Behind the walls of the historic building located on Nikolskaya Street, there is a rich cultural heritage. The construction of this structure began in 1870, and until the beginning of the XX century, the residence of the high-ranking Count Orlov-Davydov was located here. Subsequently, a confectionery with excellent chocolate and pastries appeared on the ground floor of the building, as well as Keller's perfume shop, known for its exclusive flavors.
Today, the St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya building occupies a well-deserved place among the best hotels in the capital. One of the main architectural features of the building is the mosaic on the facade, created by the French architect Eduard Nierman and glazier Pizzagalli. This beautiful element of decor, which once decorated chocolate boutiques, now serves as the hallmark of the hotel.
Once inside, guests are immersed in the atmosphere of comfort and luxury: the interiors of the hotel are distinguished by sophistication, and comfortable rooms, a restaurant and a bar will not leave any traveler indifferent.
St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is a place where history is intertwined with modernity and everything is created so that every guest feels in the center of attention and care.