Moscow Hotels

Hotel Cosmos, Moscow

st. Smolenskaya, 8 Moscow, Russia

Hotel Cosmos

The Cosmos Hotel was built based on a French design in anticipation of the Olympic Games held in Moscow in 1980. And since then, it can be called a Moscow landmark. The building looks especially impressive in the evening, in the light of neon lights. The hotel is popular not only among tourists, it is of great interest also among filmmakers (a large number of films were shot here, including Timur Bekmambetov’s “Day Watch”) and now, in addition to its stars, the hotel has another star of popularity. Cosmos is one of the largest hotels in Moscow - a 25-story building located on Prospekt Mira Street and adjacent to the All-Russian Exhibition Center (VVC), the Ostankino TV Tower, the Olympic Sports Complex, the Botanical Garden and the Losiny Ostrov National Nature Reserve. The hotel has 1,777 rooms of different classes and can accommodate more than two thousand guests at a time. In addition to luxurious rooms, the hotel boasts a grandiose complex with entertainment centers, conference rooms equipped in accordance with all international standards, exhibition areas, bars and restaurants. The Cosmos Hotel is a repeated winner of various competitions in the field of hospitality; here you will find a high level of service and all this at reasonable prices.

Room Amenities

— Bathroom
— By telephone
— Satellite TV
— Refrigerator

Hotel Services

— Additional security services

Property Amenities

- Currency exchange
-Conference rooms (10-250 seats)
-Concert/congress hall
-Business center
-Banquet halls (20-600 seats)
-Luggage storage
-SPA- center
-Night club
-Fitness club
-Luggage storage
-Children's club
-Communication from the hotel
-Dry cleaning and laundry
-Beauty saloon