A Luxury Collection Destination, Russia
A legendary metropolis, the Russian capital’s legacy is deep and varied. Artists and writers have left their marks just as deeply as the imperial dynasties and soviet leaders who once ruled here. The Moscow of today is one of the world’s most distinctive destinations, renowned for exceptional theater, design, architecture, and an emerging culinary scene.
The best of opera, ballet, modern dance, musical and puppet theater take to stages across the city during this festival showcasing Russian theater.
View performances from Russian and Baltic writers and performers during this celebration of “Theater for the People” named for renowned Russian playwright Anton Chekhov.
Big name chefs and restaurants open their doors with special menus for this culinary event that also includes pop-up restaurants, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, and a gourmet market.
First held in 1935, this cinema-focused event highlights and honors notable works from international and Russian filmmakers.
The summer harvest is celebrated with preserves workshops, jam and fruit tasting events, and performances in city squares to mark this sweet festival.
The capital city’s birthday is a fittingly grand celebration with dancing, theater performances, film screenings, outdoor concerts, and a fantastic fireworks display to cap the weekend-long party.
Watch as iconic buildings throughout Moscow are transformed by the 200 light installations projected onto their facades during this free spectacular.
Watch as tennis stars take to the indoor courts as part of the Women’s Tennis Association and ATP World Tour 250 Series.
Style-conscious Muscovites turn out in well-heeled droves to preview the upcoming spring and summer fashions from established fashion houses and emerging designers.
The glass-ceilinged winter garden atrium is a light-filled spot for coffee and a bakery basket in the morning, and a candle-lit piano bar that’s perfect for a nightcap come evening.
Indulge in 19th-century dishes such as the Ukha Russian soup with salmon, pike perch, and vodka, or Vareniki Russian dumplings filled with cherries at the Alexandrovsky Bar.
Explore the iconic churches and museums within the Kremlin and Red Square.
Indulge in a classic massage or relax in a Jacuzzi overlooking the domed rooftops of Moscow city center.
Moscow turns on the charm with a stay in a romantic room, the mood set with sparkling wine and flowers and breakfast in bed daily.
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