Observation Deck of the Ukraine Hotel

Observation deck of the hotel Ukraine located on the 33rd floor of the historic Radisson Royal Hotel, known also as a legendary Stalin skyscraper, in the heart of Moscow. The year-round opened most picturesque viewing point of the city is one of the highest and offers breathtaking views of the city.

Its feature – panoramic 360 degree view over the city. Blessed with one of the best locations in Moscow, the guests have a great opportunity to admire the illuminated Ostankino Tower and the shining modern Moscow City complex, to see vessels passing across the Moskva Rivers, the Cathedral’s of Christ the Saviour golden domes, the snow-white Government building, green Victory park and Vorobyovy Gory.

The observation deck is located on two floors. The lower level opens all year round. The outdoor level is available during a warm season.

Please note!

Your Moscow CityPass card also includes one free drink* (tea, coffee, juice, or mineral water).

How to get to the Observation Deck of the Ukraine Hotel

Get off at Kiyevskaya metro station, walk along Ukrainsky Boulevard approximately 10 minutes towards Kutuzovsky Avenue or on Green line (route #2) double-decker tourist bus up to Ukraine Hotel bus stop.

Through the main entrance of the Ukraine Hotel (Radisson Royal Hotel) go to the elevator on your right up to the 29th floor. On the way out of the elevator, tell the hostess that you need to get to the observation deck.

Contacts and location

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.


Free Entry to the all City Sightseeings
Guidebook + city map
in russian, english and chinese
Transport pass
for 20 rides
(only for CityPass
with transport)
SIM card:
calls and internet (24 hours for free)
Discounts and benefits
in the shops, restaurants and taxies
Without queuing
To the top attractions


2/1, Bldg. 1, Kutuzovsky Avenue, Moscow, the main entrance of the Ukraine Hotel, 33rd floor


+7(495) 229-8308



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  • Great
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