The Budapest hotel was built in 1876 by the architect Freudenberg and is now a cultural landmark of Moscow city. During more than a century of history, the hotel has changed name several times; "Russia", "Elite" and "Aurora". Since 1956 the hotel has been known as the "Hotel Budapest". There are 116 rooms in the hotel, and almost all rooms have their own unique layout and design, combining the atmosphere of the beginning of the last century, and modern comfort. The hotel is located in the very heart of Moscow, just steps away from Red Square, the Federation Council of Russia, the Moscow City Government, the City Council, a number of Russian ministries and the Central Bank of Russia. Just a five minute walk away, you can see Big and Small Theatres, Stanislavsky's musical theatre, the Arena and Christ the Saviour Cathedral. The hotel is famous for both its unique location and its high level of customer service, with friendly and experienced staff, and it offers a full range of services and amenities to make guests as comfortable and convenient as possible.
2 Petrovskey Linii Str.
+7 495 925 3050
30 km. to Moscow - Sheremetyevo
46 km. to Domodedovo International Airport
10 km. to Luzhniki Stadium
15 km. to Spartak Stadium
N 55º 46' 50.20"
E 37º 37' 09.70"