DoubleTree Moscow Vnukovo Airport opens today

The Hilton property offers 1,000 meters of meeting and event space and 432 rooms.

The DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow Vnukovo Airport includes 1000 square metres of flexible meeting and event space with capacity to fit over 900 delegates. The space includes two pillar-free ballrooms and six additional meeting rooms with floor to ceiling windows.

The hotel is located at the main entrance to Terminal A and connected to the airport via an underground tunnel, as well as 10-minutes away from the Private Jets Terminal. It also offers easy access to the center of Moscow via high-speed train connections, including close proximity to the 2018 World Cup Stadium – Luzhniki Stadium.

Guests can relax at the indoor swimming pool and Turkish hammam- or re-energise at the fitness centre. The hotel also offers a rooftop bar, SkyLounge, where guests can enjoy panoramic views of the city while sipping cocktails.

As an option for breakfast, lunch or dinner, guests can dine at Bar 208 or LEGENDS restaurant to experience regional contemporary dining.

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