Уважаемые Гости, в настоящее время мы проводим в нашей гостинице технические работы по улучшению качества предоставляемого сервиса, в связи с чем возможно возникновение некоторых неудобств, а также дополнительного шума в дневное время. Пожалуйста, примите наши искренние извинения за возможные неудобства. Благодарим за Ваше терпение и желаем приятного проживания.

Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel And Business Centre, Moscow

Tretyakov Gallery

The Tretyakov Gallery stands out among other art galleries and museums in Moscow as having one of the largest collections of Russian art. For a true taste of Russian culture throughout the years, visitors should put the Tretyakov Gallery on their holiday itinerary for Moscow.

A stay at the Radisson Slavyanskay Hotel and Business Centre, Moscow places guests within easy reach of the foremost collection of Russian art, the State Tretyakov Gallery. Enjoy timeless works of art and relics of by-gone eras at the gallery and head back to relax at this hotel in Moscow.

A fairy tale building
Upon sighting the main building of Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery, guests may note the fairy-tale demeanour of the building, designed by Viktor Vasnesov. Inside this and the several other buildings that form the Tretyakov Gallery complex, visitors can make their way through more than 130,000 works, most from Russian artists.
In addition to its permanent collection, the Tretyakov Gallery also regularly hosts visiting exhibitions, with a few running concurrently at any one point throughout the year. The gallery also occasionally has special projects for visitors to get involved with, plus concerts in the gallery spaces.
Another unique part of the State Tretyakov Gallery complex is its Fallen Monument Park. This sculpture park exhibits 700 sculptures of Soviet leaders, some defaced before they move to the Tretyakov.
Visit Moscow's attractions from a well place hotel
The Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel in Moscow puts guests right at the heart of the city, allowing them to get the most of their time in the city. Visit the Tretyakov Gallery and other famous attractions in the city, such as St Basil's Cathedral and Red Square, with just a short journey.