Finding an ideal trendy hotel in Moscow does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Sretenskiy Monastery (3.1 km) and Nikolskaya Street (3.5 km) make Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya a great place to stay when visiting Moscow.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a restaurant during their visit.
While in Moscow, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya, including Osteria Mario (1.6 km), TuttiFrutti (1.9 km), and Meat Bar №7 (1.6 km).
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as The Armoury, Victory Museum, and State Historical Museum.
Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Moscow.
I picked this hotel for an extended stay (2 weeks) in April 2021. The hotel had the room ready on my arrival in the morning, I also got an upgrade, which was a very decent added value to the stay. The room itself was sparkling clean, there were welcome drinks (and the staff refreshed mineral water regularly). The bed was comfy and there was sufficient space for a small office (two people didn't have much trouble sitting with laptops and working simultaneously). The personnel was very polite and welcoming. Overall, it is a good value hotel and I recommend it for other travelers, who value central location and comfortable rooms.
It's painful to watch how Russian Mercures keep degrading their level of service, saving money on every aspect of the hotel experience: what was previously a great set of amenities now got reduced to the cheapest slippers ever, what was previously a decent breakfast is now a very limited food choice (or, actually, a lack thereof). I understand that everyone has to survive these days but even with all pandemic-related restrictions in mind, this is not the Mercure I'm used to live in. Good thing is that the pandemic hasn't changed anything about the great location of the hotel and the staff is still very nice so if you're OK with the lowered Mercure service bar, go ahead and book it (but please skip the breakfast offer, the Bratia Karavaievi next door are much more value for less money).…
This hotel is a good choice for foreign tourists. It’s quite central, a couple of stations from The Red Square. The rooms are very comfortable, clean and big enough. The tram has a stop in front of it. The underground station is 250 meters from it. There are supermarkets and fast food shops nearby. Breakfast is full and high quality. The staff deserve all our thankfulness, they provide you with useful information about directions and they are very kind and efficient. When we return to beautiful Moscow, we will try to be guests at this friendly, cozy hotel. It’s been great to spend five nights here.
Dont spend your money on an expensive hotel in the centre of town with tourist trap restaurants when you can stay a quick metro trip away in a local neighborhood. We made this hotel our base for exploring Moscow for six days. We brought a train pass and used this for sightseeing and returned each night to dine with the locals. The train station is a short walk down the street and trains leave it seems every two minutes. Back to the hotel. The building has been coverted into a hotel and being a mercure has all of the comforts you need. Rooms are clean and cosy with a great bed and hot shower with good water pressure and toiletries. Staff are super friendly. We had room 413 which faced the street. Its a busy thoroughfare with buses and trams but the heavy glazing cuts out this noise and its not intrusive. Wifi was strong in the room but weak in the dining room. Breakfast here is expensive 900 roubles each and is not winner. Hot food was cold and the orange joice was reconstituted. After one breakfast we went to the deli cafe on the corner and had breakfast for a fraction of the price with the locals. There is a bakery and cafe in the same block as well. Dont get your laundry done here. Its the most expensive we have seen anywhere. Its cheaper to go down to the mall and buy new underwear than to get your existing stuff washed here. Getting there and away: we arrived by transfer from Moscow station after getting off the trans siberian. To get back there cost 315 roubles with yandex and a good half hour depending on the traffic. We would stay here again for the stellar location and eat with the locals.…
This was the first time staying in this hotel as our Moscow office had recently changed location. The reason for the "get even" in the title of my review is to recommend getting an even numbered room (2,4,6,8). The odd numbered rooms look over the street (see attached photo) which is extremely noisy. There is a construction site across the road which works all night plus a busy tram way. The noise insulation in the room seems to be non-existent and you can clearly hear the conversations of people walking past even with the window closed. Fortunately after the first night there was an available room on the back of the hotel (I had room 404 moving from 203) and after that everything was perfect. The room was comfortable and a good size and (thankfully!) peacefully quiet. Very good selection and excellent quality buffet breakfast in a comfortable restaurant. Check-in and check-out was rather slow and on check-in they insisted on photocopying every page of my passport which has never happened before. It is normally just photo and visa page. To summarise I will definately stay in this hotel again but just make sure that I get an even numbered room.…