Marco Polo Presnja
The Marco Polo Presnja is a respectable 4 star boutique Hotel in Moscow nearby the main attractions of the capital, large business centers, and embassies. Built in 1904 by the well-known English architect William Wallcott, the building of the Marco Polo Presnja is a historical hotel which retains its elegance till today. Before the revolution the building was used by British and American elite, and in Soviet times it became a private hotel with the prestigious restaurant for the Soviet Government members, and obviously the doors of this building were closed for the rest. And just at the beginning of the 90's an Austrian firm turned this house into one of the finest hotels in Moscow.
Today the Marco Polo Presnja is proud to be rated a 4 star hotel in Moscow and offers to its guests comfortable large rooms with individual design, a wide range of services, and high level of service.
How to get to the sale point
The boutique hotel located near the Tverskaya metro station (exit towards Tverskaya street). From the glass metro door walk straight to the end of the pedestrian underpass, exit to the city by right stairs. Landmarks are Beneton store and Sberbank. Moving in the direction of Sberbank, take a turn to first arch on Maly Palashevsky lane and go straight: 7-10 minutes along Bolshoy Palashevsky lane, then after the traffic lights - 1 minute along Spiridonyevskiy lane.
Where to buy the CityPass?/h4>
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
9, Bldg. 1, Spiridonyevsky Lane, Moscow, the hotel reception
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