This unique Moscow conference and event venue is located on the ground floor of the hotel, between the Metropol Restaurant and the Red Hall. It is connected to both of them through three folding doors. The venue is artificially lit. Enormous wall mirrors visually broaden the extended hall. The ceiling is noteworthy for its unique stucco–molding. Here, buffet luncheons and meetings are held. The Mirror Hall may be also used as a place to register participants in events held in the Red Hall and the Metropol Restaurant.
Venue size – 128 square meters.
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