Four Seasons Hotel Moscow, Moscow, Russia

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Vimar technology in the heart of Moscow

In the heart of Moscow, where the famous Hotel Moskva previously stood, today there is the new Four Seasons Hotel.

Designed by architect Alexei Shchusev, the new 10-storey hotel in Okhotny Ryad features a central portico with a row of classical columns, framed by two wings, one different from the other.

From a large entrance overlooking Manezhnaya Square, a magnificent atrium leads to the reception area and to the lounges, where natural light predominates in the common areas, as in all the rooms and suites, 180 in total. These boast spectacular views and are the most spacious in the city's hotel offer, with floor space ranging from 48 to 520 square meters in the Pozharsky Royal Suite, and with different Suites directly overlooking the Red Square.

In order to meet very high aesthetic and functional standards, in every room it was decided to use Eikon Evo series controls and sockets, which allow guests and service staff to take the best advantage of electricity. Surrounded by elegant cover plates with dark bronze aluminium finish, which gives further elegance to the rooms, the different types of sockets - such as those for TVs and those for razors placed in the bathrooms - respond to any customer needs, while the controls and switches allow an impeccable control of the lighting. So guests at the Four Season Hotel Moscow have nothing else to do than just enjoying their stay.

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