C$ 45 - C$ 124
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MOSCOW||North-Eastern Administrative Okrug||42% cheaper||Hotels in North-Eastern Administrative Okrug are the cheapest in Moscow at just C$ 45 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MOSCOW||Tverskoy District||37% more expensive||Tverskoy District has the highest priced hotels in Moscow with rooms averaging C$ 124 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MOSCOW||Tverskoy District||62% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Tverskoy District than any other neighbourhood in Moscow|
Those looking for a hotel near Red Square should expect to pay C$ 369/night for area hotels. Below are the 11 best hotel options in the area. Hotels near Red Square are typically 82% more expensive than the average hotel in Moscow, which is C$ 64.
|Low season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||March||most expensive time to stay|
|41%||expected price decrease|
|70%||expected price increase|
C$ 88 - C$ 488
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|C$ 270||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|C$ 98||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Moscow is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 12 days before.|
C$ 24 - C$ 32
C$ 59 - C$ 72
C$ 119 - C$ 138
Moscow represents all the convenience of a developed metropolis. It boasts one of the most impressive subway systems of any city, making booking a cheap hotel in Moscow less of a logistical matter, so much so that you could settle it by just finding a cheap hotel that suits your requirements. The metro has a number of options for prepaid tickets, allowing for further saving when you know you will be traveling a lot. Moscow has a competent tram system you may want to make use of for shorter distance trips. This system is particularly great for getting around from Moscow hotels in the city center. Kitay-Gorod is the neighborhood most often recommended to first-time tourists, while Presnensky is ideal for those traveling on a smaller budget. Aside from the metro, and trams, conventional taxis, and on-demand rideshare services operate in all major areas in Moscow, and service areas that boast cheap hotels in Moscow.
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Moscow is a bustling metropolis, and as such, it would be unwise to visit without planning an itinerary. There's genuinely so much to do and see for a single trip lasting only a week or two. With that in mind, you may choose to book a hotel near the central district should your visit be for business. That said, if you do have free time available, it may be worth looking into accommodation in one of the areas more popular with tourists, such as the above-mentioned Tverskoy area. Finding a cheap hotel booking that gives easy access to some of the more interesting cultural experiences while accommodating your professional minutiae is ideal. If your visit is for the purposes of a holiday, you will do well to stay in the Khamovniki area, offering access to local entertainment spots, bars, clubs, and eateries. Should your holiday include family, you may consider opting for accommodation in the Basmanny area, a suburb that is known for clean streets and a relaxed atmosphere.
While everyone is always on about the Moscow Kremlin, the city has a lot more to offer than only the one structure. One of the more interesting sites is Tsaritsyno Palace, located in Dol'skaya Ulitsa, home of Catherine the Great. One of history's more eccentric royals, she lived a colorful life while exerting immense resources of the design and upkeep of her home. The general idea behind her approach to the decor was that if Mother Russia were to compete on the same stage as other European countries, so should their decor. The result is one of the most grandiose residences in all of Europe. The Tsaritsyno Palace is easily reached by the metro system from anywhere in Moscow. Another must-see is the department store known as GUM. Located on the Red Square, this monumental shopping center is so lavish in design and execution that it serves to juxtapose the perception of Russian objectivism with the sensibilities of renaissance design.
Tverskoy is the unrivaled hub of the Moscow nightlife scene. Known to be trendy and comparable to any major city in its modern aesthetic, this neighborhood wants for nothing as far as the entertainment industry is concerned. Perhaps best described as the convergence of old-world Russian opulence and modernity in its international design, the area boasts a concentration of bars, nightclubs and eateries to rival any party capital. Other unique destinations throughout the capital include the White Rabbit, a rooftop restaurant located in Smolenskaya Square, with a panoramic view of the surrounding city. Amongst the various hotspots, those looking to experience unique culinary creations will find no end to traditional and modern fusion. Each neighborhood can be easily accessed with Moscow’s extensive public transportation system.
Moscow hosts a number of notable events across its annual calendar. Perhaps most noteworthy is the September celebration of Moscow city's birth. Venues are scattered throughout Moscow, making participation accessible via public transportation. The Chess and Jazz festival in Moscow taking place in view of Hermitage Garden, in Moscow Central in September, is another unique experience and is followed by a slew of winter festivities throughout Moscow and Russia on the whole. September also boasts the Moscow yoga festival.
3 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Moscow.
A hotel room in Moscow will generally set you back around C$ 117 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.
The cheapest month to book a hotel in Moscow is January. The cost of your room could be as much as 41% cheaper than in peak months.
At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Moscow is Saturday, with Wednesday being the most expensive.
Moscow Hostels typically cost in the region of C$ 37 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average C$ 80 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Moscow.
Whilst there are several neighbourhoods to choose from, most users tend to stick to Krasnoselsky District, Southern Administrative Okrug, Tverskoy District and Zamoskvorechye District when staying in Moscow.
With an average temperature of 12 °C and expected precipitation of 50 mm, May is a great month to explore the outdoors near Moscow.
Yes, the city of Moscow has hostels available. You can choose from 144 Moscow hostels. We recommend staying at Capsule Hotel 47 Nebo, which is the most popular among our users. Search for hostels in Moscow.
Park Tower Hotel
27 Dmitrovskoye Building 1, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
The Rooms Boutique Hotel
Nikoloyamskaya Street, 38/23, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Prince Park Hotel
Novoyasenevskiy pr., 1-B/1, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Mövenpick Moscow Taganskaya
Zemlyanoy Val 70, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Mercure Arbat Moscow
Smolenskaya Square 6, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
12, Nikolskaya Str., Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Leningradsky Prospekt 37, Bldg 9, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Chekhoff Hotel Moscow, Curio Collection by Hilton
11 Malaya Dmitrovka Str., Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Marriott Royal Aurora Hotel
11 Petrovka Street, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Capsule Hotel 47 Nebo
Presnenskaya Nab., 6, Bldg. 2, Of. 4733, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Golden Rooms Hotel
Nikoloyamskaya Street, 38/23, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Leninsky Prospect, 146, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park
Leningradsky Avenue 36 Building 33, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Blagoveshenskiy Pereulok 1a, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
Mezhdunarodnoye Shosse Ownership 3 Khimki District, Moscow, Moscow, Russia
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