Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow
Hotel Ukraina (Radisson Collection Hotel, Moscow) is one the famous seven buildings in Moscow that are known as “Stalinist skyscrapers” or “Seven Sisters”. Hotel Ukraina that opened on May 25, 1957 was recognized as the largest hotel in Europe. For many years it was dubbed as “Moscow home” for guests from all around the globe. On April 28, 2010, a modern hotel Radisson Royal, Moscow was opened in the legendary building after renovation. In 2019 Hotel Ukraina joined the premium brand Radisson Collection - Radisson Collection, Moscow.
The Radisson Collection preserves the Russia’s largest private collection of Soviet-era paintings. The collection comprises more than 1200 works by famous russian socialist-realist artists created in the 50s of the last century that adorn the hotel's lobby, rooms and public areas of the hotel.