Shortlisted: Lotte Hotel Moscow for the Hotel Suite Award

Lotte Hotel Moscow has achieved further shortlist success in the International Hotel & Property Awards 2014, now shortlisted for the Hotel Suite award.

Lotte Hotel Moscow, the first hotel project of Lotte Group in Europe, offers 300 rooms including the Royal Suite, occupying 490 m2. As the unprecedented suite type for Moscow hospitality market, the Royal Suite is designed to create a terrific impact. The rich and powerful design style is split through the layout: the more masculine living and dining public area uses imperial navy-grey and gold colours, whereas the private space is designed with a more feminine, romantic style featuring claret reds, burgundies and gold.  The glamour and luxury of the place is wholly supported by intricate hand carvings on furnishing and hand-made crystal hand-blown glass chandeliers.


The Royal Suite occupies an area of 490 m2 and combines bedroom, bathroom with sauna, sitting room, conference hall, dining room, study, office and winter garden. The suite is designed in a contemporary interpretation of the traditional eastern style, with classical Korean trends in architecture complemented by western aesthetic designer solutions. The colour range in the suite is soft and calming, with a predominance of creams and gold hues, subtly contrasting with brown shades.



A sense of luxury is created thanks to unique, hand-made silk and woollen rugs, the very highest quality in Italian furniture, designed especially for the hotel, natural silk fabrics and refined gold candelabras. The bathroom interior contains items made to individual order and reflects the overall style of the suite, complementing them with honey shades of onyx and granite. The bathroom is fitted with a jacuzzi and opens up a picturesque vista over the city.


The Royal Suite has hosted heads of state, political figures, high-ranking diplomats, celebrities and simply those who value luxury and comfort. One of the hotel’s advantages is its ability to cater for the large number of people who usually accompany a guest on a visit of national significance.