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Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel

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.


This incredible bar offers homemade tinctures with absolutely unexpected ingredients.
Balalaika is a Russian musical instrument, and here a whole wall is dedicated to varieties of this instrument. The unique thing about this bar is their homemade tinctures, including some vodka-based ones with wasabi, orange, coffee, grapefruit and cinnamon. If you went too far with alcohol yesterday, their signature soup “Hangover” will bring you back to life.
Address: Arbat, 23, Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 495 740 90 61
Opening hours: DAILY 12:00-00:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.64 mi

Food Embassy

This restaurant uses seasonal products to create a fusion of national traditions and international culinary trends.
Food Embassy is located next to the Palm tree arboretum in Moscow State University's Aptekarskiy Ogorod - one of the prettiest parks in the city. Scandinavian minimalism dominates the interior. The menu is comprised of simple and affordable dishes that are big favorites in such gastronomic meccas as New York, London and Hong Kong. The youngest members of the family are also very welcome here.
Address: Prospekt Mira 26/8, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 256 04 03
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12:00 - 00:00; Sat-Sun 10:00-00:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.73 mi
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Duran Bar

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: Tue - Wed: 16:00 PM - 12:00 AM, Thu-Sat 17:00 PM - 06:00 AM
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.9 mi

Shchusev Architectural Museum

Explore over a million artifacts that speak of Russia's great cultural legacy and the secrets of its monuments.
A truly remarkable heritage complex, the Shchusev Museum offers in-depth insight into the awe-inspiring millennia-long legacy of the architectural history of the country. This interactive space welcomes thousands of visitors each year to explore both the past and the future architecture.
Address: Ulitsa Vozdvizhenka 5, Moscow, 119019, Russia
Phone: +7 (495) 691 21 09
Opening hours: Tu - Su 11:00 - 20:00, Th 13:00 - 21:00, Mo - day off
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.47 mi


Discover authentic French & Russian cuisine in a memorable setting at the vibrant bistro in the cultural hub of Moscow.
The restaurant has a cozy ambiance and retro vibe amplified by the vintage black and white photos, memorabilia and artifacts dedicated to the Normandie-Niemen regiment for which the restaurant is named. Dine on dishes like rabbit terrine, duck confit, coq au vin, grilled beef, and citrus-marinated salmon that pair perfectly with French wines from Bourgogne, Saint-Émilion and Bordeaux.
Address: Blagoveshchenskiy pereulok 5, Moscow, 123001, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 (495) 650 44 50
Opening hours: 12:00 - 0:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.13 mi


Moscow’s first authentic barbershop, Pomades includes a brioline store and a bar.
Looking forward to refreshing your style? You should try visiting this magnificent place in the city centre. No booking. No included extra services. Just real queue, real people and authentic haircuts. Here you can choose from a great variety of pomades, briolines, and waxes, or refresh with some local cider.
Address: 3d Tverskaya-Yamskaya 21/23, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 499 372 08 20
Opening hours: Monday - Friday from 12:00 - 21:00 Thursday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 1.85 mi


This is a real paradise for people who can’t live without sweets with beautiful Russian name – Katusha.
Katusha is one of the most useful, patriotic and beautiful Russian names. Gastronomic boutique Katusha is a confectionery shop, grocery store and restaurant under one roof. Delicious pastries and original handmade cakes are created right here by traditional French recipes. Apple-caramel cake and honey cake are must to try! Their flavors will bring you back to your childhood.
Address: Bolshaya Dmitrovka 23/1, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 629 32 88
Opening hours: 10:00 - 23:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.73 mi

Russian Samovary

Great choice of beautiful samovars and other Russian goods.
Russian souvenirs for any taste – from traditional wooden dolls (matryoshkas) to marvelous porcelain, as well as painted plates and dishes, colorful pavloposadskie and orenburskie shawls. A courteous and polite staff will kindly assist you to find out the best traditional souvenirs from Moscow.
Address: Malaya Nikitskaya st. 33, bld. 1, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 721 07 09
Opening hours: 10:00 - 20:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.85 mi
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New forms of traditional Russian cuisine in an unusual interior.
The new project of famous Russian designer Denis Simachev is located in few steps from Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre hotel. The design is inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris. The result is a strange retro-futuristic interior with 40 thousand mobile glittering metal plates at the ceiling. The main idea of the menu is the new look at traditional Russian dishes.
Address: Nordstar Tower Business Center, Begovaya Street, 3, build. 1, Moscow, Russia
Phone: + 7 915 243 3030
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 8.30 AM to 23.00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 1.18 mi

Vensky Tsekh

Have you ever tried cakes made using traditional Soviet recipes? You definitely should! It's the real taste of Russia!
This small shop with a tiny cafe is located on the site of the old confectionery factory 'Bolshevik.' The building, completed in 1884 with the first electric lights in Moscow, is a famous heritage landmark. Nowadays visitors are able to buy a variety of cakes made using the classic Soviet recipes. Saleswomen are dressed in the style of the Soviet 60th and warmly greet every visitor.
Address: Leningradsky prospect 15, Moscow, 125040, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 903 228 22 43
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 - 20:00, Sat - Sun 10:00 - 20:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 0.69 mi

Sokol (Artists’) Village

The piece of rural life in the northwest part of Moscow with special atmosphere different from the usual city routine.
For some reason all the streets of this area are named after famous Russian artists (Vrubel, Levitan, Savrasov, Kiprenskiy). The village consists of wooden and brightly colored houses. So when you are here you wouldn't guess that you are almost inside the Moscow city center. The village is especially beautiful in May, when all trees and flowers here are blooming
Address: Sokol district, Moscow, Russian Federation
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 3.29 mi


A small cozy bar for those who want to discover incredible combinations of oysters with alcohol.
Close to central Tverskaya Street in an old mansion is this amazing oyster bar that is hidden from crowd. Dim light, lounge music, champagne, and oysters makes this perhaps the best place for a romantic rendezvous. Professional bartenders prepare unusual signature cocktails such as the Oyster Shot, the White Pearl, the Mary Oyster, and many others.
Address: Trekhprudny Lane 10/2, Moscow, Russian Federation
Phone: +7 495 650 54 44
Opening hours: Daily 12:00-00:00
Hotel: Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
Distance: 2.39 mi

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  • Fitness Center
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Indoor Pool
  • Whirlpool
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning