There are no hotels at Moscow Vnukovo Airport. Eight kilometers southwest of the airport lies the Imperial Park Hotel & Spa (Tel. +7(0)495 428 58 28). Business hotels can of course be found in Moscow's center, including Holiday Inn Lesnaya (Tel. +7(0)495 783 6500), the Metropol Hotel (Tel. +7(0)495 723 5246), Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya (Tel. +7(0)495 627 5550), Baltschug Kempinski Hotel (Tel. +7(0)495 287 2000) and Marriott Grand Hotel (Tel. +7(0)495 937 0000). For more hotels and to book online, you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels, at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
There's a fair number of restaurants, cafés, (snack) bars and shops, but for such a large airport the range is somewhat disappointing.
There are lockers as well as a counter to deposit your baggage near the baggage claim area in the international Terminal B. You pay 50 rubles per day (or part of it), 100 rubles for large suitcases. You can inquire about lost objects with the airport security.
You'll find several information desks in the different terminals for inquiries about Moscow Vnukovo Airport, flight schedules and airport services. Information by telephone via +7(0)495 937 5555.
In the international Terminal B there's a VIP lounge which offers a fax, a photocopier and computers with internet access. Travelers not flying First or Business Class pay an entrance fee of 720 rubles. Moscow Vnukovo Airport also has a separate VIP Hall (Tel. +7(0)495 436 8018) which is also used by heads of state and other dignitaries.
Moscow Vnukovo Airport has excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators and toilets, low-hanging telephones and facilities for the hearing-impaired. For assistance you can call +7(0)495 436 8329.
You'll find banks, exchange offices and ATM's scattered around the terminals. There's a First Aid station near the baggage claim area. The airport also has a fully equipped medical clinic (Tel. +7(0)495 436 8329), for medical interventions.