"Ok for business travelers, poor for vacationers"
The hotel is on the other side of Fili Park, about 15 min walk from Bagrationovskaya metro station. They do have a shuttle once an hour which I used several times - it takes you to Fili metro station, trip about 5-10 min. The driver told me I can actually call the reception and ask for the shuttle to pick me up, but I haven't seen anyone actually do that (nor did I). The doormen were either unhelpful or simply ignoring me (if they don't open the door why are they there to begin with?) Let me note that if you are driving, they have a lot of both street and private parking.
The hotel lobby interior is quite pleasant, airspace engineering theme, with plants and couches everywhere. The rooms are barely average. Clean, business like, but no character and nothing beyong what's required for the star rating. The WiFi is often not working, but that may be related to my room location - in the lobby it is better. Wither way, don't count on a strong signal.
The breakfast buffet was reasonably good by Russian standards, with good salads, fruits, veggies and yogurt selection. The eggs we under cooked though (how hard is it to keep them boiled for 5 min??) Perhaps, the worst part was the bar with hugely overpriced drinks, loud music, etc.
Overall, it's a good hotel for the price. If you are in Moscow for business for a few days, and know what you are doing - a solid option. If you are on vacation and money is less of an issue, some other place would be better.
Michael from Boston, MA