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Article from BTNews 15 SEPTEMBER 2014

Moscow airport hotel

Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow, the Russian capital’s home for the Skyteam consortium, which includes Aeroflot, now has a linked Radisson Blu Hotel.  The new property offers 391 rooms.  Sheremetyevo has a direct rail to Belorussky one of the Russian capital’s main stations.  This hotel opening brings the group’s portfolio in Russia to 30 hotels and more than 8,900 rooms in operation.

The new Radisson Blu also has 16 Executive Suites, 16 Junior Suites and 60 Business Class Rooms.  A fully equipped fitness centre, Finnish sauna and the Turkish hamam are all designed to help guests relax after a long flight.

The hotel offers a total of 1,800sq meters of event space, featuring 48 fully equipped conference rooms, including five boardrooms and a 200sq metre ballroom.  The hotel offers Radisson Blu’s signature Experience Meeting service as well as free wireless high-speed Internet access and professional event support. 

Food lovers will enjoy the all-day Stratosphere restaurant where breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served.  The Altitude bar and grill restaurant, located on the 11th floor offers amazing panoramic views to the landing field of the airport, while the Meeting Point Lobby Bar serves as the perfect place to sip a cup of coffee with friends or colleagues.   www.radissonblu.com/hotel-sheremetyevo-moscow

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