Dubbed the ‘Maybach Suite 1886’, the project aims to “raise the bar for luxury accommodation,” Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow’s General Manager Stanislave Kondov said.
The Maybach Suite has an entrance hall, living room, bedroom, big bathroom and dressing room. The decorative elements of the suite complement its luxurious feel, with walnut veneer adding to the mood of opulence. With the furniture, the focus is on functionality and a sense of minimalism. There is also a number of reflective surfaces to visually enlarge the space.
The Maybach Suite comes equipped with a home theatre and three audio zones throughout. “This means that guests can connect their mobile devices wirelessly to enjoy their favourite music as they relax,” he explained.
“There are plenty of ways to watch TV in the suite. Top-quality German BURG&GLASS TV sets feature in the bedroom, the living room and even in front of the Jacuzzi.”
Using two smart consoles, guests can choose one of four lighting options: welcoming, gallery, cocktail and party. The suite is enhanced by branded accessories including posters, albums, car models, projections of logos and the unique Maybach bar that recreates the silhouette and dimensions of a car.
“The Maybach Suite 1886 is the realisation of a dream put together by two legendary brands to create a new luxury built on both tradition and innovation. I’m sure that this masterpiece of comfort will develop a new trend in the art of hospitality. We absolutely can’t wait to welcome guests to this wonderful and unique suite,” Kondov said.
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