Hotel Izmailovo «Beta»
Hotel Izmailovo «Beta»
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel «Beta» Izmailovo
Hotel Izmailovo «Beta»

Hotel Izmailovo «Beta»

Moscow
The «Beta» Hotel is the part of Izmailovo Hotel Complex, the largest hotel complex in Europe. Designed by architect Rabaev it was built in 1980 for XXII Olympic Games.
Today, «Beta» is a modern, multifunctional hotel where we are glad to offer you accommodation in comfortable rooms, quality restaurant services and spacious conferences facilities. Our hotel has an advantage of close proximity to the city center, metro station (2 minutes’ walk) and MCC station «Izmailovo».

Rooms

Economy

Economy

«Economy» class room - a simple room with a separate bathroom.
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from 2 500 rub. / day
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Standard

Standard

«Standard» rooms are simple but cosy rooms with single or double bed, equipped with everything necessary for a pleasant stay.
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from 2 600 rub. / day
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Standart plus

Standart plus

Spacious rooms with one double or two single beds, which will cost you quite inexpensive. «Standard +» offers a real comfort at an affordable price!
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from 2 700 rub. / day
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Business class

Business class

Stylishly decorated rooms which are conceived to please any traveler. Choosing this room category, you will receive a perfect combination of a reasonable price and a high level of comfort!
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from 2 800 rub. / day
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Special

Special

«Special» is a «First class» room for people with disabilities. It is a spacious and bright room with a large bed with a comfortable mattress and a specially equipped bathroom for your safety.
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from 2 900 rub. / day
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First class

First class

Stunningly stylish, comfortable, and relatively inexpensive «First class» rooms will appeal to every connoisseur of relaxation and tranquility.
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from 2 900 rub. / day
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Deluxe

Deluxe

Studios where you can really feel at home! Designed for two guests, but it is possible to add an additional bed.
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from 3 400 rub. / day
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Standard suite

Standard suite

One-bedroom suite, perfect for couples and for friends or business partners travelling together. "Standard suite" - a high level of comfort at a reasonable price!
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from 3 500 rub. / day
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Comfort suite

Comfort suite

«Comfort suites» at the "Beta" Hotel – are the apartments worthy of VIP persons. The room consists of two rooms with a total area of 45 square meters – here you will find everything for an unforgettable stay!
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from 3 700 rub. / day
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Wedding suite

Wedding suite

Wedding suites are the most romantic rooms at the «Beta» Hotel. We guarantee that you won’t find the apartment that's more appropriate for honeymooners!
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from 3 700 rub. / day
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Junior Suite

Junior Suite

«Junior Suite» - the newest room at the «Beta» Hotel. This bright and spacious double room offers everything you need for a comfortable stay!
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from 3 700 rub. / day
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Suite Charm

Suite Charm

The name of the room fully reflects its essence: a luxurious bedroom, a spacious bathroom, a bright living room and a cosy relaxation area with a personal jacuzzi. Your corner of paradise in the busy city!
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from 8 150 rub. / day
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Premier suite

Premier suite

Room «Premier suite» is, without a doubt, the most luxurious room at the «Beta» Hotel. Fine apartment with two bathrooms, a sauna, and a living room with comfortable business area – in this room you will find everything you need for a truly luxurious holiday!
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from 10 150 rub. / day
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Restaurants

Breakfasts, business lunches and dinners
Breakfasts, business lunches and dinners
For Hotel’s guests restaurant «Beta» serves breakfast and dinner buffet and business lunches.
Restaurant
Restaurant
Modern design, Russian and European cuisine and courteous waiters – all of this is the «Beta» restaurant.
Lobby Bar
Lobby Bar
Calm and inviting atmosphere of the Lobby bar is perfect for business meetings and for unhurried chats over a cup of coffee.

Conference halls

The «Beta» hotel – is an ideal place for various events: seminars, presentations, business meetings, corporate events and exhibitions. There are 12 conference halls and a meeting room with occupancy from 10 to 700 people. All rooms are equipped with individual air-condition system, telephone lines and free Wi-Fi. Our experienced event managers ensure that your every demand receives detailed personalized attention.
Moscow 1

Moscow 1

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 81 sq.m Capacity: up to 90 people
Moscow 2

Moscow 2

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 98 sq.m Capacity: up to 90 people
Moscow 3

Moscow 3

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 83 sq.m Capacity: up to 90 people
Moscow 4

Moscow 4

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 97 sq.m Capacity: up to 90 people
Moscow 5

Moscow 5

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 83 sq.m Capacity: up to 90 people
Sochi 1

Sochi 1

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 81 sq.m Capacity: up to 80 people
Sochi 2

Sochi 2

from 3 150 rub. / hour
from 21 500 rub. / day
Hall area: 81 sq.m Capacity: up to 80 people
Athens

Athens

from 1 800 rub. / hour
from 13 000 rub. / day
Hall area: 48 sq.m Capacity: up to 45 people
Rome

Rome

from 1 800 rub. / hour
from 13 000 rub. / day
Hall area: 40 sq.m Capacity: up to 45 people
Sochi

Sochi

from 4 700 rub. / hour
from 34 000 rub. / day
Hall area: 162 sq.m Capacity: up to 180 people
Moscow

Moscow

from 11 000 rub. / hour
from 80 000 rub. / day
Hall area: 442 sq.m Capacity: up to 450 people
Hall-restaurant

Hall-restaurant

from 14 000 rub. / hour
from 100 000 rub. / day
Hall area: 700 sq.m Capacity: up to 700 people
Meeting room

Meeting room

from 1 800 rub. / hour
Hall area: 18 sq.m Capacity: up to 12 people

Attraction

The Kremlin in Izmailovo
The Kremlin in Izmailovo
The Kremlin in Izmailovo is situated 5 minutes from the hotel. This is a true entertainment and cultural complex, where you can learn a lot about Moscow pre-Petrine era and traditional Russian crafts. The museums located on the territory of the complex help to make a true come back to the past. There you can visit the windmill, pottery, weaving and blacksmithing workshops and take an opportunity to study a craft of your choice!
The Tretyakov Gallery
The Tretyakov Gallery
The State Tretyakov Gallery is the national treasury of Russian fine arts and one of the greatest museums in the world. It is located not far from the Kremlin in one of the oldest districts of Moscow. This Gallery was founded by well - known Moscow merchant Mr.Tretyakov. In 1892 Mr. Tretyakov donated his collection of canvases and other masterpieces to the city of Moscow and the Gallery was opened for the public. Now the collection includes about 100.000 pieces and focuses mainly on the Russian art.
The Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin is one of the biggest and most beautiful architectural ensembles in the world. The first walls of the Kremlin were constructed in the middle of the 12th century. Two centuries later Moscow became the capital of a small principality and since then the Kremlin has been the residence of the Russian governors. Today part of the premises of the Kremlin is occupied by the President’s offices and this territory is closed for public admission. Main attractions: the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Archangels Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Church of the Deposition of the Robe, the State Armory and the Diamond Fund.
Gorky Park
Gorky Park
The largest park in Moscow, created in 1928 and covering an area of about 119 hectares, is located 15 km from the hotel - an excellent place for family walks and outdoor activities. The entrance to the park is free, and on its territory there is an open-air skate park, Golitsynsky pond, several rental bicycles and roller skates, a greenhouse, a chess club, a hockey rink, a beach, a mini-football field, table tennis tables, an outdoor cinema and much more. Gorky Park is also known for the largest sandbox in Moscow.
The Bolshoi Theater
The Bolshoi Theater
The pride of all Russia - Bolshoi Theater - is one of the world’s biggest opera and ballet theaters, rated as high as La Scala in Italy and Covent Garden in England. The theatre shows around 3-4 different operas and 2-3 ballets each year. The focus is on classical masterpieces from composers such as Mozart, Verdi and Wagner. Also the stage of this theater was first to see many outstanding works of Russian composers; its company consists of the most famous local singers, dancers, conductors, directors, and choreographers.
The Novodevichy Convent
The Novodevichy Convent
The Novodevichy Convent, in south-western Moscow, built in the 16th and 17th centuries in the so-called Moscow Baroque style, was part of a chain of monastic ensembles that were integrated into the defence system of the city. The convent was directly associated with the political, cultural and religious history of Russia, and closely linked to the Moscow Kremlin. It was used by women of the Tsar’s family and the aristocracy. Members of the Tsar’s family and entourage were also buried in its cemetery. The convent provides an example of the highest accomplishments of Russian architecture with rich interiors and an important collection of paintings and artefacts.
The St. Basil’s Cathedral
The St. Basil’s Cathedral
The well-known St. Basil’s Cathedral is located on the opposite side of the Voskresensky Gate of the Red Square. It was built under the rule of Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible in 1554-1560 in honour of conquest of the Kazan Khanate. According to the legend, when the Tsar saw the finished cathedral, he ordered the architects to be blinded so that they would not build such a beautiful building anywhere else.
Despite the gruesome story behind it, the Cathedral itself is an architectural masterpiece consisting of nine altars spread out on one single foundation. St. Basil’s is a must-see for anyone visiting Moscow.
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
One of the most famous religious sights in Moscow is The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. Situated on the bank of the Moskva River the Cathedral is known as the tallest Orthodox church in the world. The current church is the second to stand on this site. The original church, originally commissioned after the defeat of Napoleon, was built during the 19th century and took more than 40 years to build. It was destroyed in 1931 to make way for a colossal Palace of the Soviets to house the country's legislature, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the current church was rebuilt on the site during 1995–2000.
The Red Square
The Red Square
Built directly east of the Kremlin, Moscow’s historic fortress and the center of the Russian government, Red Square is home to some of the country’s most distinctive and important landmarks. Its origins date to the late 15th century, when the Muscovite prince Ivan III (Ivan the Great) expanded the Kremlin to reflect Moscow’s growing power and influence. An important public marketplace and meeting place for centuries, Red Square houses the ornate 16th-century St. Basil’s Cathedral, the State Historical Museum and the enormous GUM Department Store, as well as a modernist mausoleum for the revolutionary leader Vladimir Lenin.
The Izmailovo Museum-Reserve
The Izmailovo Museum-Reserve
Izmailovo – the country Tsar's residence – is a majestic estate with beautiful architectural monuments. The Monarchic court is located on the man-made island and the stone bridge connected it with the unique Bridge Tower decorated with multicolored tiles. Architectural structures of the island, icon paintings, arts and crafts at the Bridge Tower show the image of «Garden of Eden» in Izmailovo. Here in 1688 young Peter the Great found a small old english boat and since that moment he ordered to call Izmailovo «the Cradle of Russian fleet».