Over the last ten years, leisure time spent in the Moscow Region has become very popular, especially when the hotel is by water or in other beautiful natural locations In general, these hotels are designed for people looking for middle level comfort and service, who don’t need more; for those who do, some disappointment is possible. Yahonty Hotels have three hotels in the Region; Noginsk, Avantel Istra and Tarussa. All three are located in areas of outstanding natural beauty and offer sports, swimming and other outdoor activities.
The Yahonty Noginsk Hotel is on the shore of Lake Kovershi, 49 kilometres east of the MKAD. The natural lake, the mixed forest and clean air are the hotel’s assets. The hotel has 306 rooms of different types, including apartments and town houses. It offers separate swimming facilities for adults and children, and for the latter, water slides and a fountain. For those of a combatant turn of mind, there are paintball and laser tag, and for culture, museums exist nearby.
The second of our hotels is the Yahonty Avantel Istra, situated 55 kilometres to the west of Moscow, on the shore of the Istrinskoye reservoir. The building is modern and has its own 15-hectare territory of mixed forest. The hotel is smaller than Noginsk with 137 rooms of varying types. It has an indoor swimming pool for adults and for children the pool also has slides and a fountain. The special feature of the hotel is its proximity to the New Jerusalem Monastery. It is also worth mentioning that the hotel has a beach and out of summer, an all-weather walking and jogging track.
Further away and 120 kilometres south of Moscow, in the Kaluga Region, is the Yahonty Tarussa Hotel. It is rated 4 stars and received excellent reviews. The hotel rooms are of varying types to suit individual guest requirements. The restaurant is noted for its open buffet or smorgasbord, served four times a day. The beach on the lake has sun loungers and shades and for the less warm days, a heated open-air pool. Tarussa is important for Russian culture and history and close by is the museum of Marshal Zhukov, the Vysotskiy and Vladimirsky monasteries and further away the Saint-Pafnutyev monastery in Borovsk, finally the house-museum of Marina Tsvetayevs.