This space is located on the ground floor of the hotel, it is connected to the Mirror Hall and further with the Metropol Restaurant. The hall is lit artificially. The name of the venue comes from the colour of the walls. The luxurious chandelier, antique lighting fixtures, and three stained-glass windows make an unforgettable impression. The ceiling is decorated in the English Modern style. The hall is multifunctional and can host a splendid ball, a press conference, or buffet luncheons. In 1950, a famous banquet was held here by Mao Tse-tung in honor of the signing of the Soviet-Chinese Treaty of Friendship. The main guest at the banquet was Joseph Stalin. In the last 15 years, many important conferences, presentations and banquets have been held in this prime event venue in Moscow.
Venue size – 186 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 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.
Decorated in the spirit of Russian eclecticism, this hall is perfect for a press conference.
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.