Moscow Government Plans to Sell 13 Hotels as Early as Next Year
Moscow’s city government plans to sell the company that owns its controlling stakes in 13 hotels as early as next year, Deputy Mayor Andrey Sharonov said.
Properties held by United Hotel Co., including the Renaissance Moskva, Rossiya and Savoy, have a total of 222,000 square meters of space, Sharonov told reporters in Moscow today.
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