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Bld.1,39 Leningradskoe Shosse, Moscow, 125212, Russian Federation


Take advantage of the convenient location of the DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow - Marina to hit the high points of Russias capital, the city with storied past and new vibrant cultural, dining and entertainment scene. Youll need less than 20 minutes, depending on traffic, to get to the historic heart of Moscow with the vast expanse of the Red Square, famed multi-colored domes of the St. Basils Cathedral, the impressive Kremlin complex including the Armory Chamber. Just across the street stands the Bolshoi Theatre, the home to the world-renowned Bolshoi Ballet. Delight yourself with the treasury of the one of the world greatest museums the State Tretyakov Gallery and the Puhkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

The stunning location adjacent to Khimki reservoir offers the guests of DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow- Marina the opportunity to take part in amateur regattas hosted by the Royal Yacht Club and PROyachtingcompany in warm season. Skillful skippers will train you and teach theoretical and practical skills of sailing. Enjoy beach leisure right in the capital of Russia on sandy beach of the famed Moscow Beach Club.

In winter when the surface of the reservoir freezes, skiers can explore picturesque coastwise ski-runs. Rent-a ski service is available in the hotel all the winter long.

Have a sit on wicker sofas of VOD restaurant, just a few steps from the Yacht Club, to enjoy the coastal landscape and experience the flavored dining options. This project of Moscow caterer, ArkadyNovikov, is also famous for its exquisite desserts, one of the best tea selection in Moscow and flavored hookah.

Dynamo sports complex located in a few minutes walk from the hotel offers our guests the best opportunities for tennis, beach volleyball and skating in winter.

Hiking and cycling aficionados can take the equipment on hire and enjoy the shady alleyways in Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo forest reserve. Take a chance to make a walk along the conservation area of the park once-belonged to the wife of Russian tsar Mikhail Fedorovich.

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