halls can host up to 280 guests for a cocktail reception and up to 150 for a gala dinner. The business centre features state-of-the-art technical equipment, and staff is available to assist with any request. Delegates can use free high-speed internet access, as well as the hotel library that offers a wide selection of books.
Guests at the Radisson Royal Hotel enjoy fine dining in Moscow without ever leaving the grounds. The hotel’s 9 restaurants and bars belong to the best in town – among them the Iranian “Farsi”, Mersedes Bar and Arkady Novikov's “Tatler Club”. The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow even offers the opportunity for a lunch or dinner on the Moskva River: Yacht Restaurants with all-the-year-round navigation run from the hotel along the most picturesque sights of the Russian Capital.
The rooms and public spaces of the building are decorated with a collection of paintings, which comprises more than 1,200 original master works by Russian artists created in the first half of last century. Near the reception area, guests can admire an absolutely unique Diorama named “Moscow - the capital of the USSR”: On a total surface of 400 square meters and reduced in scale 1:75 it presents the historical centre of Moscow in the year 1977 when it was created.;