We stayed in this hotel on a group tour. Situated equidistant between the nearest Metro Station and the Moskva River on the intersection of two fairly busy roads nevertheless it was remarkably quiet inside. The rooms were spacious with all the usual facilities, WiFi, flat screen TV, safe, kettle, tea/coffee, vanity items, iron & board, drying line in the bathroom, etc. Beds really comfortable; slept like a log. We were supposed to get free bottled water every day, the first day it was there, the second day I had to ask for it and the third day it wasn't there again but I didn't bother asking as we were leaving the next day. The breakfasts were great, plenty of variety and made to order fried eggs and omelettes. Not quite so impressed with the evening meal at the restaurant nor the prices of the drinks from the bar. There was a small souvenir shop in the foyer, which sold postcards and stamps. The reception staff were very friendly. The day we arrived, all 27 of us, there was only one of the two lifts working so it did take some time to get us and our luggage to our rooms; however, our view from the fourth floor looked out onto the top of one of Moscow's beautiful churches with its characteristic onion-shaped domes. There are also (near the Metro) some shops including a small supermarket.