The hotel is famous for its personalized service, distinctive atmosphere and, mostly, for exclusive design by a Canadian architect Raphael Shafir.
Photo taken from official website
Moscow's first boutique hotel is simply brimming with juicy modern design elements. The hotel's 7-storey historical building of late XIX century contains 92 rooms: standard, superior, deluxe and suite. Rooms are luxuriously decorated with natural wood, marble and stone. Elegant furniture and fantastic lights add to the feeling of comfort.
Lobby in Golden Apple Boutique Hotel Moscow
In his project Shafir successfully combined minimalism and avantgarde. Huge gold-coated apple in the hotel lobby is a favorite place for picture sessions. Don't miss the opportunity to sit in the big golden apple in the foyer — and yes the inside is sheepskin.
Bar in Golden Apple Boutique Hotel Moscow
The apple here is not for the teacher, but for the guest! Each floor is dominated by a particular colour-scheme and all of them are quiet dramatic. Funky paper lamp shades, chic umbrellas, pebbled bathroom floors and other uber-modern fittings make this place a rocking place to stay! But don't worry about sensory overload, the Golden Apple is in a rather quiet location.