Maxima Hotels is a chain business class Hotels in Moscow united by high standards of service and hospitality. Today 5 hotels in Moscow are successfully operated by the brand of Maxima Hotels. They are Maxima Zarya Hotel, Maxima IRBIS Hotel, Maxima Slavia Hotel, Maxima Panorama Hotel and Maxima Park Hotel.
We work in hospitality business for more than 12 years. We are nominated for Hospitality Awards, the Trip Advisor Choice - all of our hotels are consistently highly evaluated by the guests.
Maxima Hotels Chain is glad to offer free services for our Guests: WiFi free, taxi call, wake-up call, Ironing room, mail delivery, newspapers and magazines.
We also provide our Guests with visa support service, transfer to the hotel, ordering a variety of tours.
The hotel is located near Avtozavodskaya metro station, VDNKH, Petrovsko-Razumovskaya and Vladykino.
It’s convenient to get to the Exhibition Centre, Ostankino TV Tower, the Kremlin, Crocus Expo, Botanicheskyi Gardern.
Also there are XL shopping centers nearby, - restaurants, stores everything the most necessary and interesting for you!
For our Guests’ leisure we have our Restaurants with various cuisine, round-the-clock Lobby Bars and wellness centers with fitness, Finnish & Turkish sauna, swimming pool, solarium, massage and rest-rooms.
Breakfasts and business-lunches may be included. Check our Half-Board rates if you wish to include breakfast and dinner in your rate.
According to our high quality standards in every Hotel of Maxima Hotels Chain we provide non-smoking rooms, rooms for sportsmen (with elongated beds), laundry service, round-the-clock guard, complimentary daily press, concierge service, parking lot, daily cleaning and transfer. For foreigners we provide Visa support vouchers.
For business travelers we are glad to provide well-equipped conference halls of different capacity (up to 100 people).
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