Metropol was one of the first and most famous hotels in Russia, opened in 1905 in Moscow by the owner of Russia's first private opera, Savva Mamontov, as a theater with a hotel. Mamontov attracted to the project architect William Walcott, artists Mikhail Vrubel, Nikolai Andreev and many others. In the center of Moscow, opposite the Bolshoi Theatre, there’s the Palace of Arts - with a grandiose, three-thousand-seat opera house, art galleries, a grand hotel and a first-class restaurant. On the facade of Metropolis you can see a dozen of colored panels of different sizes.
Metropol Hotel has been a partner of RUDN University since 2018. There is cooperation in the sphere of professional training and employment of students. RUDN and Metropol hold joint events on-site of RUDN.
Areas of cooperation:
- Holding master classes and practical training sessions for students;
- Organization of training practices and internships in the hotel services;
- Carrying out of Job fairs and selection of personnel from among graduates for employment.