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Hotel Nikol'skaya Kempinski Moscow
Located at the corner of Nikol'skaya Street and Lubyanka Square, the Nikol'skaya Kempinski Hotel offers views of the capital's historical downtown area -- the views are of the parts of Moscow one might find on a postcard, and include major landmarks and symbols such as Red Square and the Kremlin. Guests are only a few minutes' walk away from the Bolshoi Theatre, the Duma and GUM, the famous department store.
Massive golden chains at the entrance to the hotel set the tone on arrival and are indicative of the grandeur of the facilities. This impression continues with the decorative covered driveway which ensures that all guests arrive in absolute comfort, even in inclement weather.
The interiors have been designed by Leo International Design Group, which is well known for landmark hotels worldwide, including the Emirates Palace by Kempinski in Abu Dhabi. An abundance of light meets guests when they first step inside and palatial chandeliers feature prominently throughout the Nikol'skaya Kempinski. In fact, the distinctive and unusual lighting features are part of the hotel's design signature.
Like an old-world ocean liner with an upper deck and curved staircases, the lobby area welcomes guests with a multi-coloured stained glass dome and Art Deco furniture. Throughout the hotel, the level of care that has been put into preserving the building's illustrious history is visible. Nonetheless, despite the classic feel, everything has been brought up to date and the facilities are fully modern.
In total, Nikol'skaya Kempinski have 211 spacious rooms and suites, many of which have views of the capital's historical downtown area. Some of them are overlooking the Kremlin and Red Square. A number of rooms have a view of the interior courtyard patio, which offers natural light, peace and quiet. The patio serves as a calm respite from the city's non-stop hustle, and variously styled balconettes grace those rooms. Some rooms also offer direct entrance into the courtyard.
The 157 Deluxe and Superior rooms, many of them with their original high ceilings, are decorated in pale brown and muted beige, giving them a contemporary feel. Fine fabrics, gilded oak, marble and crystal are also present, echoing the Belle Époque era. The accommodation is generous in size: 30-35 sqm for Superior rooms and 35-48 sqm for Deluxe. All the technical facilities are cutting edge. The rooms also feature a comfortable sitting area with a work desk, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, a 42-inch flat-screen interactive TV and a smart control pad. Bathrooms are decorated in white marble with small dark blue and golden mosaic tiles and include a bathtub and a separate shower cabin.
In MosaiK, the all-day dining restaurant, Executive Chef Marco Alban creates a culinary mosaic in an open kitchen. Guests are invited to start in the East, with Oriental and Arabian cuisine, and journey to the West with Mediterranean and Russian dishes. Tapas make an ideal starter while classical steaks, veal steak Orlov, seafood and Caucasian shashlik with house marinades demonstrate Marco Alban's talent and versatility. The open bread oven tells of his love of authenticity. All the original mosaics that frame the windows looking out to Nikol'skaya Street have been restored and add a sense of place and historical touch to the restaurant. Direct access from the street makes MosaiK an independent gastronomic address.
The Orlov Lobby Lounge and Bar bears the name of the first owner of the building. Day and night, the Orlov is the beating heart of the Nikol'skaya Kempinski. Relaxed and casual, it is a tempting showcase of the good things in life: chocolate fountains and freshly made cakes, lobster salad, Blue Peak tea and Masala Chai. A take-away service is planned for pastries and sandwiches. In the evening, when the live music starts up, the cocktail menu and a long list of wines and champagnes are always on offer.
The conference facilities are ultra-modern: lit either by natural daylight or contemporary chandeliers, they are designed to host events for as few as 16 or as many as 180 people. Highlights include the Kandinsky grand ballroom, with an area of 200 sqm, designed for world class receptions, cocktails and important celebrations, and the Malevich boardroom, which overlooks Lubyanka Square.