The Savva Morozov Hall is located on the first floor of the hotel. At the entrance, a registration point may be arranged. The venue is artificially lit. The hall was named after the famous art patron of the early 20th century and can be used for banquets, meetings and press conferences. The venue’s ceiling is decorated in the style of a Russian izba (peasant's cottage) and features two original metal chandeliers of Russian make dating back to the early 20th century. The hall was called the "Russian private room" for good reason in the early 20th century. It is adorned with two gilded candelabra. From the balcony, a magnificent view of the Metropol Restaurant unfolds. In the past 15 years, a great number of press conferences for government delegations from many countries were held here, specifically from France, Canada, Japan; Pierre Cardin, Montserrat Caballe, Annie Girardot and other celebrities spoke with journalists here.
Venue size – 121.6 square meters.
The Vrubel hall can be divided into 2 areas.
A ground floor space with vaulted ceilings.
Moderately-sized space on the ground floor.
A large, two-storied hall on the ground floor.
Historical interiors for large events.
A luxurious hall in the English Modern style.
A square hall with stucco ceiling moldings. Connected to the Red Hall and the Metropol Restaurant.
A large hall with a view on the Bolshoi and the Maly Theatres.
A room for small events with a view on the Metropol Restaurant.
A hall with two balconies dedicated to the writer Ivan Bunin.
This hall's balcony overlooks the Metropol Restaurant.
It is decorated with stained-glass windows, a stucco-molding and a wall-painting. Connected to Turgenev Hall.
A room with stained-glass windows and stucco moldings. Connected to Chekhov hall.
A small hall with stained-glass window dedicated to the great writer Leo Tolstoy.
Interiors in the boyar style to acquaint oneself with Russian cuisine.