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Maksima Panorama Otel'

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#57 of 519 hotels in Moscow
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Maxima Panorama is a modern business hotel in Moscow. High quality and invariable Russian hospitality - all the best features of all Maxima hotels are combined in this hotel. The Hotel provides 123 comfortable rooms of various categories, spacious conference halls, equipped with all the necessary items. The Hotel is well accessible from the Domodedovo Airport (DME). Comfortable and modern Maxima Panorama Hotel is located in Moscow city centre close to the Paveletsky Railway Station and the "Avtozavodskaya" underground station. Free Wi-Fi and fresh press are complimentary.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Baggage storage
Concierge
Parking
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Car hire
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Currency exchange
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
Shoeshine
Room features
Soundproof rooms
Desk
Room service
Safe
Telephone
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
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HOTEL CLASS
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Family
Mid-range
Languages Spoken
English, Russian

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Ul. Masterkova, D. 4, Moscow 115280 Russia
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Good for walkers
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Jochen Hertweck wrote a review Jan 2013
Frankfurt, Germany302 contributions131 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is located directly next to the metro station 'Avtozavodskaya' from where you are able to reach the Red Square in just 10 minutes.

While the outside of the hotel might have seen better days, you certainly can't complain about the rooms - they are clean, relatively spacious and quiet. The free WiFi connection was slow, but otherwise working without any problems and the breakfast selection was quite impressive.

The reception staff had good English skills and proved to be very helpful.

I would definitely recommend this hotel for anybody looking for a relatively inexpensive hotel with clean and well-equipped rooms in a central location.
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Date of stay: August 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Loopyllama wrote a review Jul 2011
Oxford31 contributions23 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights for a city break, and he stayed on for a further 3 nights with a colleague on business. We selected the hotel based on Trip Advisor reviews and others. It is very reasonably priced for Moscow and in a fairly central location. In summary, we found that it met all our requirements and we would stay again if we went back to Moscow on business.

The hotel is located just 3 stops/10 mins on the Metro on (Green) Line 2 from the stop you require for Red Square. It is also just one stop from Paveletsky Metro/station where the Aeroexpress train from Domodedovo arrives. And one stop the other direction gets you to Kolomenskoe Park, which was a favourite summer residence of the Tsars. We never waited more than 2 minutes for a Metro train in 4 days!

The hotel is, quite literally, right next to the Metro exit. Reception is 24 hrs and staff all spoke decent English and were helpful. There is a 24/7 security guard and barriers at the entrance to lift lobby. You also need to swipe your room keycard on exiting the lift to access your floor. There is CCTV on the landings.

The hotel room (we were on the 7th floor facing the rear of the building - not much to see, but a view of sorts) was not huge and there is only room for one person to walk past the foot of the bed at a time, no armchair etc. Also there is only a shower and no bath. However, it was clean and decorated simply. The double bed was a large 6ft. There is a desk and chair, flat screen tv, telephone, bedside table, wardrobe and suitcase rack. The bathroom was very clean and the power shower was great. There is a minibar which is actually very reasonably priced, but no tea/coffee making facilities! The room was very quiet and the bed comfy. All in all, we thought the room was of a similar to standard to that which you expect from Holiday Inn Express in UK.

One plus was the free wi-fi connection which we found to work very well. You are supplied with log-in details on check in which expires after 24hrs. You simply call Reception for another code when needed. Your can also hire a laptop from Reception and photocopy documents etc. There is no safe in the room, but you can put things in a safe at Reception for 50roubles a day which is about £1.

Breakfast is a staid continental affair which is the same every day - fruit, museli, yoghurt, juice, tea/coffee, strange sausages, potatoes(!), salad, cheese, bread rolls and a DIY toaster. They did have mini pain au chocolate available every day though so I survived!

A few tips:
* When arriving at Avtozavodskaya Metro from central Moscow or Paveletsky turn left off the train and you should come to the foot of the stairs/escalator where there is a brass commemorative plaque on the wall on the left. If you do not see this plaque, then go back to the other end of the platform, otherwise you will exit the Metro on a completely different street from the hotel and a fair walk - as we found out!
*When you exit the subway turn left again and the hotel is directly in front of you through the grey archway.
* Buy a Metro ticket which has 5, 10 or 20 journeys on it. A 10 journey card costs just 230 roubles or something - about a fiver, and can be used over 45 days. Bargain. You only need to swipe on entering the system not on exit and can change lines etc without re-swiping.
*Before leaving home, print off a colour map of the Metro with stops listed in both English and Cyrillic as there is only Cyrillic used on the Metro signs (and across Moscow generally!). You will need to recognise the symbols in order to spot your stop - we just counted stations......which works until one is closed and you whizz past without noticing!
* If travelling from Domodedovo Airport the Aeroexpress train is your best bet. It only costs about £8, takes 45 mins to Paveletsky Station/Metro and trains go every 30 mins on the hour/halfhour. You can buy a one way ticket from their website in advance and print out the barcode. Saves queuing, fishing for currency, and gesticulating wildly on arrival at the airport. Once at Paveletsky Metro, you can just buy your Metro passes as mentioned above and take one stop on the Green line (Line 2) to Avtozavodskaya and the hotel.
*Be prepared for the fact that few people in the service industry speak good English in Moscow - you will do a lot of amateur sign language! Also, there are rarely English translations at any of the main tourist sites, so either buy a good guidebook in advance so you know what you are looking at, or pay for a guided tour. We went DIY and got by ok, but would have been good to get some more insights on specific sites of interest.
*Finally, in our experience, it is not anywhere near as intimidating being a tourist in Moscow as we Westerners are perhaps led to believe. we didn't see many police around, just security guards at sites and shops. Having been under the impression that every Russian is a potential mugger, my husband managed to leave his jacket, wallet and keys in the overhead lockers on the BA flight to Moscow (marvellous!). After a frantic few phone calls it all turned up the next day having been handed in by the Russian cleaning company to the BA desk at the airport. On collection 3 days later, even the £20 note was still in there ;-)
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Date of stay: July 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jon wrote a review Apr 2012
Greenwich, United Kingdom18,874 contributions1,228 helpful vote
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Located next to a Moscow Metro station (Avtozavodskaya) with just  1 stop to/from the aeroexpress train station and 3 stops to/from Teatral Naya (Red Square/Kremlin/Lenin's Mausoleum/St Basil's Cathedral/GUM shopping mall).

Myself and a friend stayed in a 'Standard' room 1106 (twin) for four nights. 

Pros:
Located adjacent to Moscow Metro station.
Clean and well maintained premises. 
Friendly, helpful staff (some speak English).
Security guard on entrance makes you feel safe.
Six lifts to all floors. 
Twin room. Key-card room entry. Two 2-door storage cabinets with 6 shelves, hanging rail with hangers, clothes brush, shoe horn, shoe shine. Philips flatscreen TV with digital clock (includes Russia Today, BBC World News, EuroNews, CNBC), minibar on floor (contents chargeable), writing desk with 2 shelves, lamp, telephone, writing chair, 2 glasses, wall-mounted clock, twin bedside tables with lamps, twin beds (soft and comfortable mattress), soft white duvet with large shared wooden head board. En suite bathroom with walk-in shower, sheet & bath towels, tissues, towel rail, sink, shaver socket & hair dryer, mirror. Ceiling mounted spotlights.  Net inner curtains.  View from room overlooks main road below and downtown Moscow in the distance. Soundproof double glazing. 
Good self-service choice of hot and cold food and drinks at breakfast - served in the quirky 2nd Floor restaurant (7-10am every day). 
Lobby Bar open 24 hours. 
Free WiFi throughout hotel. I got the strongest signal in the Lobby, which gave excellent Skype call quality on my iPhone.
ATM machine next to entrance. 
Check out time is 12pm (noon). 

Cons:
I've stayed in larger twin rooms, but it is a capital city after all. 
No tea/coffee making facilities (I brought my own tea/coffee, minimilks, sugar - kettle is available in 'Superior' rooms). No iron/ironing board. No electronic safe, but safety deposit box (chargeable) available at Reception. No blackout curtains.

Tips:
Free weekly English-language Moscow newspapers (The Moscow Times and the Moscow News) available next to Reception. 
There are a small number of souvenirs available for purchase by Reception. 
Ask Reception to print you the Russian & English Moscow Metro layouts. There's no official tourist board in Moscow, so take a guide book (I used Lonely Planet Moscow) with you. 
There's a small off-licence, a small supermarket and a Burger King down the road - turn left out of hotel onto roadside pavement and walk for 5 minutes. 
Leave your suitcases with Reception on checkout if you're travelling later in the day.
You can buy aeroexpress train tickets from the hotel's Business Centre on floor 4. There are also Internet PC's.
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Date of stay: April 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Chronicles of a Sardarni wrote a review Jul 2018
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India95 contributions103 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I am a little late in writing the review but I didn't want to miss it..
I have no idea how did I but I am glad I got to know of this place and booked it for a stay with my mother..
1)the staff including the security guard were all so nice-i am an Indian and we smile and greet at everything so I understand the exceptions but I accknowledge this!! The security guard was old ,cute and helpful:)there was this one lady at the reception (sorry I forgot her name) who spoke impeccable English and was super helpful!!
2) the rooms were a lil small but were cozy and had everything,perfect places to crash after a long day..always clean surprisingly (thanks housekeeping:))
3)the breakfast was completely filling,had decent options and had us full till mid day..PS-i am a vegetarian and was visiting with my mother who is a non vegetarian
4)the place actually is right above the metro station and no is not noisy because of that..
5) the bus stop is also right outside the hotel,we used buses and trams alot(thanks to the location of the hotel )and explored the city
6)These guys were prompt in responding to my queries through email and chat support before the booking
7)the money exchange,local market,bakeries everything is right there below the hotel.
Thank you guys,you might be one of the reasons I will visit back soon:)
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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caran275 wrote a review Oct 2014
Brisbane, Australia212 contributions143 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Three and a half stars - the booking agency billed it as four stars and maybe it was according to Russian standards. There were certainly times I pondered the standard - a minor consideration overall.
The hotel is in the “suburbs” – 3 or 4 metro stops to Moscow’s centre, less than 10 minutes on the train and only 40 rubles (about $1.15 Aus.) The metro is inexpensive as one can travel all day on all lines for 40 rubles as long as you don’t exit the system at any point.
Compared to prices I’d seen for city centre hotels the Maxima Panorama was good value.
The room was good , fairly spacious–nothing to complain about – I love rooms with a view and this one gave 180 degree views over the surrounding suburbs, very convenient watching the people going to work and deciding what to wear and take for the day – cold, rain, etc. The bed was very comfortable; the Wi-Fi was free (included in the package I bought). It was reliable too. There was a large colour TV, small refrigerator, an electric jug and tea/coffee making supplies, phone, etc. etc. an ensuite with supplies. The room was clean.
Check-in went smoothly. Checkout is noon and I decided to extend for another 3 hours ($18Aus) – well worth the money. When I paid the account for the extended time, I was asked did I have free Wi-Fi or paid. This confused me somewhat and they charged me for 3 hours paid which, of course, I objected to and they deleted it without much fuss. I still have no idea what this was all about but if you book here be aware of this.
The surrounds of the hotel are much like other suburban areas I visited. I gauged from people I saw the area was fairly middle-class. It was surrounded by eateries and if I could translate the Russian I’d review a couple. Some were okay and others I wouldn’t recommend. Still, that’s travel and there is a mix of experiences.
Breakfast was included in my package. One lady in the breakfast room spoke excellent English. The others there had a smidgin more English than I had of Russian. We managed. The “hot” foods were barely tepid and after the first tasting decided I could manage without the chicken, potato, etc. for breakfast. There was plenty to eat – cereals, yoghurt, fruit, cold cuts and salad, bread, pastries, tea, coffee, juices, etc., not to the standard of other hotels where I have stayed but definitely ample for one to leave not feeling hungry. Besides, I went to Russia wanting to experience Russia and here I did compared to if I had opted for a well-known “brand” in central Moscow and I have no regrets.
The shopping next door was excellent. Anyone looking for shoes would have been in shoppers’ paradise. Personally, I found a hairdresser and a haberdashery store and spent money there to my total satisfaction.
Whether it would have been a good idea for me to learn a little Russian before I came I still debate – probably not. Would I have understood their language any more than they at times understood English? If you come here and are not satisfied you have been understood, it pays to rephrase the question or ask to speak to someone else.
I had booked a taxi, the chap who brought me there from the boat. He was such a careful driver I’d decided to engage his services again. Reception told me I could use the phone in the room and I would have IF I could speak Russian satisfactorily. They booked the taxi. I told the time to two staff, which airport I was going to and wrote the time hoping it would clarify matters – 3.30pm the next day. About 4am the following day, I received a phone call from reception advising me my cab was waiting to take me to the airport. Fortunately, the chap came back mid-afternoon and was exceptionally gracious about the mix-up. Moscow peak hour traffic is a story in itself- horrific is a conservative descriptor. I felt totally safe with this taxi driver and arrived at the airport with some time to spare. How he managed that is a modern miracle. If I returned to Moscow, I would book him again. The hotel has arrangements with a company to take clients to the airport for 2100 rubles.
Would I stay again? Possibly. The hiccups along the way were just things to sort when travelling in a foreign country - nothing substantial in the big scheme of things, just a bit annoying at the time. The hotel did represent good value for money. Definitely three and a half stars.
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Date of stay: September 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Responded 23 Nov 2014
Dear Guest! Thank you for your feedback! We're glad to hear that at you are satisfied with the service in Maxima Panorama Hotel. We appreciate all comments of our guests. Be sure we'll pay attention to our staff's English communicating skills. Hope to see you again in our hotels!
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anna z wrote a review Nov 2011
Athens, Greece56 contributions78 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I was under the impression that all hotels in Moscow are either very expensive or really bad, or far away from the center. Maxima Panorama is mostly a buisiness Hotel, within the range of affortable going to expensive but there is a metro station outside the hotel(only 3 stops to the center).The hotel was clean and had basic safety precautions(you need the room key to access the floors) and a guard at the entrance (that never pays attention).The reception staff excluding the ones that were on duty when we arrived November 5th barely spoke english and were rude in a way snobbish and not helpful at all(and how could they be?they couldn't understand us!) unexeptable in my opinion the lack of English language knowledge.The room was small small small.The walls made it easy to have friends since you could literally hear everything that happened next door.The replacement of toilet paper would seem like a luxury...I had to ask twice (2 different days) in order to have toilet paper.The 3rd day we came to find that the radiator didn't work(imagine in Moscow with -3C) they sent to us the floor manager(kind lady by the way-no english speaking of course) who after informing the reception (in russian) gave us the phone in order for the reception clerk to explain what happened.The reception clerk told us that the radiator was now on but it would take a little time to heat up and if we wanted an electric one until then, i declined the electric one but the floor manager insisted(really hard to bring me one)and inspite my refusals she did.It was a good thing she did because the radiator didn't work at all until we left.I think she knew it was broken that is why she insisted.But i take the reception clerk as responsible for lying to us not telling us the truth, seriously November in Moscow without heat what was she thinking???????????The breakfast included had a variety of options nothing special but for tastes(i personally enjoyed it).The staff in the breakfast area-especially a woman in charge-was thought to be extremely rude and bossy, but after a few days getting to know her, she just knew few words in English and only used them in every occasion ,even if sometimes she sounded like giving orders, she was ok just the language barrier again!The Restaurant was an experience by itself!Don't go there if you take things seriously.It was loud loud music and people having fun and dancing and singing,unbelievable interior(same room with the breakfast) stuffed animals,animals heads on the walls,painted walls,fake plants,green lights,heavy fabrics(curtains) they even had shisha!!!Only one waiter could hardly take an english order,the food was ok(russian cuisine but also some unexplainable dishes like banana beef) and the price ok too, if you could see it as a cultural experience then it is ok.
The ground bar,said that didn't serve alcohol but they served beer!!!The prices for coffee and beer were ok the service made you think that it was a self service bar,basic english were spoken.
If i could avoid going back there..i would definetely.
But to my regret and small Moscow experience...it is difficult to find something cheap and decent.
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Date of stay: November 2011
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Rebecca K wrote a review Jan 2016
Sydney, Australia7 contributions4 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I don't usually leave reviews for bad hotels, but there were such exceedingly poor facilities and service here that I had to write a review. Note that I've become accustomed to the usually rude or casually cold service in Russia overall so it should not have been surprising, but it was!

We tried to order room service and it turns out the menu labelled "Room Service" on the front (which also listed a 'Delivery Cost' on the last page) is not, in fact, the room service menu. The guest book also indicated that for room service, "The menu is located in your room." Completely misleading. The staff even seemed to be annoyed by us for trying to order from it or use it as a reference.

We were brought a totally different menu and were expected to choose our new order on the spot. The man who brought the menu tried to rush us in ordering, actually pointing at his watch and saying "tick tock"!

The shower also does not make sense - there is no ledge to stop water from leaking out all over the bathroom and after most showers the floor was drenched.

The bathroom stank of cigarette smoke even though it is meant to be a completely non-smoking hotel. The only good thing I can say about this hotel is that it was cleaned as asked, but even afterwards the smell seemed to be coming from the drainage pipes which was disturbing.

There was also poor soundproofing in the room. You could hear very clearly the footsteps of people upstairs, and people who came back late at night/early in the morning outside our door.

Definitely would not recommend this hotel to anyone or stay again. Save yourself some heartache and find somewhere else, even if it costs a little extra.
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Date of stay: December 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Just don't stay here.
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Julian L wrote a review Feb 2013
Cairns, Australia77 contributions69 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Arriving well before check in time (5.30am) reception were very helpful, although there were no available rooms at this time, they allowed us to store our bags, use a safety deposit box and have breakfast while we waited. Reception staff all spoke English very well.

Although -9C outside it was very warm inside the hotel, and the room was well heated. The room had everything we expected for a hotel within this price range, tea and coffee, TV, shower and toilet. And the hotel is immaculately clean.

There is a metro station right outside the hotel and is located 3 stops to the city centre, Red Square, St Basil's and the Kremlin.

I would definitely stay here again.....a lovely stay and a great start to our holiday.
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Date of stay: February 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Buy a 10 metro ticket, this can be swiped twice if you are travelling with someone else
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plakmt wrote a review Nov 2012
Long Grove, Illinois61 contributions69 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Overall a very nice place to stay. Front desk personnel were very helpful and spoke perfect English. With the Metro located just out the front walkway providing an easy three-stop connection to Red Square there was no need to pay more for a hotel closer to the downtown area. The rooms were very clean and spacious enough for the three of us with the fold out sofa-bed. The all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet on the 2nd floor was terrific, although a bit unusual decor serving also as the evening nightclub. Visiting Moscow again I would not even consider staying anywhere else.
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Date of stay: November 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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christophe13 wrote a review Apr 2012
UK33 contributions60 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
After searching for hours for a hotel in Moscow trying to find a good location without paying a small fortune i plumped for Maxima Panorama and it in hindsight I don't think I could have picked better!
Firstly, the location of the hotel is excellent; it is situated directly above the Metro stop Avtozavodskaya (take the left street exit when you exit the Metro) which is just one stop away from the circular line. The metro stop for the hotel is ideal for all the major tourist attractions.
Secondly, the price considering the location and the average price for hotels in Moscow was incredible; added to this was the excellent free breakfast (it more than made up for the crazy room where it was being served - stuffed heads on the wall, blaring techno from the TV at 8am and the glittery curtain that hid what must be used as a dancefloor at night).
Thirdly, the rooms themseleves were very spacious, spotlessly clean and I had a quiet night's sleep for both nights I spent there.
FInally, the hotel staff were excellent; the receptionist spoke impeccable English and there was a 24 hour security guard in the lobby as well as each floor being accessible only with the swipe of your room card. Although I did feel safe in the area, as it was first time in Moscow it was good to have that added peace of mind.
The only downside that I can report is that the aircon wasn't working (this was not a problem as it was March so if I did get too hot I just opened the window for a few minutes, I think the cooling element of the minibar had broken too but I got round this by wedging the window open with a beer which soon got cold :)
If you are looking for a hotel in Moscow and are not prepared to pay the unreasonable amounts proffered by most hotels in Moscow I suggest you definitely book the Maxima Panorama and save yourself any more searching.
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Date of stay: March 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Answer from Andrew E
White Bear Lake, Minnesota688 contributions250 helpful votes
Sorry for the initial response which was entirely a typo! As a very standard mid-range hotel there is not a concierge; the front desk staff are very nice and helpful with directions, etc., but I found they could not help me with buying a ticket for a pro hockey game nearby. I found that the great majority of attractions in Moscow do have an entrance fee (although typically quite moderate). I did book a half day tour through a company called Real Russia and then spent the next few days following up and spending time at the museums, etc. that we saw from the outside.
Answer from mvp019aa
Charlotte, North Carolina46 contributions13 helpful votes
Plus they are common in the city, and open most weekdays. Good idea to bring some rubles with you so you have some when you arrive, then avoid the airport (of course) and look for the signs - this hotel is 2-3 metro stops to the City Center, with the station literally outside the hotel door, and there are places around there.
Moscow, Russia11 contributions
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Answer from Evgeniy E
St. Petersburg, Russia30 contributions23 helpful votes
Не знаю, где они обустроены отелем, но работники офисов, расположенных в этом здании, да и постояльцы тоже, курят у входа справа.
Mallika C wrote a tip Sept 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates46 contributions20 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Quiet floors, easy to commute to red square, next to metro station"
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Vic44 wrote a tip Sept 2018
Israel6 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms at higher floors seem to be more silent"
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Andrew E wrote a tip Nov 2017
White Bear Lake, Minnesota688 contributions250 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"High floors offer good views of city"
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Luba_Uram wrote a tip Jul 2017
Milan, Italy117 contributions15 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Higher floors are better, noise from street it less - means 10th floor and higher"
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The_Albanian_Review wrote a tip Sept 2016
Portsmouth, United Kingdom195 contributions102 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"My room seemed good on the 11th floor."
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LOCATION
RussiaCentral RussiaMoscow3rd Transport Ring (TTK) / District Southern (YuAO) / Danilovskiy
NUMBER OF ROOMS
123
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Frequently Asked Questions about Maksima Panorama Otel'
What are some of the property amenities at Maksima Panorama Otel'?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
Does Maksima Panorama Otel' have airport transportation?
Yes, Maksima Panorama Otel' offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
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Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Maksima Panorama Otel'?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Russian.
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Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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