Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Moscow, Russian Federation)
Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) is the main point of entry to Russia's capital city and around 13 million passengers arrive and depart from the airport each year.
While the city attracts plenty of sightseers, it also sees a significant number of visitors arriving for business purposes.
The areas around the airport and the airport itself cater well to arriving guests, with a good selection of quality accommodation options available.
Moscow: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
The Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Hotel is one of three hotels situated within the boundaries of Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and contains almost 500 guest rooms, being particularly popular with business guests on account of its conference rooms and business centre, which are open to all paying guests. Also worthy of a mention is the 12-storey Hotel Aeropolis and the Sheremetyevo 2 Hotel transit hotel.
HOTELS CLOSE TO MOSCOW SHEREMETYEVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SVO)|
|| Km |
|Hotel Aeropolis||37 Korp. 5 Leningradskiy Prospekt,|
|Novotel Sheremetyevo||Ownership 3 ,Sheremetyevo 2 Airport,|
Moscow, 103339, Russia
|Sheremetyevo 2 Hotel||Airport Sherometyevo,|
Moscow, 103340, Russia
|Katerina City Hotel||Shluzovaya Naberezhnaya 6 / 1,|
Moscow, 113114, Russia
Moscow: City Hotels and Accommodation
Moscow city centre contains a large number of reasonably priced hotels and lies around 30 km / 20 miles to the south-east of Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO). Much of the most popular accommodation in the city is centred around Red Square, affording impressive views of this famous public space and the nearby St. Basil's Cathedral, ranging from luxury hotels to cheap traditional Russian lodging, with basic rooms.
Further accommodation can be found to the north of the centre, around Tverskaia Ulitsa, where many well-known hotel chains and brands have appeared in recent years. A number of popular hotels are also located to the west of the Moscow Kremlin, where buildings often also incorporate shopping centres, restaurants and entertainment venues.