The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya

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Nikol’skaya Street 12, Moscow, 109012, Russian Federation   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (7)(495) 967 7776  

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The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya

St. Regis is proud to announce the debut of The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya, redefining elegance in a landmark restoration.
The name Nikolskaya comes from the monastery of St Nicholas Old, built in 1390 on Vladimir Road, on the site where Nikolskaya Street runs today. The name was first recorded in 1547. 

Until the end of the 15th century, when Red Square was built, the street led directly to the Nicholas Gates of the Kremlin, then later, directly into Red Square. In the 17th century, Nikolskaya Street contained houses for nobles and was one of the few in Moscow paved with wood. The names Bolshoi Cherkassky and Maly Cherkassky, which today border the hotel building, recalls a court of Cherkassky dukes - the largest residence in the times of Peter the Great.

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Nikolskaya Street was historically not only one of the main business routes of Moscow, but also "the heart of Orthodox spirit, literary wisdom and academic scholarship." Nikolskaya Street is where most bookshops resided in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. According to archives, 26 of 31 of then existing city bookshops were on Nikolskaya Street.

Every building on the street tells its own story, and one of them is of a gorgeous house opening onto the street from Lubyanka Square - its own history starting in the 1870s.
This is the building at Nikolskaya Street 12. In the first half of the 18th century, there were mansions at this address, but they were demolished in 1869. 
In 1877-79, architect Robert Gedike built houses for Count Alexei Orlov-Davydov, Master of Ceremonies for the court and deputy of IV State Duma.

The Count lived in St Petersburg, and rented the premises of his Moscow apartment building. One of the tenants was the famous Sytin, who opened a bookstore in the house. Another tenant was Roman R. Koeller (1838-1907) of perfumery fame.
Heir to the Orlov family, Alexei left for France in 1917, ending his days at the Russian House in Sainte-Genevieve-des-Bois.

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I'm a 100+ night plat. I've stayed at 20+ St. Regis properties. These guys really stand out. Butler service is super super responsive on WhatsApp. They are always friendly and helpful. I've never gotten a 'no' from them, despite my crazy requests. To be honest, I think they set the Global standard here. At least across the 20+ StRs I've been to. For example, in my last trip, I had an unexpected tack-on trip that came up to a warm destination. (But had only cold-weather clothing.) My butler (Dahria?) went way above and beyond. She spend 5+ hours shopping for me, sending me pictures on WhatsApp the whole time. I just thumbs-upped or down the items, and she grabbed them for me. I didn't have to step foot out of the hotel to be prepared for a warm-weather trip. Rooms are all nice and well-appointed. Also, it's worth noting that the internet is fast and always works. (Not the case in many SPG properties, sadly.) Platinum recognition is strong. Same with gluten-free recognition. My only knitpicks are with bell staff (which can be hit or miss) as well as the one restaraunt on property. It's great for breakfast, but could have a stronger menu for lunch and dinner.

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