Hotel “Leningradskaya” was located in one of the Stalin’s Seven Sisters (seven similar high-rise buildings built in the 1950s). Today there is a five star hotel there. It has less rooms, the design has changed as well. Bathroom equipment, furniture and household appliances are all new. However the hotel has preserved the best from “Leningradskaya”: the decor, splendour, grandiosity. Many guests of the city stay there just to see its bronze grids, chandeliers, ceilings and furniture made from precious wood.
Today the hotel has 273 rooms. Each room has an individual air conditioner, climate control, satellite TV, an electric lock with a key card, a mini-bar, a coffee machine, a safe where a laptop can be stored, iron, a hair dryer, a gown and slippers.
After the reconstruction that finished in 2009 it opened as a Hilton hotel (as a part of the company Hilton Worldwide).
The sign says “Hilton. Hotel Leningradskaya”.
The interior is inspired by the ancient Russian architecture, including temple architecture.
The hotel was being built in 1949-53.
According to the idea of the designers the architecture of the hotel had to resemble the architecture of the XVIII century.
The interior of the hotel contrasts with the exterior.
For this splendour the architects were deprived of the Stalin Prize and punished.
Nikita Kruchev ordered to remove the original fretwork from its ceilings and paitings from the rooms.