The StandArt Hotel Moscow is the first Russian hotel to join the international community of Design Hotels™, a worldwide network uniting more than 280 independent hotels in over 50 countries. The original retro-futuristic style, a location in the historical centre of the city and high culinary and gastronomic standards have all allowed the StandArt to become a fully valued Design Hotel network member and to debut the network in Russia.

The StandArt Hotel Moscow showcases something exclusive and innovative, a balance of progressive global trends combined with high comfort. Each room is unique in its design, offering a stylish retro-futurism of the halcyon days of the 1950s, and a level of comfort provided by modern facilities and accoutrements for the maximum possible convenience of guests: ETRO cosmetics, bedding and bath accessories, HD TV Magic Mirror, to mention just a few.


Designed by architect Pavel Andreev — known for the internationally acclaimed redesign of the Bolshoi Theater in 2011—the new building is respectful of the surrounding structural heritage while forging the way for something new in the historic center.

The result is an impressive Art Nouveau building. Inside, the mix of styles is also refreshing. The Sever-Yug (north-south) restaurant on the second floor features curved glass and wood ceilings that together with the furniture exude a retro-futuristic vibe.

The Design Hotel Standart

The hotel is located in the heart of the historical and business districts of Moscow, near the main tourist attractions, business centres, museums and all the major spots for rest and recreation. The hotel's location and the availability of private parking means it is convenient for car-users as well as being within walking distance of public transport.

Behind the art nouveau exterior, designed by the famous Russian architect Pavel Andreev, residents and visitors of Moscow can expect something original in all of the 105 rooms, each of which allows guests to discover a portal to a new adventure. The focal point in each room are the art objects, created by Stanislav Tratsevskiy. Hand-painted panels and monochrome graffiti wall murals complement the original design, and open the door to the unexplored realms of new worlds.

Just the right piquancy has been introduced by the hotel’s brand-chef, Angel Pascual, a recipient of two Michelin stars. The menu of the Sever-Yug (North-South) restaurant displays Angel’s interpretation of classic Spanish recipes and new dishes inspired by local products: hummus made from buckwheat with dried tomatoes, sea bass with mashed turnips, crispy vegetables and blueberry soup suluguni with bacon and ravioli spinach, as well as other unusual flavour combinations.

The hotel’s third floor boasts a fitness studio, a massage and a beauty parlour, as well as the beauty-zone’s Fen Dry Bar. The equipment of the fitness studio unobtrusively complements The StandArt Hotel’s general ambiance; the smooth rounded lines of the treadmills reflect the soft curves of the warm, wooden interior. The fitness equipment is from Technogym, a recognized leader in fitness and gym equipment and its specially selected new ARTIS brand. For those who prefer to exercise outside, however, there are special outdoor-programmes, including running sessions in the open air. After an intensive workout, our highly qualified specialists are on-hand to give massages to help guests warm-down and relax.

The spa studio of The StandArt Hotel, tucked away from the busy central streets of the capital, offers both hotel guests and Muscovites a Turkish bath, sauna, plunge shower, four treatment suites and a spacious lounge with a small pool. The soft lighting, natural wood finishings and smooth lines of the interiors demonstrate that every design detail has been considered to create a spa, which fosters an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. Spa managers are always pleased to offer a wide range of care and procedures.

Fen Dry Bar, having garnered the admiration and recognition of many urban residents, is located on the third floor of the hotel. Within minutes, the highly qualified stylists will create the desired professional image, starting from make-up to a stylish manicure. Having arranged an appointment at the salon, just sit back and allow the stylists to prepare you for a business meeting, an important event, a romantic date, or even experiment with a new image. The calling card of the salon is its high quality and fast service, individual approach, team of professionals along with its cosy atmosphere.

Concierge of the hotel – Anton Noshchenko – is the member of Les Clefs d’Or association: you can easily recognize him by the original pins on the lapel. Les Clefs d’Or – is a private club of best concierges in the world. Popular comparison with masonic lodge is no coincidence: the members support each other, increasing the power of the association multiply times. These concierges can fulfill any request. Absolutely. Once Anton organized the hockey tournament for Justin Bieber with best CHL players in couple of hours; another time he managed to get the new high jewelre necklace from Paris in 24 hours; and opening the boutiques at night upon request of incognito celebrities is the easiest task. The only request that can be refused by the Les Clefs D’Or concierge is the one that goes against ethics or law.

Welcome to The StandArt Hotel Moscow! Each service has been checked to the minutest detail and perfected to the utmost degree, whilst maintaining a style that is individual and goes hand-in-hand with discreet and unobtrusive service.

Restaurant North-South

The hotel’s Sever-Yug (North-South) restaurant North-South is the first project in Moscow of creative brand-chef Angel Pascual, a recipient of two Michelin stars. The name of the restaurant reflects the author’s themes on the menu: - local food viewed through a prism of personal experience, character and, of course, the skill of a chef from a southern region.
The format of the restaurant, located on the second floor of The StandArt Hotel Moscow, allows you to conduct business meetings in the day and relax in comfort at night.



Armed with a monumental and decorative art degree from Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Stanislav Tratsevsky has carved an envious path for himself using his diverse range of skills. The talented artist not only paints canvas but frescoes and mosaics. He is also an interior designer, sought-after by the elite in Russia and Europe to do their private residences. You might say he is interested in everything that could tell a story: “No matter what style of art, a story must be told. In Kafka-ism or surrealism there could be multiple narratives that you glimpse. I like that. You start with a sketch or an idea and then it needs to be polished.”

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