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The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is offering gourmet food and beverage, lavish decor and refined service to soccer’s most elite fans. The Tsarsky Lounge, which Elite Traveler calls the “highest possible standard of soccer hospitality,” will be available in each of the 11 host cities throughout the country. Access to the lounge begins at $4,000 and climbs to $2.8 million for the “route to the final” package; take a look inside below.
The private suites can accommodate anywhere between eight and 21 people and are located above the halfway line.
Elite Traveler also identified the closest private jet terminals for you to fly in and out of, which in addition to Moscow includes St. Petersburg, Kazan, Sochi and Samara, among others. The premiere hotels you should stay in when you arrive include the Ritz Carlton Moscow, the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe and the Rodina Grand Hotel.Read the full story at Elite Traveler