• Opera – on the screen!

    Opera – on the screen!

    We invite you to the Zaryadye Concert Hall on December 7 at 19.00 where a recording of Rossini’s masterpiece “The Barber of Seville” will be shown on the big screen.

     
  • Christmas trees in GUM!

    Christmas trees in GUM!

    The country’s main department stores has transformed into a sparkling fairy-tale Christmas tree!

     
  • Black-and-white cinema

    Black-and-white cinema

    Until November 30, the legendary Illusion Cinema hosts the 2nd Moscow International Archival Film Festival, during which you can watch rare, forgotten, underestimated, considered lost films, little-known documentaries and fascinating feature films.

     
  • Shall we take a walk?

    Shall we take a walk?

    Very close to our hotel “Maroseyka 2/15” is Zabelina Street with a trendy landscaped pedestrian area.

     
  • All about musicals!

    All about musicals!

    The genre of the musical in Russia is young, but it is rapidly gaining the love of the audience and has a tremendous impact on popular culture!

     
  • Diaghilev. Dress rehearsal.

    Diaghilev. Dress rehearsal.

    These days, the Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Diaghilev, a brilliant ballet entrepreneur, a true revolutionary in the theatrical field, the creator of the ballet of the 20th century!

     
  • Weekend ahead!

    Weekend ahead!

    Spend your free time with your family in the fantastic atmosphere of popular animated films and Russian flavour of the first in Russia and Europe’s largest indoor amusement park “Dream Island”

     
  • It will be bright!

    It will be bright!

    Don’t miss the traditional Golden Turtle 2022 Wildlife Photo Festival, which is amazing!

     
  • November 4 – National Unity Day!

    November 4 – National Unity Day!

    Hotel “Maroseyka 2/15” congratulates all Russians on the National Holiday!

     
  • “Minin and Pozharsky”

    “Minin and Pozharsky”

    On November 4, on Red Square, after a large-scale renovation, the grand opening of the monument erected in 1818 in honour of the leaders of the people’s militia of 1612, the end of the Time of Troubles and the expulsion of the Poles from the Russian land, will take place.