Assambleya Nikitskaya Hotel is located in the very heart of Moscow. This area is considered to be a cultural, historical and business center of the capital. Opposite from the Hotel is the Bolshoi Hall of the Conservatory, and other landmarks of the city are within a walking distance as well: The Red Square, The State Historical Museum, The Pokrovsky Cathedral (St. Basil’s Cathedral), The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Artcentre. Moscow. The Kremlin walls are in sight form the hotel.
Assambleya Nikitskaya is a historical hotel in Moscow, situated in a centuries-old building that belonged to the grandson of the famous associate and favourite of Peter the Great – Major General Sergey Menshikov. The hotel building consists of the right wing and the outhouse of the federal architecture monument House of Duke S. A. Menshikov – grandson of Peter the Great's favourite. In 2007 the house was re-built in accordance with the original project from the arсhives, and the unique architecture of a lost masterpiece has been recreated.
How to get to the sale point
From the Okhotny Riad metro station follow the «Exit to Okhotny Riad Store» («выход к ТК «Охотный ряд»)signs, this will take you to Tverskaya Street. Next follow up the street until the Gazetny Lane crossing (The Central Telegraph building can be your reference point here). Then you turn left and go down the Gazetny Lane until the intersection with Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street. The hotel is located at the intersection of Gazetny Lane and Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street.
Where to buy the CityPass
The Moscow CityPass sells at the hotel reception.
What else does Moscow CityPass include
Moscow CityPass is a single electronic card for tourists, which include visits to the best museums and excursions, the best deals and discounts.
MOSCOW CITYPASS SERVICE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Free Entry to the all
in russian, english and chinese
for 20 rides
(only for CityPass
calls and internet
(24 hours for free)
in the shops, restaurants and taxies
To the top attractions
Contacts and location
12, Bldg. 2, Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street, Moscow, the hotel reception
Biblioteka Imeni Lenina
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