Winning the 2014 Prix Villégiature award as the best hotel in Europe, Lotte Hotel in Moscow took home the French awards’ biggest prize this week. Can this fabulous accommodation really be considered a business hotel?
The Prix Villégiature awards honor the world#s best across twenty categories. As for Lotte’s most recent win, the hotel’s restaurant, Les Menus (below), also took home the “best” prize for all Europe. Just this year the hotel appointed David Rodriguez as Chef of the Les Menus par Pierre Gagnaire restaurant at the Moscow hotel. Lotte Hotel CEO Song Yong-deok told reporters:
“The Le Royal Monceau Raffles, which placed second, is one of the top five luxury hotels in Paris. It is an honor to receive the grand prize, beating the French hotel.”
Lotte Hotel, which opened back in September 2010, is ideally located on Novinskiy Boulevard in center or Moscow. The luxurious 300 room affair is blessed with not one, but two splendid restaurants, the aforementioned Les Menus, a modern Japanese eatery called MEGU. Six conference halls, an innovative Club Floor, and the world-famous Mandara Spa further accentuate what is an extraordinary hospitality offering in Russia’s capital.
Lotte also boasts the largest luxury suite in Moscow, not to mention other five star amenities such; as a world class fitness center, a magnificent terrace bar overlooking the city, a wonderful pool, and six lavish banquet halls for events and meetings. This is by far the most impressive business hotel this writer has seen, not just in Europe, but anywhere.
For more information about this amazing hotel those interested should contact the hotel via Lotte Hotels & Resorts Moscow Headquarters at: