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Boyarsky Hall

The historical Boyarsky Hall is located on the 3rd floor. The interior is styled after boyar chambers of the 16th century: arched ceilings, half-columns, walls decorated with weaving murals of the Garden of Eden. The murals were made in the early 20th century by the artists S. Chekhonin, P. Kuznetsov and A. Matveev. Lost in the Soviet times, the murals were recovered during the hotel restoration in the late 20th century. Now the guests can once again enjoy the works by the prominent Russian artists.
The vivid red color used in the decorations, along with the wooden furniture and the luxurious cut-glass chandelier, add solemnity to the hall. Another item of interest in the Boyarsky Hall is a huge stuffed brown bear, a symbol of the fashion long gone. The Boyarsky Hall is the best venue in Moscow to hold a classical Russian feast or a wedding banquet.

Hall area – 167 m2

Capacity:
  • Banquet seating: up to 100 persons
  • Buffet: up to 100 persons

  • View Boyarsky Hall’s panorama