Ukraine Hotel is one of the seven famour buildings known as Stalin's high rises and Seven Sisters. Distinguished by its architecture, they largely shape the image of Moscow and are the landmark of the capital.
Open on May 28, 1957, Ukraine Hotel was recognized Europe's biggest hotel and has served as "Moscow house" for international guests for many years. 50 years passed, and the hotel needed upgrading.
The work lasted three years and finally, on April 28, 2010, a new state-of-the-art hotel, Radisson Royal Moscow, opened its doors to the public.
It combined the best features of the two eras: the imperial scale and touching socialism esthetics are integrated into the modern "smart comfort" and world traditions of the five-star service.
Radisson Royal Moscow Hotel's 2,300 sq.m. Congress Park has a full functionality for succesful events for any number of participants - from private reception parties to large-scale global conferences and gala ceremonies
The Congress Park has the following advantages: variability of zoning, spacious areas, modern design, high class equipment, advantageous location, 500-stall underground parking lot, experienced banquet service, neighborhood with Ukraine Hotel - one of the Moscow's best five-star hotels, excellent infrastructure of the district and many other properties suitable for business.
The 1,682 sq.m. main hall of the Congress Park, without columns, provides many opportunities. The hall is divided into 5 sections by mobile partitions. There are 4 sound-insulated conference rooms, each of them can be divided into two sections fitted up with plasma screens.