Phones: +7(495) 792-98-98
+7(495) 792-98-50
71, bld. 2B, Izmailovskoe shosseMoscow, 105613, Russia

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Contacts

71, bld. 2B, Izmailovskoe shosse,
Moscow, 105613, Russia

Phone: +7 (495) 792-98-98

Fax: +7 (495) 792-99-14

E-mail: bron@hotelbeta.ru

The 28-storey Beta Hotel is located just 15 minutes from Historical Coty Center, and a five-minute walk from the Partizanskaya metro station. Hotel is situated in the business part of Moscow Southern District.

Sales department

Phone: +7 (495) 792-98-50

Phone: +7 (495) 792-99-13

E-mail: bron@hotelbeta.ru

Metro route to the Beta Hotel

From the Domodedovo international airport

For the Aeroexpress train (timetable) to the Paveletsky railway station, then the subway to the Teatralnaya station, the transition to the Revolution Square station and next to the Partizanskaya station, exit from the last wagon. From the Partizanskaya station 5 minutes’ walk to the hotel.

From the Vnukovo international airport

For the Aeroexpress train (timetable) Kievskaya metro station, then the metro to the Partizanskaya station, exit from the last wagon, then walk 5 minutes to the hotel.

From the Sheremetyevo international airport

For the Aeroexpress train (timetable) to the Belarusian railway station, then the subway to the Teatralnaya station, the transition to the Revolution Square station and next to the Partizanskaya station, exit from the last wagon. From the Partizanskaya station 5 minutes’ walk to the hotel.

From the Kazansky, Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky railway stations

By metro to the Kurskaya station (ring), the transition to the Kurskaya station (radial), next to the Partizanskaya station, exit from the last wagon and then walk 5 minutes to the hotel.

Road routes

Sightseeing

There is the IZMAILOVO MUSEUM-RESERVE near the Beta Hotel.

Izmailovo is a famous country residence of Russian Tsars. In 1654, when Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich Romanov became owner of these vast ancestral boyars’ lands, the estate made part of the palace household. It was there, at the linen yard, that the sixteen-year-old Tsar Peter found in 1688 an old English boat, ordering since than to call Izmailovo “the cradle of Russian fleet”. In Izmailovo one can see architectural sites dating to the end of the XVII century and making part of the Tsar’s Courtyard as well as premises of Nikolaevsky alms-house built in the XIX century for 1812 Patriotic War ex-servicemen.

Cultural-Entertainment Complex Kremlin in Izmailovo that located 10 min away from the Hotel.

Kremlin in Izmailovo is a unique nook of Moscow, where Russian past is connected to its present and where fairytales are entwining with real life. Visiting the Complex gives you a unique opportunity to submerge in atmosphere of the past, to see masters of handicraft at work - blacksmiths, potters, wood carvers, and also to take part in the process of producing artworks of the national applied and decorative arts. The Izmailovo Kremlin is a regular venue for mass celebrations and national outdoor fetes, exhibitions, trade fairs and festivals devoted to Russian handcraft and national folk arts.

The TRETYAKOV GALLERY located 15 km from the Beta Hotel