This artificially lit event room is located on the first floor of the hotel and is connected to Turgenev Hall by a folding door. Chekhov Hall is a very beautiful space with two stained-glass windows, stucco-molding and unusual painting on the ceiling based on the themes of the Venetian carnival created by the early 20th century painter Ignaty Nivinsky. On the walls, there are photos devoted to the great Russian writer Anton Chekhov.
Venue size – 65.1 square meters.
The Vrubel hall can be divided into 2 areas.
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This hall's balcony overlooks the Metropol Restaurant.
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