The spacious Deluxe rooms, ranging from 36 to 43 sq.m are equipped with all the necessities for a most relaxing stay. Decorated in natural tones, the rooms have furniture imported especially from Spain, and are equipped with HD Smart TV Magic Mirror, satellite reception, high-speed Wi-Fi, individual air conditioning, safety deposit box, writing desk, telephone, reading lights, built-in LED lighting, mini-bar, coffee maker with a Nespresso capsules and panoramic windows overlooking Strastnoy Boulevard and Pushkin Square. Each double bed has been stylishly built into a unique wooden capsule. The bed linen and bath accessories are from the trendy ETRO home brand. This exclusive collection has been specially created for The StandArt Hotel Moscow. The shower and bathroom has a makeup mirror, a hair dryer as well as cosmetics from the premium Lanvin range.

The Hotel has seventy-eight Deluxe King rooms and ten Deluxe Twin rooms with two separate single beds. One of the rooms has been designed and is fully equipped for the comfort of our disabled guests.

The amenities guests in-room:

  • 36-43 sq.m;
  • one king bed;
  • city view;
  • air conditioning;
  • shower or bathtub;

RUB from 15, 000 / Night
              Including VAT 18%

The hotel is located in the heart of the historical and business districts of Moscow, near the main tourist attractions, business centres, museums and all the major spots for rest and recreation. The hotel's location and the availability of private parking means it is convenient for car-users as well as being within walking distance of public transport.

Behind the art nouveau exterior, designed by the famous Russian architect Pavel Andreev, residents and visitors of Moscow can expect something original in all of the 105 rooms, each of which allows guests to discover a portal to a new adventure. The focal point in each room are the art objects, created by Stanislav Tratsevskiy. Hand-painted panels and monochrome graffiti wall murals complement the original design, and open the door to the unexplored realms of new worlds.


Sever-Yug (North-South) restaurant is the first project in Moscow of creative Michelin-starred brand-chef Angel Pascual. The name of the restaurant reflects the author’s themes on the menu: local food viewed through a prism of personal experience, character and, of course, the skill of a chef from a southern region.

The format of the restaurant, located on the second floor of The StandArt Hotel Moscow, allows you to conduct business meetings in the day and relax at night.


“The opportunity to share my feelings and experiences is my main motivation for creating decorative panels and psychedelic paintings for the StandArt Hotel in Moscow,” he says. In the Deluxe room, a soothing grey palette thanks to Art Beton stucco effect walls, eye-catching "sgraffito" relief artwork by Tratsevskiy, and well-chosen accessories gives the space a striking urban feel. Rounded furniture, door, and even the wall relief soften the overall ambience.


Designed by architect Pavel Andreev — known for the internationally acclaimed redesign of the Bolshoi Theater in 2011—the new building is respectful of the surrounding structural heritage while forging the way for something new in the historic center. The result is an impressive Art Nouveau building. Inside, the mix of styles is also refreshing. The Sever-Yug (north-south) restaurant on the second floor features curved glass and wood ceilings that together with the furniture exude a retro-futuristic vibe.


15 October 2016
It was all perfect!
The stuff are extremely nice and helpful.
The hotel is very clean.
Location is perfect, walking distance to Red Square and major attractions, best cafes and restaurants are few steps aways.
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