HISTORY OF OUR HOTEL
The uniqueness of the Bentley Hotel lies in the perfect combination of convenient location, quality service, affordable price and a rich historical heritage.
Our cozy boutique hotel is situated in a historical 200 year-old building in the heart of Moscow, on Pokrovka, one of the oldest streets of the city, within walking distance of most of the sights of the Russian capital. Staying here is like touching a story of Napoleonic times.
Built in the 1750’s and after being almost destroyed during the tragic fire in Moscow in 1812, in 1819 the building was ordered to be rebuilt according to the “Urban Project” approved by Empress Catherine II at the end of the 18th century. For a long time the merchant of the first guild Alexei Mazurin, who was a Moscow mayor in 1828-1831, owned the building. In his time here was a "guest house".
After the Revolution in 1917 the building was used as a hotel for government officials. In later Soviet times, the building housed a famous gourmet shop and was the headquarters of the local area “housing office”.
With the completely renovation and opening of the Bentley Hotel in 2008, we carefully preserve the 200-year traditions of hospitality of the old mansion on Pokrovka. Our staff will make your rest or business trips as comfortable and homely as possible.