Tverskaya Street (Russian: Тверская улица, IPA: [tvʲɪrˈskajə ˈulʲɪt͡sə]), known between 1935 and 1990 as Gorky Street (Russian: улица Горького), is the main radial street in Moscow. The street runs Northwest from the central Manege Square in the direction of Saint Petersburg and terminates at the Garden Ring, giving the name to Tverskoy District. The route continues further as First Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street, Leningradsky Avenue and Leningradskoye Highway.
Tourists are told that Tverskaya Street existed as early as the 12th century. Its importance for the medieval city was immense, as it connected Moscow with its superior, and later chief rival, Tver. At that time, the thoroughfare crossed the Neglinnaya River. The first stone bridge across the Neglinnaya was set up in 1595.
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Mark Pullen | Apr 11, 2018
My room was wonderful and comfortable. Very much 5 star. You don't get gushing hotel service, but it's efficient and helpful, no issue at all for me. (You'd expect a porter at this sort of hotel at the driveway to help bring your bags in, but I didn't see any.) Didn't do much there, but I did enjoy the breakfast, and was open very I think after midday when I strolled in after a good sleep in. Can't get more in the centre of Moscow. Attached couple of photos from the room showing how close to the Kremlin.
Cj Cox | Apr 23, 2018
This place has a great and amazing view, however the food and service was horrible. We ordered the ribeye well done, it came to us basically raw. The O2 burger that we were served looked like it had been sitting for 30 minutes before we had gotten it. Something you would expect from McDonald's, too much sauce, burger slips out from between the bun, old lettuce. The only decent food was the small cookies I was served with my espresso. Certainly not coming back to this place. And 5000 rubles for a hookah? What a rip-off.
Dominic Sandell | Feb 1, 2018
I think I spend more than a year with the number of nights since 10 years at the Ritz Carlton In Moscow. All the room have a god set up, the club room with the club floor is really valuable and we will not be disappointed for the extra cost of it. The view on the club lounge and the O2 bar on the 12 floor is stunning. The service is a real 5 stars service. The location is exactly where you want to be in Moscow.....
Tanmay Mirani | May 22, 2018
Had light dinner at the O2 lounge. Fantastic view of the nearby Kremlin and St. Basil's cathedral. Friendly service and good drinks and food.
Alexander Strakhov | Apr 3, 2018
Staff was really not helpful, lazy and not friendly at all. I came there to take forgotten belongings for a friend of mine, and the stuff didn't even bother looking for the letter my friend send them, they simply told me that they don't know anything and I should go away. Chairs are cozy thought.
Alon Hillel-Tuch | Jun 20, 2018
Probably my least favorite one. Kind of stuck up and pretentious. The one in Vienna is great, much more casual and accessible.
LivanovPhD | Jul 18, 2018
The main facade looks really good. But the glass parapet of the highest floor looks a bit occasional due to difference between luxurious stone facade and blueish glass of the former. Interior of the main hall is interesting and cosy with it's warm colours. There also a musician playing on the piano completing the atmosphere. It's only my humble opinion, but the classic Corinthian pylons of the main hall contrast rather hard with glass and metal of the canopy with is near to the entrance, on the street. The sight from the roof of the building left unforgettable impression: the whole Moscow is in reach of an eye. There is also a vault-like space inside the building crowned with glass roof. It is illumination depends on the weather outside. The service is very friendly and adequate. You also can walk in freely.
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