About the hotel

Housed inside a legendary “book house,” Page 20 apartment hotel is located in Moscow’s Arbat District. This L-shaped, resembling an open folio, 26-story apartment tower was built in 1968 and is one of the finest examples of postmodernist architecture in Moscow. It underwent a gut renovation in 2018 to create an engaging and playful space to work and rest while preserving its historical sense of place.

The book building at night the book lobby interior with a dog


Page 20 sits on the magnificent New Arbat Street. Go downstairs, wander along this shopping and eating artery, or take a brisk walk to the nearby theaters and museums. In less than 20 minutes, you are at the Kremlin, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, or “Red October” Art Cluster. Head down to Park Zayadye (you can nap on lush lawns year-round) or to Moscow City – both options are under a 15 minutes commute. Stay put and gaze at the city from a bird’s eye view.

Imagine a cozy nest in the city, a place to camp, refocus, rest, and recharge. Start your day early with a daily exercise or yoga practice, jump on a video call or meet in-person, relax, spend quality time with your kids and family, and get work done – these apartments were made for you.


Whether you are traveling solo, in a big group, with a family, or with small pets, we welcome all guests. We offer six lodging types, from small studio apartments (25 sq. m) to spacious two-bedroom apartments (65 sq. m). All apartments feature overstocked kitchens and big wall to wall windows that open to sweeping city views.


Our team drew inspiration from the Western mid-century modernism style with its clean lines and sophisticated voice. In the 1960s, this style found its way to Soviet research institutes designing durable, minimalist pieces of furniture, which became an essential part of Russia’s design heritage. With its modernist design, the apartments look the part – like the mid-century interior of your design-magazine dreams.

Each apartment at Page 20 is unique. Nothing is overdone, and you can expect well-curated vintage furnishings, light fixtures, and decorative elements.


Page 20 places equal importance on reducing its environmental impact and on sustainable business operations. Our environmental measures include:

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using environmentally-friendly cleaning products in sustainable packaging

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cutting down on the use of plastic

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recycling and waste reduction

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cutting down on fossil fuels by procuring from local vendors and producers