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Pushkin Hotel is located in the heart of the capital in a quiet Nastasinsky Lane, some windows overlook Tverskaya Street. Nastasyinsky Lane has only 200 meters. It was one of the four lanes in the Old Vorotniki. Perhaps it was named Nastasinsky after the wife of Prince Volkonskiy, who had here a large estate in the 1730s. Sometimes the lane has been called Knyazh-Nastasevskiy and Medvejiy.
Pushkin Hotel is located in the historic mansion, which was built in 1883 - 1891 years.

М. П. Станиславская In the 1880s. there lived a ballerina M.P. Stanislavsky, who danced central parties of the ballet repertoire in the Bolshoi Theater. She has stared in "Swan Lake," "Faust," "The Little Humpbacked Horse", "Esmeralda".

According to contemporaries, Maria Petrovna has first translated into the language of dance deep human feelings - "true dramatic actress, which needed no words.

"Since 1888 Maria Petrovna left the scene to pursue exclusively teaching. Among her students were famous V.A. Corals and E.N. Gogoleva, who has taken ballerinas' private lessons. According to her words, Gogoleva was "forever grateful to Maria Petrovna Stanislav. Self-discipline and stamina - that's what her lessons raised in me. "
On the second floor there was situated a cozy little theater named after V. F. Komissarzhevskaya (established on the basis of the studio), directed by her half-brother, an architect by profession, Fyodor Komissarzhevsky, who raised the banner of theatrical "romanticism" in the pre-revolutionary Moscow.

Workshop of Komicsarzhevskij has been preparing versatile actors, who owned skill of stage movement and vocal besides acting. In 1914 on the base of theatre-studio grew Theater of Komissarzhevskaya, whose repertoire included "A Nasty Story" by Dostoevsky (1915).
In this theater on February 25, 1917 was held the debut of actor A.P. Ktorov. Here he has received a theatrical education and worked until 1920.

The lecturer Illarion Pevzov has played prominent role in the training Ktorov's acting skills. He suggested Ktorov make "Diary of a Madman" by Gogol and made a long work with the actor, supporting his desire to create a new form and dipper picture of roles. In his youth Ktorov stuttered, and during the transition to the second year of education in the studio, it was decided to reduce him, but Pevtsov has defended the student, proving that the stuttering of a young actor was not organic and that it would pass. In 1917 Anatoly Ktorov made his debut in the role of batman in the play "The Recklessness And Happiness" on the stage of theater V. Komissarjevskaya.
I.V. Ilinski has recalled about the theater in his book "About myself" - there he began a glorious artistic biography. Here he made his first appearance on the 21 of February in 1918 with the role of an old man in Aristophanes' comedy Lizistrata.

After that Ilinskiy performed at many scenes in Moscow - in the operetta, in cabaret "Die Fledermaus", in the first studio MXT. In a musical film of Grigory Alexandrov's "Volga-Volga" actor has created a vivid and memorable image of a bureaucrat Byvalova. In the comedy of Eldar Ryazanov's "Carnival Night", which was published in 1956 - the actor played the role of Ogurtsov - a bureaucrat of a different time. One of the best works of the outstanding actor was characteristically heroic role of Kutuzov in the great comedy film "Hussar Ballad" staged by E. Ryazanov in 1962.
Among the actors there was also Mikhail Zharov, Soviet actor, theatre and film producer.

He got famous due to Nikolai Ekka’s drama “Start in Life”, the historical biography of Vladimir Petrov “Peter I”, historical film of Ivan Pravov& Olga Preobrazhenskaya “StepanRazin”, the comedy of IsidorAnnensky “A man in a case”, historical film of Sergei Eizenstein “Ivan the Terrible”, musical film of Vladimir Nemolyaev “Lucky voyage”, Alexander Feinzimmer’s comic detective “Aniskin and Fantomas”.
In the 1920s. here lived Russian, Soviet landscape painter P.I. Petrovichev.

He obtained his first professional skills in the Rostov museum of church antiquities, where he restored icons (1888-1891). On the advice of V. Vereshchagin Petrovichev entered the painting department of the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1892), where he was being studied by I.I. Levitan (1898), and since 1900. by AM Vastness. Under the influence of these artists he became a master of lyrical landscape.

Artworks of P.I. Petrovichev are on permanent display at the Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, Kiev Museum of Russian Art, Rostov Art Museum, the Art Gallery Prima, as well as in many major regional museums and private collections.
On 1927 the Theater of young workers was opened nearby. It was later renamed to Lenkom Theater. From that moment a lot of different artists, troups and theater guests often stayed in the mansion.
On September 5-th of 2013 the 3-star Pushkin Hotel opened its doors for the guests of The Capital. Beautiful face, classic design, 61 comfortable rooms, onsite restaurant of gourmet Russian and European cuisine. All this made Pushkin Hotel one of the most attractive hotels in Tverskoy disctrict of Moscow.

On September 5-th of 2018 Pushkin Hotel celebrated 5-year anniversary. 
A lot of great things have happened during 5 years.

Pushkin Hotel:

- moved from a 3 star to a 4 star hotel; 
- made more that 120,000 guests from more than 100 countries; 
- held more than 1200 banquets; 
- improved security system to the highest international requirements; 
- launch new web-site, facebook and instagram accouts; 
- expanded payment methods by connecting to almost all international and local payment systems.

We are confident that our guests will be satisfied with Pushkin Hotel level of service and hospitality.