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Contemporary Peruvian Cocktails in The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

Situated minutes from Red Square Moscow, the stunning The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is steeped in tradition, offering guests an extraordinary five-star accommodation in one of Russia’s most significant cities.  Guests will enjoy royal treatment within the gilded hallways and 334 large guest suites, surrounded by décor that harkens back to 19th century Imperial Russia.

Atop this landmark hotel guests will discover a modern and contemporary cocktail lounge.  The O2 Lounge presents breathtaking views of Moscow and the nearby Kremlin.  However, it’s the view inside the space that most often garners the attention of lounge patrons.  O2 features striking raw material design, utilizing natural sheepskins and cowhides, partnered with warm American walnut and blue agate.  Warm light is cast down from an intricate brass light fixture, creating an intimate glow as day turns to night.  The result is a mesmerizing and distinctively South American atmosphere.

Enjoying a central placement is the O2’s innovative cocktail lounge.  Guests are invited to sample a wide variety of unique beverages and cocktails, partnered in perfect harmony with the lounge’s exquisite menu of fresh seafood, Russian caviar, and Peruvian cuisine.  All of the senses are entertained, as some of Moscow’s best DJ’s deliver a unique and unforgettable soundtrack every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening.

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The O2 Lounge atop the fabulous The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow is famous for its world-class Peruvian cuisine, which means guests will have no trouble identifying the O2 Lounge’s signature drink: the Pisco Sour.  A staple of South American cocktail culture, O2 Lounge’s skilled mixologists carefully crafted this beverage to accompany the incredible selection at O2’s innovative raw bar.  The raw bar is personally overseen by Chef Florent Courriol, O2’s Michelin-star winning chef, and features the finest Russian caviars, fresh Mediterranean seafood, and exquisite oysters.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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