Sputnik Moscow Hotel is situated on Leninsky Prospect, at a 45-minute drive from Moscow Domodedovo Airport. Gosudarstvennyy Darvinovskiy
Sputnik Moscow Hotel is situated on Leninsky Prospect, at a 45-minute drive from Moscow Domodedovo Airport. Gosudarstvennyy Darvinovskiy muzey, the well-known museum in the city, is just a 5-minute drive from here. Three fully equipped meeting and function rooms within the premises can be used for conducting corporate meetings and parties. Free Wi-Fi connectivity is available throughout the property. Concierge, taxi service, ticketing desk, safety deposit boxes and laundry service are also provided on site.
The dining options within the premises include Sputnik, Aozora, Darbars and Mestiere restaurants that serve a wide variety of Russian, Japanese, Indian and Italian delights, respectively. Savour scrumptious delights in the comfort of the room by availing round-the-clock room service offered by the hotel.
There are 374 stylish and elegant rooms and suites at the property, featuring a range of modern amenities. Room categories include Single Room, Double Room, Twin Room, Junior Suite, Studio and Suite. Satellite TV, telephone, mini bar and personal safe are some of the amenities common to all rooms. The private bathroom features hairdryer, shower and premium toiletries.
Do visit the popular Lenins Mausoleum, which is a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 13 reviews
VERY GOOD 62 reviews
AVERAGE 97 reviews
POOR 39 reviews
TERRIBLE 14 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
26 Mar 2018
the bus stop is accross the ro....
It might not be grandest hotel in Moscow, but it has a good position. The bus stop is across the road and goes to the centre of Moscow. There are restaurants nearly and it is a walk to the metro and the statue of Yuri Gagarin.
28 Sep 2017
Good Hotel for Business Trips
I was there for 20 days in a room at 10th floor, It was a good stay during my business trip, I really recommend for that kind of travelers.
There are wifi free in all rooms, good room service and very quiet all day.
About price, it is accord to conditions.
06 Jun 2017
Keep away from this horrible o....
Horrible soviet style hotel, rude service, rude KGB style security at the entrance. You have to carry your guest card (the paper you get with the key) always with. Otherwise the security won't let you in like it happen to me.
After a dinner when I came to hotel, the security guys asked me if I stay at the hotel. My positive answer was not sufficient for them. I showed them my plastic key, which also was not enough. They stood at the elevator doors and didn't let me go to my floor. The lady at the reception was speechless from their behavior. If you don't take this magic paper with you, having the key only will not be enough for the security guys (that even don't speak English, in order to explain you what they want). If this incident wouldn't late at night, I would move out immediately to another hotel.
23 May 2017
Average. Value for money
I spent 3 days in this hotel. It was a business trip and I spent only 7-8 hours in the hotel over night. The rooms are smal but useful. Hot water and mattresses not so bad were what I needed. Clean. Normal breakfast. A little bit loud before midnight. After midnight I slept well. Value for money. No luxury but not bad.
28 Apr 2017
Not that bad
Me, my wife and my son stayed in this Hotel last year when visiting Moscow.
We had a triple room which was of decent size, comfortable and clean. Our room was overlooking the main road at the front of the Hotel and we found it to be quiet in the evening.
I cannot comment on the services provided at the Hotel as we basically just used the room to sleep & wash in.
The staff that we were met were as helpful as they could be bearing in and they spoke little English.
The metro is fairly close by as is the bus stop which is what we used to transport us back and forth in to Red Square, etc.
The only part of the Hotel we really used was the bar in the lower ground floor and the staff working in here were pleasant enough and drinks fairly priced, although I don't want to drink Vodka at 10:00 am!!
There are a few shops nearby and some kiosks at the side of the road who sell snacks, drinks, cigarettes, etc.
If you want a reasonably priced Hotel conveniently situated just outside Moscow centre then in my opinion this Hotel would suffice. Not brilliant but okay.