Ratings based on 57 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
MUCH more than expectedPosted Aug 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
Large room. Convenient location near Metro and across the road from a great neighbourhood full of restaurants and bars surrounding Patriarch Ponds. Friendly staff and security. Interesting rooftop bar. Don't be put off by odd lighting in lobby or the comically tiny elevators. Would stay again.
Recommendedby Valfrom NY
Soviet style hotelPosted Jul 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
If you want to really feel what it meant to live in soviet luxury you should try hotel Peking: soviet dark-red decor, absence of smiles and a big strong guy checking passports of anyone entering elevators. We had room 716: bathroom and windows were new and updated, it was very clean, TV worked, WiFi barely so. The breakfast downstairs was included in the price and was just great! The only missing elements were smiles: the staff were saying good morning with their faces absolutely blank.. I felt like a time traveler...
by A verified traveler
Great location, great managementPosted Jun 19, 2014
I booked a room for my colleague from other city. It so happened that in the reservation received by the hotel I was listed myself as a guest. After midnight I got a call from my colleague who just arrived from the train station, he said the hotel "didn't have room" for him. I called the hotel. Front desk manager Christina cheerfully replied that room was booked for me, so she wouldn't let my guest in. To my upset, how could this happened if I personally called the hotel day before and let know the name of the guest in my booking and that somebody settled that for me, Christina replied calmly that I was "misled" by the daytime hotel employee and she "has no authority" to let my colleague stay in my room that I fully prepaid, and so on. On my request to invite a senior manager Christina said that manager Catherina "is in the room with a guest." On my request to connect me to that room Christina said that manager "not answering the phone" After 45 minutes of such annoying negotiations, accompanied by Christina optimistic comments that "on a human level" she "understands situation", but "nothing can be done", at 1:00 am I got through to the expedia operator, changed the reservation, and my colleague, finally, got some rest at the room.
Recommendedby Kelsfrom United States
Posted Mar 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
It was very clean, and nice. Decorated in the old Soviet style. Our room faced the street, and it didn't seem noisy at all. The employees at the reception desk spoke very good english. It is very easy to get to from the Metro.
for Getaway With Friendsby Янfrom Калуга
Posted Jan 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Swontyfrom Central UK
Good Hotel on weekend rate for the moneyPosted Nov 30, 2013
Pros: central location and room good
Cons: not too much , better bathroom
Location: next to metro and easy central location
clean room, bathroom a little dated but ok, staff ranged from ok to very good, room big and I was on back of hotel and fairly quiet
by A verified traveler
Posted Nov 24, 2013
for Business Travelersby Rhettfrom Canada
Great LocationPosted Nov 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
I travel to Moscow for business quite often and will stay at this old Soviet Style hotel again! Great location, clean room, never tried the restaurant bc there are so many good restaurants in the area.
for Business Travelersby Nataliafrom USA
Very nice hotel, great locationPosted Oct 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location of the hotel is very central and allows to reach pretty much any destination by foot. Hotel itself is very well maintained and is a gorgeous building with high ceilings and huge windows from rooms. The bar on 13th floor has a great view on Moscow downtown. Hotel staff is friendly, professional and knowleadgeble. The lady in souvenir shop knows more about Russian history and art than an average tour guide. The only downside was that room service is catered by a restaurant and it took about an hour to get breakfast. On the upside, one can get a lovely breakfast in at least 3 coffee shops within 3 min walk that open early and close late. It was an enjoyable stay.
for Business Travelersby Bertrandfrom UK
Old style but very reasonable for Moscow.Posted Oct 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
Peking hotel has nothing Chinese but its name. It is an old Soviet building awaiting to be sold to a Hilton or other large chain for renovation. The rooms are spacious with high ceilings, but the beds are pretty bad and there is no coffee maker. It is very conveniently located, has a sports bar for 24hrs food, and a great roof bar full of funky cocktails. A bargain for Moscow!