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Rooms 105 /Architecture Pavel Andreev /Interior Design Piotr Bragovskiy and Varvara Filatova /The Original Stanislav Tratsevskiy
The country’s first Design Hotels™ member, the StandArt Hotel Moscow has put the Russian capital firmly on the hospitality map. Housed behind a monumental Art Nouveau façade, the StandArt surprises with unexpected modernism and sleek lines, boasting 105 carefully designed rooms and suites, some of which offer breathtaking views of Pushkin square. Guests and locals mingle in the lobby and at the rooftop terrace, or recharge with a city view and an innovative menu at Sever-Yug restaurant. The spa includes a full thermal zone complete with a traditional Russian steam room. Here, one discovers a wide range of treatments dedicated to creating harmony of body and mind. Guests can also enjoy a sleek, state-of-the-art fitness center with a variety of personal training options, corrective yoga classes, and qigong wave therapy.
SVO – Sheremetyevo International Airport
DME – Domodedovo International Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant Sever-Yug: fine dining & rooftop terrace
Spa & Recreation
Spa, aqua zone, plunge pool, gym, personal training, sauna, massages, yoga, salon
Conference & Meetings
7 Meeting Rooms
Rooms & Suites
With 92 of the 105 rooms and suites being deluxe, it’s the largest room category with an area of 36 to 43 square meters (387-462 square feet). The retro-futuristic style of the rooms is immediately pleasing to the eyes. Rounded forms of the furniture are reflected in the curves of the walls as well, and the LED-lit furniture was custom-designed especially for the StandArt boutique hotel in Moscow. HD televisions are also integrated in the design mirrors with smart TV features. The furnishings were exclusively designed by Etro, including the bed and bath linen. Most of the guestrooms have views of Pushkin Square and Tverskaya Boulevard.
Armed with a monumental and decorative art degree from Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Stanislav Tratsevskiy has carved an envious path for himself using his diverse range of skills. The talented artist not only paints canvas but frescoes and mosaics. He is also an interior designer, sought-after by the elite in Russia and Europe to do their private residences. You might say he is interested in everything that could tell a story: “No matter what style of art, a story must be told. In Kafka-ism or surrealism there could be multiple narratives that you glimpse. I like that. You start with a sketch or an idea and then it needs to be polished.”