December 17, 2014
The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow (Russia) has been named “World's Leading Luxury Business Hotel 2014” at the World Travel Awards at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla. The hotel is operated by Carlson Rezidor, one of the most dynamic hotel groups and the leading international hotel operator in Russia/CIS & Baltics.
The five-star Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow achieved the prestigious award for the fourth year in a row. The hotel's total collection of World Travel Awards now consists of 17 golden statues – mirroring the property's outstanding standards and services at the top of the international competition.
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 re-opened its doors in April 2010 after an extensive three-years renovation – today it features 497 elegant guest rooms & suites as well as 38 serviced apartments. The rooms and public spaces 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.
For business demands the Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow comprises 13 versatile meeting and conference rooms as well as the Congress Park – a new world-class conference space located just opposite the hotel. The Congress Park features five multifunctional rooms with state-of-the-art equipment and including the Congress Hall (1,682 square meters) that can be devided into five rooms.
The hotel's nine restaurants and bars belong to the best in the city and allow guests to enjoy fine dining in Moscow without ever leaving the ground. The hotel also offers the opportunity for a lunch or dinner on the Moskva River on the Yacht Restaurants which operate year round – passing by the most picturesque sights of the Russian Capital.
Launched in 1993, the World Travel Awards honour the achievements of the most distinguished players on the international tourism market, and are considered to be the “Oscars” of the global hospitality industry.