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Chambers of the Palace

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Spacious standard room with one bed

A king-size bed. A view of the Right or Left Palace Alleys. A room designed in a unique Palace style with warm colors, natural wood and luxurious decorations. It is equipped with all amenities required for work or leisure: a desk, a cable TV set, and a tea station.

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Spacious standard room with two beds

Two single beds. A view of the historic courtyard. A spacious classic-style room with a parquet floor and walls decorated with historic photographs. It is equipped with all amenities required for work or leisure: a desk, a cable TV set, and a tea station.

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Spacious superior room

A king-size bed. An additional bed can be provided for an extra fee. A view of the historic courtyard. A room designed in a unique Palace style with warm colors, natural wood and luxurious decorations. It is equipped with all amenities required for work or leisure: a desk, a cable TV set, and a tea station.

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Executive suite with two rooms

A king-size bed. An additional bed can be provided for an extra fee. A view of the historic courtyard. A spacious two-room classic-style suite. An ideal choice for those wishing to combine leisure and business meetings. The comfortable sitting-room can be used for holding mini receptions and private negotiations. These suites also have an additional toilet.

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Catherine's Chambers with three rooms

A king-size bed and two single beds. Additional beds can be provided for an extra fee. A view of the historic courtyard. A suite with a spacious sitting-room and two bedrooms. Each bedroom has an adjacent private bathroom (one with a bathtub and the other with a shower booth).

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Peter's Chambers with three rooms

A king-size bed. Additional beds can be provided for an extra fee. A view of the historic courtyard. Emperor luxury in a suite with a bedroom, a private study and a sitting-room. The bedroom with a king-size bed, carpets and couches is decorated in pleasing golden-beige colors.

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Legends live here

Originally built in the late 18th century for Empress Catherine the Great (Catherine II), the Palace was used as a resting place for travelling noblemen on their journeys from Saint Petersburg to Moscow. Russian architect Matvey Kazakov designed this luxurious building in the finest tradition of the Romantic Neo-Gothic style. Palace gardens were later transformed into a beautiful landscape park, which is known as one of the most picturesque parks in Moscow.

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