Melody hotel lies a stone’s throw from central Moscow. It was originally built in 1984 to accommodate national and overseas government servants.
The hotel benefits from central location, close to the Alexander Garden and the Kremlin. It also lies a stone’s throw to famous Boulevard Ring and Arbat. There are 60 rooms at the hotel, simply furnished. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. There is a 24-hour video control system at the hotel.
Year renovated: 2007.
Number of rooms: 120.
The hotel offers 75 rooms, including 26 standard single rooms, 46 standard double rooms and three two-room suites. The 18sqm standard room consists of one room with a single bed. The 22sqm standard double room has a double king size bed. The deluxe room has a bedroom and sitting room. All rooms feature a TV, telephone for local, international and inter-city communications, air-conditioner, hairdryer, Wi-Fi for extra charge, minibar, working table, bed-side table, wardrobe, elbow-chair, mirror and table lamp.
On the territory of the hotel there is a restaurant for 50 guests. It is open from 7am till midnight. Lobby bar serves cocktails and snacks.
The hotel Arbat House serves a buffet breakfast for free.
The hotel lies in close proximity to Moscow business areas, just within 10-minute walk. Moscow international business center is located within a short drive.
The hotel's multilingual staff will be happy to advise on the leisure opportunities located nearby the hotel.
The hotel provides 24-hour reception, daily room service, visa support service, laundry, baggage storage, shoeshine service, taxi order and concierge service.
See and do
There are numerous sights in Moscow. Red Square is the heart of Moscow. It is surrounded by St. Basil's cathedral, the state history museum, Lenin's Mausoleum and the Kremlin's wall. The Kremlin houses the Armory with an impressive diamond collection. Old Arbat Street is packed with cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. Bolshoi theatre and the Tretyakov gallery are of great significance. The latter houses the Pushkin Museum and an impressive collection of Russian art.
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