The rooms at the Katerina City are really small (between 130 and 160 sq ft), which is a pity because there can be no complaints about the level of comfort and service. To start with, the minibar-refrigerator contains complimentary crisps, peanuts, soft drinks, Russian beer, bottles of still and sparkling water and two bars of chocolate, and if you have brought your laptop, you can make free use of the Wi-Fi Internet connection. The rooms are decorated Swedish-style, with a fitted carpet and pastel yellow walls adorned with two paintings. All rooms have a flat screen satellite television broadcasting 25 channels, as well as individual air-conditioning, a telephone, a desk and a very cosy bed with a top-quality mattress, duvet and pillow to help you sleep like a log. However, there is no safe, but these are available at reception. The bathrooms are also minute and contain a shower with a flexible shower head, shower gel, a toilet, slippers, tissues, a heated towel rail, and even the bottle-opener for the minibar, whilst the hair-dryer can be found in the bedroom. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Some of the medium-sized rooms are more spacious (194 to 270 sq ft) and also have a sofa, with 80% of the rooms overlooking the Moscow River. Last but certainly not least, there are 10 suites measuring 538 sq ft, with an open kitchen, an ingenious television system that can be turned to face the bed or lounge area, and a jacuzzi. All the suites have a fine view over the Moscow River.