Our Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel is the epitome of good taste and style. Whether business or leisure brings you to Moscow, we have everything you need for your visit to go like a dream. With 12 meeting and conference halls and impeccable 5-star service as standard, we can guarantee that your event will be a roaring success. Meanwhile, our three highly rated restaurants, well-appointed health club and lavish executive lounge will have you fullly relaxed and ready to take on the world. We are near Moscow's business center and many tourist attractions, meaning we're ideally located whatever the purpose of your visit. Our Navigator Olga has the inside knowledge of all the best places to go in this ever-changing city.
At Twins the Berezutski brothers combine their culinary talents to craft dishes blending traditional Russian flavors with modern techniques.
Dining is a social experience, and nowhere is this more evident than at Twins. The rustic simplicity of the restaurant's interiors and the verdant summer patio create a welcoming atmosphere to appreciate a gourmet meal in a casual setting. Dine on innovative plates that highlight fresh seasonal ingredients like the scallop ceviche with cabbage and red currants or the lamb shoulder with mushrooms and baked rhubarb. Unlike traditional eateries, vegetarians will find many options to appreciate as well here. Save room for dessert, as their buckwheat porridge with black currants and the gingerbread and prune ice cream are creative and delicious options. Be sure to book your table well in advance.
Address: 13 Malaya Bronnaya ulitsa, Moscow, 123104, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 695 4510
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Website: http://twinsmoscow.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.8 mi
food / 2.8 mi
This loft-turned-bar features chic decor, creative drinks and exotic eats - it's the only place you'll find zebu antelope on the menu.
The Duran Bar is the place to be on a Friday evening, and getting in is nearly impossible without a prior reservation. The who's who of Moscow society party here, where live music, guest DJs and perfectly-mixed drinks set the mood for a great night out. This industrial loft features immense floor-to-ceiling windows, vintage-meets-modern decor, a caviar bar, and stunning views of Moskva River. Sip on innovative cocktails crafted with the finest top-shelf liquors as you dance the night away. Come here during the day to savor a variety of carefully-plated contemporary dishes like the fondue with Black Sea shellfish or caramelized chicken liver with pears and berries. Vegans and vegetarians will appreciate the raw food options that are available.
Address: 15 ulitsa Rochdelskaya, Moscow, 123022, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 965 139 2929
Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM,Friday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 AM
Website: http://www.barduran.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.9 mi
drink / 2.9 mi
While Winil champions wines made using time-honored styles and methods, its shop fully meets the standards of the modern wine bar.
Winil has an ideology and is passionate about it. Rather than chasing modern wine trends, Winil revels in the traditional styles of German Riesling, Italian Nebbiolo, and Champagne, and carries a collection of 65 types of wine made using centuries-old methods. The interior of the wine bar and restaurant, which is right off alley Dashkova, is designed using shades and colors of darker wines. Enjoy a Burgundy with an indulgent snack like glazed bovine tongue with cream of celery in a setting perfectly fit for wine.
Address: 5/36 Zubovskaya, Moscow, 119121, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 499 246 84 38
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Website: http://www.winilbar.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 4.3 mi
drink / 4.3 mi
The Cheese Sommelier takes cheeses as seriously as fine wine, and specializes in cheese pairing and preparation.
Alexander Krupetskii, a computer programmer turned cheese sommelier, spouts knowledge from behind the counter and in the stocked aisles of this formidable cheese shop. He knows the particular stories behind every cheese and what food and wine to pair with each. The collection of cheeses here is impressive, with sbrints, etives, mimolets, manchegos, rote hexes, and many others decking the shelves of the kitchen-sized store. Ever passionate, Krupetskii manages Cheese Sommelier like a proper enterprise rather than a neighborhood shop, with master classes, tastings, and preparation workshops.
Address: 9/1 Oktyabryskaya Street, Moscow, 127018, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 925 735 10 38
Opening hours: Sunday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Website: http://www.chesom.ru/cheeseHotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.9 mi
shop / 2.9 mi
The best things come in small and elegant sizes in this gem of a hole-in-the-wall, independent jewelry store.
Located on the second floor of an ordinary building west of Bank Moskvy, Sakharok is a miniature, finely-cut gem of a jewelry store and showroom. Despite its secluded location, the store has been very popular since it opened. Sakharok carries jewelry from independent designers not usually found in shopping centers, and most designers are Russian, and some are local artisans. The unusual ornaments and pendants here are chosen for their simplicity, geometric beauty, and minimalism. Sakharok is a great place to find a gift and revel in its elegance.
Address: 35 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street, Apartment 1, Moscow, 121069, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 7926 991 10 51
Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM,Saturday from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.saharokstore.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.4 mi
shop / 3.4 mi
Savor creative dishes prepared with locally-sourced ingredients as you sip on craft cocktails like the Kumquatic at this chef-driven eatery.
Delicatessen is cozy, quirky and deliciously off-beat. You'll find this restaurant tucked away in a quiet nook off the Garden Ring. The vintage interiors are inviting, featuring a traditional carved wooden bar, artfully-scuffed flooring and a real stone fireplace. Dine on original dishes like beef stew with Sorrento lemonade, savory french toast with rich gravy, and black lasagna with pork ear ragout and white mushrooms. The restaurant makes its own infusions, creating unusual drink combinations to surprise and intrigue the palate. The restaurant may be hard to find, but its well worth the effort for a culinary experience you won't soon forget.
Address: 20 Sadovaya-Karetnaya ulitsa, Moscow, 127051, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 699 3952
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Website: http://www.newdeli.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.8 mi
food / 2.8 mi
Stylish, upscale and original, PINCH offers visually-stunning plates that surprise your palate with fresh and unusual flavor combinations.
Chef Luigi Magni channels his experience at famed restaurants like Uilliam's, and knowledge of molecular gastronomy into creating a globally-inspired modern menu. Dine on dishes like beef tartar with yuzu emulsion; smoked octopus with beetroot foam; and gnocchi, mussel and bottarga sea pearls. Get a front row seat at the chef's table, and watch first hand how each dish is prepared. Their innovative dessert menu is equally intriguing with creations that will expand your culinary boundaries; opt for the pickled red pepper dessert or the avocado cake with citrus. The contemporary-chic interiors feature rustic wooden tables, a neon-lit bar, and an open-floor design.
Address: 2 Bolshoy Palashevskiy pereulok, Moscow, 123104, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 691 9988
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 07:30 AM to 12:30 AM
Website: http://pinch-cafe.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.5 mi
food / 2.5 mi
This scenic garden was first commissioned in 1701 to grow medicinal herbs for hospitals. It's a great dose of nature in Moscow!
This beautiful garden in Moscow has a history dating back over 300 years. It was first commissioned by Peter the Great to provide medicinal herbs to hospitals and the military. Now, the gardens provide visitors a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Stroll through this peaceful place and admire the many varieties of plants grown here.
Address: 26 Prospekt Mira, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 680 72 22
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Website: http://www.hortus.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.7 mi
see / 3.7 mi
If you are all about mystery and intrigue, then stop by Mendeleev Bar for a taste of dark glamour and delicious cocktails.
Mendeleev Bar is a speakeasy that boasts a cocktail menu courtesy of a famous Russian mixologist. Located in a historic area of Moscow (Petrovka Street in downtown), the intrigue begins at the secret entrance, which is located in a noodle shop called “Lucky Noodles.” Inside is an extraordinarily unique basement space that boasts velvety couches and antique furniture, where you can lounge around while listening to live music. There are a plethora of signature cocktails to choose from, and the knowledgeable bartenders are happy to chat and help with your selection.
Address: 20/1 Ulitsa Petrovka, Moscow, 107031, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 625 3385
Opening hours: Tuesday to Wednesday from 06:00 PM to 01:00 AM,Thursday from 06:00 PM to 03:00 AM,Friday to Saturday from 08:00 PM to 06:00 AM,Sunday from 06:00 PM to 01:00 AM
Website: http://www.mendeleevbar.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.1 mi
drink / 3.1 mi
Opt for the 45-minute tour and explore this interactive farm that is home to 57 species of animals like the zebu and Saanen goat.
Immerse yourself in life on a working farm as you learn how to take care of animals, feed them, and play with them. This interactive exhibition offers classes, workshops, and lectures for parents and children to develop an understanding of agronomy and economy in a fun and entertaining manner. Kids can undertake quests, learn painting, archery, gardening, and more on premises. There is a smithy where you can learn to forge your own tools, wood carving workshops, and pottery classes. Quests challenge kids to be creative and resourceful; they are given a series of engaging activities to complete while following a map, either on their own or with their parents. Younger visitors will love stopping by the enclosures where they can feed the lope-eared rabbits and baby sheep.
Address: 119 prospekt Mira, VDNKh, Moscow, 129223, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 544 3400
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 5.8 mi
see / 5.8 mi
Need an adrenaline boost? Nothing beats go-karting in Moscow's largest racing arena.
Arena GP Karting Club boasts the absolute best go-karting track in Moscow, offering a technical circuit layout with brand new karts as well as the option to race indoors or outdoors. Dive into a world of adrenaline and boldness – you can either attend classes to learn the basics, engage in a little recreational karting, or host private events where you can participate in competitions with friends. After you’ve spent the day racing, visit the café for a delicious sandwich and refreshing drink.
Address: 19 Bumazhniy proezd, Building 1, Moscow, 127015, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 540 57 63
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 04:00 PM to 12:00 AM,Friday from 04:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Saturday from 12:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Sunday from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Website: http://arena-gp.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 1.8 mi
see / 1.8 mi
This traditional rynok (market) from the Soviet era has been recently revamped and is now a great place to glimpse a slice of local life.
Instantly recognizable by its iconic dome, this covered farmer's market is one of the best places to look for local specialties, seasonal produce and unique souvenirs. Row upon row of stalls display everything from heaps of chanterelles, artisan cheeses, homemade preserves, fresh honey, and handmade pastas to traditional earthenware and crafts. The friendly vendors lay out samples to try and are happy to explain their wares. Workshops and classes offered regularly make this a fun place to spend an afternoon for the entire family. Hungry? Stop by one of the cafes to enjoy a snack or glass of wine.
Address: 74 Mytnaya Street, Moscow, 115191, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 9686323827
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 08:00 AM to 09:00 PM
Website: http://danrinok.ru/Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 6.4 mi
shop / 6.4 mi