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Marriott brings Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel to Moscow

Marriott brings Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel to Moscow

Marriott Hotels, the signature brand of Marriott International, has confirmed the opening of the 175-room Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel in Western Siberia, the company’s second hotel in Siberia and its fifteenth in Russia. 

The hotel is positioned in a prime location on Lenin Square opposite the iconic Opera House and offers Novosibirsk’s largest conference facilities on hotel grounds.

The 175 spacious and thoughtfully designed guestrooms feature large flat screen televisions and high speed internet. 

Executive guestrooms have complimentary access to the 24/7 executive lounge which serves breakfast, drinks and snacks throughout the day, and cocktails and canapés in the evening. 

The extensive leisure facilities include a large indoor pool, fitness centre and Turkish Hammam.   

Guests can choose between a variety of bars and restaurants within the hotel including Ouverture, an elegant café and bar serving Russian classics alongside Mediterranean, Lebanese and Asian dishes, and the Lobby Bar overlooking the Opera and Ballet Theatre serving light meals and drinks. 

A rooftop bar with outstanding views over the city is the perfect place for evening cocktails.

Meetings and events may be held in any of the six elegantly designed meeting rooms, which offer 480 square metres of space. 

Accommodating over 450 people, the light and airy meeting spaces feature modern integrated technology to promote productivity. 

Novosibirsk is a dynamic hub of commerce, industry and thriving culture, home to more than 30 scientific research institutions and internationally acclaimed cultural establishments such as Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre, Novosibirsk Philharmonic Hall and M.I. Glinka State Conservatory. 

The Novosibirsk Marriott Hotel is located in the heart of the city, just a short walk to the metro, shops and major attractions and a convenient overnight stop for travellers on the Trans-Siberian Railway.