Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

27 New Hotels Will Be Opened In Moscow In 2018
12.01.2018 06:15
27 New Hotels Will Be Opened In Moscow In 2018

The number of hotels in Moscow will increase in 2018 by more than 5.5 thousand rooms, the press service of Moskomstroyinvest reports with reference to the head of the committee Konstantin Timofeev. "In 2018, the city plans to open another 27 hotel facilities for 5,552 rooms. On 20 sites, construction and installation work is being carried out at different stages." - K. Timofeev comments.

      He added that in the first and second quarters of 2018, eight hotels are planned to be put into operation: Krasnoprudnaya, 12; ul. Rogozhsky Val, 12; ul. Lyapidevsky,  1; Serebryanichesky lane, 12; Prospect Vernadskogo, 84, building. 2; ul. Ozernaya, 2A; Kosmodamianskaya nab.,  28; ul. Bolshaya Spasskaya, 4, building 1, Dokuchaev per., 2.

      In 2019, it is planned to build and put into operation 11 hotel facilities for 1,311 rooms.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Chestnut Festival In Sochi
Tourist Police Will Appear In St. Petersburg
A Large-scale Light and Music Show will be Launched On the Embankment of Kama
Top Unique Objects of the Altai Territory
The Most Polluted Cities Of Russia

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share


search on the map
Dmitrii Bykov  Exhibitions in Moscow  Cranes  Russian monastery  Samara  Great Patriotic War  Russian Cinema  Russian market  Dmitry Dyuzhev  Russian companies  drugs control  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Russian history  Karelia  State Duma  the Ob River  Russian ballet dancers  Russian political parties  drug abuse  Russian Literature  Tigers  Chekhov  Thermal Springs  Zenit  Sochi Olympics  Buryat Republic  St. Petersburg  Architecture Monuments  Archeology  Vladivostok  Karachev  Konstantin Kedrov  Rostov Region  Festivals in Moscow  Gennady Timchenko  National Parks  Moscow  Valley of Geysers  Dmitry Khvorostovsky   Sabine Weiss  Russian business  Russian tourism  Yevgeny Boratynsky  New Year  Russian science  Ryazan  Blondie  the Russian Army   sanctions  Russian customs 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites